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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF CURRICULUM STUDIES

Tenth Annual Meeting

Curriculum and Emancipatory Modes of Relationality & Global Interdependence

Tuesday, April 5- Friday, April 8, 2011 Bourbon Orleans Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana

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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF CURRICULUM STUDIES

Welcome to the Tenth Annual Meeting Tuesday, April 5- Friday, April 8, 2011 Bourbon Orleans Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana

Curriculum and Emancipatory Modes of Relationality & Global Interdependence

Our 2011 conference theme asks how our individual and group efforts interconnect with those of others locally and globally to question and/or perpetuate assumptions about the possibilities and limits of educational theory and practice. As an association affiliated with the International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies, we seek questions about how scholarship within the American Association interacts with ongoing developments trans-nationally and, more specifically, how those interactions recognize and support the ongoing sophistication of our discourse. Recent curriculum studies scholarship has once again challenged the efficacy of enlightenment as an assumption of educational studies. Challenges to the emancipatory potential of a "pedagogical stance" demand that we examine how the field of curriculum studies works with, through, and around these critiques to address critical issues, questions and crises of our cultural and historic moment. The 2009 and 2010 meetings of AAACS focused productively on similar questions through an imperative to address the "cultural and environmental commons." We raised a number of questions about how we work as a field of curriculum studies and how that field interacts with the "less tangible commons" constituted in part by public education, nonprofit institutions, creative works and public knowledge that are paid for by public funds. We further ask in this annual meeting: If critiquing the Enlightenment ideal of individual agency, choice, and emancipation shifts our attention to dynamic and complex modes of relationality--human, ecological, and international--what does it mean for re-envisioning curriculum, pedagogy, and teaching? If questioning the dominant tide of globalization leads to a nuanced focus on the intricate patterns of global interdependence that is both nurturing and improvisionally creative, is it possible that the relational dynamics of the individual, the local, and the global become mutually liberating? What possibilities can such a shift to modes of relationality and global interdependence open up in our curriculum work? This year we also consider the meta-conversation that questions the efficacy of the pedagogical stance: simply informing people of the issues and their implications does not necessarily lead to change, whether in the realm of social justice, ecological sustainability, common school practices, or transnational embodiment in the classroom. What does lead to change? Or, does asking that question already contain within itself its own inability to encourage learning, and/or other forms of growth, change, emancipation, communication, and the continual celebration, stewardship, and reverence for the commons? This is at the heart of the academic enterprise, fraught with confusions and far-reaching implications. While presentations, performances, or installations that speak directly and clearly to this theme are desirable, we also recognize that the spirit of the theme points toward a broadly conceived and complicated conversation, not fettered by any assumptions--conscious or unconscious--embedded in the foregoing words. Any proposed contribution to the complicated conversation that creates meaningful curriculum study is welcomed and encouraged.

AAACS would like to thank Dean Laura Lindsey of the College of Education, Louisiana State University, for her generous support in sponsoring the opening reception of the conference. Thanks also to the Curriculum Theory Project at Louisiana State University, particularly Petra Munro Hendry and Roland Mitchell, co-directors of the project, for their assistance in organizing the conference at the local level. AAACS is also grateful to the Louisiana State University Curriculum Theory Graduate Student Collaborative for arranging local activities and assisting with registration; we specifically would like to thank June Neumann Graham, Karin de Gravelle, Kristen Edwards, and Reagan Mitchell.

Tuesday, April 5 Presidential Address ­ Orleans Ballroom, 7:00 pm More than a Double Bind? The Problematic Pedagogical Stance and the Need for AAACS to Take a Stand

Peter Appelbaum, President AAACS Arcadia University Please join us at the Presidential Reception following the Presidential Address, in the Pool Courtyard, Sponsored by Dean Laura Lindsey of the College of Education, Louisiana State University ************************************************************************

St. Joseph Symposium: "(Im)Possibilities of alternative representation of reality, memory, and research in the crisis of representation" Who "Are" I?: Visual Narrative on the Subjectivity-in-the-Making Seungho Moon, Teachers College Columbia University Examination Chris Strople, Chapman University Writing within the Ashes Heather J. Pinedo-Burns, Teachers College Columbia University St. Ann Cottage Salon 1 Symposium: "Demonstrating the Conceptual, Theoretical, and Analytic Usefulness of Post-structuralist Multiple Literacies Theory Perspectives: Innovative Approaches to Education Research ­ Deterritorializing Citizenship, Literacies, and Curriculum Diana Mansy and Monica Waterhouse, University of Ottawa Writing with Multiple Literacies: Three Authors' Struggle for Identity Denise Egea-Kuehne, Louisianna State University Body without Organs: Deleuze, Critical Race Theory, and the Politics of Becoming Awad Ibrahim, University of Ottawa ICT, Second Language Teacher Education and Becoming: A Rhizoanalysis Francis Bangou, University of Ottawa Imaging Inciting Research: Curriculum, Social Networking, and the Public Good Nicholas Ng-A-Fook, University of Ottawa Gender, ESL, and Becoming Douglas Fleming, University of Ottawa St. Ann Cottage Salon 2 Situated Visceral Inquiry Celeste Snowber, Simon Fraser University and Gene Diaz, Lesley University Re/Casting Curriculum: Evaluating a Course in Mindfulness Practice Nancy Brooks, Ball State University and Sharon Solloway, Bloomsburg University Using "Performance MyStory" to Unpack Cultural Assumptions about Teaching Julie Marie Frye and Kylea Asher, Indiana University ************************************************************************

Wednesday, April 6

7:45 ­ 8:30 am LSU Curriculum Theory Graduate Collaborative Sponsored Coffee at The Old Coffee Pot RSVP [email protected]

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Regular Session 1: 8:30-9:30 am Orleans Ballroom Panel Discussion: Applying Ted Aoki's Concept of 'Situated Praxis': Curriculum Development in an Age of Instrumental Instruction Melanie Bird, Erin Scott, Alyssa M. Aysenne, Courtney Thibodeaux, all of Nicholls State University St. Mary Salon 1 Panel Discussion: Aesthetic Play as a "Force of the Possible": Giving Expression to Relationality and Global Interdependence Margaret Macintyre Latta, Le Kang, Olha Ketsman, Bonodji Nako, Jessica Rivera and Philip Ross, all of University of Nebraska ­ Lincoln St. Mary Salon 2 Panel Discussion: Curriculum, Teacher Practice, and Standards Based Education Debra Root, Robin Redmon Wright, Audrey Dentith, University of Texas San Antonio

