Anti-Oppression and Transformative Praxis: Sharing Classroom Strategies, Considering Curriculum Innovation Anti-Oppression and Transformative Praxis: Sharing Classroom Strategies, Considering Curriculum Innovation
Conference Day 1, Thursday – January 28th, 3:30-5:00pm
Standish Room, Science Library Bldg., 3rd floor
Conference Keynote Presenters: Come hear and welcome SUNY Oneonta Colleagues and “Diversity Workers” who will kindly share their experience, insights and facilitate dialogue on curriculum transformation!
Kathleen O’Mara, Ph.D., “Sexuality Matters, and is Not a Unitary Category”
Betty Wambui, Ph.D., “Marginal Communities, Knowledges and Sustainabilities”
Conference Day 2, Friday – January 29th, 10:00am – 1:30pm
Standish Room, Science Library Bldg, 3rd floor
Poster Session featuring UA Faculty: Anti-Oppression and Transformative Praxis: Sharing Classroom Strategies, Considering Curriculum Innovation
Come Learn and Share with Faculty Working Toward Diversity Transformation in Our Pedagogy!
UA Faculty from School of Education, Educational & Counseling Psychology, Educational Theory and Practice, Departments of Africana Studies, Economics, Mathematics and Statistics, Music and Theater, Philosophy, Political Science, Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies, and The University Libraries
Please RSVP by January 26, 2016 if attending Day 2, January 29th from 12-1:30pm dialogue and lunch portion. Thank you.
Deborah LaFond, University Libraries, firstname.lastname@example.org
Billie Franchini, ITLAL, email@example.com