SPSE hosts a peer-reviewed journal, the Journal for the Philosophical Study of Education (JPSE).
Call for Papers:
The Journal for the Philosophical Study of Education (JPSE) is now seeking submissions for its fourth volume from members of the Society for the Philosophical Study of Education (SPSE) and others. Priority will be given to papers delivered at the annual November meetings of SPSE in Chicago. However, other works, such as interviews, reviews, works in progress, and articles, will also be considered. See the introduction for an idea of the editorial strategy and scope of JPSE. Please submit materials as attachments to the editors, Allan Johnston and Guillemette Johnston.
Please indicate “JPSE submission” in the subject line of the email. Documents should be submitted in Microsoft Word doc or docx formats. In formatting, please follow APA guidelines. Please also include an abstract of about 100 words with your submission, as well as a biographical note.
If you are interested in reviewing papers submitted to JPSE, please let us know. Interested parties should submit a CV and a writing sample for consideration.
When reviewing a paper, readers are expected to exercise academic tolerance and provide constructive support with helpful suggestions, questions, and comments. Disparaging, egoistic, and dismissive feedback on behalf of the reader will not be accepted and will not be sent to the writer unless it is revised. This type of review, we feel, does not serve the purpose of helping to create a safe, respectful, and supportive academic community. We aim at opening minds, not closing them, and being helpful and productive.