International Conference on Ikeda/Soka Studies in Education
The DePaul University Institute for Daisaku Ikeda Studies in Education hosts a biennial conference on Ikeda/Soka studies in education. This conference is an international forum for established and emerging scholars to gather, substantively discuss the current state of, and actively and collaboratively unite, characterize, define, and advance scholarship in the field of Ikeda Soka studies in education. The first conference was held in August 2018. The second conference, originally scheduled for August 2020 has been postponed to June 16-18, 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
2019 Ikeda Lecture: Dialogue in Demographic Complexity: Overcoming Our Discriminatory Consciousness
2017 Ikeda Lecture: Re-Mixing Borders: Education & the Global Solidarity of Hip-Hop
2016 Ikeda Lecture: Education for Global Citizenship and The Crisis Facing Black America
2015 Inaugural Lecture: Living as Learning: Dewey, Makiguchi and Ikeda in the 21st Century
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