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Studies in Art Education

Studies in Art Education: A Journal of Issues and ResearchStudies in Art Education is a quarterly journal that reports quantitative, qualitative, historical, and philosophical research in art education, including explorations of theory and practice in the areas of art production, art criticism, aesthetics, art history, human development, curriculum and instruction, and assessment. Studies also publishes reports of applicable research in related fields such as anthropology, education, psychology, philosophy, and sociology.

Manuscripts must be typed, double-spaced, have appropriate margins, consist of approximately 5, 000 words, and include an abstract of 75-150 words. Authors should follow the guidelines detailed in from the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th edition (2001). See Author Guidelines below for submission details.

All manuscripts go through a blind review by selected members of the Studies Editorial Board. Most manuscripts go through at least one rewrite. The Senior Editor may further edit a manuscript prior to publication, but author permission is obtained for extensive changes. Studies welcomes commentaries that are concise focused responses to issues addressed in published articles or in the field at large, as well as book reviews. Authors who wish to submit commentaries or book reviews should consult a current issue of Studies, or the Author Guidelines, for contact information for editors of these sections.

View files below for further information on submissions of articles:

Dr. Mary Ann Stankiewicz, Senior Editor, Studies in Art Education, School of Visual Arts, The Pennsylvania State University. A complete set of Author Guidelines is included in each issue of Studies, in the pdf above.

View sample digital issue: Volume 55, Number 4 - Summer 2014

Subscribe to Studies in Art Education today! NAEA Members receive a reduced rate of $20 per one year subscription. The cost is $30 per one year subscription for non-members (or $9 per copy). Canadian/foreign subscriptions are $45 per one year subscription. For Canadian/foreign orders, please fill out the subscription form and submit it via e-mail to subscriptions@arteducators.org; fax at 703-860-2960; or mail to NAEA, ATTN: Subscriptions, 1806 Robert Fulton Drive, Suite 300, Reston, VA 20191. (login or create an account and click on "Subscriptions").

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A special joint publication of Studies in Art Education and Art Education Journal
Call for Articles, Commentaries, and Media Reviews on Theory and Practice in Art Education - See more at:

A special joint publication of Studies in Art Education and Art Education Journal
Call for Articles, Commentaries, and Media Reviews on Theory and Practice in Art Education - See more at:

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