Wisconsin-Spencer Lecture Series

2004-05

Tuesdays @ 3:00 – 4:00 pm
220 Teacher Education Building (unless noted)

* September 22
Gloria J. Ladson-Billings Kellner Family Professor in Urban Education, Curriculum and Instruction
Title: “Landing on the Wrong Note? The Price We Paid for Brown”
* Location changed to 259 Educational Sciences

October 5

Julio D. Pereira
– Advanced Doctoral Student, Curriculum and Instruction
Title: “Reinventing ‘Pedagogy of the Oppressed’: Education in the Landless Workers Movement in Brazil”

October 19

Sara Y. Rab
– Assistant Professor, Educational Policy Studies and Sociology
Geoffrey D. Borman – Associate Professor, Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis and Wisconsin Center for Education Research
Title: “The Secrets to Successful Funding”

November 2

Michael R. Olneck – Professor, Educational Policy Studies and Sociology
Title: “Linguistic Hierarchy and Bilingual Education in the United States”

November 16

Jacqueline Nguyen – Spencer Fellow (4 th Year), Educational Psychology
Title: “From Tommy Hilfiger to ‘Hip Hop’: Hmong Adolescent Use of Cultural Symbols in Identity Construction”

December 7

Charles Read – Dean, School of Education
Hardin L. K. Coleman – Associate Dean, School of Education , and Professor, Counseling Psychology
B. Bradford Brown – Professor, Educational Psychology and Wisconsin Center for Educational Research
Paula M. Wolfe – Assistant Professor, Curriculum and Instruction
Title: “A Future in Academia: Insights into the Hiring Process”

February 1

Kurt D. Squire – Assistant Professor, Curriculum and Instruction
Title: “Games Go to School: Using Immersive Technologies for Learning in School Settings”

February 15

Michael K. Abelson – Spencer Fellow (2000-2001 through 2003-2004), Educational Policy Studies
Title : “The Idea of the University and the European Challenge”

March 1

Mary Haywood
Metz – Professor and Chair, Educational Policy Studies
Simone A. Schweber – Assistant Professor, Curriculum and Instruction and English
David Williamson Shaffer – Assistant Professor, Educational Psychology and Wisconsin Center for Education Research
Title : "Life Within and Beyond the Academy: Is Balance Possible?"

March 15

William J. Reese
– Professor, Educational Policy Studies and History
Title: "Why Americans Love to Reform the Public Schools"

April 5

Kuldhir S. Bhati – Spencer Fellow (3 rd Year), Counseling Psychology
Title: Qualitative Research: Acceptance, Integration and Submission

April 19

Amy E. Stambach
– Associate Professor, Educational Policy Studies and Anthropology
M. Elizabeth Graue – Professor, Curriculum and Instruction and Wisconsin Center for Education Research
Title: “ Stories from the Field: A Panel Discussion on the Dilemmas of Field Research”

* May 3

Colleen A. Capper
– Professor, Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis
Title: “ Epistemological Pluralism and Social Justice: Implications for Our Research, Teaching, and Life”
* Time changed to 2:45-4:00 p.m.

School of Education
UW-Madison
1025 W. Johnson St.
Madison, WI 53706

For more information:
Richard Halverson
DRP Director
halverson@education.wisc.edu
608-265-4772

Al Barnicle abarnicle@wisc.edu