Research Across Boundaries: Challenges of Interdisciplinary Work in the Context of Law
Call For Papers
Cityscape is a scholarly journal published three times per year by the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development's Office of Policy Development and Research. Data Shop, a department of Cityscape, presents short articles on creative uses of data. Through Data Shop, readers are exposed to new techniques in using well-known data sources as well as introduced to new or overlooked sources for the purpose of housing and urban studies-related research.
NeMLA 2021 Graduate Student Caucus-Sponsored Session
NeMLA Graduate Student Caucus-Sponsored Panel for 2021
The purpose of this seminar is to reflect on how educators teach in an effective and affective way in educational environments transformed by the Covid-19 pandemic. The transformation of face-to-face courses into courses taught online has altered teaching methodologies and how instructors interact with their students. In the humanities, the interpersonal interaction between the instructor and students is an important determining factor to ensure that subject matter is effectively assimilated by students.
Extended Abstract Submission Deadline: 3 July 2020
Climate change is the existential crisis of this century, affecting biodiversity, ecosystems, and all aspects of human life. This is a topic of enormous breadth, complexity, and particular urgency with respect to knowledge, innovation, collaboration, advocacy, and activism. This theme issue of the peer-reviewed Scholarship and Practice of Undergraduate Research (SPUR) will explore the broad and impactful work of undergraduate research in the context of climate change.
Announcing a call for book chapter proposals for a forthcoming edited volume titled, Utilizing Visual Representation in Education Research, which is focused on visual and image-based methodologies that can be used to expand how educators approach, design, and innovate research for the purpose of informing and improving teaching and learning. We are seeking chapter proposals from academic faculty and practitioner-researchers alike in PK-12 and higher education who use visual methods and methodologies in researching how they improve teaching practice.