The Journal of Social Theory in Art Education (JSTAE) has just posted its call for vol. 41, an open call for writing and artwork engaging with social theory, not constrained to any specific issue theme.
Submissions are due by October 1, 2020.
The editors of JSTAE and members of the Caucus of Social Theory in Art Education (CSTAE) invite individual and collaborative responses to an open call for Volume 41 to be published in 2021. We encourage submissions from authors, poets, artists, writers, researchers, art teachers, general educators, administrators, museum educators, and others with an interest and expertise in social theory in art education. We seek contributors from a broad range of perspectives, including National Art Education Association (NAEA) members of all divisions and regions as well as from non-NAEA members.
All authors should explicitly address critical social theory in their paper or artwork including, but not limited to: feminism/gender studies, curriculum theory, critical race theory, post-colonial theory, postmodernism, queer theory/sexuality studies, posthuman discourses, disability studies, contemporary animal studies, Red pedagogy, decolonizing methodologies, critical studies of social class, material studies, media theories, and other theories as they engage or activate art education.