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"Making Invisible Histories of Art Education Visible"
Publisher: National Art Education Association
Paul Bolin, Kristin G. Congdon, Doug Blandy, Editors
PURPOSE: To introduce art educators and other professionals concerned with
art and culture to historical perspectives on art education (1930 -
present) in the United States and Canada that is inclusive of stories,
experiences, teaching methods, and cultural groups whose art education
histories have not been fully explored and documented. Emphasis is placed
on personal narratives to the greatest extent possible.
SECTIONS: This anthology will include three sections:
Formal education settings (public and private schools, pre-school through
Museums and community arts settings; and
Folk group settings
KINDS OF MANUSCRIPTS: Two general types will be accepted: Research
chapters of approximately 12 - 18 pages and 1 - 2 page personal
testimonials about a mentor.
If you respond with a proposed research chapter, please send 3 copies of a
1 page abstract and 1 - 2 page outline. Responses to the call with a
proposed testimonial, please send 3 copies of a 1 page abstract. All
responses should be directed to Dr. Doug Blandy, Arts and Administration
Program, School of Architecture and Allied Arts, University of Oregon,
Eugene, OR 97403. Postmark Deadline: May 1, 1998
SPECIAL NOTE: Please review your calendar as you consider responding to
the call. The editors must adhere to the timeline that follows in order to
meet the publisher's deadline. TIMELINE: Abstracts and outlines due May
1, 1998. Authors of accepted materials must submit manuscripts by October
1, 1998. Manuscripts with suggested revisions will be sent to authors from
editors by November 30, 1998. Authors return final manuscripts to editors,
paper and disk copies by December 30, 1998.