Pedagogy and the Everyday - Call for Contributions
Call for Papers Date:
We invite contributions to an edited volume on pedagogies of the everyday / everyday pedagogies.
Primarily, we seek critical reflections from a wide variety of academic disciplines upon the purposes, uses, and understandings of everyday life within the learning environment. Proposals may address the topic using a broad array of styles, content, and approaches. Submissions from professors practicing critical, feminist, critical race, and embodied pedagogies, as well as participant action research are especially welcome. We also welcome submissions from scholar-teachers engaging in classroom explorations of Bourdieu, de Certeu, Gardiner, and le Febvre, and other scholarly work focused on lived experience in the everyday.
Some of the questions we hope the writings will consider include:
What are the emancipatory potentials of everyday practices? How do you approach them in your pedagogy?
What are the regulatory potentials of everyday practices? How do you
approach them in your pedagogy?
How do daily, everyday interactions of students and faculty contribute
to particular learning environments?
How do students understand the day-to-day relevance of the topics you teach?
How does active faculty engagement – in scholarship, creative process, political causes, religious community – inform a learning environment?
Whose “everyday” do we study?
Proposals of 300 – 500 words (please provide a cover page with contact information, but do not put your name on the proposal itself), and cvs, are due by October 15th to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. We will make decisions about which essays to invite by December 1st, and full essays will be due to editors by June 1st. Essays should be between 8,000 and 10,000 words, and may include images. Editorial review will take place through summer 2011, followed by peer review process at an academic press.
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