[xmca] RE: Special Issue of Semiotica on Education

From: Michael Glassman (MGlassman@hec.ohio-state.edu)
Date: Sun Aug 14 2005 - 12:30:34 PDT

I am going to be a couple of days late getting you the paper (I hope this is all right. I should have it to you by Friday the 19th). A few unexpected delays. My co-author has to get her final copy of her dissertation in my the 17th (small but annoying corrections that take a lot of time. And I was hit with a big project this summer out of the blue. Still the paper is mostly complete, kind of radical though so in the end it may get shot down by the review process. Still, I'm pretty happy with it.
Well, let me know if you have any problems. Sorry for the delay.
Michael Glassman
Department of Human Development and Family Sciences
The Ohio State University


From: Cunningham, Donald J. [mailto:cunningh@indiana.edu]
Sent: Mon 1/17/2005 10:35 AM
To: Xmca
Subject: Special Issue of Semiotica on Education

Marcel Danesi, the new Editor-in-Chief of the journal Semiotica
(http://www.degruyter.de/rs/384_409_DEU_h.htm) has invited me to be
guest editor of a special issue of the journal on the topic of semiotics
and education. Rather than limiting the issue to a specific topic within
education, I have chosen to take an eclectic approach. This would
include both theoretical and empirical papers across the numerous
programs and areas that have applied semiotic concepts to education. My
hope is to show the readers of this journal the breadth of our efforts
as well as the depth. I would also welcome papers that are exploring the
potential value of semiotics in enriching a current theoretical
approach, such as situated cognition, activity theory, constructivism,

If you agree to submit a paper, you will need to complete and send me
the attached "Biographical Note Form for Semiotica Contributors,"
"Copyright Agreement," and submit a title and a 100 word abstract. I
have also attached the style sheet of the journal. The deadline for a
completed paper would be August 15, 2005. I would have reviews and
requests for revisions back to you by October 15, with final copy going
to Semiotica by the end of the year. This is ambitious but do-able.
Submissions should be no longer than 10,000 words although that limit
may be negotiable depending on the number of contributors.

Please distribute this call for papers to colleagues you believe might
be interested.

Donald J. Cunningham
Jacobs Chair in Education & Technology
Indiana University
School of Education
210 N. Rose Ave
Bloomington, IN 47401

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