CASAECenter for Applied Studies in American Ethnicity
CASAECanadian Association for Studies in Adult Education
CASAECenter for Applied Social Analysis and Education (Arcata, CA)
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While registration for the CASAE event was relatively small at about 70 people, the conference benefitted enormously from being part of the much larger annual Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, simply known as 'Congress'.
This was fortunate as the CASAE conference itself was a bit of a disappointment and struck me as being rather insular and self-absorbed, with very few international delegates (two other Aussies apart from me) and most papers focussing on rather narrow local Canadian issues which often were not that engaging or relevant to big picture world thinking around lifelong learning in the 21st century.
Proceedings of the joint international gathering of the AERA and CASAE (pp.