Author Archives: Alexa Colella

We have been sharing blog posts and Q&As from the contributors to Feminist Teacher 27.2-3, a special issue focused on the experiences of women of color in the academy. Below, S. Tay Glover, shares thoughts from her article ‘“Black Lesbians—Who Will … Continue reading

In this blog post, Dr. Cathryn Bailey discusses her article in Feminist Teacher Vol. 27, Nos. 2-3, “Online Feminist Pedagogy: A New Doorway into Our Brick-and-Mortar Classrooms?” Dr. Bailey is a professor of Gender and Women’s Studies at Western Michigan University.   … Continue reading

Journal of Civil and Human Rights Article Awarded 2019 Farrar Award in Media & Civil Rights History We are pleased to announce that the Journal of Civil and Human Rights article, “An Idea Before Its Time: Charles S. Johnson, Negro Columnist,” by … Continue reading

The University of Illinois Press is pleased to announce that James Cornelius has been selected by the Abraham Lincoln Association as editor of the Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association beginning January 2019. About the Journal of the Abraham Lincoln … Continue reading

The University of Illinois Press is pleased to announce the appointment of Quincy D. Newell, associate professor of religious studies at Hamilton College, and Benjamin E. Park, assistant professor of history at Sam Houston State University, as co-editors of Mormon … Continue reading

The Journal of Civil and Human Rights is now accepting submissions for the December 2020 issue. Proposals will be accepted until the end of June 2019. The Journal of Civil and Human Rights is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary, academic journal dedicated to studying modern U.S.-based … Continue reading

Are you an educator or interested in education? We have assembled the perfect list of books and journals to check out during the winter break. Teaching Art, (Re)imagining Identity Edited by: Laura Hetrick Artmaking and art education helps students explore … Continue reading

Utah Historical Quarterly (UHQ), the Press’s newest journal title, seeks papers for its upcoming issues. UHQ is the official journal of Utah history, published on behalf of the Utah State Historical Society since 1928. UHQ’s mission, from its earliest issues to the … Continue reading

In the newly-released Winter 2018 issue of Visual Arts Research, contributors Nadine M. Kalin and Daniel T. Barney offer a critique of the ways the predominant organization potentially limits the field of art education. Journal editor Jorge Lucero notes “it … Continue reading

This is the seventh and final installment of our blog series exploring the articles in the special issue on “Fake News” from the Journal of American Folklore (vol. 131, no. 522)! The special issue on “Fake News” from the Journal … Continue reading

About Alexa Colella

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