April 6, Session 2: 9:35-10:35 Orleans Ballroom A Portrait of Adolescence/Juvenile Delinquency: What Picture do the Brushstrokes Paint? How is Texture Constructed? Marianne Fry, Louisiana State University Using Digital Communication Applications in Online Learning Environment Jill Lambeth, University of Central Oklahoma Exploring the "Pedagogical Shift" in Response to the Construction of Slowmation (stop motion animation) Projects in K-7 Classrooms and Teacher Education Vetta Vratulis, Saginaw Valley State University Finding Hope in the Margins: Can we Learn Anything from Claireece Precious Jones?" Joelyn K. Foy, Kansas State University St. Mary Salon 1 Critical Theory and Pedagogy in Education Globalization Yiwen Bi, Texas A&M University Cool as the Other Side of the Pillow: The Multiple Realities of Student Engagement for Black Students Kyle Boone, Louisiana State University Challenges in Tackling Quality Enhancement Issues in Education through Standardized Testing Miriam Orkodashvili, Tbilisi State University Critical Pedagogy for Rural Iowa: The Use of Critical Race Theory as a Vehicle to Build a Theoretical Framework toward a Suitable Transformative Practice Ryan R. Kelly, Arkansas State University St. Mary Salon 2 What does Ghandi Mean for Curriculum Theory? Erik Malewski, Perdue University Remaking the Heroic ­ Beginning with Me, Beginning with Children: On Imagining Peace, And Pedagogies of and for Peace Molly Quinn. Teachers College Columbia University In Pursuit of a Democratic Notion of Happiness Susan Jean Mayer, Brandeis University Katharine Drexel Revisited: A Reconstruction of Katharine Drexel's Impact on Higher Education in Louisiana, Berlisha Morton, Louisianna State University St. Joseph "Sunday Dinner": Building Community, One Dinner at a Time Alicia Nance and YharNahKeeShah Smith, Louisiana State University Defining Diversity: The Changing Attitudes and Views of College Students Adam Howard and Sonia Mahabir, Colby College Maintaining the Mission- Curricular Transition and Academic Legitimacy of Southern Jesuit Higher Education in the Age of the University R. Eric Platt St. Ann Cottage Salon 1

Introducing the Emancipatory Pedagogy of Edith Stein (Saint Theresa Benedicta of the Cross)

Stephen Triche, Nicholls State University Accountability: Aoki Style Seth Eisworth, Louisianna State University Hannah Arendt's Educational Vision and a Critical Examination of Today's Neoliberal Education Daiyu Suzuki, Teacher's College, Columbia University St. Ann Cottage Salon 2 Panel: Reflections on the Roles of Teacher/Researchers Dr. Hillary Braud, Louisiana State University Melissa Bolden, Louisiana State University Tiffany Sullivan, Louisiana State University Mallory Braud, Louisiana State University Rachel DeCorte, Louisiana State University Discussant: June Newman Graham, Louisiana State University ________________________________________________________________________ 10:35-10:45 ­ Coffee Break

10:45 - 12:00 Special Sessions

Orleans Ballroom Lines of Flight: A Bricoleur's Junkyard Charles Garoian and Yvonne Gaudelius, Penn State University Garoian & Gaudelius will perform disparate and disjunctive narratives and actions in the form of a live assemblage to create a space of inquiry from which curricular and pedagogical possibilities can be explored, experimented, and improvised. The performance will be followed by an open discussion during which the audience will be invited to voice their personal pedagogical experiences and questions. Contextualizing these experiences and questions within performance and pedagogical theories will enable audience members to complicate preexisting pedagogical narratives. St. Mary Salon The Graduate Student Committee of AAACS: Graduate Students Session A graduate student mentoring session facilitated by The Graduate Student Committee. This gathering will be a great opportunity for any graduate student who needs support from a warm and friendly academic community. This open discussion session will be a space for graduate students to share their passion, curiosity, and interests in academia with Dr. Anna Wilson from Chapman University as well as other conference attendees. The discussion topics are open, but examples include: how to engage in research passions and how to connect these passions with writings and publications. This session is sponsored by the Graduate Student Committee of AAACS. This session is not limited to graduate students but open to everyone. Invited Scholar: Dr. Anna Wilson, Chapman University Facilitator: Seungho Moon, Teachers College, Columbia University The Graduate Student Committee Chair: Christopher Strople, Chapman University Kelton Williams, Texas A & M University

April 6, Session 3: 1:15 ­ 3:00 Orleans Ballroom Epistemologies of Ignorance in Education: An Interactive Symposium Carnival of the Uncanny (Valley): Border Pedagogies and Terrains of Ignorance Peter Appelbaum, Arcadia University Labyrinth of Ignorance Nathalia Jaramillo and Sandro Barros, DePauw University Reading Have we Known Rivers?: Indignity, Language, and the Significance of Epistemologies of Ignorance for Curriculum Studies Erik Malewski, Perdue Committing (to) Ignorance: On Method, Myth and Pedagogy with Jacques Rancière Molly Quinn, Columbia Teachers College Let the Body Out: A Love Letter to the Academy from the BODY Celeste Snowber, Simon Frazier University St. Mary Salon 1 Race, Research, and Curriculum Studies: A Readers' Theater Theodorea Regina Berry, Mercer University Lara Chatman, Miami University (OH) Phaedra Bell Early, Mercer University Sherri Freeman, Mercer University Kawanya Kenyatta Isom, Mercer University St. Mary Salon 2 Phoenix Rising Free School ­ Creating a Democratic Learning Community Kellie Rolstad with co-presenters Dinny Aletheiani, Daisy Fredricks, Marlene Hinton, Taunalee Bradshaw, Amanda Lira Gordenstein, all from Arizona State University St. Joseph The Image, the Silence, the Unincluded Anna V. Wilson, Veronica Bloomfield, Debora Nodelman, Chris Strople, Victoria Morris all of Chapman University

