Scholar & Speaker & Strategist


Dr. Chatelain offers keynote lectures, moderates panels, and presents workshops around the world. If you are interested in inviting Dr. Chatelain to your campus or community, consult this calendar first to determine her availability. She hopes to see you at her next event.

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John Dewey Society Annual Meeting

Presentation: What the #FergusonSyllabus Taught Me about Teaching Marcia Chatelain, Georgetown University Marcia Chatelain is associate professor of history at Georgetown University. She writes and teaches about African-American migration, women’s and girls’ history, and race and food. In her talk she will discuss her experience using social media to organize educators in a response to the crisis in Ferguson, Missouri in 2014. Chatelain will focus explicitly on the ways college professors can support the goals of the K-12 community. By focusing on the bonds among educators, she will encourage bridge building across various divides.

Earlier Event: April 6
Black Lives Matter: A Conversation
Later Event: April 7
Black Girlhood Movement Conference