Month: April 2018

Teachers College’s Anthropology and Education conference submission deadline is April 15th!

Teachers College’s Anthropology program is hosting the Third Conference on Anthropology and Education on October 26th and 27th. They are currently accepting submissions until the April 15th deadline! This year’s theme is centered on “The Work of Education” with a focus on the exploration of the human condition through the consideration of how education is done beyond the school and in diverse contexts. Check out Teachers College’s Anthropology of Education site for more details on the conference theme and submission requirements.

CMLL co-founders Ofelia Garcia and Jo Anne Kleifgen will be signing books at AERA!

If you are attending the American Educational Research Association (AERA) this year, please join authors and co-founders of the Center for Multiple Languages and Literacies Ofelia Garcia and Jo Anne Kleifgen at their book signing event in support of their bestseller Educating Emergent Bilinguals: Policies, Programs, and Practices for English (2nd edition). The book will be 50% off while supplies last!

Ofelia Garcia (CUNY Graduate Center) and Jo Anne Kleifgen (Teachers College, Columbia University) are distinguished scholars in the field of urban and bilingual education and their seminal publication is essential for all educators, policymakers and researchers. This work offers readers a comprehensive account of language minority students and descriptions of alternative practices and pedagogies to support them. Please see the flyer for more information about the updated second edition and other details.

Date: April 14th, 2018
Time: 4:00 pm
Location: AERA Book Signing Booth #1800

MASCLab and the Visual Research Center present the Visual Research for Social Change graduate student conference

Join us for this exciting event set up by the Media and Social Change Lab @ TC (MASCLab) and the Visual Research Center (VRC). Please see the description and poster below on behalf of the conference organizers.

MASCLab is collaborating with the Visual Research Center to organize the first ever “Visual Research for Social Change” graduate student conference, which will showcase innovative research from students, artists and practitioners across disciplines and institutions. The conference will take place on April 18 (after AERA) in the Smith Learning Theater at Teachers College, and is free to attend. See schedule for info on the awesome presentations we have in store, and join us on April 18!

Date: April 18, 2018
Time: 8:30 am – 7:30 pm
Location: Smith Learning Theater (Russell Hall 4th Floor)

Teachers College, Columbia University
525 W 120th Street
New York, NY 10027