12:15 ­ 1:15 ­ LUNCH ________________________________________________________________________ 12:15 ­ 1:15 Lunch with Alan Block, Publications 1:15 ­ 3:00; Special Event Neighborhood Story Project: History and Curriculum Abram Himelstein, University of New Orleans Abram will speak about the history of the project and the 9th grade English curriculum materials they've designed in New Orleans. More info at www.neighborhoodstoryproject.org. RSVP [email protected] for transportation to and from the site

St. Ann Cottage Salon 1 Queering Curriculum for Adult Students: Past Performances for Present Learning Jonna K Beck, Texas State University ­ San Marcos Do I Make Your Life Better? Exploring Different Forms of Teachers' Moral Responsibility Silvia Edling and Anneli Frelin, Uppsala University, Sweden Fluid, Fixed, Malleable, and Immovable: Women of Color and Pedagogical (re)Makings Kristen T. Edwards, Louisiana State University St. Ann Cottage Salon 2 Threads of Dysfunction: The Jesuit Experience in French Colonial New Orleans Brad Petitfils, Loyola University New Orleans Toward Cosmopolitan Sensibilities: The Franciscan Educational Tradition in Mexico James C. Jupp, Arkansas State University Bringing History Back: Curriculum Theory's Lost Memories Ann Gibson Winfield, Roger Williams University and Petra Munro Hendry, Louisiana State University ***************************************************************** 3:00 ­ 3:30 Lagniappe Session: A Little Something Extra... Orleans Ballroom Committee for Curriculum Theory in Policy Jennifer Job, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

3:45 ­ 5:00 Special Session: Orleans Ballroom Reflection, Recursion and Refraction: Commemorating 15 years of Louisiana State University's Curriculum Theory Project. Dr. William Pinar, University of British Columbia (Former Director and co-founder of the Curriculum Theory Project) Dr. William Doll, University of Victoria (Former Director and co-founder of the Curriculum Theory Project) Dr. Molly Quinn, Teachers College, Columbia University (Former student) Dr. Hongyu Wang, Oklahoma State University (Former student) Dr. Nicholas Ng-a-Fook , Ottowa University (Former Student) Dr. Brian Casemore, George Washington University (Former Student) Dr. Denise Baszile, Miami of Ohio Univeristy (Former Student) Dr. Nichole Guillory, Kennesaw State University Wednesday, April 6, 5:00-6:00 Regular Session Orleans Ballroom The Cyprus Oral History and Living Memory Project Nikoletta Christodoulou, Frederick University, Cyprus Avraamidou Lucy, University of Nicosia and Bill Ayers, University of Illinois at Chicago The Secret between Story Telling and Retelling: Tea, School & Narrative Jie Yu, Louisiana State University Reclaiming Social Space: Curricularist s as Urban Teacher Educators Todd Alan Price and Kamau Rashid, National ­ Louis University St. Mary Salon 1 Hidden Federal and State Education Policies: Equivalence by Leveling Stephen J. Farenga & Daniel Ness, Dowling College School-based Curriculum Development in China: Policy Analysis, Theoretical Controversy and Practical Exploration Yuzhen Xu, Capital Normal University, Beijing, China Process Matters: Linking Curriculum Decision-making and Policymaking for Educational Reform Elinor A. Scheirer, University of North Florida

3:30-3:45 Coffee Break

St Mary Salon 2 Provocative Examination of Texas Public Schools: Education as Seen from Two Large School Districts Anita Connelly-Nicholson, Texas A & M University

Urban Educators and Effective Curriculum Design and Management Erica R. Davila, Arcadia University

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Thursday, April 7

Regular Session 1: 8:30-9:30 Orleans Ballroom Panel: Transforming the Theoretical: The Importance of the "Aha Moment and Critical Consciousness" Shouldering the Invisible Backpack Paul Manthai, Louisiana State University SU Friends: How Many of Us Have Them? TaKea Vickers, Louisiana State University SU The Elephant in the Room and the Tenants who Occupy It Kyle Boone, Louisiana State University SU Conscientization on a Midnight Train to Georgia Berlisha Morton, Louisiana State University SU St. Mary Salon 1 Transformational Possibilities of Grassroots Organizing for School Reform. Laura J. Ramírez, University of Illinois at Chicago St. Mary Salon 2 *Social Networking* *Rhizomes of Desire*: Curriculum Schizoanalysis, and Two Regimes of Madness Nicholas Ng ­ A- Fook and Linda Radford, University of Ottawa Self-Directed Learning for Emancipation Using Narrative via Technology: The Case for Diaplaced Cambodians Shelbee Nguyen and George Jackson, University of Texas at San Antonio St. Joseph Salon Eros, Enigma, and Excess in the Curriculum Thinking the Emotional Experience of Sexuality as an Aesthetic Event Brian Casemore, George Washington University and Karyn Sandlos, Chicago School of the Art Institute Integrating Diversity in Curriculum Studies: Constructing My Bicultural Identity Freyca Calderon-Berumen, Texas Christian University Living as/through Revolt: Judaism, Circumcision, and M/othering Debra Freedman, University of Guelph

Historicizing and Reconceptualizing Teacher Education Sean Buckreis, Shepherd University Playing Class: Gaming the Introduction to Education Jessica Broussard, Louisiana State University St. Joseph Can Social Media Make School Look Strange? Susan Lynn Meabon Bartow, Miami University Changing Roles, Changing Pedagogies? The Paradigm Shift of Mobile Learning Jessica Willis, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts Exploring "Pedagogical Shift" in Response to the Construction of Slowmation (stopmotion animation) Projects in K-7 Classrooms and Teacher Education.

