>From: "Elizabeth Haller" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: Academic Exchange Extra (ongoing; journal)
>CALL FOR PAPERS:
>ACADEMIC EXCHANGE EXTRA (AEE)
>A MONTHLY PEER-REVIEWED ON-LINE FORUM
>Submissions are invited from educators, graduates, and post-graduates of all
>levels and areas of study for Academic Exchange Extra (AEE)
>(Editor-in-Chief, Elizabeth Haller ˝ English Instructor at Kent State
>University). Qualified submissions from undergraduates may also be
>considered. AEE presents ideas, research methods and pedagogical theories
>leading to effective instruction and learning regardless of level, subject
>or context. We also seek cogent essays, poetry and fiction.
>Articles to 7,000 words on theory, practice and administration of education
>across the full range of humanities and social science-based approaches are
>welcomed. Essays up to 5,000 words are encouraged.
>Possible theoretical frameworks include: critical pedagogy, postcolonial
>theory, new historicism, postmodernism, feminist theory, as well as other
>critical frameworks, cultural studies and perspectives. The use of a
>theoretical lens is encouraged but not required; please see options for
>other submission types below.
>We are also interested in social and cultural issues as they intersect with
>education. We prefer to include an array of diverse material each month,
>though thematic issues may be considered.
>Topics may include, but are not limited to, the following suggestions:
>´ multi-modal teaching/learning
>´ distance learning
>´ teaching abroad
>´ e-communities and socialization
>´ community college retention and transfer
>´ service learning
>´ remedial education
>´ affirmative action
>´ marginalized or minority viewpoints and experiences
>´ tenure and post-tenure review
>´ urban education and issues of student inequality
>´ issues faced in special education
>´ postmodernism and education
>´ canonical revision/non-revision
>´ analyses/reviews of recent pedagogical publications
>´ response to any topic(s) included in the
>ýGrist for the Millţ section of
>We seek poetry to 60 lines, in traditional or free verse forms.
>Fiction to 7,000 words is also encouraged.
>Subject matter for poetry and fiction is unlimited; however, we will not
>publish inflammatory or libelous works, or works deemed otherwise
>inappropriate for this journal.
>HOW TO SUBMIT AND DEADLINE
>Please place the words ýAEE Submissionţ in the subject line of your email.
>Submissions not containing this or a similar phrase may be routed through a
>secondary filter, in which case your submission may be unintentionally
>overlooked. Due to the high volume of submissions received by AEE each
>month, please allow approximately six to eight weeks for a publication
>decision based on an initial review of your submission.
>Publication date is intended to be the first week of each month.
>Submissions should follow MLA or APA guidelines. Send your submission as a
>Word Document (.doc) or Rich Text Format (.rtf) attachment.
>All submissions must include a 4-5 sentence summary as well as a current
>brief bio that identifies your contact information (e-mail and telephone),
>school/departmental affiliation(s), position(s) (e.g., student level,
>instructor, professor and/or administrator), and areas of academic interest.
> For bio examples, please refer to the current issueÝs contributorÝs page.
>Please note that AEE does not retain copyright of published material.
>Additionally, articles, works of fiction, and poetry are not blind reviewed
>and will only be considered for such a review when specifically requested by
>Send submissions via email to:
>Elizabeth Haller, Kent State University, USA (e-mail: [log in to unmask])
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