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[xmca] Announcing Summer Institute on Critical PAR June 6 - 10, 2011

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*Critical Participatory**
**Action Research**
**Summer Institute . June 2011*

You are invited to apply to *The Public Science Project’s first annual
Summer Institute on Critical Participatory Action Research** *at The CUNY
Graduate Center.

The Summer Institute on Critical Participatory Action Research is a 5-day
intensive training designed to *introduce* the theory, methods, and ethics
of critical participatory action research (PAR) to graduate students,
faculty, and members of community-based organizations.  Through seminars,
roundtables, and hands-on workshops with experienced PAR researchers,
participants will gain the necessary skills and knowledge to integrate a
critical PAR approach into their scholarship, research, and/or organizing.

*In the Summer Institute you will learn about:*

   - the history, theory, method, & ethics of critical PAR
   - building partnerships with community & community-based organizations
   - creating conditions for meaningful collaboration within research
   - designing critical participatory research with IRBs & community review
   - participatory approaches to methods and analysis: mapping, photo-voice,
   youth-generated surveys, interviews, focus groups
   - engaging the arts and performance as research tool

*In addition, you will:*

   - advance your current projects & develop new research ideas in a
   community of peers and experienced critical PAR researchers (both university
   & community based)
   - join a diverse international network of critical participatory action

*June 6 - 10, 2011*
*The CUNY Graduate Center, NYC*

*Participants will receive a certificate recognizing completion of training
in critical participatory action research.*
**Fees **
*Tuition for the week is $1000. Scholarships may be available upon request.
A range of housing options are available at additional cost.

Michelle Fine
María Elena Torre

*The Public Science
been conducting and supporting critical participatory action research for
over 10 years.  Dedicated to advancing a democratic social science for the
public good, we collaborate with communities to design research and practice
that examines the impact of policy and structural injustice. *Join us!*


*Who Should Apply ?*
The Summer Institute is designed to bring together geographically diverse
participants from universities and community based organizations.  We
encourage  university-community research teams to apply.  Individual
graduate students, faculty, and community workers are also welcome. *
are due February 15th.  *Click here to fill out the on-line

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*Assistant Professor
Social Foundations of Education
Dept. of Curriculum, Foundations, and Reading
Georgia Southern University
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Phone: (912) 478-5125
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