Vetta Vratulis, Saginaw Valley State University

St. Ann Cottage Salon 1 Rob Linné, On Recalling the Past: 100 Years after the Triangle Factory Fire Adelphi University Menopause, Nicotine Deprivation, and the Advancement of Curriculum Studies: Hard Questions and Random Contemplations by Women Who Mean Business, Ugena Whitlock, Kennesaw State University and Ann Gibson Winfield, Roger Williams University Curriculum, Actually: The Object of Our Discipline, and the Language it Requires Tony Whitson, University of Delaware St. Ann Cottage Salon 2 A Curriculum of Difficulty: Classroom stories of Teacher Frustration and Redemptions Courtney Thibodeaux, Kristin Percle, Christine Naquin, and Heidi Champagne Nicholls State University

Special Event: Meet in Lobby for Transportation to Preservation Hall, 7:00 pm

St Ann 2 Panel: Curriculum and Space: Collaborative Autobiographies and Collective Venturing Mila Clark, Marilyn Hillarious, Vince O'Neill, The George Washington University 9:35-10:35 Orleans Ballroom Grappling with Gender: Studying Gender as Educational Content in Teacher Education Silvia Edling, Anneli Frelin and Karin Hjalmeskog, Uppsala University, Sweden Transformational Possibilities of Grassroots Organizing for School Reform. Laura J. Ramírez The AVID Program: Creating New Possibilities in Schools Philip Bernhardt, The George Washington University St. Mary Salon My Life Story as a Narrative Construction Joelyn K. Foy, Kansas State University Video Podcasting and Identity: A Case Study Lia Oliveira, University of Minho Legal Cloistering and Informal Learning- Spatially Constructed Education in the New Orleans Red-Light District R. Eric Platt, Louisiana State University St. Mary Salon 2 Crossing over Borders: Rhetoric and Signifiers of Cultural Hegemony Jessica Exkano, Louisiana State University Recentering "Life Moments": Identity & Connectedness in Teaching for Social Justice. Dana M. Stachowiak, UNC Greensboro Voices of Native American High School Students in Bayou Country Marjorie Ambrose, Nicholls State University

St. Joseph What Emerges from Relationship?: Reconsidering how we Attend to Mathematics and Science Learning, Teaching and Research Florence Glanfield and Dawn Wiseman, University of Alberta Katherine Drexel Revisited: A Reconstruction of Katherine Drexel's Impact on Higher Education in Louisiana Berlisha Morton, Louisiana State University Peter Taubman's Teaching by Numbers: Standards, Accountability, and the Role of Teachers Jennifer Timmer, Louisiana State University St. Ann Cottage Salon 1 Maxine Greene's Vision for Education: Imagining Possibilities, Creating Community and Teaching for Social Change Heather Phipps, McGill University Rethinking Literature Education, or Becoming Human(e) Hannah Spector, University of British Columbia Autobiographical Explorations of Change: How We Come to Teach Mila Clark and Ami Turner, The George Washington University St. Ann Cottage Salon 2 (Don't) Tell Me What to Do: Teacher Responses to Commercialized Curriculum on the Elementary Level Kate Allman and Jennifer Job University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Imaginary Praxis in the Commons Pauline Sameshima, Washington State University Curricula Inquiries into Britzman's Concept of Uneven Development Lottie Baker Marzucco, Marilyn Hillarious, The George Washington University ________________________________________________________________________ 10:35-10:45 Coffee Break

10:45-12:00 Town Hall ­ Orleans Ballroom Countering Hegemony in Curriculum Theory/Studies Programs: Challenging the Nightmare that Is: Curriculum scholars from around the country will bring their experience including but not limited to the following: Ann Gibson Winfield & Petra Munro Henry, facilitators Bill Watkins, University of Illinois Michael O'Malley, Texas State University ­ San Marcos Thomas Barone, Arizona State University Ugenia Whitlock and Nicolle Guillory, Kennesaw State University Erik Malewski, Perdue John Weaver, Georgia Southern Robert Helfenbein, Indiana University --- IUPUI This session is a follow-up to recent work by the AAACS Canon Project and Task Force on the Advancement of the Field. 12:00-1:15 Lunch with the Publications Committee, Ann Gibson Winfield, Chair. This is a brainstorming session to follow up on the previous Town Hall, and to jump-start practices that AAACS can use to Advance the Field of Curriculum Studies. 1:15 ­ 3:00 Orleans Ballroom Developing a Teacher Education Curriculum for Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in Portuguese Schools: teaching against the grain...? Maria Alfredo Moreira, University of Minho, Portugal A Descriptive Account of The Unschooling Curriculum: The Case of Indonesia Dinny Risri Aletheiani, Arizona State University Decolonizing Dissemination: Human Capital(ism) and the Performativity of Efficiency Joseph Zanoni, University of Illinois at Chicago St. Mary Salon 1 The Five of Us Contemplating Curricula to Complicate--or Even Better, to Offend and Disrupt--the White, Hetero, Middle-Class/non-Urban Sensibilities of the United States Dream Sheri Leafgren , Miami University Francis Broadway, University of Akron Vicki Rostedt, University of Akron Amy Shema, University of Rochester Emma Park, Davidson College

St. Mary Salon 2 Exploring the Creativity Commons: A (partly improvisational) readers theater in three scenes Gene Diaz, Lisa Donovan, Martha McKenna, Lesley University St. Joseph Paper Flowers and Seeds of Possibility: On Curriculum, Critical Pedagogy, the Arts and the Question of Emancipation Panel by Molly Quinn and graduate students from Teachers College, Columbia University St. Ann Cottage Salon 1 Value and Perception: School Leadership and the Louisiana Alternative Career Diploma Marcil Seals and Paul Manthei, Louisiana State University Different Same Things: ReImagining the Foundational Curriculums of Two HBCUs in Louisiana Barlisha Morton and Dana Hart, Louisiana State University Internationalizing the Curriculum in Teacher Education Programs: Reflections from an Immersion Trip. Encarna Rodríguez, Saint Joseph's University What Are the Long Term Effects on Curriculum Integration?: Beginning Teachers' Perceptions of Study Abroad Experiences during their Teacher Education Programs Erik Malewski, Purdue University St. Ann Cottage Salon 2 Fifty ­ Seventy Five Year Old Baby Boomer and Older Nontraditional Students at Texas Public Universities - Are the Universities in Texas Supporting these Students? Anita Connelly-Nicholson, Texas A & M University What's in a Name? How We Talk to Teens Sarah Colonna, UNC-Greensboro Rhythm of Collective Improvisation: Tribal-Style Belly Dancers' Aesthetic Experience Soon Ye Hwang, University of Nebraska-Lincoln The Paradox of Time ­ in Relation to Young People's Conditions of Being Responsible Silvia Edling, Uppsala University, Sweden ________________________________________________________________________ 3:00 ­ 3:30 Line of Flight ­ Part II Charles Garoian & Yvonne Gaudelius, Penn State University. A special workshop that develops the ideas from Wednesday's special session. ________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________ Lagniappe Session: Groups may sign up for other rooms. Sign up sheet will be available at registration desk 3:30- 3:45 Coffee Break ________________________________________________________________________

