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Dear Colleagues, 

I wanted to make you aware of a publication opportunity with the upcoming special issue of Experiential Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (ELTHE), and the recently published call for submissions

ELTHE is a publication in partnership with the National Society for Experiential Education (NSEE) and Nova Southeastern University, and this special issue is dedicated to the theme: Exploring the Relationship between Experiential Learning and Social, Economic, Environmental, and Racial Justice. We welcome scholar-practitioners, faculty, staff, administrators, community partners, and all experiential learning educators working in or with higher education institutions to contribute to this scholarly dialogue. This stems from the work of the NSEE Research and Scholarship Committee, working to foster pathways for scholarly work to continue building the field of experiential education. 

At this pivotal moment in between a global pandemic, a global racial justice movement, and a politically divisive environment challenging democracy, experiential learning and teaching spaces are critical to connect communities, address social issues, explore solutions, and embrace change to foster the public good. This special issue seeks to explore and deepen the relationship between experiential learning and justice. Through generating dialogue on this topic, we seek to expand inquiry into and interrogation of educational practices and strategies that affect social, economic, environmental, and racial justice. We are accepting proposals for scholarly papers or creative works that include:

  • Research-based approaches
  • Practice-based approaches
  • Theory-building approaches/ thought pieces on praxis
  • Community-based methodologies (e.g., community-based research, action research, participatory research, etc.)
  • Public Scholarship/Multimodal submissions (e.g., creative, humanities-centric, artistic representations with narrative) 

For detailed information about this journal and this special issue Call for Submissions, please visit: https://nsuworks.nova.edu/elthe/


 

Get your mind in motion with Mario D'Agostino, Patrick Green, and Bill Heinrich, and learn about designing systems of experiential learning to support social justice.



About Mario D'Agostino: Mario D'Agostino is an Assistant Professor of Writing at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. His research interests focus primarily on rhetorical theory, historiography, museology, archival studies, and the contemporary novel. D'Agostino is currently serving as the Editor-in-Chief for Experiential Learning & Teaching in Higher Education (ELTHE). D'Agostino hopes that you enjoy the special issue focusing on experiential learning and social justice. 

 

About Patrick Green: Patrick M. Green, EdD, is the Executive Director of the Center for Engaged Learning, Teaching, and Scholarship (CELTS) and a Clinical Assistant Professor in the School of Education at Loyola University Chicago. He teaches experiential learning courses, including community-based learning, academic internships, global service-learning, undergraduate research, and graduate courses in the Higher Education Program. He is Co-editor of Crossing Boundaries: Tension and Transformation in International Service-Learning (Stylus Publishing, 2014), Re-conceptualizing Faculty Development in Service-Learning/Community Engagement: Exploring Intersections, Frameworks, and Models of Practice (Stylus Publishing, 2018), Guest Editor of Metropolitan Universities Journal special issue on faith and community engagement (December 2020), and Guest Editor of Experiential Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (ELTHE). Dr. Green serves as a Scholar-in-Residence with the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement (IARSCLE), an Engaged Scholar with the National Society of Experiential Education (NSEE), and an Engaged Scholar with National Campus Compact.

 

Last Updated on Friday, March 11, 2022 10:00 AM