Call for Proposals and Papers-Service-Learning

Call for Proposals and Papers

Edited Collection on Civic Engagement

Deadline: Jan. 31, 2011

This anthology will examine civic education from a broad, interdisciplinary perspective. We welcome submissions that explore the civic education process, especially in regard to theory, policy, and practice. The aim of this volume is to foster work on civic education that integrates the disciplines of pedagogy, history, and cultural analysis as well as represent the significance of the relationship between civic education, community, and the world.

 

Journal of Public Scholarship in Higher Education: Call for Papers

Deadline: February 1, 2011

The Journal of Public Scholarship in Higher Education journal provides a forum for scholars to share examples of academic service-learning projects that demonstrate a high level of engagement and reciprocity with the community at the same time as they demonstrate scholarly inquiry. This cross-disciplinary journal welcomes diverse manuscripts, from empirically-based examinations to critical reflection pieces, theoretical investigations, commentaries, case studies, and pedagogical and research designs. Regardless of methodology, submissions should describe the outcomes of the project on both academic (institution, faculty, student and/or discipline) and community stakeholders. All submissions should also address implications for promoting public scholarship as a rigorous form of scholarly work.

Manuscripts submitted to the Journal of Public Scholarship in Higher Education should be no more than 5,000 words, not including abstract, references, or appendices. Manuscripts should conform to the standards set forth in the current (6th) edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA).

For more information, including submission instructions: http://servicelearning.org/sites/default/files/download/JPSHE_CFP_VOL_I.pdf

 

Fall 2012 – Service Learning in the Humanities

Deadline: May 1, 2012, Isabel Baca, UTEP, guest editor.

Service learning across the humanities will include articles, essays, and reflective pieces on service-learning from various points of view: students, faculty, agency mentors, and higher-education and non-profit community administration and staff. Documents may focus on studies, theory, and reflection.

Send inquiries and papers to Isabel Baca at: ibaca@utep.edu.

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