Call for Manuscripts: Centering Social Justice in Intercultural Education

Posted by on October 27, 2008

Special Issue of Intercultural Education with a Focus on Centering Social Justice in Intercultural Education Practice

Call for Manuscripts

Deadline: November 15, 2008

Intercultural Education is a global forum for the analysis of issues dealing with education in plural societies. This particular issue will focus more specifically on engaging in intercultural education practice that purposefully transcends “heroes and holidays” or “celebrating diversity” approaches and that sets as its goal the establishment and maintenance of equitable and just learning environments for all students. We are looking for contributions that push the boundaries of intercultural and multicultural education, that draw on analyses of systemic inequities, that engage critical theories. We are interested, as well, in research articles that critically analyze dominant intercultural education discourses, policies, and practices—especially those that may contribute to inequities rather than eliminating them. All submissions should address explicitly the importance of social justice in relation to intercultural education. You are welcome to send an expression of intent to submit, which should include a 50-or-fewer-word description of your proposed topic and focus. These as well as full manuscripts should be submitted to Paul C. Gorski via email: Manuscripts must follow the journal guidelines, which can be found here:

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