St. Mary Salon 2 Panel: Love as a Mode of Relationality: Imagining Curriculum Leadership in Schools and Communities Sarah W. Nelson, Texas State University ­ San Marcos Michael P. O'Malley, Texas State University ­ San Marcos Patrick Slattery, Texas A&M University Susan Edgerton, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts St. Joseph An Underserved Minority Population: High School LGBT Youth in SE Louisiana Jessica Cassard Guidry, Nicholls State University Voices of Native American High School Students in Bayou Country Marjorie Ambrose, Nicholls State University

3:45 Special Session in the Orleans Ballroom Special Presentation on Internationalization of Curriculum Studies Social change and the curriculum studies in Brazil Alice Casimiro Lopes and Elizabeth Macedo, State University of Rio de Janeiro Regulation, State, and Curricular Policies Alvaro Hypolito, Federal University of Pelotas, Brazil

5:00 ­ Business Meeting in the Orleans Ballroom ______________________________________________________ Friday, April 8, Session 1 8:30 ­ 9:30

Orleans Ballroom Panel: "Yes And Find(ing)" the "fixed" foundations: Blacks as Artists, Intellectuals, and Activists Sara Carrigan Wooten, Brandeis University; Bruce Parker, Roland Mitchell, Reagan Mitchell, Chaunda Allen, all of LSU, and Adam Howard, Colby College St. Mary Salon 1 Panel: On the borders of Identity Production: Latin American Perspectives Reform Policy in Mexico: Re-territorializing Identities and Time in Education Ernesto Treviño Ronzón, Universidad Pedagógica Veracruzana Educating a Historical Consciousness as a Strategy to Produce the Argentine Citizen Daniel Friedrich, Teachers College, Columbia University The Indian Problema, Educational Policies, Aporia Ligia (Licho) López, University of Wisconsin-Madison Title: Religion and the Shaping of Argentinean National Identity Ezequiel Gómez Caride, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Understanding the Cultural Context of Teaching and Learning Mose Y. Hooks, Langston University St. Ann Cottage Salon 1 Cutting Edge and Bidonville: A Reflection About eLearning" Lia Raquel Oliveira. Universidade do Minho "Making Space and Having Room: Zine Pedagogy and the Promise of Space" Karin H. deGravelles, Louisiana State University St. Ann Cottage Salon 2 Grow Your Own Teachers: Grassroots Change for Teacher Education Maria Teresa Garreton, Northeastern Illinois University Kathleen McInerney, St. Xavier Elizabeth Skinner, Illinois State University Christina Madda, Northeastern Illinois University Morgan Halstead, Northeastern Illinois University Maureen Gillette, Northeastern Illinois University Anne Hallett, Grow Your Own Illinois

April 8, Session 2: 9:35-10:35

Function of Utopia in Walter Benjamin's Pedagogy Evren Dincer, Cornell University Work, Play and Technology in Walter Benjamin's Thought Bora Erdagi, Kocaeli University, Turkey Walter Benjamin, Visual Pedagogy, and Video Games Ergin Bulut, University of Illinois The Aftermath of Race: The Politics and Perils of Theorizing Racial Identities in Education in an Age of Information Cameron McCarthy, University of Illinois St. Ann Cottage Salon 1 Canonic Constructions in Early 20th Century Music Appreciation Classes Jacob Hardesty, Indiana University Curriculum Integration: Professional Dispositions for College Students? Andrea Baldwin, Northern Caribbean University The Proof is in the Practices: Re-envisioning Higher Education Practice Through Classical American Pragmatism Roland W. Mitchell and Jeffery J. Darby, Jr , Louisiana State University Web Documentations of Teaching: Steering Debate about "Good" Practice and Exploring Ways of Enhancing Teacher Learning Sirene M. Lim, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore St. Ann Cottage Salon 2 Curriculum in the Digital Age Mei Wu Hoyt, Oklahoma State University ImprovEd: Education, Emancipation, and All That's Jazz David Ross, Public Schools, Utica NY Finding Hope in the Margins: Can we Learn Anything from Claireece Precious Jones? Kansas State University Doing Research at Home: Ethical Consideration June Graham, Louisiana State University ________________________________________________________________________ 10:35-10:45 Coffee Break _______________________________________________________________________

Orleans Ballroom Curriculum and Space: Collaborative Autobiographies and Collective Venturing Mila Clark, Marilyn Hillarious, and Vince O'Neill, The George Washington University A Pedagogy of Closure Natalie LeBlanc, University of British Columbia Thinking from Inside the Box to the World Outside: Place-based Engineering Design for Elementary School Teachers Emily DeMoor, Ph.D., Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts St. Mary Salon 1 Symposium: Educating the Posthuman John A. Weaver, Georgia Southern University Peter Appelbaum, Arcadia University Annette Gough, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Noel Gough, LaTrobe University St. Mary Salon 2 Living in the city of immigrants": Pre-service teachers' aesthetic responses to NYC urban teaching experiences Dennis Parsons, SUNY Oswego Her Elizabeth: (Re) Focusing Ideologies of Black Womanhood and Sexuality with Spoken Words Tammie Jenkins, Louisiana State University Adolescent African American Girls' Literacy Experiences and Engagement with Street Fiction Yvette Hyde, Louisiana State University Understanding Curriculum Studies in the Space of Technological Flow Karen Ferneding, Southern Arkansas University St. Joseph Panel Presentation: Pedagogy, Utopia and Technology: Intersections in Digital Times Discussant: Douglas Kellner University of California at Los Angeles Body/Flesh of the Teacher in the Digital Age Heather Greenhalgh-Spencer, University of Illinois

