General Call for Papers on Popular Culture and Pedagogy (Rolling Submissions)
We invite you to submit your work on any aspect of pop culture and pedagogy to Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy. Dialogue is the first open-access, peer-reviewed journal focused on the intersection of popular culture and pedagogy. While some open-access journals charge a publication fee for authors to submit, Dialogue is committed to creating and maintaining a scholarly journal that is accessible to all—meaning that there is no charge for either the author or the reader. Authors are allowed to deposit versions of their work in an institutional or another repository of their choice.
The journal is interested in contributions that offer theoretical, practical, pedagogical, and historical examinations of popular culture, including interdisciplinary discussions and those which examine the connections between American and international cultures. In addition to analyses provided by contributed articles, the journal welcomes submissions for guest editions, interviews, and reviews of books, films, conferences, music, and technology.Submissions from doctoral students, independent scholars, early career scholars, and contingent faculty and scholarship that takes seriously questions of social identity, popular culture, and pedagogy and their intersections are also greatly encouraged.
For more information on submissions/submission guidelines, please visit http://journaldialogue.org/submissions/ You can also reach out to Karina Vado (Managing Editor) at email@example.com or Anna CohenMiller (Editor-in-Chief) at firstname.lastname@example.org with any further questions.