- How do issues of sexuality, gender, and identity transform (and become transformed by) school settings and cultures, particularly when perceived as “too controversial”?
- How are learning and teaching grounded in, affected by, and inspired by sexualities, genders, and other identifications including heteronormativity?
- When sexualities, genders, and other identities are explored, what is the “value added” as well as the tensions, challenges and obstacles? How can we resolve them?
- How have technologies contributed to broader understandings of how sexualities, genders, and other identifications play out (or should play out) in education?
- What are current constructions and manifestations of queer pedagogy and how do they parallel (or not) other critical approaches to teaching?
- How have shifts in public attitudes and social policies affected the realities of students, teachers, administrators, and staff, including any resultant backlash, assumptions about assimilation, and attitudes about what curriculum should include?
Papers that connect the issues and themes of “Sexuality, Gender, Identity, and Education” to classroom practices and student/teacher experiences are of particular interest.
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Submission deadline: Tuesday, February 17, 2015
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