A call for papers is now available for the Commitment to Justice in Jesuit Higher Education Conference, to be held at Georgetown University on June 3-6, 2020.
The event marks two decades, according to organizers, “since the first Commitment to Justice in Jesuit Higher Education Conference, held at Santa Clara University in 2000, when Fr. Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, SJ delivered his famous address as Superior General: The Service of Faith & the Promotion of Justice in American Jesuit Higher Education.”
The 2020 conference welcomes proposals from “members of the Jesuit higher education community from every discipline and department,” asking the people “bring your insights and best practices, your scholarship and pedagogical experience, your aspirations and your inspirations, to enrich this gathering of colleagues as we both honor the journey of the past 20 years, and orient ourselves toward the expansive horizon ahead of us.”
Proposals are due August 1, 2019. Full details (on proposals for roundtables, workshops, and posters) are available at Georgetown’s Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching & Service.