Affiliated Journals

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Education

The Journal of Contemporary Issues in Education (JCIE) is a generalist, bi-yearly publication that intends to publish in almost all areas of educational research and scholarship. It is open to both field based research and theoretical works; it especially welcomes critical scholarship that aims to challenge conventional assumptions about educational and social development contexts and relationships. As such, JCIE accepts for review, previously unpublished articles that include but not limited to global education, foundations of education (including sociological, philosophical, historical and cultural studies in education), citizenship and human rights education, social justice and related issues in education, specialized curriculum studies topics, policy studies in education and politics of education.

Editorial Team

  • Founding Editor: Ali A. Abdi, University of British Columbia
  • Book Review Editor: Lynette Shultz, University of Alberta
  • Technical Manager: Derek Tannis, University of Saskatchewan & University of Alberta

Editorial Advisory Board

  • Ignatio Bwalya, University of Zambia
  • Ailie Cleghorn, Concordia University
  • George Dei, University of Toronto
  • Cecille DePass, University of Calgary
  • Tara Fenwick, University of Stirling
  • Ratna Ghosh, McGill University
  • Carl James, York University
  • Nathalia Jaramillo, Purdue University
  • Steven Klees, University of Maryland
  • Peter Mayo, University of Malta
  • Peter McLaren, UCLA
  • Frank Peters, University of Alberta
  • Allan Pitman, University of Western Ontario
  • George Richardson, University of Alberta
  • David Smith, University of Alberta
  • Makere Stewart-Harawira, University of Alberta
  • Keyan Tomaselli, University of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa
  • Handel Wright, University of British Columbia

Cultural and Pedagogical Inquiry

Cultural and Pedagogical Inquiry is an independent, bi-yearly, refereed educational journal that publishes essays, research notes, and book reviews pertaining to the wide and increasingly important intersections of culture, education and the general categories of social and ecological well-being. As an important component of its interdisciplinary foci, the journal assumes the critical relevance of the cultural and pedagogical perspective as the lens to all areas and possible paradigms of educational and socio-cultural developments. And as a geographically and epistemically inclusive publication, Cultural and Pedagogical Inquiry values research inspired works that emanate from community projects, and could occasionally publish submissions that fall within the parameters of poetry, text-borne folkloric performances, and artistic expressions. Within this generalist and polycentric perspective, therefore, the journal welcomes works in critical and cultural studies of education, general foundations of education, postcolonial studies in education, comparative and international perspectives of education, citizenship education, gender studies in education, and emancipatory and hope theories of education.

Editorial Team

  • Founding Editors: Ali A. Abdi, University of British Columbia; Cecile M. Depass, University of Calgary
  • Book Review Editor: Edward Shizha, Wilfred Laurier University
  • Production Manager: Derek Tannis, University of Saskatchewan & University of Alberta

Editorial Adviory Board

  • Marie Battiste, University of Saskatchewan
  • Yvonne Brown, University of British Columbia
  • Christine Fox, Wollongong University, Australia
  • Ratna Ghosh, McGill University
  • Henry Giroux, McMaster University
  • Yan Guo, University of Calgary
  • Celia Haig-Brown, York University
  • Anne Hudson, Queensland U of Technology, Australia
  • Ingrid Johnston, University of Alberta
  • Yatta Kanu, University of Manitoba
  • Jennifer Kelly, University of Alberta
  • Ruby King, University of West Indies
  • Enid Lee, Enid Lee Consultants, Santa Cruz, California
  • Ladi Semali, Pennsylvania State University
  • Aruna Srivastava, University of Calgary
  • Swee-Hin Toh, Griffith University, Australia
  • Bing Wang, Liaoning Normal University, China
  • John Willinsky, Stanford University