Literacy (formerly Reading) is a refereed journal for those interested in the study and development of literacy education.
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This is an official journal of the UKLA, published three times a year and received by all members of UKLA. Its readership comprises researchers, teachers, teacher educators, literacy consultants, practitioners, inspectors, librarians and both undergraduate and graduate students. Literacy offers educators a forum for debate through critiquing research evidence, reflecting on analysed accounts of innovative practice and examining recent policy developments.
Literacy welcomes contributions from senior and junior scholars internationally.
To submit an article for Literacy please login to the Wiley website for Literacy and read the section headed ‘Contributors’.
The following kinds of papers are welcomed:
- Reports of recent research in language and literacy
- Informed and analytical accounts of innovative practice
- Critiques of recent policy developments and examination of their impact
- Theoretical explorations that contribute to our understanding of literacy
Literacy is looking for a book reviews editor, or two co-editors, who will be responsible for managing the solicitation, acceptance, and review process for books that have been recently published. They will identify potential reviewers, identify books that warrant being reviewed for Literacy, and solicit review copies from the publishers if needed.
Book review editor(s) will provide feedback to the author of the book review and convey the editorial decision (accept for publication, revise and resubmit, or reject), made in consultation with the Editors, and provide guidance to the authors for revisions, if appropriate. They will work inside the ScholarOne submission system.
The book reviews editor will be a member of the United Kingdom Literacy Association, familiar with the field of literacy from an academic and practitioner perspective and able to recruit reviewers. Experience with a peer-reviewed journal as a reviewer or editor will be beneficial.
Interested candidates should apply by the 31st of March 2020 by sending a short (max 1 page) letter of interest and copy of their CV to [email protected].
Dr. Diane R. Collier, Brock University, Canada
Prof Natalia Kucirkova, University of Stavanger, Norway
Book Reviews Editor
Owen Barden, Liverpool Hope University, UK
Owen Barden, Liverpool Hope University, UK
Cathy Burnett, Sheffield Hallam University, UK
Gabrielle Cliff Hodges, University of Cambridge, UK
Victoria Carrington, University of East Anglia, UK
Teresa Cremin, The Open University, UK
Karen Daniels, Sheffield Hallam, UK
Clare Dowdall, Plymouth University, UK
Sue Ellis, University of Strathclyde, UK
Paul Gardner, Curtin University, Australia
Susan Jones, University of Nottingham, UK
Jan Lacina, Texas Christian University, USA
Andrew Lambirth, The University of Greenwich, UK
Margaret Mackey, University of Alberta, Canada
Anne Mangen, University of Stavanger, Norway
Jill McClay, University of Alberta, Canada
Joanna McIntyre, University of Nottingham, UK
Guy Merchant, Sheffield Hallam University, UK
Trinka Messenheimer, Bowling Green State University, Ohio, USA
Philomena Osseo-Asare, University of Sheffield, UK
Kate Pahl, ESRI, Manchester Metropolitan University
Judy Parr, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Taffy E. Raphael, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Janet Soler, The Open University, UK
Editorial Advisory Group
Evelyn Arizpe, University of Glasgow, UK
William Bintz, Kent State, USA
Shirley Brice Heath, King’s College, London, UK and Stanford University, USA
Anne Burke, Memorial University, Canada
Robyn Cox, Australian Catholic University, Australia
Sue Dymoke, University of Leicester, UK
Rosie Flewitt, University College London, UK
Veronika Rot Gabrovec, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Andrew Goodwyn, University of Reading, UK
Kathy Hall, University College Cork, Ireland
Christine Hall, University of Nottingham, UK
Alice Manning, British School of Seville, Spain
Debra Myhill, University of Exeter, UK
Lissa Paul, Brock University, Canada
Runar Sigþórsson, University of Akureyri, Iceland
Anna Smith, Illinois State University, USA
Dinah Volk, Cleveland State University, Ohio, USA
Christopher S. Walsh, Victoria University, Australia
Mary Ann Wolpert, Cambridge University, UK