The following CIES SIGS represent a geographical region of study.
The Africa SIG aims to foster a sense of community among their members, inform the membership of best practices and current research in the field, and provide a valuable space for networking and dialoguing on Africa education.
Communications: James Gurney & Asino Tutaleni
The East Asia SIG aims to formalize and strengthen communication among scholars of East Asia, and to help the larger CIES membership become better acquainted with East Asian education and societies.
The Eurasia SIG SIG will bring together educational researchers and practitioners working on or in Eurasia.
The Latin America SIG includes Latin Americanist educators, leaders, and scholars who offer through their research and experiences the opportunity to celebrate the accomplishment of goals and the launching of projects in the region, open the dialogue regarding the region’s educational experiences, achievements and challenges.
Chairperson: Ana Solano-Campos, Co-Chair; Martina Arnal, Advisor, Co-Chair 2013-2015: Pablo Fraser, Advisor, Co-Chair 2013-2014: Maria Teresa Tatto, Social Media Officer: Diana Rodriguez Gomez, Dr. Erwin Epstein, Advisor
The Middle East SIG SIG brings together scholars, educators, and development practitioners interested in the study of the region. Through high quality scholarship, dissemination, and service we seek to enhance educational policy, programming, and pedagogy, and to foster understanding of the region’s peoples more generally. The MESIG is not associated with any political or religious affiliation. Our geographic scope includes the broader Middle East and North Africa region, as well as locales with historic or contemporary ties to the region and their peoples.
The South Asia SIG SIG provides a systematic forum to bring together those of us working on and interested in educational issues related to South Asia and the South Asian Diaspora.