10:45 ­ Featured Session The Autobiographical, the National, and the Cosmopolitan: Curriculum of Global Interdependence in Transit (A Panel) Chair: Hongyu Wang, Oklahoma State University - Tulsa Curriculum Studies: Autobiography in Transit Janet L. Miller, Teachers College, Columbia University The Role of Nationality in Curriculum Policies in Brazil Elizabeth Macedo, State University of Rio de Janiero Beyond International Threats and Toward Cosmopolitan Sensibilities in Curriculum Studies James C. Jupp, Arkansas State University National Identities and Global Interdependence: Curriculum of Social Imagination Hongyu Wang, Oklahoma State University- Tulsa

AAACS Officers & Committees President: Peter Appelbaum, Arcadia University Vice President: Louise Anderson Allen, South Carolina State University Secretary: Michael P. O'Malley, Texas State University, San Marcos Treasurer: Hongyu Wang, Oklahoma State University Conferences Committee: Erik Malewski, Chair Molly Quinn, Susan Mayer, James Jupp 2011 Conference Program Committee (ad hoc): Julie Burke, Anna Oether, Guilford College 2011 Local Conference Site Hosts (ad hoc): Petra Munro Hendry and the LSU Curriculum Theory Project and Graduate Student Collaborative Graduate Sudent Committee (2009-2011): Seungho Moon, Chair Chris Strople and Kelton Williams Journal Editor: Alan Block Membership Committee: Nichole Guillory, Chair Teresa Rishel, Kent den Heyer Nominations Committee: William F. Pinar, Janet Miller Publications Committee: Ann Gibson Winfield, Chair Hannah Spector, Jungha Kim Technology Committee: Walter S. Gershon (Webmaster), Tony Whitson

Thank you for your participation. We look forward to next year! __________________________________________________________________

American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies AAACS Website: http://aaacs.org

This Association ­ the American affiliate of the International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies ­ is established to support a "worldwide" ­ but not "uniform" ­ field of curriculum studies. Our hope, in establishing this organization, is to provide organizational support for a rigorous and scholarly conversation within and across national and regional borders regarding the content, context, and process of education, the organizational and intellectual center of which is the curriculum.

Announcements

***The AAACS Conferences Committee is soliciting proposals for future program coordinators and site committee organizers. Please contact any member of the Conferences Committee if you are interested. AAACS conferences are held in the same metropolitan area as the annual AERA meeting prior to AERA.

The Society of Professors of Education (SPE) meeting is being held at the New Orleans Marriot Iberville Room on Saturday, April 9, from 12:00pm ­ 4:00 pm. All are welcome. The SPE is a professional and academic association open to all persons engaged in teacher preparation and related activities. Its purpose is to serve the diverse needs and interests of the education professorate. The SPE's primary goal is to provide a forum for consideration of substantive issues, tasks, problems and challenges confronting professional educators. SPE is an interdisciplinary organization that began in 1902. Founding members included John Dewey, Charles De Garmo, and Walter B. Jacobs. Several other noteworthy early members were William Kilpatrick, George S. Counts, Elwood P. Cubberly, Harold O. Rugg, Edward L. Thorndike, and George Herbert Mead symbolizing the diverse interests and ideological diversity of the organization. Its Current members include several award winning theoreticians, researchers, and practitioners in education. The 5th Biennial Provoking Curriculum Studies Conference, Provoking Curriculum Studies as an Aesthetics of Vulnerability, sponsored by the Canadian Association of Curriculum Studies is taking place this coming October 21-22, 2011, at the University of Alberta. The call for presentations can be found at this address: http://www.curriculumtheoryproject.ca/wp-content/uploads2011/01/ProvokingCurriculum-Studies-2011-call-for-proposals.pdf The Curriculum Studies Summer Collaborative (CSSC) invites your submissions for its inaugural meeting, June 15-18, 2011, in historic Savannah, Georgia. The deadline is extended to April 15th. The CSSC will bring together diverse individuals within and beyond the field of Curriculum Studies. The Collaborative was developed to promote dialogue and cooperative action among established and emerging curriculum scholars. It is a process-oriented, generative space intended to support the work of the field. Information and conference registration can be found online at: http://ceps.georgiasouthern.edu/conted/cssc.html

AAACS Presenters, 2011 Aletheiani, Dinny ­ Arizona State University. W 1:15. Th 1:15 Allen, Chaunda Louisiana State University. F 8:30 Allman, Kate ­ University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Ambrose, Marjorie ­ Nicholls State University. Th 9:35. F 8:30 Appelbaum, Peter ­ Arcadia University. T 7:00. W 1:15. F 9:35 Asher, Kylea ­ Indiana University. W 8:30 Ayers, Bill ­ University of Illinois at Chicago. W 5:00 Aysenne, Alyssa M. ­ Nicholls State University. W 8:30 Baldwin, Andrea Northern Caribbean University. F 9:35 Bangou, Francis University of Ottawa. W 8:30 Barone, Thomas ­ Arizona State University. Th 10:45 Barros, Sandro ­ DePauw University. W 1:15 Baszile, Denise ­ Miami of Ohio University. W 3:45 Beck, Jonna K. ­ Texas State University, San Marcos. W 1:15 Bell Early, Phaedra ­ Mercer University . W 1:15 Bernhardt, Philip ­ George Washington University. Th 9:35 Berry, Theodorea Regina ­ Mercer University. W 1:15 Bi, Yiwen ­ Texas A&M University. W 9:35 Bird, Melanie ­ Nicholls State University. W 8:30 Bloomfield, Veronica ­ Chapman University. W 1:15 Bolden, Melissa Louisiana State University. W 9:35 Boone, Kyle ­ Louisiana State University. W 9:35. Th 8:30 Bradshaw, Taunalee ­ Arizona State University. W 1:15 Braud, Hillary Louisiana State University. W 9:35 Braud, Mallory Louisiana State University. W 9:35 Broadway, Francis ­ University of Akron. Th 1:15 Brooks, Nancy ­ Ball State University. W 8:30 Broussard, Jessica ­ Louisiana State University. W 5:00 Buckreis, Sean ­ Shepherd University. W 5:00 Bulut, Ergin ­ University of Illinois. F 9:35 CalderonBerumen, Freyca ­ Texas Christian University. Th 8:30 Casemore, Brian ­ George Washington University. W 3:45. Th 8:30 Cassard Guidry, Jessica ­ Nicholls State University. F 8:30 Champagne, Heidi ­ Nicholls State University. W 5:00 Chatman, Lara ­ Miami University (OH) Christodoulou, Nikoletta ­ Frederick University, Cyprus. W 5:00 Clark, Mila ­ George Washington University. Th 8:30. Th 9:35. F 9:35 Colonna, Sarah ­ UNC Greensboro. Th 1:15 ConnellyNicholson, Anita ­ Texas A&M University. W 5:00. Th 1:15

