Philosophy and Theory in Higher Education
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
PTHE seeks submissions of original articles, essay reviews of important new books in the field, and proposals for special issues.
PTHE engages the importance of philosophy, critical social theory, and the philosophical method in the study of higher education. The Editor and Editorial Board seek submissions that engage various branches of philosophy -- including ethics, epistemology, political philosophy, and social philosophy -- and those framed within the following theoretical perspectives (among others): critical theory, feminism, queer theory, post-colonial theory, Marxism, and poststructural/postmodern theories.
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Qualitative Certificate student Megan Snider Bailey recently published her first article in the Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning. Her article discusses a two-year qualitative study including research she completed as part of a required certificate course, BER 687: Field Experience. According to Megan, this work "demonstrates the way that space/place shapes students’ sense of geographic and cultural possibility within communities with which they are familiar." Further, it "untangles the relationship between space/place and service in order to explore the way that service-learning experiences can be more attentive to the places that produce those experiences and the power structures at work there." Congratulations on your important scholarship, Megan!
You can read her article here.
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