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CFP: Transformations: Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy (Deadline: 05.31.2017)

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS FOR

TRANSFORMATIONS: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy

Deadline: May 31, 2017        All Topics Welcome

Guest Editor: Jason Martinek

 Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy opens the gates for this issue to jargon-free pedagogy-related articles on all topics. Transformations is a peer-reviewed journal which invites college teachers to take pedagogy seriously as a topic of scholarly articles. It is an interdisciplinary forum for pedagogical scholarship exploring intersections of identities, power, and social justice.Ordinarily, we publish themed issues, but this issue is open topic.

            Submissions should explore strategies for teaching in the classroom and in non-traditional spaces (such as the media and public discourse). We welcome jargon-free essays from all disciplinary and interdisciplinary perspectives. We seek articles (5,000-10,000 words) and short essays for the “Methods and Texts” section (1500-3000 words).

 Transformations is available on JSTOR and Project Muse.

 For author instructions and submissions guidelines go to: www.editorialmanager/transformations

Deadline: May 31, 2017

Queries welcome.

Topics for pedagogy-related articles might revisit themes of past Transformations issues, or might include:

·         The politics of teaching

·         The role of internationalization, globalization, transnationalism in teaching

·         The politics of education

·         Teaching social justice and/as activism

·         Changing relationships between K-12 and the university

·         The status of interdisciplinary programs and teaching

·         Teaching in historical perspective

·         Teaching and gender, sexuality, and race

·         Educating communities

·         Connections between classrooms and communities

·         Reflections on change in literary canons or historical periodization

·         How “de-professionalization” affects teaching: reliance on adjunct faculty, student debt, etc.

·         Changing relationships between and status of teaching and research

·         Technology in teaching

·         Teaching controversies

·         The statuses of STEM, STEAM, and the humanities

·         Changing role of the government in teaching

 Past issues of Transformations include: Teaching Community, Teaching Disability, Teaching Popular Culture, Teaching and Religion, Teaching Food, Teaching Feelings, Teaching Digital Media, Teaching Sex, and Teaching Earth. Please familiarize yourself with the journal before submitting. Read articles in previous journals. You can find them online via Project Muse and JSTOR.

                                     Visit our website to order past issues.

 To submit an article to Transformations, please visit http://www.editorialmanager.com/transformations and create an author profile. The online system will guide you through the steps to upload your article for submission to the editorial office: Please use MLA format (7th edition). If you have an idea for an article, but want advice in advance, please send inquiries to Jacqueline Ellis and Ellen Gruber Garvey, Editors, transformations@njcu.edu.

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