Darby, Jr., Jeffery J. ­ Louisiana State Univ. . F 8:30. F 9:35 Dávila, Erica R. ­ Arcadia University. W 5:00

DeCorte, Rachel Louisiana State University. W 9:35 deGravalles, Karin H. ­ Louisiana State University. F 8:30 DeMoor, Emily Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. F 9:35 Dentith, Audrey ­ University of Texas San Antonio. W 8:30 Diaz, Gene ­ Lesley University. W 8:30. Th 1:15

Dincer, Evren ­ Cornell University. F 9:35 Doll, William ­ University of Victoria. W 3:45 Donovan, Lisa ­ Lesley University. Th 1:15 Edgerton, Susan ­ Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. F 8:30 Edling, Silvia ­ Uppsala University, Sweden. W 1:15. Th 9:35. Th 1:15 Edwards, Kristen T. ­ Louisiana State University. W 1:15 EgeaHuehne, Denise ­ Louisiana State University. W 8:30 Eisworth, Seth ­ Louisiana State University. W 9:35 Erdagi, Bora ­ Kocaeli University, Turkey. F 9:35 Exkano, Jessica ­ Louisiana State University. Th 9:35 Farenga, Stephen J. ­ Dowling College. W 5:00 Ferneding, Karen ­ Southern Arkansas University. F 9:35 Fleming, Douglas University of Ottawa. W 8:30 Foy, Joelyn K. ­ Kansas State University. W 9:35. Th 9:35 Fredricks, Daisy ­ Arizona State University. W 1:15 Freedman, Debra ­ University of Guelph. Th 8:30 Freeman, Sherri Mercer University. W 1:15 Frelin, Anneli ­ Uppsala University, Sweden. W 1:15. Th 9:35 Friedrich, Daniel ­ Teachers College Columbia University. F 8:30 Fry, Marianne ­ Louisiana State University. W 9:35 Frye, Julie Marie ­ Indiana University. W 8:30 Garoian, Charles ­ Penn State University. W 10:45. Th 3:00 Garreton, Maria Teresa ­ Northeastern Illinois University. F 8:30 Gaudelius, Yvonne ­ Penn State University. W 10:45. Th 3:00 Gillette, Maureen ­ Northeastern Illinois University. F 8:30 Glanfield, Florence ­ University of Alberta. Th 9:35 Gómez Caride, Ezequiel ­ University of Wisconsin, Madison. F 8:30 Gordenstein, Amanda Lira ­ Arizona State University. W 1:15 Gough, Annette ­ Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. F 9:35 Gough, Noel ­ La Trobe University. F 9:35 Graham, June ­ Louisiana State University. W 9:35. F 9:35 GreenhalghSpencer, Heather ­ University of Illinois. F 9:35 Guillory, Nichole ­ Kennesaw State University. W 3:45. Th 10:45 Hallett, Anne ­ Grow Your Own Illinois. F 8:30 Halstead, Morgan ­ Northeastern Illinois University. F 8:30 Hardesty, Jacob ­ Indiana University. F 9:35 Hart, Dana ­ Louisiana State University. Th 1:15 Helfenbein, Robert ­ Indiana University (IUPUI) . Th 10:45 Hendry, Petra Munro ­ Louisiana State University. W 1:15. Th 12:00 Hillarious, Marilyn ­ George Washington University. Th 8:30. Th 9:35. F 9:35 Himelstein, Abram ­ University of New Orleans. W 12:15 Hinton, Marlene ­ Arizona State University. W 1:15 Hjalmeskog, Karin ­ Uppsala University, Sweden. Th 9:35 Hooks, Mose Y. ­ Langston University . F 8:30 Howard, Adam ­ Colby College. W 9:35. F 8:30 Hoyt, Mei Wu ­ Oklahoma State University. F 9:35 Hwang, Soon Ye ­ University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Th 1:15 Hyde, Yvette ­ Louisiana State University. F 9:35

Hypolito, Alvaro ­ Federal University of Pelotas, Brazil. Th 3:45 Ibrahim, Awad ­ University of Ottawa. W 8:30 Isom, Kawanya Kenyatta Mercer University. W 1:15 Jackson, George ­ University of Texas at San Antonio. Th 8:30 Jaramillo, Nathalia ­ DePauw University. W 1:15 Jenkins, Tammie ­ Louisiana State University. F 9:35 Job, Jennifer ­ University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. W 3:00. Th 9:35 Jupp, James C. ­ Arkansas State University. W 1:15. F 10:45 Kang, Le ­ University of Nebraska, Lincoln. W 8:30 Kellner, Douglas ­ University of California at Los Angeles. F 9:35 Kelly, Ryan R. ­ Arkansas State University. W 9:35 Ketsman, Olha University of Nebraska, Lincoln. W 8:30 Lambeth, Jill ­ University of Central Oklahoma. W 9:35 Leafgren, Sheri ­ Miami University. Th 1:15 LeBlanc, Natalie ­ University of British Columbia. F 9:35 Lim, Sirene M. ­ National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. F 9:35 Linné, Rob ­ Adelphi University. W 5:00 Lopes, Alice Casimiro ­ State University of Rio de Janeiro. Th 3:45 López, Ligia (Licho) ­ University of Wisconsin, Madison. F 8:30 Lucy, Avraamidou, University of Nicosia. W 5:00 Macedo, Elizabeth ­ State University of Rio de Janeiro. Th 3:45. F 10:45 Macintyre Latta, Margaret ­ University of Nebraska, Lincoln. W 8:30 Madda, Christina ­ Northeastern Illinois University. F 8:30 Mahabir, Sonia ­ Colby College. W 9:35 Malewski, Erik ­ Perdue University. W 9:35. W 1:15. Th 10:45. Th 1:15 Mansy, Diana ­ University of Ottawa. W 8:30 Manthai, Paul ­ Louisiana State University SU. Th 8:30. Th 1:15 Marzucco, Lottie Baker ­ George Washington University. Th 9:35 Mayer, Susan Jean ­ Brandeis University. W 9:35 McCarthy, Cameron ­ University of Illinois. F 9:35 McInerney, Kathleen ­ St. Xavier University. F 8:30 McKenna, Martha ­ Lesley University. Th 1:15 Meabon Bartow, Susan Lynn ­ Miami University. W 5:00 Miller, Janet L. ­ Teachers College Columbia University. F 10:45 Mitchell, Reagan Louisiana State University. F 8:30 Mitchell, Roland Louisiana State University. F 9:35 Moon, Seungho ­ Teachers College Columbia University. W 8:30. W 10:45 Moreira, Maria Alfredo ­ University of Minho, Portugal. Th 1:15 Morris, Victoria ­ Chapman University. W 1:15 Morton, Berlisha ­ Louisiana State University. W 9:35. Th 8:30. Th 9:35. Th 1:15 Nako, Bonodji University of Nebraska, Lincoln. W 8:30 Nance, Alicia Louisiana State University. W 9:35 Naquin, Christine ­ Nicholls State University. W 5:00 Nelson, Sarah W. ­ Texas State University, San Marcos. F 8:30 Ness, Daniel ­ Dowling College. W 5:00 NgAFook, Nicholas University of Ottawa. W 8:30. W 3:45. Th 8:30 Nguyen, Shelbee ­ University of Texas at San Antonio. Th 8:30

