InSEA Publications: Different Thinking
InSEA Publications is an academic publisher, established in 2016, that publishes books and articles about visual art education and education through art (we also publish conference proceedings for InSEA congresses and symposia). Our publications seek to promote good practice and cutting-edge research in the field, they are normally electronic and open access on this website.
We promote a wide range of research and praxis from a diverse set of educational contexts from community-based art to more formal university and school praxis in addition to arts-based educational research. Please note the term ‘art’ should be taken to include art, craft and design. Whilst we recognise the interdisciplinary nature of much art research and praxis, we do not publish books or articles that focus mainly on music, drama or dance.
InSEA publications is a member of the CrossREF network and offers the possibility to publish entire books (normally as pdfs). If you are interested in publishing an article, please refer to our journals IJETA or IMAG. All submissions are evaluated using a double-blind peer review process. For larger publications, such as edited books or series, we can work with editors to establish an academic review or editorial board. InSEA publications work closely with authors on the academic content and layout of the publication, from acceptance of the proposal to the final proofs. Ensuring a high-quality publication is our key aim in every case.
Books and e-journals published by InSEA are available from the InSEA website and are free to access for InSEA members. Published authors may reprint or distribute their own articles, free of charge, but we request that the original publication is credited.
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InSEA Publicatons: Peer-review process
Proposals to publish with us
- Proposal is submitted to InSEA Publications (online).
- Proposal is reviewed by at least two members of our Academic Review Panel.
- Proposal is either accepted for peer-review or declined. If accepted, steps 1- 5 below follow.
Manuscripts (ie articles, chapters or visual essays)
- InSEA Publications appoints at least two anonymous expert referees.
- Referees use our peer review form to provide a critique based on the scholarly merit of the submission.
- InSEA Publications sends the reviews to the authors or editors.
- Authors or editors provide a description of any revisions in response to the reviewers’ suggestions.
- If our Academic Review Panel deems the revisions adequate, the publication process will begin.
The average time for review varies from one to three months.
NOTES: As our academic publishing title suggests, InSEA Publications is committed to ‘different thinking’ in art education, research and praxis. We seek proposals that are original and advance knowledge and practice in learning through art. We are committed to publishing international contributions from a range of artistic and educational sites by providing a welcoming and supportive environment for authors from high to low Human Development Index (HDI- http://www.nationsonline.org/
Potential editors, authors, practitioners and contributing authors must be, or agree to become, members of InSEA.
In addition, InSEA Publications aims to make all forms of research and systematic enquiry as widely available as possible, for example through the InSEA web pages as pdfs
InSEA Publications: International Expert Review Panel (2017-19)
Our International Expert Review Panel is the equivalent of a 'scientific' or 'academic' review panel in other contexts. Members of our International review panel are selected for their recongised expertise in art, education and art-based research, they are called on to review proposals to publish with InSEA Publications, and individual manuscripts. If necessary, we also invite additional expert opinion.
Dr. Mohammed Al Amri, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman.
Dr. Kathryn Coleman, The University of Melbourne, Australia.
Susan Coles, National Society for Education in Art & Design, England.
Dr. Teresa Eça, President, InSEA.
Dr. Karen Hutzel, Ohio State University, United States.
Dr. Rita Irwin, The University of British Columbia, Canada.
Prof. Timo Jokela, The University of Lapland, Finland.
Dr Nuray Mamur, Pamukkale University Faculty of Education,Turkey.
Dr. Marjorie Cohee Manifold, Indiana University, United States.
Dr Mirian Celeste Martins, Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, Brazil.
Olga Lucia Olaya Parra, Centro Internacional de Investigación en Educación y Desarrollo Humano, Colombia.
Dr. Gabriella Pataky, ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary.
Dr. Cathy Smilan, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, United States
Prof. Samia Elsheikh, Helwan University, Egypt
Dr. Alice Wexler, Professor Emerita, SUNY New Paltz, Art Education, United States.
Dr. Steve Willis, State University of Missouri, United States.
Dr. Kim Snepvangers, University of New South Wales, Australia.
Prof. Flávia Pedrosa Vasconcelos, Universidade Federal do Vale do São Francisco, Brazil.
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