Double Helix: A Journal of Critical Thinking and Writing invites the submissions of academic notes. Up to 2,500 words, notes may include preliminary results of a study, responses to recent content in DH, commentary on a current issue, or other brief insight related to critical thinking and writing.
TEACHING SHAKESPEARE IN AND BEYOND THE CLASSROOM
February 23rd and 24th, 2018
University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL
This conference invites papers that address teaching Shakespeare to non-English majors, whether those non-majors are students or member of local communities. We encourage papers from both academic and non-academic settings, including papers that consider dominant teaching philosophies and praxes currently in use in the university classroom and presentations considering various outreach programs. Papers may address any of the following:
World Literature Forum: The Ethics of World Literature
NeMLA/ Pittsburgh, PA/ April 12-15, 2018
Deadline: September 30, 2017
The World Literature Working Group of NeMLA invites submissions to participate in a roundtable discussion at next year's NeMLA convention, where the keynote speaker at this conference will be Rob Nixon, author of Slow Violence: The Environmentalism of the Poor.
Excellence, Innovation and Ingenuity in Honors Education (2018)
Call for chapter proposals (contracted book).
With apologies, but so as not to miss anyone who might have an interest:
Tthere remain some places for chapter writers with wonderful ideas on the above topic
The book will highlight how honors education can contribute positively to communities, businesses, our pool of knowledge, individual and social aspiration, creativity and invention and, indeed, much more!
Proposals (c. 200 words) can be sent to me at email@example.com
Deadline: Monday, October 2 2017.
ACLA Seminar: Teaching Race in the 21st Century: Anti-Racist Pedagogies in Literary, Media, and Performance Studies
ACLA Annual Meeting (March 29-April 1, 2018)
University of California, Los Angeles, CA
CALL FOR CHAPTER PROPOSALS
Extending the Ground of Public Confidence:
Teaching Civil Liberties in K-16 Social Studies Education
Book Editors: Dr. Janie Hubbard and Dr. Jason Harshman
A volume in Information Age Publishing’s Teaching and Learning Social Studies
Series Editor: Dr. William B. Russell III
Children’s / Young Adult Literature and Culture Area
Southwest Popular / American Culture Association (SWPACA)
39th Annual Conference, February 7-10, 2018
Hyatt Regency Hotel & Conference Center
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Proposal submission deadline: October 22, 2017
All proposals must be submitted through the conference’s database at http://conference.southwestpca.org/
In our “post-truth” landscape, fake news and “alternative facts” abound. It can even be difficult getting students to agree on the standards for what qualifies as accurate, verifiable information. However, teaching students to evaluate sources and construct fact-based arguments is both more challenging and more essential than ever before. This is doubly important in the writing classroom where students are still finding their voices and honing their rhetorical and analytical skills. This panel welcomes papers that address this topic from a range of theoretical and/or empirical perspectives.
Possible topics include but are not limited to:
--successful methods for teaching students to discern opinion-based writing
Call for Paper
TELTSA: Technology Enhanced Learning: Theories, Systems, and Applications Special Track
Chairs and Coordinators:
Rawad Hammad, Senior Education Solutions Analyst, IT Solutions, King's College London, UK
Dr. Kamran Munir, Senior Lecturer – Information Science and Big Data, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK