INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CRITICAL EDUCATION, 12-16 July 2011, Athens, Greece

Organized by the journals:

JOURNAL OF CRITICAL POLICY EDUCATIONAL STUDIES (UK)
CULTURAL LOGIC (USA/CANADA)
KRITIKI (GREECE)
RADICAL NOTES (INDIA)

The venue of the Conference will be the city of Athens and possibly the surrounding areas.

Conference and Local Organizing Committee Coordinators:
Dave Hill, (Middlesex University, UK)
Peter McLaren, (UCLA, USA)
Kostas Skordoulis, (University of Athens, Greece)

Keynote Speakers:
To be announced, to include Dave Hill, (Middlesex University, UK), Peter McLaren, (UCLA, USA), Ravi Kumar (Jamia Milia Islamia University, Delhi, India). There will also be keynote speakers from Greece. Key women Marxist writers are being invited as Plenary speakers.

Important Dates

Participants should submit an abstract of 300 words by: 15 December 2010.
Notification of acceptance of paper presentation by: 15 January 2011.
Full papers should be submitted by: 30 May 2011.

The papers will be peer reviewed and published in the Conference Proceedings.

Selected papers will be published in Special Issues of JCEPS, Cultural Logic and KRITIKI.

Presentations
There will be 6 plenary presentations (two per day), each plenary session lasting one hour. Other papers will have 30 minutes (inclusive of the paper presentation plus discussion)

Conference Fee

The Conference fee is 300 Euros. (approx $380, or £245). The fee covers participation in the conference, the book of abstracts, coffee/tea/refreshments during conference breaks and participation in the conference dinner in a traditional taverna.

Participation of unemployed, and of colleagues from the third world is free/ no fees.

Further Information about the Invited speakers will be announced in the second circular. As will the contact address and registration details for the conference. Though in the meantime it would be interesting to see who might intend to offer papers… send me a provisional (non-binding) indication of interest if you like? (dave.hill35@btopenworld.com and dave6@mdx.ac.uk ) (It’s not mandatory to let me know in advance… … paper abstracts can be submitted until 15 Dec 2010.

Many thanks

Dave Hill, Kostas Skordoulis and Peter McLaren

Comments

  1. how can i register to participate in tis conference pls send basic information via e-mail. thanks

  2. Elsa Fourie says:

    Could you please forward the themes for papers at the conference?

    Thank you

  3. I am interested to attend and submit abstract for this conference with the title:
    ” Education towards Saving the Displaced. and Victims of Arm Conflict in Developing Country.” I will be participating together with my co-author. Can both of us avail of the free registration?

    Thanks

  4. Please contact Prof Dave Hill at his email addresses to know more about participating in the conference:

    dave.hill35@btopenworld.com
    dave6@mdx.ac.uk

  5. Please send information about the themes of the conference, registration and paper submission via e-mail. Thanks!

  6. Mere Kepa says:

    Tena koe Professor Hill,
    My colleagues, Dr Linit? Manu’atu and Mele Tautakitaki, School of Education, AUT University are considering submitting an Abstract for consideration for the Conference.
    As indigenous and migrants in Aotearoa, New Zealand, our shared interest lies in indigenous and migrants conceptions and practices of educating our own people in our own institutions. We are likely to develop our presentation in conjunction with Professor David Hough from Japan.

    Kia ora ra
    Mere

  7. Sonja Kuzich says:

    Hello Peter,
    Is it too late to submit an abstract? I just came across this conference today (12 Jan 2011!).
    Many thanks
    Sonja Kuzich

  8. Asgedet Stefanos says:

    I just happen to see your site today. Piease send me information. I would like to participate in this conference for 2013.

    Thanks,

    Asgedet Stefanos
    Associate Professor
    University of Massachusetts

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