Artwork Scholarship

Artwork Scholarship: International Perspectives in Education

The aim of Artwork Scholarship is to invite debate on, and provide an essential series resource for transnational scholars engaged in analyses of the emergent paradigm of creative research involving the visual, literary and performative arts that advances pedagogical and experimental perspectives, reflective and evaluative assessments, methodological deliberations, and ethical issues and concerns in relation to a host of topic areas in education.

Manuscripts will address questions such as: What is artwork scholarship? How does arts education compare internationally? What educational modes and models are widening debates concerning the arts? How might best practices be adapted transnationally? Does arts education facilitate cosmopolitan perspectives and contribute to sustainability of the arts at a time of globalization of education?

Artwork scholarship is a new forum to curate conversations about the arts as research. We look forward to hearing from authors interested in contributing to this series and welcome proposals on a range of related topics.

In partnership with Intellect Books we have launched the series: Artwork Scholarship: International Perspectives in Education.

Contact us for more information or please visit Intellect’s Artwork Scholarship page

Series Editors: Anita Sinner and Rita Irwin

Book authors

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Book editors

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Advisory Review Board

David Andrew, University of the Witwatersrand

Belidson Dias, Universidade de Brasilia

Fernando Hernandez Hernandez, University of Barcelona

Nicholas Houghton, University for the Creative Arts

Helene Illeris, University of Agder

Kazuyo Nakamura, Hiroshima University

Donal O’Donoghue, University of British Columbia

Victoria Pavlou, Frederick University Cyprus

Kim Snepvangers, University of New South Wales

Raphael Vella, University of Malta

Li-Yan Wang, National Changhua University of Education (Taiwan)