This series aims to present the latest research from right across the field of education. It is not confined to any particular area or school of thought and seeks to provide coverage of a broad range of topics, theories and issues from around the world.
Please send inquiries or proposals for this series to one of the following:
Emilie Coin: Emilie.Coin@tandf.co.uk – Editor, UK, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East
Elsbeth Wright: Elsbeth.Wright@tandf.co.uk – Editor, North & South America
Vilija Stephens: Vilija.Stephens@tandf.com.au – Editor, Australia & New Zealand
Katie Peace: Katie.Peace@informa.com – Publisher, Asia
Reconceptualizing the Role of Critical Dialogue in American Classrooms Promoting Equity through Dialogic Education
Creative Learning in Digital and Virtual Environments Opportunities and Challenges of Technology-Enabled Learning and Creativity
Islamic Schooling and the Identities of Muslim Youth in Quebec Navigating National Identity, Religion, and Belonging
Multidisciplinary Approaches to Art Learning and Creativity Fostering Artistic Exploration in Formal and Informal Settings
Curriculum and the Generation of Utopia Interrogating the Current State of Critical Curriculum Theory
Sport, Physical Education, and Social Justice Religious, Sociological, Psychological, and Capability Perspectives
Amanda Kibler, Guadalupe Valdés, Aída Walqui
November 20, 2020
Acknowledging teacher and student dialogue as key to student development, this volume takes a critical perspective on notions of classroom participation, extending previous scholarship to illustrate how critical, dialogic pedagogies can promote equity and inclusivity. In proposing and outlining ...
Vlad P. Glăveanu, Ingunn Johanne Ness, Constance de Saint Laurent
November 11, 2020
Originally published as a special issue of the Creativity Research Journal, this volume gives a balanced and reflective account of the challenges and opportunities of technology-enabled creative learning in contemporary societies. Providing a current and updated account of the challenges posed by ...
October 28, 2020
This insightful text examines the impact of Islamic schooling on Muslim youth in French-speaking Canada to consider how these institutions influence the formation of students’ cultural, national, ethnic and religious identities, and their sense of belonging to Quebec and Canada. Through close ...
Leonidas Kyriakides, Bert P.M. Creemers, Anastasia Panayiotou, Evi Charalambous
October 02, 2020
Quality and Equity in Education draws attention to the importance of developing and testing theories of educational effectiveness and using these theories for improvement purposes. It makes a major contribution to knowledge and theory building in research on promoting quality and equity in ...
Karen Knutson, Takeshi Okada, Kevin Crowley
September 03, 2020
This book explores learning in the arts and highlights ways in which art and creativity can ignite learning in schools, informal learning spaces, and higher education. The focus is on learning in, with, and through the arts. Written from a range of international perspectives, Multidisciplinary ...
João M. Paraskeva
September 02, 2020
As a follow-up to Towards a Just Curriculum Theory and Curriculum Epistemicide , this volume illuminates the challenges and contradictions which have prevented critical curriculum theory from establishing itself as an alternative to dominant Western Eurocentric epistemologies. Curriculum and the ...
Nick J. Watson, Grant Jarvie, Andrew Parker
September 02, 2020
This interdisciplinary collection explores the nexus of social justice and sport to consider how sport and physical education can serve as a unique point of commonality in an era of religious, political, economic, and cultural polarity. Originally published as a special issue of Quest, Sport, ...
Jay Michael Hanes, Eleanor Weisman
July 31, 2020
Grounded in philosophy from John Dewey and Maxine Greene, this book sheds light on difficulties and practicalities of examining culture and politics within the realm of interdisciplinary education. Providing both theoretical and concrete examples of the importance of a contemporary arts education, ...
Samuel D. Rocha
July 31, 2020
Can the syllabus constitute the curriculum? In this volume, Rocha explores curriculum theory through the lens of the syllabus. By critiquing curriculum studies and the entire field of education, overrun by the social sciences, Rocha provides an integrated vision of philosophy of education and ...
Bessie Dernikos, Nancy Lesko, Stephanie D. McCall, Alyssa Niccolini
April 20, 2020
Passions are high in education, and this edited volume offers bold new ways to conceive of the affective intensities shaping our present historical moment. Concerns over school practices deemed "ineffective," "disruptive," "irrational," or even "promising" are matters modulated by and through ...
Aparna Mishra Tarc
March 12, 2020
Critically analyzing the representation of pedagogy in the novels of J.M. Coetzee, this insightful text illustrates the author’s profound conception of learning and personal development as something which takes place well beyond formal education. Bringing together critical and educational theory, ...
February 25, 2020
Education and Muslim Identity During a Time of Tension explores life inside an Islamic Center and school in present-day America. Melanie Brooks’ work draws on in-depth discussions with community and school leaders, teachers, parents and students to present thoughtful and contemporary perspectives ...