Guest editor: Joan Mullin, University of Texas
Disciplines across the curriculum increasingly respond to the visual culture into which our students graduate-and from which they come. This issue will explore the use of visuals to teach, to construct and deconstruct knowledge; specific disciplinary expectations concerning visuals as end products/forms of communication; the production, changes and/or effects visual technologies (from paper to screen) have had on our field; the intersections between/among visual/written/spoken pedagogies and productions across disciplines/interdisciplines; ways in which brain activity dedicated to writing intersects/affects/changes visual production. These broad areas can lead to specific articles that explore questions such as
Deadline for Proposals: September 1, 2004
Notification of Acceptance: November 2004
Manuscripts Due: June 1 2005
Publication: Fall 2005
Proposal Format: Submit a one-page proposal outlining your topic, the research base upon which you will draw, and the outline of how you will discuss the study, data, theory/practice to be developed. Send electronically (Microsoft Word format is preferred) to firstname.lastname@example.org.