Research: Publications, Presentations, and Projects

RECENTLY PUBLISHED

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Gurin, P., Sorensen, N., Lopez, G. E., & Nagda, B. A. (2015). Intergroup dialogue: Race still matters. In R. Bangs & L. E. Davis (Eds.), Race and social problems: Restructuring inequality (pp. 39-60). NY: Springer Press.

Lopez, G. E., & Nastasi, A. W. (2014). Writing the divide: High school students crossing urban-suburban contexts. In X. Zúñiga, G. E. Lopez, & K. A. Ford (Eds.), Intergroup dialogue: Engaging difference, social identities, and social justice (pp. 149-170). London and New York: Routledge.

Zúñiga, X., Lopez, G. E., & Ford, K. A. (2014). Intergroup dialogue: Critical conversations about difference and social justice. In X. Zúñiga, G. E. Lopez, & K. A. Ford (Eds.), Intergroup dialogue: Engaging difference, social identities, and social justice (pp. 1-24, rev. introduction). London and New York: Routledge.

Zúñiga, X., Lopez, G. E., & Ford, K. A. (Eds.) (2014). Intergroup dialogue: Engaging difference, social identities, and social justice. London and New York: Routledge.

Gurin, P., Sorenson, N., Nagda, B. A., Stephan, W. G., Gonzalez, R., Lopez, G. E., & Rodriguez, J. (2013). Effects of intergroup dialogue: A focus on processes and outcomes. In P. Gurin, B. A. Nagda, & X. Zúñiga (Eds.), Dialogue across difference: Practice, theory, and research on intergroup dialogue. New York: Russell Sage.

Equity & Excellence in Education, 45(1), reprinted by permission of Taylor & Francis, http://www.tandfonline.comLopez, G. E., & Nastasi, A. W. (2012). Writing the divide: High school students crossing urban-suburban contexts, Equity & Excellence in Education, 45(1).

Zúñiga, X., Lopez, G. E., & Ford, K. A. (2012). Intergroup dialogue: Critical conversations about difference, social identities, and social justice education [introduction]. Equity & Excellence in Education, 45(1).

Educating for Deliberative Democracy, New Directions for Higher Education, Number 152, Winter 2010Zúñiga, X., Lopez, G. E., & Ford, K. A. (Eds.) (2012). Intergroup dialogue: Engaging difference, social identities, and social justice [special issue]. Equity & Excellence in Education, 45(1).

Lopez, G. E., & Zúñiga, X. (2010). Intergroup dialogue and democratic practice in higher education. New Directions for Higher Education, 152, 35-42.

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

SMALL-IGR-Conference-LogoWilliams, K. (2015, June). Decolonizing dialogue boundaries through social identity. Presentation at Northeastern Intergroup Relations Conference, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY.

Soto, J. (2015, June). Engaging race in the dialogic space: Critical self-reflection from a faciltitator of color. Presentation at Northeastern Intergroup Relations Conference, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY.

Bartholomew, J. (2015, June). Dialoguing about the center: Whiteness, dialogue, and process. Presentation at Northeastern Intergroup Relations Conference, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY.

Swords, D. (June, 2015). Applying intergroup dialogue beyond the classroom. Presentation at Northeastern Intergroup Relations Conference, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY.

AERA_LogoLopez, G. E., & Nastasi, A. W. (2015, April). Diverse benefits: The significance of learning from difference for college and high school students. Research presentation as part of symposium (A. Stuart Wells, Chair), “In search of the educational benefits of diversity: Connecting the scholarship in higher education to K-12 schools and classrooms,” at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association (AERA), Chicago, IL.

Williams, K. (2015, February). Decolonizing the academy: Dialogue spaces as a model. Research paper presented at the meeting of the Eastern Sociological Society, New York City, NY.

Lopez, G. E. (2014, October). Invited panelist, Closing the academic achievement gap and improving the classroom experience, session chaired by T. B. Culbertson, “Addressing critical needs: Cultivating alliances and committing to a culture of racial and ethnic inclusion in legal education” at the Syracuse University College of Law Conference, Syracuse, NY.

