Stole this off the SEARCHgrads email, where it was posted by Judi Piggott, who used to head up SEARCH. Do note that this is an unpaid call for research contributions; normally I don’t post unpaid opportunities, but it’s an excellent cause, it’s academic publishing (which never pays anyway, except in tenure) and it serves to further the professionalism of the field because it is, after all, research.
Call for Abstracts A New Book in the CAIP (Creative Arts in Interdisciplinary Practice) Research Series
Publisher: Detselig Temeron Press
Editor, Cheryl McLean, Publisher IJCAIP, http://www.ijcaip.com
International Journal of The Creative Arts in Interdisciplinary Practice
Associate Editor, Robert Kelly Ph.D., Fine Arts, University of Calgary
“Creative Arts in Interdisciplinary Practice, Research for Change Across Cultures and Communities
The CAIP, Creative Arts in Interdisciplinary Practice research text series was launched with the inaugural text “Creative Arts in Interdisciplinary Practice, Inquiries for Hope and Change” published by Detselig Temeron Books, Editor, Cheryl McLean, Associate Editor, Robert Kelly, scheduled for release in April 2010. (http://www.creativeartpractice.blogspot.com “Creative Arts in Interdisciplinary Practice, Inquiries for Hope and Change” introduced the emerging field with illustrative examples, demonstrating the breadth and depth of the applications of the creative arts in research action and interdisciplinary practice for hope and change.
Hear what our CAIP, Inquiries for Hope and Change contributors (bk. l) have to say about creative arts in research and interdisciplinary practice for “hope and change” here
New Call for Abstracts for Book 2 in the CAIP research series:
Creative Arts in Interdisciplinary Practice, Research for Change Across Cultures and Communities
In our upcoming book, Creative Arts in Interdisciplinary Practice “Research for Change Across Cultures and Communities” there will be a particular focus on arts and community based research that transforms and empowers individuals and communities. We are interested in arts and research within neighbourhoods and cities, across continents and beyond borders. Currently we are seeking illustrative and accessible research accounts about the creative arts in interdisciplinary practice, progressive research that offers hope for change across cultures and communities locally and globally.
These are a just a few of the themes and subjects areas that may be explored in text 2:
- arts research and community based research CBR/ arts and participatory methods
- arts in research and practice re-building or bridging communities in conflict (visual arts, dance, performance, narrative/poetry, installation etc.)
- arts in research and interdisciplinary practice across cultures for global change
- ethnographic/oral history field studies leading to arts for social justice, anti-oppression work, empowerment
- arts in research for improved health and quality of life, examples poverty, homelessness, environment, youth, crime, aging, urban studies
- arts used in distinctive and innovative ways, transformative new methods that explore and challenge..creative new ways to investigate, explore, articulate and communicate research findings while working actively within communities to create change.
Send an abstract (max. l pg.) with name, affiliation and a brief bio and an indication of your references as an email Word attachment to the editor, CherylMcLean@ijcaip.com with “submission “Research for Change Across Cultures and Communities” in the subject line. English language submissions only. Deadline extended: March 20, 2010 for abstracts. Selected candidates will be contacted with a request for a full article submission for the book and additional information will be provided at that time. Due date for full articles will be e/o May 2010. Please be aware that we are seeking research related articles.
Cheryl McLean, Editor, Publisher, IJCAIP
The International Journal of the Creative Arts in Interdisciplinary Practice
website: http://www.ijcaip.com email: CherylMcLean@ijcaip.com
CAIP BOOK BLOG: http://www.creativeartpractice.blogspot.com