THE DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AND EDUCATIONAL POLICY STUDIES
AND THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AT LOYOLA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO
WITH FUNDING FROM THE SPENCER FOUNDATION PRESENT:
THEORIZING GUN VIOLENCE IN SCHOOLS
October 25th, 2014 join us for free and open conference.
For more information, contact Dr. Amy Shuffelton, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Located at the Loyola University Water Tower Campus, in the Corboy Law Room
Presentations will address a range of relevant questions, including: Why are schools stages for gun violence? What might school shootings say about schools' education of students' emotions? What part does masculine honor play? How does violence look from an international perspective? What are appropriate policy responses to gun violence in schools?
8:30-9 Registration and Coffee
9-10:15 Bryan Warnick, Ohio State University “Gun Violence and the Meaning of American Schooling”
Barbara Stengel, Vanderbilt University, " The Impact of Discouraging Discourse"
10:30-12 Deron Boyles and Gabriel Keehn, Georgia State University, "Sense, Nonsense, and Violence: Levinas and the Internal Logic of School Shootings"Harvey Shapiro, Northeastern University, “When the Exception is the Rule: School Shootings, Bare Life, and the Sovereign Self.”
1-2:15 Amy Shuffelton, Loyola University Chicago, "'Consider Your Man Card Reissued': Masculine Honor and Gun Violence"
Jane O'Dea, University of Lethbridge, "Media and Violence: Does McLuhan Provide a Connection?"
2:30-4 Dianne Gereluk, University of Calgary, "The Nature of Risk on Curricular Practice: The Canadian Context"
Aislinn O'Donnell, Limerick University, "Conversations, curriculum and violence"
4-5 Wrap Up, Chris Higgins, University of Illinois Champagne Urbana