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Collected Essays on Learning and Teaching
Collected Essays on Learning and Teaching (CELT) publishes peer-reviewed scholarly and practice-based articles associated with the annual conference of the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE). The intent is to challenge conference presenters to convert the essence of their peer-reviewed sessions into essay form for a wide readership interested in teaching improvement practices in higher education. CELT is indexed in ERIC, the database of the Education Resources Information Center.
Journal of Teaching and Learning
The Journal of Teaching and Learning is not accepting submissions at this time.
The Journal of Teaching and Learning (JTL) is an international, peer-reviewed journal. The journal adopts a critical framework in orientation and seeks manuscripts that provide a critical examination of historical and contemporary education contexts. The journal publishes original research from across global contexts that contribute to theory and empirical research. These include issues related to indigenous education, gender, class, race, ethnicity and diversity, educational policy responses, teacher education, educational leadership, and theories of teaching and learning. The journal also welcomes critical and exploratory essays from both historical and contemporary perspectives that focus on schooling, with a particular focus on the schooling experiences of the marginalized and oppressed. The Journal of Teaching and Learning is published twice a year. Submissions are anonymously peer-reviewed.
Our intent is to provide an interdisciplinary forum for original research in theory or culture from existential or phenomenological perspectives, broadly construed. This includes but is not restricted to philosophical and critical inquiries related to art, literature, science, technology, popular culture, religion, gender and sexuality, applied moral issues and social relations, as well as the history of continental philosophy itself. Submissions in both French and English are encouraged and all submissions are subject to peer review.
PhaenEx is a bi-annual publication: there is a Spring/Summer Open Issue, and a Fall/Winter Special Topics Issue. For each Open Issue the Editorial Executive welcomes submissions from authors both in and outside EPTC/TCEP. Typically, the Special Topics Issue is derived from a recent EPTC/TCEP panel session. Submissions are not limited to panel participants.
PhaenEx is indexed regularly in the Philosopher's Index and is registered with the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).
PhaenEx est la revue de la Société pour la théorie et la culture existentialiste et phénoménologique (TCEP) (www.eptc-tcep.net), une société internationale, dont le siège est au Canada, et qui est composée de chercheurs de disciplines diverses qui s'intéressent à la théorie et à la culture existentialiste et phénoménologique. PhaenEx sollicite des textes portant sur tous les aspects de l’existentialisme et de la phenomenologie. À titre d'exemple, les thèmes touchant des auteurs comme Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Dostoïevski, Kafka, Beckett, Husserl, Heidegger, Jaspers, Lévinas, Malraux, Marcel, Buber, Frankl, Sartre, Camus, Merleau-Ponty, Beauvoir, Irigaray et Laing sont les bienvenues. Des soumissions venant de toutes les disciplines sont acceptées.
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Studies in Social Justice
Studies in Social Justice publishes articles on issues dealing with the social, cultural, economic, political, and philosophical problems associated with the struggle for social justice. This interdisciplinary journal aims to publish work that links theory to social change and the analysis of substantive issues. The journal welcomes heterodox contributions that are critical of established paradigms of inquiry.
The journal focuses on debates that move beyond conventional notions of social justice, and views social justice as a critical concept that is integral in the analysis of policy formation, rights, participation, social movements, and transformations. Social justice is analysed in the context of processes involving nationalism, social and public policy, globalization, diasporas, culture, gender, ethnicity, sexuality, welfare, poverty, war, and other social phenomena. It endeavours to cover questions and debates ranging from governance to democracy, sustainable environments, and human rights, and to introduce new work on pressing issues of social justice throughout the world.