Publications: Calls for Manuscripts
Berkeley Review of Education (http://www.berkeleyreviewofeducation.com/call-for-papers.html): Rolling submissions for articles concerning diversity and equality in education and intra/interdisciplinary outlooks. The Berkeley Review of Education has a list of broad themes including
- Pressing Issues: Compelling issues impacting schools, educational systems, and other learning environments.
- Critical Scholarship: Work that analyzes, evaluates, and problematizes power and dominant structures, and helps us to imagine something new.
- Pushing Borders and Boundaries: Scholarship that re-conceptualizes and transcends academic identities, labels, and categories
- Forging Communities: Work that originates from and speaks to a wide range of scholars, practitioners, activists, and educators
International Journal of Research Education (https://www.journals.elsevier.com/international-journal-of-educational-research): The research reported does not have to be comparative (in the sense of comparing aspects of education in different countries or cultures); a paper may report research carried out in just one location or cultural setting. Work can be drawn from any context or research paradigm. However, the Journal tends to publish empirical research studies that have clear significance to an international readership. Therefore, work must have the following features:
- A strong theoretical framework
- Clear understanding of how literature critically relates to the topic researched
- Strong design and analysis
- Critical analysis and recommendations for further research, policy and practice in an international context
- It must follow the ‘Instructions for Authors’ advice given
- As well as papers, which report the findings of empirical research, papers, which provide critical literature reviews of research on specific educational topics of international interest, will also be welcome.
Journal of Education (http://www.bu.edu/journalofeducation/): A refereed publication, the Journal offers three issues each calendar year: the Fall theme is Teaching and Learning; the Winter theme is Language and Literacy Education; the Spring theme is Applied Human Development in the Context of Schooling. Each issue includes research reports, explications of theory, reflections, and essay reviews of academic/professional and books for young readers. Every article describes implications for practice beyond the setting in which the work was conducted.
Journal of Childhood Studies (https://journals.uvic.ca/index.php/jcs/announcement/view/294): Journal of Childhood Studies encourages submissions from a range of disciplines that address the issues young children face in a variety of increasingly interconnected worldwide spaces. The journal holds a broad editorial emphasis, ranging from the publication of contributions from traditional fields such as early childhood education and education (including programming, curriculum, classroom practice, or child well-being) to fields such as children’s geographies, anthropology of childhood, childhood studies, sociology of childhood, and children’s rights amongst others. Journal of Childhood Studies orients itself toward the multidisciplinary work of childhood studies, which is concerned with children’s lifeworlds while also considering childhood within overarching politicized and globalized contexts.
Higher Education Review (HER) (http://www.aera.net/Education-Research/Beyond-AERA/Higher-Education-Review): HER is an independent, refereed journal published by graduate students of the Higher Education Program at the Pennsylvania State University. Our mission is to make a substantive contribution to the higher education literature through the publication of high-quality research studies, scholarly papers, and literature reviews in areas related to the university, the four-year college, the community college, and other institutions of higher learning.
For a more extensive list of publications with calls for papers/manuscripts, visit:
- Beyond AREA (http://www.aera.net/Education-Research)
- Taylor& Francis (http://explore.tandfonline.com/cfp/ed/education-journal-call-for-papers)
- Peter Lang (https://www.peterlang.com/)
Conferences: Calls for Papers/Proposals
Below is a list of conferences that will begin in January 2017. This list is not exhaustive, but provides a broad base of what is happening in education nationally and around the world. If you have suggestions or know of any upcoming conferences, feel free to submit them by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2017 International Conference on Education (ICE): To be held in Maui, Hawaii from January 1 through January 5, 2017, the 2017 ICE conference will provide “a forum for faculty and administrators to share proven and innovative methods in teaching at all levels of education.” In addition to the conference on education, there will also be two other events: Academic Conference on Business and Scientific Education Conference. All will be held at the same place during the same time and registrants may participate in all three.
NHLRC 2017: “The Language Teacher Education on the Move: Meeting the Needs of Diverse Student Populations,” is the title of 10th annual conference on language teacher education. The conference will be held at UCLA from February 2 through February 4, 2017.
NCE 2017: To be held in New Orleans, LA from March 2-4, 2017, the National Conference on Education invites participants to participate in sessions based on the theme, “personalized, accountable and visionary.” The conference is presented by the AASA, The School Superintendent Association.
SITE 2017—Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education: To be held March 5-9, 2017 in Austin, TX, the 28th Annual SITE Conference promises to provide interesting presentations about the advancement and dissemination of information technology as it relates to teacher education and faculty/staff development.
OE Global Conference 2017: The Open Education Global Conference 2017 will be held in Cape Town, South Africa March 8-10. Conference hosts invite participants to “discuss, plan, reflect, collaborate, innovate and celebrate openness in education.” Open call for proposals due by October 17, 2016.
END-International Conference on Education and New Developments: The 2017 END Conference will be held June 24-26 in Lisbon, Portugal. Attendees are encouraged to participate in sessions focusing on developments in/for teachers and students, teaching and learning, projects and trends and organizational issues. The 2017 keynote speaker will be Dr. Lizbeth Goodman of University College Dublin.
Visit Beyond AERA for a list of opportunities, including events and conferences and calls for papers.
- Global Education Conference 2016: The 2016 conference was held November 13-16. Submit your proposal by November 1, 2016.
- Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) Conference 2017: The 2017 theme was “Problematizing (In)Equality: The Promise of Comparative and International Education.” The conference was held March 5-9, 2017 in Atlanta, GA.
- NAFSA 2017: Expanding Community & Strengthening Connections: The 2017 NAFSA Conference as held May 28 – June 2, 2017 in Los Angeles, CA.