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Educational Studies Journal


Stephanie L. Curley, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
Jeong-eun Rhee, Long Island University Post, New York
Binaya Subedi, The Ohio State University
Sharon Subreenduth, Bowling Green State University, Ohio

Managing Editor

Sandra Spickard Prettyman

Assistant Editors

Erin Chenicek, Long Island University Post, New York
Dianah B Kitiabi, Bowling Green State University, Ohio

The Educational Studies Editorial Team email is

Aims and Scope

Educational Studies, as the official journal of the American Educational Studies Association (AESA), invites submissions relevant to AESA and the disciplines of social and educational foundations. AESA was established in 1968 as an international learned society for scholars, researchers, teacher educators, students, teachers, and administrators who are interested in social and educational foundations, both in and outside of schools. The organization has attracted scholars who engage within the disciplines of anthropology, economics, history, philosophy, politics, and sociology of education, as well as race/ethnic, gender, queer, cultural, comparative, and transnational studies. Educational Studies provides a cross-disciplinary forum for the exchange and debate of ideas generated from the above-mentioned fields of study. In addition to research articles, the journal invites submissions of reviews of books, films/documentaries, arts, and new media; essays dealing with pedagogical issues in social and educational foundations courses; and other creative works relevant to social and educational foundations scholarship.

Submission Guidelines

Submit online at:

Updated instructions for authors and full submission details are also online at both and

Submissions are open and not subject to a deadline, unless for a Special Issue.

During the online submission process, authors must confirm that: (1) the manuscript has been submitted solely to this journal, has not been published before, or is not in-press elsewhere; (2) all the research meets ethical guidelines (e.g., Institutional Review Board, where applicable; and adherence to legal requirements of the study country); (3) the authors have prepared (a) a complete text and (b) a blinded text (e.g., the complete text minus the title page, acknowledgements, and any running headers of author names, to allow blinded review).

Suggested length limits per type of submission:

  • Articles and review essays: 6000-8000 words
  • Book reviews: 2000-3000 words
  • Multimedia: 1-5 pages (8.5 x 11 inches) or up to 5000 words
  • Essays and commentaries: 2000-5000 words
  • Creative: 1-3 pages (8/5 x 11 inches) or up to 2000 words

All article and review essay submissions must include an abstract of 100-300 words and 3-5 keywords on the first page of the manuscript in addition to entering those items when required by the online submission system.


All submissions should follow APA, 6th edition. Documents must be in .doc or .docx format only. Please do not upload PDF files. The Taylor & Francis guidelines for APA and a link to the official APA manual are available at

Review Process

Submissions undergo screening for adherence to formatting and guidelines, as well as internal editorial and external blind review. The editorial team relies heavily on external reviews. Ultimately, acceptance for publication is the decision of the editorial team.


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Members' Published Works

This page contains links to members' publications and is by no means exhaustive. If you would like to have a publication listed below, please contact: Jennifer Stoops


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Invoking Mnemosyne: Art, Memory, and the Uncertain Emergence of a Feminist Embodied Methodology
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The Handbook of Leadership and Professional Learning Communities
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Ethical Decision-making in Educational Administration: Leadership as Moral Architecture
Paul A. Wagner and Douglas Simpson

Battleground Schools (2 Vols.)
S. Mathison & E. W. Ross (Eds.)

The Educated Person: Toward a New Paradigm for Liberal Education
D. G. Mulcahy

Inclusion in Urban Education Environments: Addressing Issues of Diversity, Equity, and Social Justice
Denise E. Armstrong & Brenda J. McMahon

School Reform Critics: The Struggle for Democratic Schooling
Joseph L. DeVitis & Kenneth Teitelbaum (Eds.)

The College Curriculum: A Reader
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Unveiling the Promise of Community Cultural Wealth to Sustaining Latina/o Students’ College-Going Information Networks
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Race, Remembering, and Jim Crow's Teachers (Studies in African American History and Culture)
Hilton Kelly

Teach For America Counter-Narratives: Alumni Speak Up and Speak Out (Black Studies and Critical Thinking)
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Disassembling and Decolonizing School in the Pacific: A Genealogy from Micronesia
David Kupferman

The Gates Foundation and the Future of US Public Schools
Phil Kovacs, (Ed.)

Classic Edition Sources: Multicultural Education
(2nd ed.)

Jana Noel

Learning From Children: The Legacy of Caroline Pratt
Mary E. Hauser

Re-Envisioning Education and Democracy
Ruthanne Kurth-Schai and Charles R. Green

Black Hands In The Biscuits Not In The Classrooms: Unveiling Hope In A Struggle For Brown's Promise
Sherick A. Hughes

Market Movements: African American Involvement in School Voucher Reform
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A Measure of Failure: The Political Origins of Standardized Testing
Mark J. Garrison

Contemporary Colleges and Universities: A Reader
Joseph L. DeVitis (Ed.)

Today's College Students: A Reader. New York
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Mary Wollstonecraft: Philosophical Mother of Coeducation
Susan Laird

Neoliberal Education Reform: Gendered Notions in Global and Local Contexts
Sarah A. Robert