Call for Proposals/Papers Edition

Call for Chapter Proposals: New Directions for Community Colleges (NDCC)

For an upcoming special issue of New Directions for Community Colleges (NDCC), we invite chapters that address research, policy, and practice on classroom teaching and learning in two-year and community colleges. As a quarterly journal with over a 40-year publication history, NDCC offers practical recommendations on current trends in the field of community college education, and provides expert… Read More »

Call for Proposals: State Authorization Research Grants

SHEEO, with generous financial support from Arnold Ventures, is seeking to fund up to six independent research projects to advance the field’s collective understanding of state authorization efforts. Proposals must be submitted to SHEEO on or before January 15, 2020. The timeline for these projects is approximately 18 months and will culminate in a peer-reviewed research manuscript and… Read More »

Call for Proposals: Building Bridges and Mobilizing Research Pre-Conference

Building Bridges and Mobilizing Research17th Annual Language and Literacy Researchers of Canada (LLRC)Pre-Conference Saturday, May 30, 2020Western University, London, ONCo-sponsored by Language and Literacy: A Canadian e-journal Conference Chairs: Dr. Cassie J. Brownell, OISE-University of TorontoDr. Robert Jean LeBlanc, University of Lethbridge Plenary Speakers: Dr. Rubén Gaztambide-Fernández, OISE-University of Toronto; Dr. Jon M. Wargo, Boston… Read More »

Call for Abstracts: 30th Annual Equity within the Classroom Conference

Please consider submitting an abstract that address one, two or all three topics related to Access, Affordability and College Completion (AACC). You may submit a proposal for a poster, standard presentation, panel discussion or lightning sessions.  Abstracts may be submitted here. The Equity Within the Classroom Conference will be held  March 22-24, 2020 at the… Read More »

Call for Papers: Elusive Conversations Symposium, Environmental Philosophy and Environmental Governance

The ECS is an interdisciplinary symposium dedicated to improving environmental governance practices. Alongside keynote addresses by Deborah McGregor, Christopher Preston, and Andrew Light, they are seeking presentations about current barriers and promising futures in environmental governance. For more information or questions, please email elusiveconversations@gmail.com or contact the committee members directly.

Call for Proposals: The 2020 KAME International Conference

The 12th Korean Association for Multicultural Education (KAME) Conference will be held May 21(Thu) – 23(Sat), 2020 at Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea. Theme: Multicultural Education: Place, Progress, and Pathways ForwardThe conference will provide a platform for researchers, policy makers and practitioners in the field of multicultural education from home and abroad to share ideas… Read More »

Call for Submissions: The Assembly

The Assembly is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that focuses on public scholarship on education. It was founded and is run by education grad students at CU Boulder. We aim to cultivate dialogue across various stakeholders to advance educational justice. We particularly encourage papers written with authors that represent different communities beyond academia. We accept a wide… Read More »

Call for Abstracts: 30th Annual Equity Within The Classroom Conference

The deadline for abstract submissions for the  30th Annual Equity Within The Classroom Conference is quickly approaching. Please consider submitting an abstract that address one, two or all three topics related to Access, Affordability and College Completion (AACC). You may submit a proposal for a poster, standard presentation, panel discussion or lightning sessions. Abstract submissions… Read More »

Call for Graduate Student Research in Progress: Journal of Comparative & International Higher Education

The Journal of Comparative & International Higher Education (JCIHE) is soliciting Graduate Student Research-In-Progress to share new research that will help to set the tone for current and emerging issues in the field. Articles should be 500-1,000 words.  Articles should include: what is being studied, how it is being studied (methods section), how the research contributes to comparative and… Read More »

Call for Papers: On Dictatorship–Technologies of Violence, Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum

The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum invites 10-minute lightning talks from MSU graduate students researching the history and impact of dictatorships around the world. Conceptualized in connection with The Edge of Things: Dissident Art Under Repressive Regimes, this interdisciplinary event explores the ways in which dictatorships develop technologies of violence, and how those technologies… Read More »