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December 2008, Week 4


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Elizabeth Haller <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 22 Dec 2008 17:12:22 -0500
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Submissions are invited from educators, graduates, and post-graduates of all levels and areas of study for Academic Exchange Extra (AEE) (Editor-in-Chief, Elizabeth Haller – English Instructor at Kent State University). Qualified submissions from undergraduates may also be considered.  
AEE presents ideas, research methods and pedagogical theories leading to effective instruction and learning regardless of level, subject or context. We also seek cogent essays, poetry and fiction.
Articles to 7,000 words on theory, practice and administration of education across the full range of humanities and social science-based approaches are welcomed. Possible theoretical frameworks include: critical pedagogy, postcolonial theory, new historicism, postmodernism, feminist theory, as well as other critical frameworks, cultural studies and perspectives. The use of a theoretical lens is encouraged but not required; please see options for other submission types below. 
We are also interested in social and cultural issues as they intersect with education. We prefer to include an array of diverse material each month, though thematic issues may be considered. 
Essays up to 5,000 words are encouraged. Topics may include, but are not limited to, the following suggestions: 
- multi-modal teaching
- distance learning
- collaboration 
- teaching abroad
- e-communities and socialization 
- community college retention and transfer 
- service learning 
- remedial education 
- affirmative action 
- marginalized or minority viewpoints and experiences 
- tenure and post-tenure review 
- urban education and issues of student inequality
- issues faced in special education 
- postmodernism and education 
- canonical revision/non-revision
- analyses/reviews of recent pedagogical publications
- response to any topic(s) included in the “Grist for the Mill” section of each issue 
We also seek poetry to 60 lines, in traditional or free verse forms.
Fiction to 7,000 words is also encouraged. 
Subject matter for poetry and fiction is unlimited; however, we will not publish inflammatory or libelous works, or works deemed otherwise inappropriate for this journal.
Please place the words “AEE Submission” in the subject line of your email.  Submissions not containing this or a similar phrase may be routed through a secondary filter, in which case your submission may be unintentionally overlooked.  Due to the high volume of submissions received by AEE each month, please allow approximately six to eight weeks for a publication decision based on an initial review of your submission.
Publication date is intended to be within the first week of each month. 
Submissions should follow MLA or APA guidelines. Send your submission as a Word Document (.doc) or Rich Text Format (.rtf) attachment.  
All submissions must include a 4-5 sentence summary as well as a current brief bio that identifies your contact information (e-mail and telephone), school/departmental affiliation(s), position(s) (e.g., student level, instructor, professor and/or administrator), and areas of academic interest.  For bio examples, please refer to the current issue’s contributor’s page.
Please note that AEE does not retain copyright of published material.  Additionally, articles, works of fiction, and poetry are not blind reviewed and will only be considered for such a review when specifically requested by the author.
Send submissions via email to: 
Elizabeth Haller, Kent State University, USA 
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