The Canadian History of Education Association/Association Canadienne d'histoire de l'éducation (CHEA/ACHÉ) invites proposals for its 2010 conference in Toronto (21-24 October), sponsored by the Faculty of Education at York University. The conference theme is “Education in Tough Times – Tough Times in Education.”
CHEA/ACHÉ welcomes proposals on all subjects in the history of education from graduate students, independent scholars, and from new and established scholars. We especially encourage individual papers or panels that address – from an historical perspective – any aspect of education or schooling as it relates to difficult times, crisis, adversity, or ‘toughness.’
For all individual and panel proposals, please include the name, institutional affiliation (if any), contact address and email of the presenter, a 250 word abstract, as well as a one-page curriculum vitae that provides details such as publications and current research interests. For panel proposals, please include this information for each presenter, as well as a one-page proposal for the entire session.
Proposals should be submitted by email in a Word or Word compatible file to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than January 8, 2010.
Inquiries should be directed to Paul Axelrod, President, CHEA/ACHÉ, at email@example.com. Information on the Canadian History of Education Association can be found at http://www.ache-chea.ca.
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