Keynote Addresses

SPRING 2016


Khalil Saucier, Rhode Island College, March 31, 2016

Necessary Black: Cape Verdean Culture and Identity Issues

 

Leigh Patel, Boston University, March 29, 2016

Decolonizing Educational Research


FALL 2015


Donaldo Macedo, UMass Boston

The Hegemony of English Language.

 

Lilia Bartolomé, UMass Boston, November 13, 2016

Ideological Clarity as a Condition for Humane Pedagogy

 

Vajra Watson, University of California-Davis, November 14, 2016

The Pedagogy of Our Lives: Teaching Tools for Social Resistance within and beyond the Walls of Schools


SUMMER 2015


Henry Giroux, McMaster University, April 24, 2014

Youth in Authoritarian Times: Challenging Neoliberalism's Politics of Disposability


SPRING 2015


Gloria Ladson-Billings, University of Wisconsin-Madison, April 10, 2015

Hip Hop/Hip Hope. The (R)evolution of Culturally Relevant Pedagogy

 

Thomas Popkewitz, University of Wisconsin-Madison, April 9, 2015

The Impracticality of Practical Research: OECD’S Pisa and Teacher Education

 

Alphonso Lingis

Passion & Educational Leadership

 


 FALL 2014


Bernadette Baker, University of Wisconsin-Madison, November 10, 2014

Braining the Mind or ‘Purely Spiritual Causation’? A Historico-Philosophical Analysis of Child Mind as a Scientific Object in the Trans-Atlantic North.

 

Pauline Lipman, University of Illinois at Chicago

Austerity Politics, Coercive Neoliberal Urbanism, and the Challenge of Counter-Hegemonic Education Movements

 

Wayne Au, University of Washington- Bothell

The Racist Impulse of Corporate Education Reform: Neoliberal Multiculturalism and the Privatization of Public Schools


SUMMER 2014


Lilia Bartolomé, UMass Boston June 12, 2015

Critical Language Policy: Implications for Educator Preparation and Action

 


SPRING 2014


Susan Searls Giroux
On the Role of Intellectuals in the Post-Civil Rights University: Some DuBoisian Reflections

Henry Giroux
Where is the Outrage? Defending Higher Education in the Age of Casino Capitalism

Colloquium Series
UMass Dartmouth
April 24, 2014


Richard Quantz
Rethinking Education Reform: Ritual and Nonrationality in Schooling

Colloquium Series
UMass Dartmouth
April 25, 2014


FALL 2013


Stanley Aronowitz
Education in a Jobless Economy

Colloquium Series
UMass Dartmouth
October 4, 2013


Lois Weiner
Understanding the Global Assault on Teaching and the Role of Teachers' Unions in Saving Public Education

Colloquium Series
UMass Dartmouth
October 18, 2013


Angela Valenzuela
Research, Advocacy, and Community in Public Policy Struggles in Education

Colloquium Series
UMass Dartmouth
November 22, 2013


SPRING 2013


Antonia Darder
Critical Transformative Leadership for Community Engagement and Empowerment

Colloquium Series
UMass Dartmouth
April 12, 2013


Vanessa Andreotti
Questions of Representation, Inequality, Relevance and Solidarity in Curriculum Theorizing

Colloquium Series
UMass Dartmouth
May 10, 2013


Fall 2012


Deborah Meier
Critical Transformative Leadership and Policy

Graduate Students Conference
UMass Dartmouth
November 16, 2012


Kenneth Saltman
Critical Transformative Leadership and Policy

Graduate Students Conference
UMass Dartmouth
November 17, 2012


Noam Chomsky
Special Lecture: On The State, Democracy, and Public Education

Colloquium Series Seminar
UMass Dartmouth
December 4, 2012


Spring 2012


Kenneth Zeichner
Two Visions of Teaching and Teacher Education for the Twenty-first Century

Colloquium II, educational leadership and policy studies EdD and PhD program
UMass Dartmouth
May 1, 2012


Kenneth Saltman
The Failure of Corporate School Reform: Towards a New Common School Movement

Colloquium Series Seminar
UMass Dartmouth
May 21, 2012


Fall 2011


Victor Borges
Understanding and Interrupting the Think Tanks.  Towards a Transformative Leadership in Africa.

Colloquium Series Seminar
UMass Dartmouth
October 4, 2011


Gary Anderson
Turn Around Leaders: Towards Authentic School Reform

Colloquium I, educational leadership and policy studies EdD and PhD program
UMass Dartmouth
October 14, 2011


David Hursh
Explaining Obama: The Continuation of Free Market Policies in Education and the Economy  

Colloquium Series Seminar
UMass Dartmouth
November 14, 2011


 

 

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