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"Gender, Education, and Forced Migration"

Avant le 1er mars 2008

Date de mise en ligne : [03-12-2007]

Special Issue of Gender and Education

Articles are invited to be considered for publication in a special
issue of the journal Gender and Education.

The theme of the issue is Gender, Education, and Forced Migration.

The proposed special issue will examine the gendered impacts of
educational policy and practice enacted in response to forced
migration. Submissions may analyze education policy and practice in
any region of the world experiencing the loss or gain of populations
due to forced migration. Key themes to be explored include :

I. the gendered impacts of shifting relations of power between
communities (defined along ethnic, racial, religious, and/or
national lines) brought about by forced migration and realized
through educational policy and practice ;

II. impacts of gender specific education policy upon (receiving
and displaced) communities ;

III. the role education policy and practice play in shaping
gendered dynamics of transnationality among and between forced
migrant populations ;

IV. schooling as a site and process of gender negotiation within
migrant and/or receiving populations

Articles should be no longer than 5,000-6,000 words in length
including abstract, keywords, notes and references. Initial
abstracts are to be submitted by March 1st. Subsequent proposed
articles should be submitted by June 1st of 2008 in `publishable
form’ to facilitate the editorial process. Please observe the Taylor
and Francis style guidelines exactly (see
http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/authors/cgeeauth.asp for further
details). Final papers will be due by the 15th of November, 2008.

Proposed abstracts and articles should be submitted as an email
attachment (and not in hard copy) in Microsoft Word RTF to
pbuck@bates.edu. Contributors should bear in
mind that they are
addressing an international audience. Articles should not be
presently under consideration for publication elsewhere.

For any queries regarding the process please contact guest editor,
Patricia Buck (pbuck@bates.edu or at

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