Articles tagged with: Brock Education Journal
The latest Special Issue of Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice is now available.
The special issue, “Aesthetic Interventions: Implications for Social Justice through Art and Performance,” was co-edited by two guest editors:
- Barbara McNeil, Associate Professor, Language and Literacy Education, University of Regina
- Spy Dénommé-Welch, Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, Brock University
This special issue brings together a collection of diverse voices, critical perspectives, and topics, which examine notions of aesthetics, art interventions, and implications for social justice issues and education. The essays contained in this issue represent a rich interplay of theory, practice, and criticism, creating a form of cross-disciplinary response that invite new approaches to investigate aesthetic education.
The guest editors were supported by Editor-in-Chief, Dolana Mogadime, and the Brock Education Journal’s technical team throughout the process of producing the special issue. The Brock Education Journal’s technical team includes William Ankomah, Tim Ribaric, Peter Vietgen and James Windjack. Dénommé-Welch and McNeil would also like to thank the reviewers for contributing their time and expertise to the special issue.
Brock Education Journal
Vol 28, No 1 (2018)
Table of Contents:
We are delighted to announce the arrival of our new special issue of Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice, “Keywords for Children’s Literature and Education,” co-edited by guest editors, Philip Nel, University Distinguished Professor, Department of English, Kansas State University and Lissa Paul, Professor, Faculty of Education, Brock.
The Faculty of Education joins our colleagues and community partners in remembering and celebrating the history of African Canadians. We recognize and honour the contributions all African Canadians make to our social, cultural and education environments, whether they were born in Canada or have chosen it as their home.Read more
We are delighted to feature eight articles and a book review in this, the newest issue of Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice. Over the past year Brock Education Journal has gained further recognition by being newly listed in Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) within the Web of Science. ESCI is linked to a wider circulation of international readers. Hence, authors of BEJ gain greater visibility. We are also pleased that BEJ has been relisted with the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). The two listings signal that BEJ produces quality, peer reviewed open access material and is committed to contributing positively to the scholarly open access community.Read more