Research, Practice, Policy-based
The Occasional Papers Series is a forum for work that extends, deepens and challenges the progressive legacy on which the college is built. The series seeks to promote discussion about what it means to educate in a democracy and to meet the interrelated demands of equity and excellence.
We are interested in research, practice and policy-based papers from a broad array of theoretical perspectives. We encourage authors from within and outside the Bankstreet community who employ either traditional or non-traditional representational strategies to submit their work for review. Please see instructions below.
Submission of Papers
Papers may range in length from 20-50 double-spaced pages and should not have been previously published. We are also seeking 1,000- to 1,500-word essays about contemporary issues in the field. All submissions should include an abstract of 100 words. Papers will be reviewed by at least three members of the Editorial Board, and authors should expect to be notified of a decision within 30 days of receipt of the manuscript.
Address manuscripts and questions to Jonathan Silin: firstname.lastname@example.org.