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Saturday, November 2 • 9:00am - 11:00am
Plenary 3: Disrupting the Consequences of Difficult Histories through Education

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This plenary will feature Jabari Mahiri, Briton Family Professor of Urban Education at the University of California, Berkeley and author of Deconstructing Race: Multiculturalism beyond the Color-Bind, Greer Anne Wenh-In Ng, Professor of Religious Education Emeritus at Emanuel College, University of Toronto, Tsafrir Goldberg, Sr. Lecturer in Education at the University of Haifa, and Magda Gross, Sr. Research Associate at the Center to Support Excellence in Teaching, Stanford University.

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Christine Hong

Assistant Professor of Educational Ministries, Columbia Theological Seminary
Dr. Hong is the chair of the Religious Education in Public Life and the Global Community standing committee of the Board of the Religious Education Association.

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Greer Anne Wenh-In Ng

Emerita professor of religious education, Emmanuel College in Victoria University in the University of Toronto
A long-time member of the Association of Professors, Practitioners, and Researchers in Religious Education (APPRRE)-who served on its Executive Committee in 1995-1996, and was President in 2001-2002-REV. DR. GREER ANNE Wenh-In NG (1936-) is currently the only Asian North American... Read More →
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Tsafrir Goldberg

Senior lecturer, University of Haifa
A Bible and history teacher for twelve years, Tsafrir Goldberg's experiences in diverse classrooms in an urban school have led to a life time interest in the ways students identity intertwines with their engagement in difficult histories. His studies document the ways Israelis of... Read More →
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Magdalena Gross

Senior research associate, Center to Support Excellence in Teaching, Stanford University
Magdalena H. Gross is a Senior Research Associate at the Center to Support Excellence in Teaching at Stanford University. Magda examines the relationship between school knowledge and cultural knowledge of difficult historical episodes. She links concrete findings to broader areas... Read More →

Saturday November 2, 2019 9:00am - 11:00am EDT
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