This year’s conference theme, “Collective Scholarship for Public Pedagogy and Against Empire,” highlights the role of educational scholars in anti-oppressive movement building, particularly when we produce scholarship collectively and leverage it for public pedagogy. Sessions will feature projects by teams of scholars that aim to raise public awareness or influence educational policy and practice — as well as strategies to build our capacity for such interventions. The 13th Conference returns to Honolulu, Hawai‘i, and in collaboration with our partners and in solidarity with local movements for justice, presentations highlight anti-oppressive education that challenges U.S. and other imperialisms locally and around the world.

Registration is free to any UH faculty, staff, or student.

October 12–14, 2023
University Laboratory School 1776 University Ave. Hon, HI 96822
Hosted by:
UH Mānoa College of Education
University Laboratory School
Hawai‘i Scholars for Education and Social Justice
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