The History of Education Quarterly (HEQ) is planning a special issue on the
history of Asian American education. Although there is a growing literature
on the education of Asian Americans, most of the studies have been in the
social sciences; historical studies have been few. To help remedy this
situation, the HEQ will devote an entire issue to historical essays on
Asian American education.
The HEQ welcomes essays on any aspect of the diverse histories of Asian
American education, including but not limited to a focus on 1) a particular
Asian American ethnic group; 2) Asian Americans of mixed ethnicities; 3)
issues of class, gender, and/or inter-ethnic relations; 4) K-12 schooling,
higher education, or other educational institutions.
The HEQ is a publication of the History of Education Society, an
international scholarly association that encourages research in the history
of education, promotes and improves the teaching of history of education,
encourages cooperation among specialists in history of education, and
promotes an appreciation of the value of an historical perspective in the
making of educational policy.
The HEQ defines education in its broadest terms, that is, a cultural
experience encompassing a variety of institutions, actors, and informal and
Essays should be 25-35 double-spaced pages, including endnotes. Guidelines
for submission are given on a back page of the HEQ and at its website:
Submitted essays will be peer-reviewed. Your cover letter should include
the title of your essay, your name, postal address, email address, phone #,
and fax #. Your essay should begin with the title of your essay and not
include your name.
Please send 6 copies of your essay to Prof. Eileen H. Tamura
Guest editor, HEQ Special Issue
CRDG, College of Education
1776 University Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96822
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