Submissions are invited for the latest edition of Hillary Place Papers, the online, peer-reviewed journal of the School of Education at the University of Leeds. We are interested in both research and non-research articles relating to contemporary issues in education, and educational research and scholarship – We also invite the submission of academic book reviews, conference reports and reviews, interviews with scholars in the field of education, and accounts of experience of research and teaching.
Our aim is to provide postgraduate research students at the University of Leeds and elsewhere with the chance to develop their writing and publication skills, to publish and disseminate their work, and to share their research and insights with the educational research community. We particularly encourage submissions of articles co-authored by multiple research students as well as by students with their supervisors.
Types of submission
We are happy to consider submissions including, but not limited to:
- Short research papers (4000-7000 words)
- Think pieces on current issues in educational research and practice (1000-4000 words)
- Accounts of experience of research or teaching (1000-4000 words)
- Book reviews (1000-3000 words)
- Conference reports and reviews (1000-3000 words)
- Interviews with scholars/academics/teachers (2000-5000 words)
Please note, the given word limits include references. Please complete your article following the template (below) and include a cover letter with your submission.
Deadline for article submissions: November 30th, 2017
First round of reviews to be completed: Mid-January, 2018
Deadline for revisions and resubmissions: February 7th, 2018
Anticipated publication of the journal: Spring 2018
How to submit
Articles may be submitted to HPP@leeds.ac.uk. Authors interested in confirming the suitability of their writing for Hillary Place Papers are welcome to contact us with titles, themes and ideas for consideration.
The final deadline for submission of completed articles will be November 30th 2017.