Peace as a Global Language, Kyoto - September 2004 (PGLIII)

Venue: Kyoto World Museum for Peace

Location: Kyoto, Japan

Event Date/Time: Sep 24, 2004 End Date/Time: Sep 26, 2004
Registration Date: Sep 24, 2004
Early Registration Date: Jun 10, 2004
Abstract Submission Date: Mar 15, 2004
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call for papers - Peace as a Global Language, Kyoto - September 2004


Call for Presentations
the 3rd annual
Peace as a Global Language Conference
September 24th, 25th and 26th 2004 at the Kyoto Museum for World Peace
Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto, Japan


The Peace as a Global Language Conference (PGL) invites educators, students, activists and others interested in peace and global studies to submit presentation proposals to our third annual conference. We especially welcome presentations that include innovative teaching/learning approaches developed on the following general themes:

Education
Government/policy
Peace/security
Environment
Health
Global issues
Gender
Human rights
Alternative Education
Multicultural issues
Teaching/learning issues
International/comparative studies

Session formats include, but are not limited to; panel discussions, workshops, research presentations, slide/video shows, and poster sessions. We encourage submissions which indicate progressive presentations methods. We propose two basic formats whereby; seven or eight of the above topics will be chosen to form 5-person moderated panel sessions lasting 2 hours each. Each panelist will speak briefly; allowing maximum time for interactive discussion. The alternative format will be through concurrent sessions of 1-hour in length, whereby individual or joint presentation are encouraged.

To be considered for PGL III, please submit the following:

1. name(s), postal address(es), telephone/fax number and email addresses
2. language of presentation- Japanese, English or bilingual
3. title of presentation (less than 45 Japanese letters or 15 English words)
4. summary of presentation (less than 150 Japanese letters or 50 English words)
5. presentation type- workshop, lecture with Q&A, demonstration, panel, poster session or alternative
6. preferred length of the session- part of a 5-person 2-hour panel or 1-hour concurrent session
7. preferred presentation day- Friday, Saturday or Sunday

*** All submissions should be sent by e-mail to:
Dr. John T. Denny, Kyoto University
kyotopgl2004 (at) yahoo (dot) com

Deadline for submissions: March 15th, 2004
Notification of Decisions: On/around April 30, 2004 via email

Detailed conference information can be found on our website: http://www.eltcalendar.com/pgl2004

For possible sponsors, call for paper downloads and to view our conference poster go to:
http://www.geocities.com/kyotopgl2004/pglconferenceinformation.html

NOTE: This conference is primarily self-supporting. Therefore, we ask that you submit a proposal only if you will be able to register for the conference at the appropriate fee (3000 yen/person and 800 yen for students). In cases of financial hardship, the Peace as a Global Language conference may be able to provide very limited financial support or accommodations to support select presenters.




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John T. Denny M.S.Ed., Ph.D.
International Development Studies
Kyoto University
Graduate School of Human and Environmental Sciences
http://www.geocities.com/timdenny66/resume.html
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"if you go someplace where you're wanted and needed, you'll always have
a better chance of success" J.T. Denny 2003

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Ritsumeikan University
Kyoto
Japan
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