FEBRUARY 21-23, 2003
Silencing Dissent: Categorization, Regulation and the Patrolling of Identity
Friday, February 21, 2003
Welcome and Introduction of Keynote speaker
Christine Sleeter, Adrienne Dixson, Carol Wright
Pedro Noguera, PhD
Judith K. Dimon Professor in Communities and Schools, Harvard University, Graduate School of Education
“The Role of Sociological Research in Responding to the Challenges Confronting Urban Schools”
Saturday, February 22, 2003
Panel One: Rethinking Race & Racism: Explorations of Key Analytic Concepts
Amanda Lewis, PhD, University of Illinois-Chicago. Race as Symbolic Capital: Understanding the Direct Effect of Race on School Outcomes
Tyrone Forman, PhD, University of Illinois-Chicago. Color-blind Racism and Racial Indifference: The Anatomy of Racial Prejudice in the Post-Civil Rights Era
John Diamond, PhD, University of Illinois-Chicago. From Individual to Institutional Habitus: The Role Of Schools In Generating And Reinforcing Dominant Cultural Values.
Panel Two: Race, Identity and Latino Youth
Eddie Fergus, PhD, Metis Associates, Inc. “I Can Pass As Anything Except White”: Mexican And Puerto Rican Students’ Accounts Of Self-Identification And External Interpretations Of Their Skin Color
Melissa Moreno, University of Utah. Trans(local)national Identities and Social Networks: Theorizing Practices and Notions of Leadership
Kristen Hull Cortes, University of California-Berkeley. “I’ll See You One Spanish Girl, Raise You One Mien Boy:” The Sorting Mechanisms At Work (And At Play) In An Urban Elementary School
Panel Three: Sociological Effect of Empowerment: Identity Development, Delinquency and Surveillance
Jennifer Obidah, PhD, University of California at Los Angeles. From “‘Behavior Student’ to ‘Juvenile Delinquent’: Transforming Student Identities through the School to Juvenile Court
Kiran Katira University of New Mexico, The Arrested Racial Identity Development Of East Indians
Tryon Woods, University of California-Irvine. Education for Decolonization: Situating September 11th
Panel Four: Sociological Perspectives on Identity and Pedagogy
Nina Asher, PhD, Louisiana State University. At the Interstices: Postcolonial and Feminist Perspectives on Identities and (Multi)cultures in Education
Nikola Hobbel, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Regulating the Imagined Subject: The Making of the Multicultural Teacher
Theodorea Berry Ed.D, University of Illinois at Chicago. Black on Black Education: Engaged Pedagogy for/by African American Students in a Teacher Education Program in the South
Anita Leal-Idrogo, PhD, San Francisco State University & Nathalie D. Mizelle, PhD, San Francisco State University. Interracial Interaction Disability?: The Case Of African-American Women And Latinas In Higher Education.
SEA Business Meeting, 4:00-5:00pm
Dinner, 6:00-7:30 pm
Joyce King, PhD
Distinguished Fellow, Southern Education Foundation, Atlanta, GA and Visiting Scholar, Agnes Scott College
“Anything But African OR Transformative Black Education for Human Freedom?”
Sunday, February 23, 2003
Panel Five: Transformation in the Margins: (Re) Reading and
(De)Inscribing Institutionalized Constructions of Identity.
David A. Quijada, PhD, University of California, Berkeley, (Re)Situating Youth Culture: Dismantling Oppression through Youth Coalition Building
Patricia D. Quijada, University of Wisconsin – Madison & Leticia Alvarez, University of Wisconsin – Madison, (Re)Claiming Indigenous Parent-Youth Relationships: Negotiating Cultural Identity and Parental Practice.
Enrique Sepúlveda, University of California, Davis,Creating and Competing for Social Space: The Agency and Voice of Chicano and Mexican Immigrant Youth in a Continuation High School
Thao Mai, University of California, Davis, Conflict and Authenticity in Vietnamese Immigrants Students’ Negotiation ofIdentity in a Campus Organization
Karen Ann Watson-Gegeo, University of California, Davis, (Re)Reading Identity from Behind the Mask: Disability and Transformation in a Patient Community
Panel Six: Sociological Perspectives on Racial Categorization and Technology
Natasha Howard, University of New Mexico & Ricky Lee Allen, PhD, University of New Mexico. The Latin Americanization of the Racial Order: Rethinking
the Social Context of Multiculturalism in the U.S.
Anthony Villarreal, University of California-Santa Cruz. Virtual Braceros: A High-Tech Industry/High school Partnership and the “Digital Divide” in Silicon Valley, 1980-2000.