Call for Papers - A New Journal of Global Pedagogy
Contingencies: A Journal of Global Pedagogy
An open access, peer-reviewed journal published under a Creative Commons license.
First issue to be published in Fall, 2020. Hosted by NYU Liberal Studies.
As higher education has developed into a global enterprise, the classroom has become a site where learning cultures intersect, with students and faculty circulating in a multi-cultural and multi-national network of texts, locations, and educational approaches. The Western academy’s traditional modes of teaching are inadequate for today’s higher education context; the mission of Contingencies is to provide a space for the humanistic discussion of new practical and theoretical models for curriculum, pedagogy, and disciplinarity in a global context.
Call for Submissions:
Please visit https://wp.nyu.edu/contingenciesjournal/ to see the full call for submissions, details of how to submit your paper, and submission guidelines.
We welcome submissions in areas including but not limited to the following:
- The classroom space as an intersection between students of different national origins
- Multilingualism as a mode of instruction
- Teaching intersections, appropriations, and divergences across cultures
- Modelling hybridity
- Interdisciplinarity as a mode of Global teaching and study
- Teaching research methods in a global context
- Teaching texts in translation
- Globalizing curriculum and disciplines
- Replacing the nation-state as the fundamental principle of curricular division
- The dialectic between nationalism and globalism/extra-nationalism
- Teaching place in a global context
- Engaging study-abroad experiences
- Teaching online across national and linguistic boundaries
- Global experiential learning
- Addressing cultural difference without essentializing cultures
- Travel as education rather than consumption
- Teaching concepts like “the other”
- The role of technology in connecting learners globally
Submissions for the first journal issue should be sent according to the guidelines below. Reviews normally take 2-3 months, and may result in a request for revision and resubmission. Submission deadline to be considered for publication in the first issue extended to March 29, 2020.