symposium at UNM Oct. 26
border, school communities' work examined
roles and responsibilities of researchers and their subjects
in indigenous, border and school communities will be explored
at the 10th Annual Inter-American Symposium on Ethnographic
and Qualitative Research in Education Wednesday, Oct. 23 - Saturday,
Oct. 26 at the Science and Technology Research Park.
is hosted by the UNM College of Education (COE) Office of Latin
American Programs in Education, now a part of the Multicultural
Bilingual Education Center, and the COE Department of Language,
Literacy and Sociocultural Studies.
day of the symposium is open to the public. Cost is $10 for
the day and $5 after 4 p.m. An opening ceremony will take place
at 9 a.m. followed by talks featuring lead experts in the field.
is Research and Community, Collaboration and Learning.
Three aspects of research will be discussed:
and responsibilities of researchers, with particular attention
to researchers who are members of the communities
and responsibilities of researchers, with attention to those
researchers who are members of the communities they research
and complexity of the research process in diverse communities,
including the use and ownership of research findings.
questions to be explored are: what defines an indigenous, border
or school community? How does institutional research intersect
with indigenous self-determination and educational policy? How
does the research process help collaboration and learning?
presenters include: Guillermina Engelbrecht, Ph.D., director
of COE Latin American Programs in Education at UNM, and Ann
Nihlen, Ph.D., chair of COE Language, Literacy and Sociocultural
presenters include Joseph Suina, Rebecca Blum-Martinez and Christine
Sims, UNM and Cochiti Pueblo.
UNM graduate students will present.
information, call 277-3910.