This last Friday I had the pleasure of submitting my complete and now copyedited manuscript for my first book. What a wondrous privilege it is to put words to paper and have others think them worthy of being read by a broader community; I am humbled by the opportunity. I am also, frankly, terrified by it. For although I have published articles before, the immutability of ‘paper’ has taken on a new significance in my mind.
The Ethnography in Education Research Forum is a conference held annually at the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Education. It is one very much shaped by graduate students, as organizers, presenters, and attendees, and one of the first venues where I presented my ideas to a community of scholars. Attendees come from around the world of course, but I highly recommend it for those in the region who want to share their ideas, as it is very much a regional hub for ethnographic thought in education. And, although rooted in ethnography, it has expanded to be an inclusive space for qualitative researchers in education of every stripe.
Is this the real life, is it just fantasy? DISCOVERING THE PAST AND THE FUTURE IN THE EDUCATIONAL PRESENT
Saturday, November 19, 2016: 10:15 AM-12:00 PM
Delighted that our session was accepted for 115th Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, coming up in November 2016.