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>Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy
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>CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
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>SPRING 2005
>(Deadline: 15 May 2004)
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>AND FUTURE ISSUES
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>Transformations explores and promotes inclusive pedagogy and curriculum
>transformation.  Representing a variety of cross-disciplinary interests,
>both theoretical and practical, the journal is designed to create a dynamic
>exchange among diverse scholars.  A variety of approaches, from theoretical
>essays to short descriptions of pedagogical innovations, will assist
>teachers and scholars at all levels who are committed to integrating recent
>scholarship on gender, race/ ethnicity, class, sexuality, and other identity
>positions.  Original submissions are sought as follows:
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>Articles:  Scholarly articles can address curriculum transformation through
>a variety of approaches:  applied, theoretical, empirical, personal
>narrative, review, philosophical, and historical (3,000-8,000 words).
>Autobiographical criticism, narrative scholarship, photo-essays and
>experimental work are welcome.
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>Media Reviews:  Review essays should examine 2 to 5 resources for teaching a
>specific subject. The author should describe the various resources (books,
>film, video, performance, art, music) and offer a rationale for their
>usefulness and application in the classroom. The review may focus on one
>medium (e.g., film) or several (e.g., film, websites, the novel, and
>painting).
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>Send two hard copies to: Jacqueline Ellis and Edvige Giunta, Editors,
>Transformations, New Jersey City University, Grossnickle Hall Room 303, 2039
>Kennedy Boulevard, Jersey City, NJ 07305 OR email submissions and inquiries
>to: [log in to unmask]  Email submissions should be sent as
>attachments in MS Word or Rich Text format.  For submission guidelines go to
>www.njcu.edu/assoc/transformations.
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>Published semi-annually by the New Jersey Project

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