CFP: Special AHPP Issue on Methods in SoTL-AH
Special Issue Art History Pedagogy and Practice: Methods in SoTL-AH
Guest Editor: Kelly Donahue-Wallace, Ph.D.,
Department of Art Education and Art History, University of North Texas
The founding of the journal Art History Pedagogy and Practice represents a quantum leap forward for art history into the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL). Yet art historians are still becoming aware of SoTL’s practices and how to develop systematic, evidence-based investigations of classroom practices.
The purpose of this special issue is both to model an array of SoTL methodologies and to facilitate an increase in SoTL-AH practitioners. With an exemplary sample of approaches, the issue will demonstrate SoTL’s potential in our field. To stimulate emulation and further research, each study will be preceded by a short summary of the paper’s methodology written in accessible language by a SoTL or educational research specialist.
To encourage the contributions of those who are intrigued by the possibilities of SoTL for art history, but who feel they need additional guidance, we invite submissions of abstracts or complete papers. Contributors whose proposals are accepted in the abstract phase will have the opportunity for consultation with a SoTL or educational research expert to develop the final paper.
Please submit your abstract or paper, along with a brief statement of interest, to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 1, 2018.