Canadian Jewish Studies CfP - Jewish education in Canada
Canadian Jewish Studies / Études juives canadiennes CfP - Jewish education in Canada / Appel - Volume spécial sur l'éducation juive au Canada
The editors also warmly welcome contributions that focus on education in a comparative perspective among religious and/or ethnic or racialized minorities from any academic discipline.”
Canadian Jewish Studies Special Volume on Jewish Education in Canada
Call for Papers
Canadian Jewish Studies / Études juives canadiennes (ISSN: 1198-3493) is a peer-reviewed, open-access, all-discipline journal devoted to original scholarship that illuminates the Canadian Jewish experience. (https://cjs.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/cjs/issue/archive). The Editors, including Guest Editors Karen Gazith, Daniel Held, and Laura Wiseman, welcome authors to submit expressions of interest, or drafted manuscripts from 6,000 to 7,000 words in length, including endnotes, in English or French, dealing with some aspect of Jewish Education in Canada. We welcome contributions from a range of disciplinary perspectives, including but not limited to: education, policy, history, sociology, anthropology, political science, and practitioner research.
We are particularly interested in work on:
Administration of Jewish education in Canada;
Antisemitism and EDI Jewish education in Canada;
Comparative studies of education, including Canada;
Denominational youth and adult Jewish education in Canada;
Education policy in Canada including Jewish, Judaism, or Religion;
Experiential, outdoor and informal Jewish education in Canada;
History, Sociology, and Anthropology of Jewish education in Canada;
Israel and Zionist education in Canada;
Jewish languages education in Canada;
Orthodox and Haredi education in Canada;
Sephardi education in Canada;
Expressions of Interest will be received until March 31, 2023
Manuscript Submissions will be received until May 1, 2023
Follow the Chicago Style Manual of Style (The Chicago Manual of Style Online Purdue Online Writing Lab: Chicago Manual of Style) using endnotes.
Submissions should be accompanied by a 100-word abstract and 5-7 key words.
Submissions should remove the author(s) name(s) and institutional affiliation(s), as well as any identifying information so that it is ready for anonymous peer-review. Email cover letters should include a 100-word bio.
For more information about CJS/Ejc, see: https://cjs.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/cjs/How_we_work.