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Palgrave Studies in Educational Media

30.05.2019 18:39 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Call for book proposals 

We would be delighted to receive proposals for single-authored or edited  volumes that examine educational media in their cultural and  socio-political contexts. We endeavour to publish one book each year  open access. If you are interested or have any questions, please contact 

The blurb: 

There is no education without some form of media. Much contemporary  writing on media and education examines best practices or individual  learning processes, is fired by techno-optimism or techno-pessimism  about young people’s use of technology, or focuses exclusively on  digital media. An emerging body of studies is attending – empirically  and conceptually – to the embeddedness of educational media in  contemporary cultural, social and political processes. The Palgrave  Studies in Educational Media series explores textbooks and other  educational media as sites of cultural contestation and socio-political  forces. Drawing on local and global perspectives, and attending to the  digital, non-digital and post-digital, the series explores how these  media are entangled with broader continuities and changes in today’s  society, with how media and media practices play a role in shaping  identifications, subjectivations, inclusions and exclusions, economies  and global political projects. Including single authored and edited  volumes, it offers a dedicated space which brings together research from  across the academic disciplines. The series aims to provide a valuable  and accessible resource for researchers, students, teachers, teacher  trainers, textbook authors and educational media designers interested in  critical and contextualising approaches to the media used in education. 

Series Editors: 

Eckhardt Fuchs and Felicitas Macgilchrist

International Advisory Board: 

  • Michael Apple, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA 
  • Tânia Maria F. Braga Garcia, Universidade Federal do Paraná, Brasil 
  • Eric Bruillard, ENS de Cachan, France 
  • Nigel Harwood, University of Sheffield, UK 
  • Heather Mendick, Independent Scholar, UK 
  • Eugenia Roldán Vera, CINVESTAV Mexico City 
  • Neil Selwyn, Monash University, Australia 
  • Yasemin Soysal, University of Essex, UK 



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