Artwork Scholarship: International Perspectives in Education
Series Editors: Anita Sinner and Rita Irwin
The aim of Artwork Scholarship is to invite debate on, and provide an essential resource for transnational scholars engaged in creative research involving visual, literary and performative arts. Approaches may include arts-based, practice-based, a/r/tography, artistic, research creation and more, and explore pedagogical and experimental perspectives, reflective and evaluative assessments, methodological deliberations, and ethical issues and concerns in relation to a host of topic areas in education.
Manuscripts address questions such as: What is artwork scholarship? How does arts education compare internationally? What educational approaches and modes are widening debates concerning the arts? How might best practices be adapted transnationally? Does arts research contribute to sustainability of the arts at a time of globalization of education?
We invite manuscripts that align with the following streams of inquiry:
International Perspectives: Themed collections that investigate art as research, inclusive of diverse global viewpoints (80,000 – 120,000 words).
Communities of Practice: Regional perspectives and/or specific topics and issues relating to art as research (50,000 – 80,000 words).
Artful Expressions: Exposés, such as graphic novels, visual essays and short format essays that are simultaneously concise and artful, and demonstrate innovative and enduring issues, questions, events and encounters (20,000 – 50,000 words, e-books, print-on-demand).
Proposals should identify the stream of inquiry, and demonstrate how the proposed topic(s) expand artwork scholarship with explicit engagement of textual-artistic relationships. Each stream offers unique opportunities for depth and/or breadth of investigation and artistic engagement.
Please note: Open Access publications are strongly encouraged.
For any enquiries contact firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
To propose a manuscript please send a completed Author/Editor Questionnaire. The form can be downloaded from Publish with Us page.
Advisory Review Board
David Andrew, University of the Witwatersrand
Fernando Hernandez Hernandez, University of Barcelona
Kim Snepvangers, University of New South Wales
Kazuyo Nakamura, Hiroshima University
Li-Yan Wang, National Changhua University of Education (Taiwan)
Donal O’Donoghue, University of British Columbia
Belidson Dias, Universidade de Brasilia
Nicholas Houghton, University for the Creative Arts
Helene Illeris, University of Agder
Victoria Pavlou, Frederick University Cyprus
Raphael Vella, University of Malta
Readers of Artwork Scholarship books may also be interested in a related publication Visually Provoking: Dissertations in Art Education (2018), originally published by Lapland University Press, available Open Access.