5th Triennial IAACS Conference – Knowledge Mobilization Bursary for Graduate Students

Apply Now! Bursary Proposals Deadline is May 15, 2015.

The Canadian Society for the Study of Education, the largest educational research association in Canada, has generously sponsored our IAACS conference with a knowledge mobilization grant. Consequently, the conference chairs are seeking 25 International graduate students who will share their lived experiences during the conference with others via social media outlets such as but not limited to: Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube TV. Continue reading

2015 CSSE Annual Conference – Keynote Plenary Session

Keynote Plenary Session of the 2015 Annual Conference of CSSE will be held on May 31st from 4:30–5:45 pm at the University of Ottawa.

Félix Cárdenas Aguilar
Honorable Vice Minister of Decolonization, Bolivia

Decolonizing Education from Indigenous Perspectives: Constructing a Multidimensional Justice
In this talk, Honorable Aguilar will share with Canadian educators and researchers some perspectives concerning decolonization and ‘de-­‐patriarchalization’ as processes of social transformation toward a more just and harmonious society. For full details, please view the English / French poster, also visit CSSE Conference (http://www.csse-scee.ca/conference/).

[Updated] 5th IAACS Triennial Conference – Introducing Keynotes

Don’t miss keynote presentations from Vanessa de Oliviera Andreotti, William Doll, Dwayne Donald, Lesley Le Grange, Elizabeth Macedo, Janet L. Miller, William Pinar, Eero Ropo, Paul Tarc, Hongyu Wang, Reta Ugena Whitlock, and Zhang Hua at the 5th Triennial Conference of IAACS hosted at the University of Ottawa on May 26-29, 2015. Click here to learn more. The conference theme is: What are the tasks of the curriculum scholars for the 21st century? Register now in English (EN) and Français (FR)!

Oral History Education Free 2-Day Workshop Invitation

Oral History and Education: Theories, Dilemmas, and Practices
May 24-25, 2015, University of Ottawa

Oral history, life narratives, and storytelling as it relates to education. Join over twenty international experts – prominent oral historians, curriculum theorists, museum curators, teacher educators, and teachers in this field – to foster, exchange, and generate new ideas about what it means to use oral history to engage the past with students. Continue reading

[CFP Book] The Arts as White Property: Interrogating Racism within Arts in Education

This book mobilizes the conceptual tools of Critical Race Theory to examine how whiteness and white supremacy manifest, and are legitimated, through discourses, visual representations, and practices of the arts in education. This work explores wide-ranging questions about the arts as white property while maintaining a focus on the ways in which white identity and the racial frames of whiteness take hold and contribute to inequality.
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5th IAACS Triennial Conference – Looking for Hotel Accommodations?

May is a busy month in the city of Ottawa. With Ottawa race weekend scheduled for May 23-24, an international security conference in town May 27-28, and Congress, Canada’s annual conference of humanities and social sciences beginning on May 30, the city will be abuzz with energy and excitement. Given all of the activity in the city, we cannot stress enough the importance of booking hotels early in order to ensure that accommodations are secured at the best rate possible.

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