CA-NAME 2019 Conference Proposal Form
"Teaching in the face of immigration, incarceration, and borders: Ethnic Studies Resistance" February 2, 2019 Lincoln High School, San Diego, CA. SUBMIT PROPOSAL FORM HERE BY 11:59 PST, DECEMBER 16, 2018.

TEACHING IN THE FACE OF IMMIGRATION, INCARCERATION, AND BORDERS:
ETHNIC STUDIES RESISTANCE

The California Chapter of the National Association for Multicultural Education (CA-NAME) invites students, teachers, community members, artists and university faculty to submit proposals that address this year’s conference theme, “Teaching in the face of immigration, incarceration, and borders: Ethnic Studies Resistance.” Our conference theme is a response to the current political and actual intensification of surveillance, disciplining, and rigid categorization of minoritized groups in the borderlands. Our theme also recognizes that California is at the forefront of an ethnic studies movement to resist and reinterpret the disciplining ideologies and violence directed at disappearing minoritized communities through the implementation of ethnic studies K-12.

We invite proposals that share how ethnic studies, decolonial, and critical multicultural education projects refuse unjust and inequitable narratives. We encourage proposals that foster dialogue, share research, best practices (in teaching, curriculum, and organizing), and collaboration.

For any questions, please contact:
CA.Name.Conference@gmail.com or visit www.CaliforniaNAME.org

Please fill out all sections of this form in order for your proposal to be considered.

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WORKSHOPS. Workshops are participatory in nature, with at least 30 minutes designated for an interactive activity that includes the audience. All workshops should include at least some inquiry-based, participatory, and/or interactive components.  Duration: 60-75 minutes. PANELS. Panels are composed of 2 to 4 speakers who address one of the conference themes. Panels should be dialogical in nature, drawing participants into critical discussions on pressing issues. Panels can be research-oriented, composed of a group presenting on research around a common issue or theme, or they can be action-oriented, composed of a group sharing experiences as educators, parents, or community organizers. Duration: 60-75 minutes. PAPERS. Paper presentations are typically working manuscripts and on-going research. Individual papers will be organized by theme, with 3 – 4 papers per session. Paper presentations should explicitly address one of the conference themes; these may be grounded in tradition and non-traditional forms of research and narrative. Duration: 10 minutes per paper presentation, 60-75 minutes. POSTERS. Poster presentations should explicitly address one of the conference themes. Posters may include reflection and synthesis of pedagogical practices, on-going research, or any education-related project that explicitly addresses any of the conference themes. Posters will be organized around themes and will be presented during a poster session within the conference. Duration: 60-75 minutes.
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Include a 500 – 1000 word summary that includes: a) How the presentations addresses one or more of the conference themes. b) A description of the workshop, panel, paper, or poster that describes: 1) the content of your presentation; 2) why is it significant; 3) how you plan to engage your audience.
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