JoLLE is currently accepting manuscript submissions for our Spring 2022 issue, Volume 18(1), on the topic of “Decolonizing Language and Literacy Through Intercultural Citizenship Education.

The deadline for spring issue submissions is January 5th, 2022.

This theme is an attempt to reevaluate and reconstruct the status-quo educational practices and research in language and literacy education that trivialize and harm marginalized communities. The concept of intercultural citizenship emphasizes the possibility of acting in a multicultural community by intentionally developing an awareness of other perspectives and an understanding of the international community. We welcome proposals connecting research and practice that transformatively explore issues of diversity, justice, race, ethnicity, intercultural citizenship, and professional ethics in language and literacy education.

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JoLLE Publication Ethics Statement

JoLLE accepts submissions of the following:

JoLLE does not publish verbatim previously published book chapters, book excerpts, or articles.

JoLLE, as an online journal, welcomes innovative use of digital sound, image, and other representation to accompany articles or as the centerpiece of publications. Contributors are encouraged to make use of data that is not possible to publish in print media for JoLLE submissions, including video or audio data from previously published work that is subjected to a new treatment for JoLLE readers.

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When submitting your manuscript for review, please consult our JoLLE statement on gender-inclusive terms and follow its guidelines.


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