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Editors

 

Bryan McKinley Jones Brayboy (Lumbee) 
Borderlands Professor of Indigenous Education and Justice, and Director, Center for Indian Education, School of Social Transformation 
Arizona State University

K. Tsianina Lomawaima (Mvskoke/Creek Nation), Professor, Justice Studies and Social Inquiry and Distinguished Professor of Indigenous Education, Center for Indian Education, School of Social Transformation 
Arizona State University

Teresa L. McCarty, George F. Kneller Chair in Education and Anthropology, Graduate School of Education and Information Studies 
University of California, Los Angeles

 

Consulting Editors (JAIE Editors Emeritus)

David Beaulieu (White Earth Chippewa), University of Minnesota–Duluth
Karen Gayton Comeau (Standing Rock Sioux), Haskell Indian Nations University (Emerita)
John W. Tippeconnic III (Comanche), Arizona State University
Octaviana Trujillo (Yoeme), Northern Arizona University
Denis Viri, Arizona State University (Emeritus)

 

Assistant Editor

Jeston Morris, Arizona State University

 

Editorial Board

Jo-ann Archibald (Stol:lo), University of British Columbia
Megan Bang (Anishinabe), University of Washington
Ray Barnhardt, University of Alaska Fairbanks
Maenette Benham (Native Hawaiian), University of Hawai’i-Mānoa
Angelia Castagno, Northern Arizona University
Susan Faircloth (Coharie), North Carolina State University
Anna Figueira, Portland State University
Perry Gilmore, University of Arizona
Sandy Grande (Quechua), Connecticut College
Justin Guillory (Nez Perce), Northwest Indian College
Mary Hermes (Dakota, Chinese), University of Minnesota
Bernice Joseph (Athabascan), University of Alaska Fairbanks
Beverly Klug, Idaho State University
Tiffany S. Lee (Diné/Lakota), University of New Mexico
Beth Leonard (Deg Xinag), University of Alaska Fairbanks
Allan Luke, Queensland University of Technology
Margaret Maaka (Māori), University of Hawai’i–Mānoa
Glenabah Martinez (Taos Pueblo), University of New Mexico
Stephen May, University of Auckland
Sharon Nelson-Barber (Rappahannock), WestEd
Grayson Noley (Choctaw), University of Oklahoma
Sheilah Nicholas (Hopi), University of Arizona
Jon Reyhner, Northern Arizona University
Troy Richardson (Saponi-Tuscarora), Cornell University
Mary Eunice Romero-Little (Cochiti), Arizona State University
Christine Sims (Acoma), University of New Mexico
Graham Smith (Māori), Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi
Linda Tuhiwai Smith (Māori), University of Waikato
Elizabeth Sumida Huaman (Wanka Quechua), Arizona State University
Eve Tuck (Aleut), State University of New York at New Paltz
Malia Villegas (Alutiiq/Sugpiaq), National Congress of American Indians
S.L. No’eau Warner (Native Hawaiian), University of Hawai’i–Mānoa
Stephanie Waterman (Onondaga), University of Rochester
K. Laiana Wong (Native Hawaiian), University of Hawai’i–Mānoa
Leisy Wyman, University of Arizona
Tarajean Yazzie-Mintz (Diné), American Indian College Fund


Essay Submission Guidelines

Prepare manuscripts according to the most recent Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.) (http://www.apastyle.org/manual/index.aspx). Format manuscripts in Microsoft Word and blind for anonymous peer review; manuscripts not blinded or appropriately formatted will be returned.  In a transmittal letter, authors must certify that the manuscript is not being considered by another publisher. All empirical studies must document: (1) the use of accepted ethical protocols for research with human subjects; and (2) site-specific approvals, including research and/or IRB approvals required by Native nations, tribes, or bands as well as schools and school districts, where appropriate. Please use the term most appropriate to the Indigenous group or people to whom the manuscript refers. American Indian/Alaska Native, Native American, Native Hawaiian, and Indigenous are acceptable terms when referring to Indigenous peoples of the United States.

All manuscripts must be submitted electronically to jaie@asu.edu.  Submit the manuscript as one Word document (do not send a pdf). In separate Word documents, provide: (1) abstract (150 words); (2) biographical statement(s) for each author (50 words each); and (3) contact information for each author, including author name, affiliation, email address, postal address, and phone number.  Do not include author name(s) on the manuscript.

Feature-length manuscripts (research studies, scholarly essays, original reviews of literature, interpretive/theoretical studies) should be 7,500-8,000 words total, including references, endnotes, tables, and figures. 

Reports from the Field (original scholarly manuscripts providing descriptive, evaluative, and/or policy-oriented analyses of innovative education models and practices) should be no more than 5,000 words, including references, endnotes, tables, and figures. See JAIE 49 (3) for fuller description of Reports from the Field.

Manuscripts will be considered throughout the year and, if accepted, will be published in any of the three issues at the direction of the editorial staff. There is no remuneration for JAIEcontributors; authors will receive 3 free copies of the issue in which the manuscript is published. Additional copies (up to 10) of the issue in which the manuscript was published may be purchased at a discounted rate. 

 

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