IN Conversation Series
IN Conversation is an ongoing IUME series inviting members of the TC community and beyond to engage with experts about timely issues related to education. IN conversation events may be dialogues, colloquia, research presentations, panel discussions, screenings, or work sessions with a goal of facilitating generative discourse, research, and/ or practice on issues relevant to urban and minority education
IMFAMOUS FUTURE: THE UNTOLD STORY OF NEW YORK CITY’S EAGLE ACADEMY
IN CONVERSATION – A Film Screening & Panel | MARCH 26th, 2019
This film screening of The IMFAMOUS FUTURE documentary and talk back was hosted by Dr. Mark Gooden, Christian A. Johnson Professor in Education Leadership with David Banks, CEO of the Eagle Academy Foundation and John Campbell, Writer and Executive Producer, INFAMOUS FUTURE. This event was co-hosted alongside by the office of Diversity and Community Affairs to highlight the new documentary that focuses on the inspiring educators and exceptional students of the Eagle Academy For Young Men schools in New York City.
To watch the recording of the IN Conversation Panel, please click here.
RESEARCHING BLACK EDUCATION AND LEADERSHIP IN THE POST-CIVIL RIGHTS ERA FROM EQUITY TO EMANCIPATION
WITH DR. SONYA HORSFORD | MAY 9TH, 2018
As part of IUME’s IN Conversation series, Professor Horsford and IUME Graduate Fellow, Phillip A. Smith discussed Dr. Horsford’s current research interests focused on the politics of race, urban school leadership, and education policy in the post-Civil Rights Era. Discussion also included Dr. Horsford’s latest initiative, the Research Collective on Black Education & Leadership (RCBEL), which aims to generate cross-disciplinary research and dialogue related to the education and leadership of African-descendant people and integrate Black epistemologies and perspectives in education research, policy, and advocacy.
For further information please contact Phillip A. Smith at email@example.com
BLACK PANTHER AND THE SUPERHERO AS EDUCATION: A PANEL DISCUSSION ON THE FILM AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR EDUCATION, RESEARCH, AND PRACTICE
IN CONVERSATION PANEL | APRIL 28, 2018
This panel discussion took place during the annual Teachers College Diversity in Education Conference last April, and explored the historical, literary and STEM focused themes depicted in the movie and its relevance to educational practice. Panelist included: Rhonesha Blaché, M.Ed. IUME Doctoral Fellow, Teachers College; Lee Bynum, History and Education Doctoral Student, Teachers College; Cally Waite, Ph.D. Associate Professor of History & Education, Teachers College; and Ade L. Williams, Writer and Former DC Comics Editor. The event was moderated by Dr. Felicia Mensah, Associate Dean and Professor of Science Education at Teachers College.