Since 2005, The Landscape of Urban Education Lecture Series is dedicated to the presentation of current ideas and strategies for navigating urban education terrain in the United States. The speakers engaged for this series are well renowned scholars committed to revitalizing inclusive urban education. The School of Education invites all students, alumni, staff, faculty, and friends in the community to experience these presentations.
A generous gift by School of Education Board of Visitors member Jeryl Mitchell ’81, G’83 named the lecture series in honor of retiring Dean Douglas P. Biklen. This will allow the lecture series to continue its mission and expand its audience and national reach for many years to come.
All events are free and open to the public and CART open captioning will be provided. For more information call 315.443.4696.
The Douglas P. Biklen Landscape of Urban Education Lecture Series in partnership with the Department of Writing Studies, Rhetoric, and Composition With Maisha T. Winn, University of California, Davis In her book Justice on Both Sides: Transforming Education Through Restorative Justice, Winn asserts that four pedagogical stances: History Matters; Race Matters; Justice Matters; and Language Matters are essential for learning communities to engage in their pursuit of justice. In this talk, Winn argues for a fifth pedagogical stance, Futures Matter,…Find out more »