InSEA Publicatons: Peer review process
NOTE: InSEA Publications employs a double-blind 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 strapline 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. For example, we will consider edited books, visual essays and monographs from individuals or groups. Applicants should remember that all our publications are subject to peer-review.
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: Academic Review Panel (2017-19)
Members of our review panel 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.
Prof. Glen Coutts, The University of Lapland, Finland.
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
Dr. Jill Smith, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Prof. Samia Elsheikh, Helwan University, Egypt
Dr. Alice Wexler, State University of New York at New Paltz, 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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