Call for Papers

2022-11-03

Antistasis Open Education Journal is calling for papers for its 2023 special edition, our first edition since 2020, entitled: Power & Politics: Factors Influencing Educational Change.

With this in mind, Antistasis wishes to publish papers on the various external and internal influences and factors impacting Education in a variety of contexts. In doing so, we hope to highlight the current issues particular to certain settings, as well as potential connections between educational environments.

The authors, whether they specialize in language teaching, culturally responsive instruction, exceptionalities, leadership, educational policy, or other education-related areas are invited to present issues relevant to their respective fields of research. A focus on external (or internal) influences that impact the teaching and learning happening in schools. The articles chosen for publication can be empirical or conceptual/theoretical in nature and empirical pieces will be rooted in a qualitative, quantitative, or mixed methodology. All articles will undergo a peer review process.

Topics of interest to the Special Issue include, but are not limited to:

  • Educational Policy
  • Curriculum
  • Exceptional Learners
  • Second/Additional Language Learning
  • Indigenous Education
  • Cultural and Linguistic Identities
  • 2SLGBTQ+ 
  • Societal Barriers

Deadline for submitting an article: Friday, December 23, 2022

Submissions must be sent electronically, through the OJS platform: https://journals.lib.unb.ca/index.php/antistasis/about/submissions

Questions relating to the special issue of Antistasis can be addressed to its editor:

Dr. Melissa Dockrill Garrett

University of New Brunswick

melissa.garrett@unb.ca