CFP: Changing English: Studies in Culture & Education (1/15/06 & ongoing; journal issue)

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S. A. Fischer
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Changing English: Studies in Culture and Education is an established journa=
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 futur=
of English as a subject in 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=
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=
areas of the curriculum.

The next deadline for which editors are soliciting articles is 15 January
2006. However, the editors welcome submissions on an ongoing basis.
Editorial correspondence and electronic manuscripts, ideally of 2000 to 500=
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 or The editor Professor Jane Miller
(Institute of Education, University of London) may be reached at

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, please visit the

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