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Review of Education, Pedagogy and Cultural Studies

Deadline: January 3, 2020

Special Issue:

Visual Studies in Education: Ethics and Pedagogy Beyond Data Collection

The Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies is seeking articles for its Summer 2020 issue, “Visual Studies in Education: Ethics and Pedagogy Beyond Data Collection.” Visual Studies is an interdisciplinary field of study that seeks to understand the role of visuality in modern social life. The conversation around ethics within visual studies is also evolving, yet often stops at data collection. This themed issue plans to unpack and complicate ethics in visual studies within education. Specifically, this issue aims to creatively explore how the visual culture of schools, pedagogy, and learning can leverage the power of visual work without compromising the privacy, protection, and agency of young people and communities.

Articles may consider the following questions around visual ethics in education and with stakeholders (e.g. students, parents, community members, teachers, administrators, and the like):

  • How do we ethically integrate stakeholders into the visual research process, while providing spaces for power negotiations?
  • What are the ethical issues involved in using stakeholders’ faces in visual work?
  • Where do we see stakeholders’ agency surface in the research process beyond data collection?
  • How can researchers honor stakeholders’ agency and self-representation in educational spaces, while navigating the tensions inherent in our institutional ethical standards and human protections practices?

These questions suggest topic areas but are not exhaustive. We encourage submissions not only from scholars and researchers, but also from students, teachers, administrators, parents, and community members.

Submission Guidelines

Submissions should not exceed 9,000 words, including all references and back matter to the article.  We seek previously unpublished materials. For full author instructions, please visit the journal website. 

Visual Submission Notes

If you are submitting photos with your work, please submit the highest resolution possible. If your article is selected, the photos will be in color with the online publication but will be printed grayscale in the journal hardcopy (600pdi grayscale, 300dpi color). If you are submitting videos, they can be hosted online as a supplementary file to your article submission. For more information, please visit this website.

Submission deadline: January 3, 2020

Submission must be made here.

For more information, please contact either of the issue coeditors:

Dr. Lynnette Mawhinney or Dr. Laura Porterfield 

 

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