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Journal of General Education

A Curricular Commons of the Humanities and Sciences

Christopher P. Long, Editor

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ISSN 0021-3667
E-ISSN 1527-2060
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Journal of General Education

A Curricular Commons of the Humanities and Sciences

Christopher P. Long, Editor

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Journal of General Education: A Curricular Commons of the Humanities and Sciences is devoted to the ideas and ideals of scholarship that enlighten the understanding of curriculum that reaches beyond disciplinary and professional concentrations to provide an undergraduate educational commons. The journal’s research, essays and reviews engage academic communities and the broader public in deliberations about general education experiments and innovation, including but not limited to the assessment, history, philosophy, and theoretical commitments of general education.

Journal of General Education: A Curricular Commons of the Humanities and Sciences distinguishes itself as a journal focused not on a scholarship of general interest to those engaged in undergraduate education writ large, but as a scholarly community interested in general education as a distinctive cornerstone of the arts of liberty that prepare citizens to live engaged, responsible, and meaningful lives.

We encourage you to engage the journal community online through our Twitter account: @JGenEdu.

Editor
Christopher P. Long, Michigan State University

Advisory Board
Sean Burns, Northwestern University in Qatar
John Dedrick, Kettering Foundation
Rosa Eberly, The Pennsylvania State University
Connie Flanagan, University of Wisconsin Madison
Walter E. Fluker, Boston University
Tanya Furman, The Pennsylvania State Unviersity
Sukhwant Jhaj, Portland State University
Stephanie Kenen, Harvard College
John F. Kutsko, Executive Director, Society of Biblical Literature
Steven Lamy, University of Southern California
Lisa Lattuca, University of Michigan
Sondra Myers, University of Scranton
Cynthia Nearman, Guilford College
Sandra Richards, Northwestern University in Qatar
Randy Swing, Association For Institutional Research

Editorial Assistant
Sophia Pavlos

If you would like to submit an article to JGE, please visit http://www.editorialmanager.com/jge/ and create an author profile. The online system will guide you through the steps to upload your article for submission to the editorial office. We also encourage you to engage the journal community online through our Twitter account @JGenEdu.

Articles are selected for the original ideas, cogent arguments, creative approaches they contribute to enriching the general education endeavor. Each article is assessed by the editors and select reviewers for its contribution to the scholarship on general education. Manuscripts for submission should be typed double-spaced throughout, including block quotations and references, and pages should be numbered consecutively, with notes grouped in one section at the end. Footnotes are not permitted. To ensure anonymity, authors' names and affiliations should appear on a separate cover page.

Submissions preferably should not exceed 25 pages. A 200-word abstract is required with all submissions. Upon acceptance, a 60-word biography will be requested for each author.

The following formats, listed in order of preference, will be accepted: Microsoft Word 6.0 or higher, rich text format (rtf), or simple text. Please check for and eliminate all viruses before sending.

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