Call For Proposals: 2022 CASE/CSA Education Webinar Series

We are excited to announce the call for proposals for our 2022 webinar series, jointly facilitated by with the Canadian Association for the Study of Education. Please see below for important details. All proposals should be emailed to Dr. Yoon at We are happy to answer any inquiries about this webinar series and the call for proposals. Please share this call widely amongst your network of colleagues and graduate students!

 Potential Topics and Themes 

  • Disability
    • Experiences of disabled faculty and students (e.g. time to completion) 
    • Academic ableism; medicalization of the accommodations process 
  • Indigeneity
    • Reconciliation, Indigenization, and decolonization in educational spaces 
    • Decolonial and/or anti-oppressive theorizing 
  • Race and Racism 
  • Socio-economic factors/determinants 
  • Intersectionality 
  • Education data
    • Challenges of accessing education data 
    • Innovative ways to collect education data (e.g. student mobility or race/racism) 
  • Student mobility (Post-secondary pathways/ Transfer pathways)
    • Exploration and analysis of linear and non-linear pathways to and through post-secondary education 
  • Urban education
    • Poverty, educational inequality, and urban inequality 
  • The privatization and/or marketization of Canadian education (at all education levels) 
  • “Back to normal”- the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on education 
  • Theorizing education and educational institutions
    • Theoretical contributions to our understanding of education and educational institutions in Canada 
  • Other themes
    • Immigration, forced displacement, and refugee populations 
    • Issues in rural education 
    • Methodological perspectives, challenges, and advancements in sociology of education research 

Five sessions: (Fourth Thursdays) 

  • Oct 27, 2022; Nov 24, 2022; Jan 26, 2023; Mar 23, 2023; Apr 27, 2023 
  • 12 pm – 1:15 pm Eastern Time 

Session structure 

  • One emerging scholar and one established scholar 
  • Introduction (5 min); Presentations (20 min each, total of 40 min); Q & A (30 min) 


  • July 28th (midnight Eastern Time): Deadline for accepting proposal submissions 
  • August 31st (midnight Eastern Time): Send notifications of acceptances and declines 
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