Hosted by The University of Tennessee College of Education
Shiloh Room in the University Center
Call for Papers:
The 6th Annual Southeastern Association of Educational Studies (SEAES) is being hosted and sponsored by the University of Tennessee’s College of Education and the Department of Cultural Studies. The SEAES was created six years ago as a regional forum for the promotion and dissemination of research in the areas of sociology, anthropology, history and philosophy of education. Following five successful meetings in North Carolina (three years), Alabama, and Virginia, SEAES 2001 will take place in Knoxville, Tennessee beginning Friday, March 9 and concluding Sunday, March 11.
In keeping with the theme of the conference, we especially encourage paper proposals that focus on service learning and/or action research projects; however, we would welcome proposals on a wide variety of educational topics including, but not limited to: multiculturalism, antiracist education, standardization in education, and vouchers. Proposals for paper presentations and works in progress are welcome. Individuals who engage in educational studies outside of schools of education are encouraged to attend
and participate— elementary and secondary educators are especially welcome. Graduate students are highly encouraged to submit proposals and to attend as this conference provides an excellent and valuable venue to present some of your research interests.
**Deadline to submit proposals: December 11, 2000**
Please visit our website for submission information.
Adam Renner or
Dept. of Cultural Studies and Educational Administration
1914 Andy Holt Avenue
University of TN
Knoxville, TN 37996
865-974-8768 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the website at http://web.utk.edu/~seaes/
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