SAN DIEGO, CA, USA  - CONFERENCE SITE 2022

2022 AAACS Annual Conference
April 19 - April 21, 2022
    



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2022 Annual Conference


Curriculum Studies in the Anthropocene

The 2016 AAACS call invited members to consider the ways in which we are “confronting and working through cataclysmic climate change, global refugee crises, epistemic violence of racism and other forms of oppression.” The challenge that we presented then involved an idea of “work[ing] together to heal ourselves and our communities even as we try to heal the earth.” In the spirit of the late, great Maxine Greene, we invited radical reimaginings of education that might lead to transformative actions aimed at making the world a more habitable and hospitable place. In this year’s call, we draw attention again to these crises and invite members to address what it might mean to live as humans during a time of human-driven death and dislocation, of projected climate tipping points, and increasingly likely end time scenarios. What might it mean to carry oneself with awareness and compassion amidst species extinctions, collapsing ecospheres, and the other anticipated disruptions on our horizon?