UPDATE: Education and Transformative Pedagogy (11/15/06; journal issue)

full name / name of organization: 
Stanley Doyle-Wood

Special Issue on Education and Transformative Pedagogy

UPDATE: Deadline for submissions extended to November 15 2006

Submissions are sought for the third issue of The Julie Mango, an
international journal of poetry, prose and visual art, published twice
yearly on the web. We are searching for well-crafted and thought-provoking
politically conscious work from individuals and groups with original
voices and perspectives. Work stemming from and representing unknown,
marginalized and silenced bodies, communities and peoples are welcomed. We
are interested in submissions concerned with issues of colonial relations
of power, systemic racism, social justice, human rights, and all forms of
anti-hegemonic struggle that locate resistance through education, learning
and pedagogy. In this special issue we are particularly concerned with the
experiences, practices and pedagogies of racialized and minoritized
bodies/communities as they navigate and negotiate oppressive education
systems at all levels. What forms can/has resistance taken place both in
terms of self psychological preservation of the self and within the
context of nurturing [and maintaining] critical consciousness in classroom
settings? We ask these questions of both educators, students and

In keeping with the creative expressive locatedness of The Julie Mango we
encourage original work in the categories of fiction, poetry, dramatic
writing, reviews, short stories, essays, commentaries/opinion pieces,
illustrations, photographs and all aspects of visual arts relating to
educational and pedagogical issues. ~Original translations into English
are also accepted. In particular, we seek to promote the work that:

--challenges conventional modes and mediums of _expression, theorization
and conceptualization in the field of education;

--highlights issues of racialization, marginality, silence, exclusion and

--engages/asserts expressions of identity and identification processes
through and within schooling and educational settings at all levels

--highlights the importance of dialogue, of modes of communication, and
language(s) of instruction particularly in multilingual and
multicultural/multiracial learning environments and contexts.

--adulterates the presentation of 'proper English' in creative ways.

--asserts liberatory anti-racist/anti-colonial positionalities in multiple

Only works not previously published will be accepted. All forms and styles
are considered. ~The deadline for the third issue of submissions is
November 15th 2006 Multiple submissions are accepted but please limit them
to three per poetry and one for other categories. Received material will
not be returned. All submissions should be sent electronically to the
editors at:

Artistic Director: Chisani Isa Doyle-Wood

Editors: Stan Doyle-Wood; Zabeda Nazim; Alireza Asgharzadeh

Mailing Address: [Only in the case of discs etc]

~C/O Stan Doyle-Wood

Department of Sociology and Equity Studies in
Education of the Ontario Institute for Studies in
Education of the University of Toronto
252 Bloor Street West, 12th Floor.
Toronto, Ontario
M5S 1V6

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