Curriculum Camp is organized by the Curriculum Theory Project and Curriculum Theory Graduate Student Collaborative. Curriculum Camp is designed to showcase the work of graduate students in the broad fields of curriculum theory, curriculum studies, and education. Each year, Curriculum Camp features papers and round tables/panels presented by graduate students on a range of topics: curriculum theory, gender, race, culture, higher education research (K-20), policy analysis, political and/or intellectual thought (including but not limited to narrative inquiry, feminism, postmodernism and poststructuralism, queer theory, new materialism, chaos theory & complexity theory, etc.).
Curriculum Camp 2022 - March 11-12
We are hosting LSU Curriculum Camp 2022 virtually via Zoom.
Fireside Chat Speaker - Gloria Ladson-Billings, PhD
Gloria Ladson-Billings earned her PhD in Curriculum & Teacher Education from Stanford University. She retired in 2018 as the Kellner Family Distinguished Professor of Urban Education in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction and was faculty affiliate in the Department of Educational Policy Studies at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She is the president of National Academy of Education, and fellow at the British Academy, the American Academy of Arts & Sciences and the American Educational Research Association.
The Fireside Chat will be livestreamed.
Interested in Submitting a Proposal?
Proposal submissions consist of a 500 word maximum summary on a host of subjects, such as: curriculum theory, gender, race & culture studies, human resource management, higher education research, policy analysis, political and/or intellectual thought (including but not limited to narrative inquiry and feminism, post-colonialism, poststructuralism, postmodernism, posthumanism, new materialism, queer theory, chaos & complexity theory, and content-area specific research). Submission of a proposal is a professional commitment to present at the conference.
Potential submissions include: completed Research for Panels, Concept Papers, Data Gathering Stage, Paper proposals, Emerging Ideas/In-progress, Work Conceptualizing Research, Research in Progress, and Theoretical Papers.
Submission - February 11
Decisions announced - February 16
For questions or to receive more information about Curriculum Camp, please email the Curriculum Theory Graduate Student Collaborative here.