> ASIA PACIFIC JOURNAL OF EDUCATION
> March 2007 Special Issue: Muslim Education - Challenges,
> Opportunities and Beyond 1st Call for Papers
> EDITORIAL STATEMENT:
> This special issue of APJE is concerned with the life and future of
> Muslim education, its challenges and prospects. In deliberately
> naming the issue "Muslim" instead of "Islamic" education, we would
> like to emphasise the concrete historical agency of Muslims as they
> strive towards their ideals and grapple with the educational issues
> of their times. We open this international platform to give
> scholars the opportunity to define and engage in debates on the
> forms that Muslim education should take and what it may offer to
> the world. Both empirical and theoretical papers are welcomed.
> Several strands of interest for this special issue are:
> Islamisation of knowledge
> Equity and Muslim education
> Equity in access to opportunities
> Integrating Muslim education to/within a national system
> Muslim education and gender equity
> Muslim education and social change
> Role of Muslim intellectuals and intelligentsia
> Contributions of Islamic education theories to general education
> Abstracts and expressions of interest are due by 15 December 2005.
> Papers for full refereeing will be due by 1 May 2006.
> Please see the attached document for full editorial scope and
> submission guidelines to APJE. All submissions and queries should
> be directed to the Editorial Administrator at APJE who-is-at nie.edu.sg. Your
> assistance in forwarding this e-mail to relevant contacts would be
> much appreciated.
> Special Issue Editors: Sa'eda Buang & Masturah Ismail, National
> Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
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