CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Emerging Scholars Panel
Due: March 10, 2019
The John Dewey Society calls for paper proposals for its panel for emerging scholars to be held at its annual meeting in conjunction with the American Educational Research Association meeting in Toronto in April 5-6, 2019.
Theme — Dewey in/and China: Cultural Transformation & Progressive Education in International Settings Today
2019 marks the centennial of the start of John Dewey’s stay of two years and two months in China. This year the John Dewey Society is exploring topics related to the above theme, including nationalism, populism, John Dewey’s influence in China, the intersection of pragmatism and Confucianism, and the role of culture. While the general call for proposals has ended, the John Dewey Society has an exciting new opportunity for those in the nascency of their academic careers. Or, simply, emerging scholars. We call for papers, both completed and in progress, on any topic related to John Dewey. While this call is broad, papers must use Dewey as the central focus.
Once identified, each emerging scholar will be paired with a senior scholar at the John Dewey Society annual conference. There the senior scholars will workshop the paper with the emerging scholar, offer guidance for potential publication, as well as answer any questions the emerging scholar has. This is an excellent opportunity to: (1) receive invaluable mentoring from established scholars and (2) make professional and academic connections.
How to Submit
Submit all proposals
(prepared per instructions below) for individual papers via email with an
attachment as a Word document. All proposals are due by midnight Eastern time
March 10, 2019 via email to B. Jacob Del Dotto, John Dewey Society Emerging
Scholars Coordinator, Loyola University-Chicago email@example.com;
Any questions – contact Jacob Del Dotto directly via email.
Proposals accepted for presentation in this panel of the John Dewey Society will be notified by March 15, 2019. Full copies of the papers to be workshopped must be submitted by March 22, 2019.
Part 1 (submit in the body of your email message with the subject line JDS Emerging Scholars Proposal)
(1.) Title of your paper and theme your proposal addresses
(2.) Your name, title, institutional affiliation (if any)
(3.) Your address, phone, email
(4.) An abstract of up to 100 words
Part 2 (in an attached Word document with all identifying information removed for anonymous review)
(1.) Title of your paper
(2.) A descriptive summary of your paper (maximum length 1000 words), explaining your paper and its significance, especially in relation to your selected theme. List several references to place your contribution in the broader scholarly conversation
About The John Dewey Society (http://www.johndeweysociety.org)
Founded in 1935, the purpose of the Society is to foster intelligent inquiry into problems pertaining to the place and function of education in social change, and to share, discuss, and disseminate the results of such inquir