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CFP: 2019 Art Education Research Institute Symposium


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Posted by: Art Education Research Institute / Teachers College, Columbia University
Deadline: Fri, February 1st, 2019

You are invited to submit a proposal for the 2019 Art Education Research Institute Annual Symposium that will be held on September 19th - 21st at Teachers College, Columbia University in New York City, NY. 

The Art Education Research Institute (AERI) is an autonomous, virtual institute comprised of higher educators who are actively involved in the production of research and scholarship in visual arts education. The AERI symposium engages attendees in scholarly and continuing conversations that advance research-informed perspectives, practices, and policies in the field of art education. It supports critical, systematic, empirical, and theoretical research and scholarship that addresses key issues in the field. Further, the symposium promotes a broad range of methodologies and rigorous research practices drawn from the arts, humanities, and social sciences to improve inquiry related to education in and through the arts and visual culture.

We invite proposals for presentations of empirical research and rigorous theoretical investigations. Doctoral students, at or near the dissertation stage, are invited to submit an in-process research proposal for inclusion in a special pecha kucha presentation and mentoring session. 

The call for proposals is attached here and is also available online at aerinstitute.org. Proposals may be submitted using the following link: bit.do/AERI19. The deadline for submitting a proposal is February 1st, 2019. 

Questions regarding AERI’s proposal submission process may be directed to me, Amelia (Amy) Kraehe, Program Coordinator, at akraehe@gmail.com.

Many thanks!
Amy

Amelia (Amy) Kraehe, PhD
Associate Professor of Art and Visual Culture Education
School of Art | University of Arizona
Pronouns: she/her
The University of Arizona is built on the lands of the Tohono O’odham and Pascua Yaqui peoples.

 



Posted on Wed, January 2nd, 2019
Expires on Fri, February 1st, 2019

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