Inaugural Issue -February 2016

Dialogues in Social Justice: An Adult Education Journal (DSJ) inaugural issue features contributions from leading scholars in the field: Dr. Talmadge C. Guy, Dr. Daphne W. Ntiri, Dr. Tonette Rocco, Dr. Nelly Stromquist, Dr. James Witte, Dr. Stephen Brookfield, Dr. Jovita Ross-Gordon, and Dr. Mary V. Alfred. Each article highlights issues of social justice in adult education that we are sure will increase both your knowledge and desire to learn more about how social justice operates in and shapes the field of adult education.

Dialogues in Social Justice: An Adult Education Journal (DSJ) is a peer-reviewed journal publishing manuscript submissions on a range of topics related to historical and contemporary issues in the area of social justice in adult education. Theory, research, and practice-based submissions on innovative applications of social justice across a variety of contexts: workplace, higher education, community are welcomed.

Senior and junior scholars, practitioners, and activists are encouraged to submit 1) full-length manuscripts, 2) reflective manuscripts, and 3) book reviews/resources to DSJ.

To learn more about the journal and register as a reader and prospective author, please follow this link. https://journals.uncc.edu/index.php/DSJ/user/register

After registration, you will receive a confirmation email,  have the ability to submit manuscripts, and will be notified when new issues are available.

For more information:

dsjadulteducation@gmail.com

Inaugural Issue Publication Date:

February, 2016