Nodelman, Debora ­ Chapman University. W 1:15 O'Malley, Michael ­ Texas State University, San Marcos. Th 10:45. F 8:30 O'Neill, Vince ­ George Washington University. Th 8:30. F 9:35 Oliveira, Lia Raquel ­ University of Minho, Portugal. Th 9:35. F 8:30 Orkodashvili, Miriam ­ Tbilisi State University. W 9:35 Park, Emma ­ Davidson College. Th 1:15 Parker, Bruce Louisiana State University. F 8:30 Parsons, Dennis ­ SUNY Oswego. F 9:35 Percle, Kristin ­ Nicholls State University. W 5:00 Petitfils, Brad ­ Loyola University, New Orleans. W 1:15 Phipps, Heather ­ McGill University. Th 9:35 Pinar, William ­ University of British Columbia. W 3:45 PinedoBurns, Heather J. Teachers College Columbia University. W 8:30 Platt, R. Eric ­ Louisiana State University. W 9:35. Th 9:35 Price, Todd Alan ­ NationalLouis University Quinn, Molly ­ Teachers College Columbia University. W 9:35. W 1:15. W 3:45. Th 1:15 Radford, Linda ­ University of Ottawa. Th 8:30 Ramírez, Laura J. ­ University of Illinois at Chicago. Th 8:30. Th 9:35 Rashid, Kamau ­ NationalLouis University. W 5:00 Redmon Wright, Robin ­ University of Texas San Antonio. W 8:30 Rivera, Jessica University of Nebraska, Lincoln. W 8:30 Rodríguez, Encarna ­ St. Joseph's University. Th 1:15 Rolstad, Kellie ­ Arizona State University. W 1:15 Root, Debra ­ University of Texas San Antonio. W 8:30 Ross, David ­ Public Schools, Utica NY. F 9:35 Ross, Philip University of Nebraska, Lincoln. W 8:30 Rostedt, Vicki ­ University of Akron. Th 1:15 Sameshima, Pauline ­ Washington State University. Th 9:35 Sandlos, Karyn ­ Chicago School of the Art Institute. Th 8:30 Scheirer, Elinor A. ­ University of North Florida. W 5:00 Scott, Erin ­ Nicholls State University. W 8:30 Seals, Marcil ­ Louisiana State University. Th 1:15 Shema, Amy ­ University of Rochester. Th 1:15 Skinner, Elizabeth ­ Illinois State University. F 8:30 Slattery, Patrick ­ Texas A&M University. F 8:30 Smith, YharNahKeeShah Louisiana State University. W 9:35 Snowber, Celeste ­ Simon Fraser University. W 8:30. W 1:15 Solloway, Sharon ­ Bloomsburg University. W 8:30 Spector, Hannah ­ University of British Columbia. Th 9:35 Stachowiak, Dana M. ­ UNC Greensboro. Th 9:35 Strople, Christopher ­ Chapman University. W 8:30. W 10:45. W 1:15 Sullivan, Tiffany Louisiana State University. W 9:35 Suzuki, Daiyu ­ Teachers College Columbia University. W 9:35 Thibodeaux, Courtney ­ Nicholls State University. W 8:30. W 5:00 Timmer, Jennifer ­ Louisiana State University. Th 9:35 Treviño Ronzón, Ernesto ­ Universidad Pedagógica Veracruzana. F 8:30 Triche, Stephen ­ Nicholls State University. W 9:35 Turner, Ami ­ George Washington University, TH 9:35

Vickers, TaKea ­ Louisiana State University SU. Th 8:30 Vratulis, Vetta ­ Saginaw Valley State University. W 9:35. W 5:00 Wang, Hongyu ­ Oklahoma State University, Tulsa. W 3:45. F 10:45 Waterhouse, Monica ­ University of Ottawa. W 8:30 Watkins, Bill ­ University of Illinois. Th 10:45 Weaver, John ­ Georgia Southern University. Th 10:45. F 9:35 Whitlock, Ugena ­ Kennesaw State University. W 5:00. Th 10:45 Whitson, Tony ­ University of Delaware. W 5:00 Williams, Kelton ­ Texas A&M University. W 10:45 Willis, Jessica ­ Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. W 5:00 Wilson, Anna ­ Chapman University. W 10:45. W 1:15 Winfield, Ann Gibson ­ Roger Williams University. W 1:15. W 5:00. Th 12:00 Wiseman, Dawn ­ University of Alberta. Th 9:35 Wooten, Sara Carrigan ­ Brandeis University. F 8:30 Xu, Yuzhen ­ Capital Normal University (Beijing, China). W 5:00 Yu, Jie ­ Louisiana State University. W 5:00 Zanoni, Joseph ­ University of Illinois at Chicago. Th 1:15

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