Finally, just a few weeks late, is the second EJPAE issue of 2017 online! This time covering philosophy and poetry, theatre, natural sciences, music connected to education. The authors in this issue are Kari Holdhus and Magne Espeland from Norway, Lee Beavington from Canada and Sven Bjerstedt from Sweden.
Editor in chief
European Journal of Philosphy in Arts Education invites scholars to submit original works in the intersection between education, philosophy and (one or more of) the arts. The deadline is December 1st 2017.
EJPAE is a new free and open access journal that welcomes traditional as well as more experimental kinds of texts. All submissions are double peer reviewed.
For questions contact the Editor in Chief, Ketil Thorgersen
EJPAE invites scholars from all fields to submit articles in the intersection between art, education and philosophy. The second issue is planned to come out late fall 2017 and the deadline for being a part of that issue is May 1st.
We really look forward to reading your contribution!
After having just published the first ever issue, The European Journal for Philosophy in Arts Education invites you to submit any work that is of high academic standard and is written in the intersection between education, the arts and has a philosophical or theoretical theme. EJPAE is a new free and open access journal that welcomes traditional as well as more experimental kinds of texts. All submissions are double peer reviewed.
Deadline for the first issue in 2017 is 31th of December 2016.
Go to http://EJPAE.com for more information.
Editor in Chief