You are invited to submit a proposal to Division F, History and Historiography, for the American Educational Research Association meeting in San Diego, which will be held during the week of April 12-16, 2004. Please submit your proposal though the website (below).
All Academic is the electronic system for proposals. In order to submit a proposal you will need your AERA Member ID number. If you are not a member, please join before submitting a proposal. If you do not know your number, you may request it online. (The AERA office plans to send all members their Member ID number in mid-July.) Please note that this number differs from the conference registration number you receive each time you register for the annual meeting.
In order to avoid overloading the AERA office with questions as we near the deadline, I suggest that you log on and try out the meeting website well before the deadline of August 1. Please note that you can begin your submission process at any time and continue it later. You do not have to complete the entire proposal before you log off for the day. Only when you click the "submit" button will the process end.
All proposals must be submitted by 11:59 PM Pacific Time on August 1, 2003. The number of sessions allocated to Division F depends on the number of proposals received, so please consider sending in a proposal. The variety of formats are explained on the website. Here are some details about the Call for Papers from Division F.
Divsion F: History and Historiography
The Division F Program Committee is interested in all periods and topics in the history of education, broadly defined to include public and nonpublic schools, collegiate institutions, and institutions of informal education such as the family, childhood and adolescence, the media, and social welfare organizations. This year we are particularly interested in historical scholarship that enriches our understanding of Brown v. Board of Education and the University of Michigan Affirmative Action cases. We are also especially interested in scholarship that deepens our understanding of the experiences of underrepresented groups, and that uses innovative theoretical frameworks. In particular, we are actively seeking studies on the history of women in education as well as African American, Latino/a, Asian American, and Native American education. We also invite historical studies on the comparative origins of mass schooling; childhood, adolescence, and the family; sexuality and education; urban education; Southern education; nonpublic education; education as a discipline; the implications of history research for contemporary education policy and practice; education and state formation; pre-capitalist forms of education such as church schools or apprenticeships; colonial education (in the United States and elsewhere); and education in newly independent countries.
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