C&T Colloquium: Collaboration as Ethos, Openness as Orientation, with Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz & Lalitha Vasudevan
- 306 Russell
- 4/9/2013, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Please join Professor Lalitha M. Vasudevan and Professor Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz of the College on Tuesday, April 9 from 7-9 pm in Russell 305 for a colloquium entitled Collaboration as Ethos, Openness as Orientation:
"As friends, colleagues,and co-researchers,we have been in conversation for the past several years about issues for which we share a deep commitment: the literate lives of court-involved youth; the nature and experience of teaching and learning across settings; the promise of critical and social issue media as sites of pedagogy; engaging in research that creates opportunities to do work in the world. During this colloquium, we plan to share our overlapping stories of engaging in multimodal, participatory work with young people, with each other, and with our students and colleagues toward the purposes of researching, teaching, learning, and communicating 'critically, aesthetically, lovingly, and agentively' (Hull, 2003, p. 2300."
Professor Lalitha M. Vasudevan is Associate Professor of Technology and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University in the Communication, Computing, and Technology in Education Program. She engages participatory, ethnographic, and multimodal methodologies to study how youth craft stories, represent themselves, and enact ways of knowing through their engagement with literacies, technologies, and media. Lalitha is co--editor of Arts, Media, and Justice: Multimodal Explorations with Youth (Peter Lang, forthcoming, Summer 2013).
Professor Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz is Assistant Professor at Teachers College, Columbia University. Her research interests include racial literacy development in urban teacher education, critical English Education with Black and Latino male high school students, culturally responsive pedagogy, and the narratives of African American college reentry women. Her work has appeared in Journal of Curriculum & Pedagogy, Urban Review, English Quarterly, Journal of Negro Education, and Adult Education Quarterly, and she is co-editor of a special issue on teacher preparation and the Black community in Journal of Negro Education.
Persons interested in attending may rsvp via online support by Friday, April 5th.
Where: 306 Russell
Initiated in the Fall 2012, the Curriculum and Teaching Colloquium Series serves as a privileged space for students to gain a broader awareness of curricular discussions with international and national scholars.
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