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FROM: IEN List
DATE: June 1, 2016
J’net AyAy Qwa Yak Sheelth B.A., M.A.
(One who gives away and still stands tall)
Indigenous Outreach & Learning Coordinator
World Wisdom about & for Social Change
The Love-of-Wisdom/Knowledge Inquiries (LOWKI) project at OISE, University of Toronto, invites presentation proposals for part-of-day seminars, welcoming and seeing off the Annual Meeting of the Philosphy of Education Society, to be held in Toronto, on March 17-21, and the Racialized and Indigenous Students’ Experience (RISE) Summit, this year in Toronto as well, on March 19-21.
The LOWKI Seminars will provide a friendly, interactive forum – with a relaxed schedule – on March 16-17 & 21-22 (depending on participants’ indicated availability – see below). They are intended to encourage explorations into various “wisdom”/”knowledge” traditions from around the world, both ancient and recent, that promise to energize inter- and trans-paradigm/worldview formats of inquiry and modes of being/acting, as illustrated, e.g., by George Sefa Dei’s edited volume Indigenous Philosophies and Critical Education (2011); Scott Pratt’s Native Pragmatism: Examining the Roots of American Philosophy (2002); Daniel Vokey’s Moral Discourse in a Pluralistic World (2001), among a number of others.
Event updates: see dedicated section @ Mutual Worlds ~ Mutual Cultures blog.
CALL FOR PAPERS [extended]
You can adhere to the standard academic presentation style, and you are likewise welcome to explore multimedia and artistic formats of communication and expression. After all, true philosophical vision lives across disciplines, within as well as beyond academia, and we look forward to partaking of your project and your vision of a shared-planet future!
I. Paper submissions (single-authored and co-authored) should include:
II. Themed panel, workshop, art session proposals, of approximately 2 -3 pages, should include:
In the body of the submission, please include:
We look forward to your contributions at firstname.lastname@example.org by February 29, 2016.
March 16: Keynotes & Roundtables
March 17: Keynotes & Experiential Spaces
March 21 & 22: Panels & Interactive Sessions
If capacity allows, more artist features will be added
You can meet the artists below, and others, at the B.A.N.D. Exhibition at 1 Lansdowne (& Queen) in Toronto
For starters, how about checking out their websites by clicking the images below 🙂 Ashley, for some projects in collaboration with friend Jessica, captures your imagination and moves your heart with bold-coloured prints, tasteful jewellery, and more:
A multi-talented artist, Roxane creates with colour and shape, text on a page or on material with — and for — strength of spirit, touching beauty, and daring inspiration.