CFP: Migration & English Teaching (7/18/05; journal issue)

full name / name of organization: 
S. A. Fischer
contact email: 
safcpw@earthlink.net

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CFP: Migration & English teaching for the journal, Changing English: Studie=
s
in Culture and Education; deadline Mon Jul 18 2005
Susan Alice Fischer

The editors of Changing English welcome submissions with a special focus on
migration as it relates to teaching English at any level. Authors might
focus on the impact of migration on teaching language, literacy or
literature anywhere in the world.

Editorial correspondence and manuscripts, ideally of 2000 to 5000 words,
should be addressed to the Associate Editor, Dr Susan Alice Fischer (Medgar
Evers College of The City University of New York), and sent to
safcpw_at_earthlink.net or safischer_at_mac.com. The editor Professor Jane Miller
(Institute of Education, University of London) may be reached at
JaneMJamiller_at_aol.com.

Submissions for this special focus should reach the Associate Editor by Jul=
y
18, 2005. Earlier queries are welcome, but decisions will be made only on
final papers.

On an ongoing basis, the editors invite submissions that meet the general
guidelines:

Changing English is an established journal for English teachers in primary,
secondary and tertiary education. The journal aims to encourage
international dialogue between teachers and researchers and to support
teachers and schools on issues surrounding literacy and language. In
particular, Changing English considers the future of English as a subject i=
n
the context of its history and the scope for development and change.

Recent years have seen new arguments and new contents offered for English i=
n
many countries, at a time when governments have given issues in English
teaching a new prominence and where students=B9 linguistic and cultural
backgrounds are diverse. Changing English provides a forum for necessary
debate and for evaluation of new perspectives.

The editors encourage articles and reviews from writers concerned with
English teaching worldwide. Contributions are welcome which discuss
developments in aspects of language, literacy and literature teaching in al=
l
areas of the curriculum.

The journal is subject to a peer review process and published three times a
year, in April, August and December. The journal is published by Routledge
(Taylor & Francis Group). For further information, visit the website:
www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/1358684X.asp

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