Information For Readers

The CEA Forum is an online, peer-reviewed, open-access journal sponsored by the College English Association for the scholarship of teaching and learning in English studies. It is our hope that the journal will reflect the wide and varied interests of the CEA membership. To that end, we welcome praxis-oriented pieces that examine teaching in the fields of literature, rhetoric/composition, technical communication, creative writing, theory, English education, film studies, disability studies, and other areas; further, we encourage pieces that look at these not necessarily as discrete areas of specialization, but that look at the ways these fields intersect and the practical connections that can be made among them.

Contributions are sought examining classroom praxis, offering best practices and pitfalls, teaching strategies, and case studies. Pieces that focus on all areas of the teaching and learning of English studies, including syllabi and assignments, are welcome. We also welcome short reviews of recent publications of interest to CEA members; contributors are welcome to suggest publications, or to write expressing interest in getting an assignment.

The CEA Forum is indexed in the MLA International Bibliography and the Education Resources Information Center. It is published twice a year in May and December.

To submit an article or apply to review for the journal, you must first register. After registering as an author with The CEA Forum, you may submit contributions using the journal's online submission system. If you have questions about the submission system, write to the Editor, Jamie McDaniel, at jmcdaniel30@radford.

Beginning with Issue 39.1 (Winter/Spring 2010), The CEA Forum is supported by Texas Digital Libraries, and we invite readers to visit the site for current and future issues as well as guidelines for submission.