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Inaugural Issue: Call for Papers
Wheelock International Journal of Children, Families, and Social Change
The Wheelock International Journal of Children, Families, and Social Change
(http://journal.wheelock.edu) is an online, open-access, interdisciplinary
forum for substantive conversations about understanding and improving the
lives of children and families throughout the world. Our scope is unique and
broad: peer-reviewed scholarly articles as well as essays by policy makers,
advocates, educators, NGOs, and practitioners. We seek contributions that
infuse intellectual rigor with moral and social purpose, and offer action
strategies to address old problems and new opportunities. We aim for a broad
and inclusive readership. Our goal: to enhance understanding and to foster
change and progress.
The journal is currently accepting manuscripts for our inaugural issue from
both established and emergent scholars and leaders. We publish a range of
contributions, including case-studies, comparative analyses, advocacy, and
policy articles. All submissions are carefully reviewed by relevant scholars
and leaders in the field to maintain the highest standards of rigor and
insight. Submissions to the Research & Scholarship section will be
double-blind, peer-reviewed. We also welcome submissions from outside
Relevant topics include education and schools, parenting and childrearing,
globalization, gender, new pedagogies, work, service learning, art and
music, violence, urbanism, health, media, technology, and more. We ask
authors to formulate perspectives that are cutting-edge, and to write for a
wide readership that expands beyond the traditional confines of any single
discipline. We invite submissions that learn from the past, explore the
present, and look ahead to a bright future. We welcome authors from a
variety of disciplines: history, education, women’s studies, literature,
psychology, feminism, family studies, religion, childhood studies,
anthropology, sociology, social work, critical theory, political science,
and development studies. The journal seeks to build intellectual bridges
between scholarly disciplines and to bring together theory and practice,
scholarship and activism, the academy and the “real world,” developed and
developing nations. Our scope is global in foc
us and outreach. We offer the journal at no charge to readers and eagerly
invite contributions from thought leaders around the world.
For further information, submission guidelines, the Editorial Board, and to
sign up for updates, please visit our website: http://journal.wheelock.edu.
You are also welcome to contact the Editor (Eric Silverman) at
The Wheelock International Journal of Children, Families, and Social Change,
like our institutional host Wheelock College, is committed to creating a
just world for children and families. Join us in this important work.
The Department of Childhood Studies at Canterbury Christ Church is looking for three new staff to join the growing department.
Please click on these links to download the job descriptions:
The link below will take you to the CCCU vacancy website: http://vacancies.canterbury.
Popular Cultural Association/American Culture Association
Education, Teaching, History & Popular Culture
Call for Papers
The Area of Education, Teaching, History and Popular Culture is now accepting submissions for the PCA/ACA National Conference, Chicago, IL, held April 16-19, 2014 at the Marriott Chicago—Downtown Magnificent Mile. (http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/chidt-chicago-marriott-downtown-magnificent-mile).
Educators, librarians, archivists, scholars, independent researchers and students at all levels are encouraged to apply. Submissions that explore, connect, contrast, or otherwise address area themes of schooling, education, teaching (including preparing teachers/preservice teacher education), history, archival studies, and/or their linkages to popular culture from all periods are desired. Sample topics for papers include, but are not limited to:
· Reflections/linkages between schooling and popular culture in the United States;
· The role of history in education, teaching, or preservice teacher education in the United States;
· The use(s) of popular culture in education, teaching, or preservice teacher education in the United States;
· How education has impacted pop culture/how popular culture has impacted education in the United States;
· Representations of teaching and/or schooling in popular culture throughout history in the United States;
· Cross-border/multinational examinations of popular culture and education;
· Using popular culture to subvert/supplement prescriptive curricula in schooling;
· The impact/emergence of LGBTQ studies in schooling and education;
· Queering any of the area fields (education, schooling, history, archival studies, teaching, preservice teacher education, popular culture);
· Developing means to re-integrate foundations of education into preservice teacher education;
· Tapping into (or resisting) popular technology to improve instruction;
· Multidisciplinary analyses of the interactions of schooling and popular culture.
Deadline for proposals is November 1, 2013. To be considered, interested individuals should please prepare an abstract of between 100-250 words and a brief biography of no more than 50 words. Individuals must submit electronically by visiting http://pcaaca.org/national-conference-2/proposing-a-presentation-at-the-conference/ and following the directions therein.
Graduate students are STRONGLY encouraged to submit their completed papers for consideration for conference award. Graduate students, early career faculty and those travelling internationally in need of financial assistance are encouraged to apply: http://pcaaca.org/grant/overview.php.
Decisions will be communicated within approximately two weeks of deadline. All presenters must be members of the American Culture Association or the Popular Culture Association by the time of the conference. Any further inquiries can be directed to Dr. Edward Janak at firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com> . For additional information about the conference, please see http://pcaaca.org/national-conference-2/
The Child and Teen Consumption conference is coming to Edinburgh in April
2014 – and the submission deadline has been extended till September 30.
Keynote speakers are Gary Cross, Sonia Livingstone, Patti Valkenburg and
Full details are available from the conference website: