Praxis 2019

Roundtable discussions from 2018 Praxis Conference
Nancy Bou Ayash giving the keynote speech at 2018 Praxis
Roundtable discussions from 2018 Praxis Conference
Discussion at a poster presentation (2018 Praxis)
Roundtable discussions from 2018 Praxis Conference

Praxis Conference 2019
Anti-Racist Pedagogy: Visions and Practices for Institutional Change

Friday, February 22, 2019, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Cascade Rooms, Haggett Hall
University of Washington, Seattle Campus

Please register here to attend the 2019 Praxis Conference by Feb 19 (Tue), the deadline for registration.
Our conference program (schedule and session descriptions) is available here.
You can learn about the previous conferences and the history of Praxis here.
For any questions, please contact the conference chair, Sumyat Thu at, or Lubna Alzaroo, conference co-chair, at

Generous support for the 2019 Praxis Conference was provided by contributions from: the Graduate and Professional Student Senate (GPSS) diversity fund, the Kollar Gift for Literacy Fund, the UW Seattle English Department Expository Writing Program (EWP), the UW Seattle Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), the Odegaard Writing and Research Center (OWRC), the Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center, John Webster, the director of English 108 course, the UW Tacoma School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, the American Ethnic Studies Department (AES), the Comparative History of Ideas department (CHID), and the Language Learning Center (LLC). We are sincerely grateful for these sponsors' contributions to keep the Praxis conference free of cost for faculty, graduate students, K-12 teachers, staff, and community partners to participate.

As a grad-student-led conference, 2019 Praxis conference is made possible by the organizing committee members: Sumyat Thu, conference chair; Lubna Alzaroo, conference co-chair; Sara Lovett, lead coordinator; Nolie Ramsey, assistant coordinator; and Carrie Matthews, faculty advisor.

Please access the 2019 conference proceedings here.