Co-Creating Knowledge for Justice
There is an exciting resurgence in critical public scholarship: a push for universities to reach beyond their academic audiences and build stronger community-university partnerships to jointly tackle pressing social issues. Indeed, the complexity and scale of our social ills require not only inter-disciplinary approaches but recognizing the value of community-based knowledge and its potential contribution to developing solutions to pressing problems.
Be a part of this 3-day national conference that focuses on sharing strategies to expand and deepen collaborative approaches for the truly equitable co-production of knowledge. We will explore the dynamic links between campus-community partnerships, hands-on research and student-community engagement. Together we can build partnerships for change. The conference brings together university scholars, community-based practitioners and researchers, undergraduate and graduate students, community members and organizations, foundation program officers, organizers, artists, and activists to share stories, strategies, practices, and solutions for action and the truly equitable co-production of knowledge.
Co-sponsored by Public Scholarship and Engagement
Call for Participation
Seeking ideas for workshops, posters, presentations, papers, art work or performances addressing how we build truly equitable partnerships for critical collaborative research, action and social justice.
Who can submit?
- Community Organizations
- Research/Action Teams
To apply, please fill out an interest/proposal submission form, including a brief summary of how you or your team would like to participate/what you would like to present. The diverse programming will include invited panel discussions involving multiple perspectives and stakeholders, paper presentations, short talks, interactive workshops, performances, and art exhibits. Sessions will be organized thematically, based on abstracts received. Those who wish to have their work considered for a special issue of Civic Sociology, a new open-access journal from UC Press, should indicate their interest on the submission form and submit full drafts of papers prior to the meeting.