The proposal deadline has passed, and the conference program is now set. 

from the original Call for Proposals …

Possible topics include:

  • From “Letters from Birmingham Jail” to Between the World and Me: rhetorical approaches to injustice
  • “This is America”: how is music and poetry have a unique role the fight for justice?
  • Abigail Fisher, Affirmative Action, and teaching the history of (in)equity in education
  • Feminist utopias/dystopias: the future as allegory for the present
  • Consider presentations or panels that address race, justice, crime and punishment, activism, social change — past and present, locally and nationally, in educational and political settings, in local and national conversations.
  • Consider presenting best practices — proven and adaptable classroom lessons and projects on the topics above.

Note that you may submit your own 50-minute session or team up with up to two other teachers producing lessons and/or projects on similar topics.

Please use the form below to submit your proposal for CASE , or email proposals directly to Bernie Heidkamp (bheidkamp [AT] or Katy Newcomb (knewcomb [AT]