CFP: Special journal issue on the practice-based doctorate
Call for papers: Practice-based doctorates in design, technology, fine, applied, and creative art.
During the past few years, the concept of a practice-based doctorate has become a central issue for graduate education in many European nations. It is one of the most interesting – and hotly debated – subjects in design, and in the creative and performing arts.
The journal Design Science and Technology will devote a special issue to the theme of the practice-based doctorate. The issue is Vol. 10, No. 1, to be published on 15 April 2002
Because many design schools are linked to art schools, and because this discussion is so often linked to doctorates in the creative and performing arts, this issue will discuss all these forms of practice-based doctorate.
We will welcome proposals and full papers on such themes as:
The concept of the practice-based doctorate
Distinctions between practice-based doctorates and traditional doctorates
Studio, teaching, and research doctorates: differences and similarities
Planning the practice-based curriculum
Supervision for the practice-based doctorate
Research training for the practice-based doctorate
Method and methodology in doctoral education
Doctorate by publication for the practice-based doctorate
Research methods for practice-based research
We welcome proposals for articles as well as completed papers. Please contact Paul M. Gutherson
if you have any questions.
Proposals or completed papers received before the due dates will be given fast track review.
Proposals due: 1 September 2001
All completed papers due by: 1 October 2001
Acceptances announced on: 1 November 2001
Final revised drafts due: 15 January 2002
Publication: 15 April 2002
Please send your proposal or a completed draft to:
P. M. Gutherson
School of Art and Design
Stoke on Trent
Telephone: +44 (1782) 294.669
Telefax: +44 (1782) 294.873 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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