Driving Society Forward.
INFORMATION FOR SOCIAL CHANGE
Information for Social Change (ISC) is an organisation that
'Challenges the dominant paradigms of library and information work'.
ISC is an organisation that is in liaison with the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP)
ISC is co-edited by:
Ruth Rikowski and John Pateman
We publish twice a year - Winter and Summer
Calls for Articles
We welcome articles on a range of topics within the broad field of Radical Library and Information Issues
Length of articles - approximately 3,000 words
No standard format required
ISSN 1364 694X
If you are interested in submitting an article to ISC, please contact Ruth Rikowski
Information for Social Change
ISC Number 23 will be a Special Issue on Education for Social Change and guest edited by Glenn Rikowski. It will be published in the summer of 2006.
For this issue, we are seeking articles on the general theme of the role of education for progressive social change. Articles addressing this theme that are fired by critical pedagogy, or socialist, communist, Marxist, or other anti-capitalist perspectives are particularly welcome.
As well as articles of between 5000–10000 words, we are also interested in shorter pieces of between 2000-4000 words (including review articles) and poems.
The deadline for receipt of papers is 1st May 2006. Enquiries, ideas and suggestions to:
‘Only the educated are free’, Epictetus (a Roman, Greek-born slave and Stoic philosopher, 55 AD – 135 AD), from the Discourses.
‘Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world’, Nelson Mandela
Dr. Glenn Rikowski, School of Education, University of Northampton, UK
12th September 2005
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