Registration for NCTEAR's 2015 Mid-Winter Conference is now open!

The conference will be held at Xavier University,
New Orleans, LA, February 6-8, 2015

Registration Rates

$175 - Regular Registration

$95 - Student Registration

$95 - P-12 Teacher Registration

Please click here to register.

Credit and debit cards accepted for payment

2015 Hotel Information

May 6th 2014

The official hotel of NCTEAR 2015 is the Astor Crown Plaza, located in downtown New Orleans on Canal Street.

All events will take place at Xavier University, New Orleans, LA

Friday, February 6, 2015

4 p.m. - 5 p.m.: Registration Open

5 p.m. - 7 p.m.: Conference begins - 1st Conversation Circle & Welcome
Reception

The 2015 Midwinter conference promises to be a wonderful gathering of scholars discussing research at the intersections of race, language, and literacy in context. The weekend will include contributions from the following featured speakers:

While we continue working on constructing the full conference schedule, we wanted to share these highlights:

Conversation circles: Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Welcome reception: Friday, 5-7pm

Concurrent paper sessions, Symposia, and Round Tables:
Saturday 10am - 4 pm
Sunday 10 am - 12 pm

Invited speakers:

2015 Restaurant Guide

Nov 19th 2014

Adrienne Dixson, Chair of the NCTEAR 2015 MidWinter Conference, has provided a curated list of recommended, locally-owned restaurants in New Orleans.

Check out the attachment - and follow the hyperlinks for more details about the restaurants - as you plan your NOLA dining adventures.

The NCTEAR Chair is happy to announce that on-site (at Xavier University) childcare services will be available during the mid-winter conference!

Interested in what there is to see and do while you're in New Orleans for NCTEAR's mid-winter conference?

DEADLINE EXTENDED TO: October 17, 2014 11:59 pm CST

We invite proposals for the 2015 NCTE Assembly for Research Midwinter Conference, to be held in New Orleans, Louisiana from February 6-8, 2015.

Theme: Research at the intersections of race, language, and literacy in context

NCTEAR is calling for nominations for the position of Treasurer.

Please consider serving NCTEAR in the position of Treasurer. The elected Treasurer will serve in the position for three years (2015-2018), beginning at the 2015 Midwinter conference, receiving mentorship from the current Treasurer, and then remaining on the board until the 2018 Midwinter conference, during which s/he will pass on the mentorship to the next elected Treasurer.

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