Lopez, G. E., & Rodriguez, J. (Co-chairs)(2014, April). Testing the theory and practice of intergroup dialogue: Possibilities, outcomes, and limitations. Research symposium at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association (AERA), Philadelphia, PA.

Nastasi, A. W., & Lopez, G. E. (2014, April). Exploring authentic higher education – high school collaboration toward thick democracy. Research presentation at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association (AERA), Philadelphia, PA.

Cannito-Coville, M., Lopez, G. E., Nastasi, A. W., Smith, B.,Villasenor, A., & Benedetto, J. (2013, October). Learning with youth: Listening, dialogue, and action in a sustained higher education – high school partnership. Presentation at Imagining America National Conference, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY.

Lopez, G. E. (2013, June). Intergroup Dialogue Institute Panel of National Leaders. Invited panelist for University of Michigan’s Program on Intergroup Relations (IGR) National Intergroup Dialogue Institute and 25th Program Anniversary, Ann Arbor, MI.

Lopez, G. E. (2013, April). Implications of cross-school dialogue: Developing critical consciousness and civic agency among high school students. Research paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association (AERA), San Francisco, CA.

Lopez, G. E., & Rodriguez, J. (Co-chairs)(2013, April). The impact of intergroup dialogue: Engaging social identities through critical pedagogy. Research symposium held at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association (AERA), San Francisco, CA.

Nastasi, A.W. (2013, April). Spotlighting Justice: Evaluating University-High School Collaborations for Student Initiated Social Action. Research presentation at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Madden, M. (2013, April). Critical Pedagogy, Curriculum, and Epistemic Dignity.  Paper presented at the 2013 New York State Foundations of Education Association Conference, Hamilton, NY.

Swords, D. & Soto, J. (2013, March). Dialogue in Action: Applying Dialogue for Justice Inside and Outside the Academy. Workshop presented as part of the Syracuse University Maxwell School’s Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration (PARCC) Conflict Management Center’s 2012-2013 Conflict Series. Syracuse, NY.

Catalano, C. (2013, March). It’s not just a memo: Re-imagining an Intergroup Dialogue action project. Paper presented at The 6th Annual Conference on Equity & Social Justice, Testing Our Limits: Teaching and Learning with Courage and Conviction, New Paltz, NY.

Madden, M. (2013, March). Consciousness Raised! The Case for Intergroup Dialogue Pedagogy and the Development of Undergraduate Social-Class Consciousness. Paper presented at The 6th Annual Conference on Equity & Social Justice, Testing Our Limits: Teaching and Learning with Courage and Conviction, New Paltz, NY.

Nastasi, A.W. (2013, March). Voices Spotlighting Justice: Youth Participatory Action through University-Urban High School Collaborations. Paper presented at The 6th Annual Conference on Equity & Social Justice, Testing Our Limits: Teaching and Learning with Courage and Conviction, New Paltz, NY.

Soto, J. (2013, March). The ‘Other’ Within: An Auto-Ethnography of Facilitating Intergroup Dialogue Course on Race/Ethnicity. Paper presented at The 6th Annual Conference on Equity & Social Justice, Testing Our Limits: Teaching and Learning with Courage and Conviction, New Paltz, NY.

Soto, J. & Nastasi, A.W.  (2012, November). Intergroup Dialogue: Understanding Diverse Social Identities, Moving Towards Social Justice. Workshop presented at the annual National Association for Multicultural Educators, Philadelphia, PA.

Dodd, J.,  Mukherjee, S., Stanger, A. &  Swords, D. (2012, November). Standpoint as an “Achievement”—Pedagogical Strategies of Un/Learning. Roundtable discussion presented at the annual National Women’s Studies Association, Oakland, CA.

Lopez, G. E. (2012, October). Learning through intergroup dialogue: Educational implications for understanding inequality. Invited presentation for faculty and graduate students as part of Engaged Cornell speaker series, Cornell Public Service Center and Center for Community Engaged Learning and Research. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

Lopez, G. E. (2012, October). Dialogue in action: Developing critical awareness and agency among high school students. Invited presentation to community partners as part of Engaged Cornell speaker series, Cornell Public Service Center and Center for Community Engaged Learning and Research. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

Lopez, G. E. (2012, June). Students in dialogue: Educational experiences and engagement. Research presentation as part of symposium, “Scholarship in action: Research, policy, and practice for students of color” at annual National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education (NCORE), New York City, NY.

