Praxis 2018

  • a presenter shares information with two audience members
    a conversation around a poster session
  • conference participants display roundtable project materials
    an interactive roundtable session from the UW Pipeline Project
  • a variety of conference participants sit in the South Cascade room
    conference participants listen to the 2017 keynote
  • a presenter stands in front of a slideshow
    2017 Keynote Speaker Ekin Yasin from the Communication Department
  • a presenter points to an image of a board game
    a panelist shares an activity during a concurrent session

Praxis Conference 2018
Translation Practices: Negotiating Difference
Friday, February 9th, 2018, 9:15 am-2:45 pm
University of Washington, Seattle Campus
Cascade Rooms, Haggett Hall

For visitors to campus, here is the temporary Net ID to log into the Wi-Fi for the conference:
UW NetID:    event0579
Password:    hN44-zE74-kS62

Conference Notes Here: https://tinyurl.com/ya99ghmk

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Please register here  to attend the conference by Feb 2, 2018 (registration deadline). 

Click here to see the conference schedule and session descriptions.

Click here to learn about the history of the Praxis conference.

For any questions, please contact the conference chair, Holly Shelton at hshelton@uw.edu, or co-chair,
Sumyat Thu at smthu@uw.edu.
You can also find more information and future registration for the conference at the following link:
https://english.washington.edu/teaching/praxis-conference

Support for the 2018 Praxis Conference was provided by contributions from: the UW College of Arts & Sciences Writing Program, the Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL), the English Department Expository Writing Program (EWP), the American Ethnic Studies Department (AES), the Comparative History of Ideas Department (CHID), the Language Learning Center (LLC) and the Kollar Gift for Literacy fund.  These programs are invested in writing or the conference theme, and their support helps keep the Praxis Conference free and accessible to a wide range of scholars at the university K-12 settings, and community partners.

A special thank you to the Burke Museum for providing resources on their Waterlines Project.  To continue conversations about education across language and culture, please check the LLC's free Heritage Language Symposium event on Saturday, February 10th.

To request disability accommodation, contact the Disability Services Office at 206-543-6450 (voice), 206-543-6452 (TTY), 206-685-7264 (fax), or dso@uw.edu, preferably at least 10 days in advance of the event.