2010 Race and Pedagogy National Conference

Building on the success of the 2006 Race and Pedagogy National Conference and the sustained efforts of Puget Sound faculty, staff, students, and community partners, the University of Puget Sound presented its second national conference with the theme “Teaching and Learning for Justice: Danger and Opportunity in Our Critical Moment” on October 28-30, 2010.

The 2010 National Conference wishes to express our appreciation to 200+ presenters and 800+ participants who took part in dialogue, questioning, redefining, and exploring:

  • The critical moments of possibilities and pitfalls in education, the arts, and society;
  • Innovations in partnerships for educational justice;
  • Dilemmas and new directions in pedagogy about race.

Thank you to our plenary speakers for their inspiring and motivating speeches. 



Professor Mark McPhail, University
of Wisconsin-Whitewater
 

Dr. Lani Guinier

Professor Lani Guinier,
Harvard Law School

Dr. Freeman Hrabowski

President Freeman Hrabowski III,
University of Maryland
Baltimore
County

Dr. Richard Delgado

Professor Richard Delgado,
Seattle University, School of Law

Dr. Jean Stefancic

Professor Jean Stefancic, Seattle University, School
of Law