Anti-Racist Pedagogies Workshop

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October 29, 2022
8:00AM - 5:00PM
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Hagerty Hall 180

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Add to Calendar 2022-10-29 08:00:00 2022-10-29 17:00:00 Anti-Racist Pedagogies Workshop Join us on Saturday, October 29th, 8 AM - 5 PM in Hagerty Hall 180 for an Anti-racist Pedagogies Workshop, featuring invited scholars LJ Randolph, José Magro, and María Cioè-Peña. Breakfast and coffee will be provided; dietary restrictions can be indicated using the registration link below. Guest Scholars: LJ Randolph, University of Wisconsin-Madison L. J. Randolph teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Spanish language, contemporary Latinx cultures, and second language teaching methods. His research interests have focused on a variety of critical issues in language education, including the teaching of Spanish to heritage and native speakers and the incorporation of social justice-oriented pedagogies in the language classroom.           José Magro, University of Maryland Raised in Alcorcón, Madrid, and a long-time resident of Brooklyn, José Magro comes to us with a rich background as a Spanish rap artist with a BS in Social Psychology, a certified New York State 7-12 Spanish teacher with a MEd, and a PhD in Hispanic Linguistics. His dissertation was titled "Language and Racism-Motivation, linguistic proficiency and awareness in the Spanish as a second language classroom: Integration of contents related to the socio-political nature of language in a content-based approach." His primary areas of research are sociolinguistics, critical applied linguistics, bilingualism, language and identity, language ideologies, glotopolitics, Spanish as a heritage language in the USA, and, very particularly, Hip-Hop and explicitly anti-racist pedagogy development.   María Cioè-Peña, University of Pennsylvania María Cioè-Peña earned her PhD in Urban Education from The Graduate Center - City University of New York, where she was also an Advance Research Collaborative fellow and a Presidential MAGNET Fellow. She is a bilingual/biliterate education researcher and educator who examines the intersections of disability, language, school-parent partnerships and education policy. Taking a sociolinguistic approach and stance, she pushes and reimagines the boundaries of inclusive spaces for minoritized children. Stemming from her experiences as a former bilingual special education teacher, María’s research focuses on bilingual children with dis/abilities, their families and their ability to access multilingual and inclusive learning spaces within public schools. Her interests are deeply rooted in political economy, raciolinguistic perspectives and critical dis/ability awareness within schools and families.   Register to Attend Advanced Text For questions and additional information, email Lauren Miranda at Miranda.137@buckeyemail.osu.edu.   This event is co-sponsored by the Department of Spanish & Portuguese, Center for Latin American Studies, College of Arts and Sciences - Division of Arts & Humanities, Michael V. Drake Institute for Teaching & Learning, Department of Comparative Studies, Department of French & Italian, Center for Language, Literatures, & Cultures, the BuckLER Center of the College of Education & Human Ecology, and Department of Linguistics. CLAS contributions are made possible through Title VI funding from the US Department of Education. Hagerty Hall 180 Spanish & Portuguese spanport@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Join us on Saturday, October 29th, 8 AM - 5 PM in Hagerty Hall 180 for an Anti-racist Pedagogies Workshop, featuring invited scholars LJ Randolph, José Magro, and María Cioè-Peña.

Breakfast and coffee will be provided; dietary restrictions can be indicated using the registration link below.


Guest Scholars:

LJ Randolph, University of Wisconsin-Madison

LJ Randolph

L. J. Randolph teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Spanish language, contemporary Latinx cultures, and second language teaching methods. His research interests have focused on a variety of critical issues in language education, including the teaching of Spanish to heritage and native speakers and the incorporation of social justice-oriented pedagogies in the language classroom.

 

 

 

 

 

José Magro, University of Maryland

José Magro

Raised in Alcorcón, Madrid, and a long-time resident of Brooklyn, José Magro comes to us with a rich background as a Spanish rap artist with a BS in Social Psychology, a certified New York State 7-12 Spanish teacher with a MEd, and a PhD in Hispanic Linguistics. His dissertation was titled "Language and Racism-Motivation, linguistic proficiency and awareness in the Spanish as a second language classroom: Integration of contents related to the socio-political nature of language in a content-based approach." His primary areas of research are sociolinguistics, critical applied linguistics, bilingualism, language and identity, language ideologies, glotopolitics, Spanish as a heritage language in the USA, and, very particularly, Hip-Hop and explicitly anti-racist pedagogy development.

 

María Cioè-Peña, University of Pennsylvania

María Cioè-Peña

María Cioè-Peña earned her PhD in Urban Education from The Graduate Center - City University of New York, where she was also an Advance Research Collaborative fellow and a Presidential MAGNET Fellow. She is a bilingual/biliterate education researcher and educator who examines the intersections of disability, language, school-parent partnerships and education policy. Taking a sociolinguistic approach and stance, she pushes and reimagines the boundaries of inclusive spaces for minoritized children. Stemming from her experiences as a former bilingual special education teacher, María’s research focuses on bilingual children with dis/abilities, their families and their ability to access multilingual and inclusive learning spaces within public schools. Her interests are deeply rooted in political economy, raciolinguistic perspectives and critical dis/ability awareness within schools and families.

 

Register to Attend

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For questions and additional information, email Lauren Miranda at Miranda.137@buckeyemail.osu.edu.  


This event is co-sponsored by the Department of Spanish & Portuguese, Center for Latin American Studies, College of Arts and Sciences - Division of Arts & Humanities, Michael V. Drake Institute for Teaching & LearningDepartment of Comparative StudiesDepartment of French & ItalianCenter for Language, Literatures, & Cultures, the BuckLER Center of the College of Education & Human Ecology, and Department of Linguistics. CLAS contributions are made possible through Title VI funding from the US Department of Education.