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Berkeley Review of Education: Call For Papers

The Berkeley Review of Education (BRE) encourages senior and emerging scholars, practitioners, and policy-makers to submit articles that address issues of educational diversity and equity from various intra/interdisciplinary perspectives. The editorial board especially welcomes submission of manuscripts that engage with one or more of our 2012-2013 Board Priorities:

• Pressing Issues. The BRE seeks to publish papers that address compelling issues impacting schools, educational systems, and other learning environments.

• Critical Scholarship. The BRE welcomes a broad range of “critical” scholarship, particularly work that analyzes, evaluates, and problematizes power and dominant structures, and helps us to imagine something new.

• Pushing Borders & Boundaries. The BRE seeks to promote scholarship that re-conceptualizes and transcends academic identities, labels, and categories. We encourage work from all disciplines, as well as interdisciplinary work that builds towards new understandings of educational processes and practices.

• Forging Communities. The BRE seeks to foster new and existing relationships within and beyond the academy. As an open-access journal, we aim to democratize knowledge and encourage work that originates from and speaks to a wide range of scholars, practitioners, activists, and educators.

Submission Guidelines

All papers are subject to a double-blind peer review process. Authors retain the copyright to the articles they publish in the journal. The BRE does not publish material that has been previously published and does not accept papers that have been simultaneously submitted elsewhere for publication (see BRE Policies).

We encourage the submission of a wide range of manuscripts including but not limited to theoretical or historical analyses, empirical studies, scholarly essays, analytical literature reviews, and practitioner reflections.

Articles must be in American Psychological Association, Sixth Edition (APA) format and have all identifiers blinded. Submit manuscripts as a single word file with a brief abstract (no more than 150 words) and a list of up to five keywords.
Address inquiries to the editors at bre_editor@berkeley.edu. Submit manuscripts online through the “submit article” link, http://repositories.cdlib.org/ucbgse/bre.


Dates: 8/28/2012 - 12/31/2012

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