About the Conference. Experience an academic conference focused solely on photovoice! The purpose of this conference is to bring together scholars currently engaged in better understanding and using the photovoice methodology to advance our collective knowledge and application of the approach.
Call for Proposals. We request proposals that fall into one of the following categories: (a) photovoice project, (b) photovoice methodology, or (c) photovoice as pedagogy. Photovoice project refers to presentations wherein researchers who have used photovoice as a methodological approach discuss their work (e.g., discuss project findings). Photovoice methodology refers to presentations wherein aspects of the photovoice methodology and/or methods are discussed (e.g., theoretical underpinnings, camera type used, interview/focus group techniques). Photovoice as pedagogy refers to sessions dedicated to the use of photovoice as a teaching approach (e.g., infusion of a photovoice project into a college course).
A complete proposal includes the following information:
- Corresponding presenter’s name, contact information, and institutional affiliation.
- Co-presenters’ names and institutional affiliations (if applicable).
- Presentation title.
- Abstract of no more than 150 words.
- Categorical designation (photovoice project, photovoice methodology, or photovoice as pedagogy).
Click HERE to submit your proposal. The deadline for proposal submissions is Friday, March 6, 2020, at 5 pm (EST). Acceptance/rejection notice—along with presentation time and location—will be sent to the corresponding presenter via email on or by Friday, April 3, 2020.
Keynote Speaker. This conference will feature a Keynote Address from Dr. Amanda L. Miller, Assistant Professor in the Foundations and Social Advocacy Department at SUNY Cortland. Her scholarly interests focus on the lived experiences of multiply-marginalized girls of color with disabilities (i.e., cerebral palsy, intellectual disability, multiple disabilities, autism, deaf/blindness), teacher preparation for culturally sustaining inclusive education, and family-school-community partnerships with and for families from diverse backgrounds. Amanda’s research is grounded in humanizing approaches to inquiry and framed by critical theories, including Disability Critical Race Theory (DisCrit) and critical spatial theory. She has authored/co-authored eight journal articles and two book chapters and is starting two new research projects in Spring 2020.
Schedule at a Glance.
Saturday, June 6, 2020, 10 am to 4:30 pm
|9 to 10 am||Conference Check-In||Student Center, Room 301|
|10 to 11 am||Conference Welcome and Keynote Address||Student Center, Room 301|
|11:15 am to 12 pm||Concurrent Sessions 1||Student Center, Rooms 302 and 303|
|12 to 1:15 pm||Lunch Break||[lunch on your own]|
|1:15 to 2 pm||Concurrent Sessions 2||Student Center, Rooms 302 and 303|
|2:15 to 3 pm||Concurrent Sessions 3||Student Center, Rooms 302 and 303|
|3:15 to 4:15 pm||Plenary Session||Student Center, Room 301|
|4:15 to 4:30 pm||Closing Remarks and Raffle||Student Center, Room 301|
Conference presenters MUST register for the conference. Email Dr. Amanda O. Latz with questions at email@example.com
Last year’s (2019) conference program. If you are interested in learning about last year’s conference program, here it is Photovoice Conference Program_2019_June 6, 2019.