Hamline University Summer Literacy Institute 2021
Time & Location
About the Event
The purpose of our Institute is to center social justice and equity in literacy education. By critically examining our own biases and the systems in which we live and work, we can act to disrupt injustice. As participants, presenters, and organizers of the Institute, we come together as a community of learners to inspire one another, to learn, and
to take action.
Aligning our work with Hamline University’s vision for equity and inclusive excellence, we are committed to creating an inclusive community of literacy educators.
There will be keynote speakers each day of the conference:
July 12 - Dr. Bettina L. Love she/her/hers is an award-winning author and the Athletic Association Endowed Professor at the University of Georgia.
July 13 - Aeriale N. Johnson she/her/we is a Reggio-inspired, abolitionist teacher of third graders at Washington Elementary School, a school bursting with the energy of multiculturalism and multilingualism in downtown
San Jose, CA.
July 14 - Antero Garcia he/him/his is an Assistant Professor in the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University. He studies how technology and gaming shape youth learning, literacy practices, and civic identities.
July 15 - Kao Kalia Yang she/her/hers is an award-winning Hmong-American writer. She is the author of the memoirs The Latehomecomer: A Hmong Family Memoir, The Song Poet, and Somewhere in the Unknown World.