Critical Race Studies in Education Association: Call for Proposals
When: Mon, Oct 22 2018 12:00am - Sat, Dec 01 2018 5:00pm
CRSEA Conference Guiding Questions for 2019 (May 30-31):
"1. What ways does/has the claim of CRiT walking without intersectionality impact(ed) students in K -12 spaces? With this question, the committee is excited about a critical race analysis of the K – 12 curricula, and connections to hooks’ (1999) phrase “white supremacist capitalist patriarchy” and the neoliberal K – 12 agenda and who benefits and/or does not benefit from this agenda.
"2. In what ways can claiming intersectional CRiT walking enlighten the policies and practices informing the lived experiences of students and persons with diverse abilities?
"3. What ways are researchers, community activists and practitioners engaging in pedagogies that employ a critical intersectional approach to teaching, learning, research and organizing?
"4. In connection to the theme, what does claiming intersectional CRiT walking look, sound, feel and smell like in multiple spaces: K-12, higher education and the community, as a few examples of space and place?
"5. What philosophies, beliefs, customs, traditions, and visions for the future are central to the criticality of an intersectional analysis of the lived realities of marginalized peoples?
"The CRSEA invites proposals of no more than 500 words directly connected to the call and conference foci. We strongly encourage interactive presentations/creative proposals that identify, uncover, challenge and resist examples of systemic racism/white supremacy in the pursuit of social justice within and surrounding educational, political and community environments.
"Please note that due to limited presentation slots, we cannot accept proposals for formats such as panels or symposia. In addition, we will not review submissions from authors whose names appear on more than two (2) research proposals as sole or lead/first-author (if second author or beyond for any proposal and do not plan to present with primary author, then this does not count toward two proposal maximum). We ask that each paper is only submitted to one topic strand. CRSEA will not request for you to submit a full paper prior to the conference, though we hope that your proposal submission will eventually become a publication."