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Manuscript deadline
28 February 2021

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Studying Teacher Education

Special Issue Editor(s)

Julian Kitchen, Brock University
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Amanda Berry, Monash University
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In Memory of George Floyd

The death of George Floyd made people around the world aware of the harm caused by systemic racism and colonization. His final words—“I can’t breathe”—have been a rallying cry for change in all institutions, including schools and universities.  Studying Teacher Education is interested in self-studies that address and challenge racism, colonization and other forms of oppression around the world. We are particularly interested in the perspectives of educators from racialized/minoritized/marginalized communities.

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We aim to make publishing with Taylor & Francis a rewarding experience for all our authors. Please visit our Author Services website for more information and guidance, and do contact us if there is anything we can help with!

Submission Instructions

  • Select "In Memory of George Floyd” when submitting your paper to ScholarOne.
  • A wide range of self-study research will be considered: studies focused on teacher educator identity, teacher education practices that promote social justice, systemic issues in the education or teacher education context, as well as studies that consider how self, practice and context intersect.
  • Self-studies by educators from racialized/minoritized/marginalized communities are especially welcome.
  • Manuscripts should make connections to the killing of George Floyd and the wider issues exposed by protests in the United States and globally.
  • Expected publication date: November 2021.
  • Submissions not selected for the special issue will be considered for publication in other issues of Studying Teacher Education.

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