The Publications Committee of the Curriculum and Pedagogy Group (C&P), and its Governing Council (the Council), invites proposals from a pair or group of people (2-3) who will collaboratively lead (as co-editors) the Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy (JCP). JCP is dedicated to the study of curriculum theory, educational inquiry, and pedagogical praxis. This leading international journal brings together scholars from a variety of disciplines to explore and critically examine diverse perspective on educational phenomena, from schools and cultural institutions to sites and concerns beyond institutional boundaries. The journal publishes articles that explore historical, philosophical, gendered, queer, racial, ethnic, indigenous, postcolonial, linguistic, autobiographical, aesthetic, theological, and/or international curriculum concerns and issues. It also publishes integrative reviews of academic and/or cultural texts such as movies, websites, 'zines, books, etc. Other features include arts-based educational research and a guest-edited Perspectives section developed by leading scholars. JCP produces 3 issues per year.
Taylor & Francis provides funds to support the activities of the co-editors of JCP, including travel for incoming editors to attend an orientation session at their offices. Funds will also support travel for an editor to attend the annual conference of Curriculum & Pedagogy Group. The current editorial board can be viewed on the JCP Homepage here.
Structure and Term Length: 2019-2022
The incoming co-editors will serve from January 2019 to January 2022.
Year One: Incoming co-editors support the current co-editors in developing Volume 16.
Year Two: Incoming co-editors assume editorial control (January 2020) with Volume 17.
• During year two they may seek to renew the term.
Year Three: Co-editors complete the original term while supporting incoming co-editors.
Proposal Due Date and Requirements
Those wishing to be considered for the co-editorship of JCP should submit a proposal to the C&P Publications Committee Chair, Vonzell Agosto, at firstname.lastname@example.org by October 1st, 2018.
The proposal should contain:
1) CVs plus narrative of qualifications.
2) Editorial vision for the journal.
3) Structure of the editorial team and division of responsibilities.
4) Letter of support from the institution with which one of the editors is affiliated.
Members of the Council will determine the incoming co-editors and announce the decision at the annual conference in October, 2018.