SOCIETY OF PHILOSOPHY AND HISTORY OF EDUCATION
INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR EDUCATIONAL BIOGRAPHY
Clayton Plaza Hotel, Clayton, MO
Roy Tamashiro, Webster
William Fridley, SEOSU
Ralph Olliges, Webster University
Editors, Journal of Philosophy and History of Education,
Stacey Otto, Illinois State University
Virginia Worley, Oklahoma State
Ralph Olliges, Webster University
Linda Morice, Southern Illinois University,
David Snelgrove, Oklahoma State University
Prairie Parnell, Tarleton State University
Ed Janak, University of Toledo
Roy Tamashiro, Webster University
Penny Craig, Ball State University
Lora Helvie-Mason, Tarleton State University
Vitae Scholasticae Editor,
Lucy Bailey, Oklahoma State University
THE EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS SOCIETY MEETING
Thursday 9:00 AM
10:00 AM, 2021 William E. Drake Lecture by Lucy Bailey, OSU,
SOPHE/ISEB presentations begin 1:00 PM Thursday.
Depending on focus of submissions, the program will have topical sessions that include philosophy of education, history of education, educational praxis, issues in education, and educational biography, among others.
Thursday, ISEB Presidential Address and Banquet, Edward Janak, University of Toledo,
Friday, SOPHE Presidential Address and Luncheon, Roy Tamashiro, Webster University,
Friday, SOPHE/ISEB Reception
SOPHE/ISEB ends Saturday afternoon.
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SOPHE CALL FOR PAPERS AND CONFERENCE INFORMATION
In light of the current situation with the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic, the uncertainty about the response of our various states and institutions, and the possibility of an increasing danger in the Fall, the SOPHE Executive Committee has approved the delay of the October 1-3, 2020 meeting to September 30-October 2, 2021. The Current Officers, Drake Lecture, and Presidential Address will also be postponed to that time.
We will have a virtual meeting. Possibilities include publication of an online proceeding with submitted Word documents, an audio upload to the SOPHE website, uploaded video presentations, Zoom presentations, etc. Any ideas, thoughts, or suggestions would be welcome.
Jophe volume 70 is in publication process, a Volume 71 Call for Manuscripts will come after October 3 open to those who participate in the virtual meeting whatever the format or from $50 membership update.
SOPHE is an international conference that encourages and provides a forum for scholarship in the philosophical, historical, and social foundations of education, educational biography, pedagogical praxis, and the education-liberal arts nexus. For its scholarly presentations, SOPHE prefers argumentative, thesis-driven papers, clearly linked to larger philosophical, historical, and social issues concerning education (including higher education) as a social institution and the connections between education and the liberal arts including biography, history, literature, the sciences, and mathematics. Depending on focus of submissions, the program will have topical sessions that include philosophy of education, history of education, educational praxis, issues in education, and educational biography, among others. We invite proposals from scholars in colleges of education and arts and sciences, graduate students, and independent scholars.Individual presentations should be timed to finish within the strict limit of TWENTY (20) MINUTES.
2020 Conference Membership Registration $50.
Graduate Student Membership Registration, $30.
REGISTRATION required for presentation.
Graduate student presentations are encouraged.Proposals should be 200-300 word abstracts or summaries of the presentation which may be published in an online Proceedings.
Versions of presentations may be submitted for publication in the refereed Journal of Philosophy and History of Education and may be up to 15 double spaced pages (4500 words).
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