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Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning: Submissions

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Author Guidelines

All article submissions must be house styled in accordance with the Journal’s style guide, and must not be under consideration at any other journal. If any part of the paper has been published elsewhere, contributors are responsible for securing the necessary permissions required. All submissions are screened by the editorial panel, and if accepted for further consideration, are subject to a blind peer review process managed by an associate editor. All contributors must be prepared to wait a minimum of 12 weeks for a final decision on their submission if it is peer reviewed.

Article submissions must be original research, and must be between 6000 and 8000 words excluding references and endnotes.

*Please note that the journal does not currently charge page fees.

Book reviews must be between 800 and 1000 words, and can include references to additional texts, although these should be kept to a minimum. Book reviews must be critical in nature - by this we mean that they need to summarise, locate and critique the argument of the book in reference to the broader field in which the book is located. We do not publish book reviews that simply offer a precis of the book. Reviewers need to consider the contribution the author makes to current and/or historical research within the relevant field; the accessibility of the book for readers of this journal; and the way in which the book makes and supports its contribution to scholarship.

Review essays should be 2000 - 3000 words in length, and should make use of at least three connected books to make an original argument that extends on our book review criteria. Please look carefully at the aims and scope of the journal before considering or proposing a review essay.

If you are interested in writing a book review or review essay for the journal, please contact the Book Review Editor, Prof Brenda Leibowitz, directly.

 

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