Lopez, G. E. (2012, May). Impact of intergroup dialogue on understanding inequality. Research presentation as part of symposium, “Talking about race” at biennial conference of the Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues, Ann Arbor, MI.

Nastasi, A. W. (Chair) (2012, May). Dialogic practices for social change. Symposium at the Conference on Rhetoric, Activism, & Research, Syracuse, New York.

Nastasi, A.W., Terry, A., Brown, B., Stallings, H. & Fetner, S. (2012, May). Yes, you are “that kind of white person,” but we can still work together!: Building coalitions for shared social action in race dialogues. Paper presented at the Conference on Rhetoric, Activism, & Research, Syracuse, New York.

Davison, S. (2012, May). Dialogic practices for social change. Paper presented at the Conference on Rhetoric, Activism, & Research, Syracuse, New York.

Madden, M. (2012, May). Social action(ivism): The case for dialogue in action in the undergraduate classroom as representative of social activism. Paper presented at the Conference on Rhetoric, Activism, & Research, Syracuse, New York.

Salter, C. (2012, March). Every day activism. Presentation at the Life Gets Better Together (LGBT) Conference at Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY.

Lopez, G. E. (2011, November). Dialogue matters: Listening to and learning from college and high school students. Research presentation as part of the 2011-2012 Five Colleges Women’s Studies Research Center lecture series, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA.

Gray, C. C. (2011, July). Diversity: (Re)focusing on intersectional identities. Presentation at International Conference on Education (ICE) at Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya.

Lopez, G. E. (2011, May). Education in dialogue. Presentation to Academic Coordinating Committee, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY.

Lopez, G. E. (Chair)(2011, April). Dialogues across contexts: Social identities, understanding, and action. Symposium at annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

Nastasi, A. W., & Lopez, G. E. (2011, April). Writing the divide: High school students crossing urban-suburban contexts. Research presentation at annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

Lopez, G. E. (2010, October). Intergroup dialogue: Scholarship in action. Presentation to School of Education Board of Visitors, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY.

Lopez, G. E., & Galbato, L. (2010, May). Intergroup dialogue and students’ beliefs about group inequalities. Presentation as part of symposium, P. Gurin (Chair), “Learning about structural inequalities: Why, how and for what?” at annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, Denver, CO.

Davison, S. M., & Lopez, G. E. (2010, April). Education through dialogue. In S. M. Davison & C. C. Gray (Co-Chairs), Education through dialogue: Developing critical perspectives. Presentation included as part of symposium for New York State Foundations of Education meeting, Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY.

Galbato, L. C. (2010, April). Critical analysis of college students’ social class identities. In S. M. Davison & C. C. Gray (Co-Chairs), Education through dialogue: Developing critical perspectives. Presentation included as part of symposium for New York State Foundations of Education meeting, Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY.

Gray, C. C. (2010, April). Outcomes of dialogue: A qualitative look at oppressed <=> resisting students’ final papers. In S. M. Davison & C. C. Gray (Co-Chairs), Education through dialogue: Developing critical perspectives. Presentation included as part of symposium for New York State Foundations of Education meeting, Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY.

Robertson, T., & Patel, S. (2010, April). Masculinities, men, and dialogue: Gendering male interpersonal communication. In S. M. Davison & C. C. Gray (Co-Chairs), Education through dialogue: Developing critical perspectives. Presentation included as part of symposium for New York State Foundations of Education meeting, Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY.

Salter, C. (2010, April). The invisible curriculum of whiteness. In S. M. Davison & C. C. Gray (Co-Chairs), Education through dialogue: Developing critical perspectives. Presentation included as part of symposium for New York State Foundations of Education meeting, Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY.

COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS & RESOURCES

Ongoing collaborative projects, together with suggested resources are listed at the link below:

http://intergroupdialogue.syr.edu/research/resources/