[lg policy] Pre-Registration Announcement-Ethics and Politics of Research with Immigrant Populations Conference

Kendall King kendall at UMN.EDU
Wed Mar 3 22:57:47 UTC 2010


PRE-REGISTRATION ANNOUNCEMENT

THE ETHICS AND POLITICS OF RESEARCH WITH IMMIGRANT POPULATIONS

UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA PRESIDENT'S INTERDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE 2010

Friday and Saturday, June 4-5, 2010
Publishing Workshop Saturday, June 5

Hubert H. Humphrey Center
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

What are the epistemological and ethical considerations in research  
with immigrant populations? Join university and community colleagues  
and students from a variety of disciplines and interests to discuss  
these issues.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS OPEN UNTIL APRIL 5, 2010
Pre-registration for students is $25 and $50 for non-students
Pre-registration forms are available at www.cehd.umn.edu/Immigrant-Research

Space is limited. We strongly encourage early registration.

After April 5 or onsite registration is $50 for students and $75 for  
non-students.
For more information, please contact Sarah Hansen, conference  
assistant, hanse230 at umn.edu

CONFERENCE CHAIRS
Bic Ngo, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, University of  
Minnesota

Martha Bigelow, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, University  
of Minnesota

Stacey J. Lee, Department of Educational Policy Studies, University of  
Wisconsin, Madison

PLENARISTS
Dina Birman, Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Illinois- 
Chicago, PI, School-based Mental Health interventions for refugees  
(National Institute for Mental Health)

Jorge A. Bustamante, Professor of Sociology, University of Notre Dame,  
UN Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of Migrants

Nancy H. Hornberger, Professor of Education, University of  
Pennsylvania, Editor of Anthropology and Education Quarterly

Awad Ibrahim, Professor of Education, University of Ottawa, Canada, Co- 
editor of Global Linguistic Flows: Hip-Hop Cultures, Youth Identities  
and the Politics of Language (2009)

Kevin Kumashiro, Professor of Educational Policy Studies, University  
of Illinois-Chicago, Author of Against Common Sense: Teaching and  
Learning Toward Social Justice, revised edition (2009)

**THIS EVENT HAS BEEN DESIGNATED BY THE OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT  
FOR RESEARCH TO SATISFY THE AWARENESS/DISCUSSION COMPONENT OF THE  
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA’S RESPONSIBLE CONDUCT OF RESEARCH (RCR)  
CONTINUING EDUCATION REQUIREMENT.


For more information about the conference please visit: www.cehd.umn.edu/Immigrant-Research

Primary Sponsor: President’s Interdisciplinary Conference Initiative

Co-sponsors at the University of Minnesota: College of Education and  
Human Development; Asian American Studies Program; Center for Advanced  
Research on Language Acquisition; Center for Urban and Regional  
Affairs; Center for Writing; Children, Youth and Family Consortium;  
China Center; Department of Anthropology; Department of French &  
Italian; Department of Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies; Department  
of German, Scandinavian & Dutch; Department of Spanish and Portuguese  
Studies; Immigration History Research Center; Institute for Advanced  
Study; Program in Linguistics; Program in Second Language Studies  
(CLA); The Office for Public Engagement
Plus: Minnesota Department of Education, Refugee School Impact Grant


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