Narritive Matters 2004  Narrative Matters 2004


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Narrative Matters 2002
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To delegates who presented at "Narrative Matters 2004", you are invited to submit your paper for possible inclusion in the following peer-reviewed publications:

Narrative Knowing and Learning:
Interdisciplinary Issues and Themes

Special Issue of Interchange, A Quarterly Review of Education
Published by Kluwer Academic, in association with the
Faculty of Education, University of Calgary

Interchange is a peer-reviewed quarterly that embraces educational theory, research, analysis, history, philosophy, policy, and practice. The journal seeks to foster exchanges among practitioners, policy-makers, and scholars, and to provide a forum for comment on issues and trends in education.

Interchange is pleased to announce that it will publish a future issue on the theme of “Narrative Knowing and Learning: Interdisciplinary Issues and Themes.” The guest editors will be William Randall, EdD, and Dolores Furlong, PhD, Principal Co-organizers of Narrative Matters 2004.

The editors invite all presenters at Narrative Matters 2004 whose papers address this theme, and reflect the focus of Interchange, to consider making a submission. Details are given below. Work must be submitted no later than August 6, 2004. A selection of papers will be made and successful authors will be contacted by September 24 with comments and recommendations for further revisions. Final versions will be required by December 3, 2004.

Authors should submit 3 copies of their manuscript, each with an accompanying 1-page abstract and a list of ten keywords. Title page with author’s name, address, affiliation, and email address should be provided separately. Feature length articles are typically about 25 manuscript pages (approximately 5000 words of text). All copy, including excerpts, notes, and references, must be double-spaced and conform to the style described by the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th edition). Tables and figures should be kept to a minimum. Completed papers (for this issue only) must be submitted to the guest editors at the address below, by August 6, 2004.

Interchange will require electronic versions of articles that are accepted for publication. Final electronic versions of accepted articles should be emailed via file attachment to Ms. Linda Lentz, Managing Editor, Interchange at (if disk versions are provided, they should be written in either WordPerfect or Microsoft Word). Copy-edited articles will be emailed or faxed to authors for approval.


Dr. William Randall
Dept. of Gerontology
St. Thomas University
Fredericton, NB
E3B 5G3


Dr. Delores Furlong
Faculty of Nursing
University of New Brunswick
Fredericton, NB
E3B 5A3