Issue 1-2019 online

By terf | May 27, 2019

Dear Readers and Authors,

Issue No. 1-2019 of “International Dialogues on Education: Past and Present” has now been online since May 27th. We thank all those who made the publication of this issue possible through contributions, peer reviews, translations, corrections, editorial and electronic-technical work. And again we thank our cooperation partners and sponsors for their continued support.

In the interest of further profiling, making editorial work more effective and concentrating on high quality contributions from different scientific traditions, we started with 2 issues in 2018 instead of, as before, 3 issues. Generally, the first issue will be published at the end of May and the second at the end of November each year. As you can see, we are – as promised – punctual and would like to draw your attention to the new issue.

The articles in this issue demonstrate in their own special way the claim of our international journal to be a contemporary forum in which educational scientists and pedagogical practitioners can inform and exchange information about research results and discussions in the field of education and related human and social science disciplines.

We look forward to further high-quality contributions: articles, essays, book reviews, conference reports and information on research and teaching projects. All contributions will be published in English. The abstracts of the articles will continue to be translated from English into German, Russian and (simplified and traditional) Chinese by native speakers.

We ask authors to note that in the future the two annual deadlines for sending the articles are March 31st for the first issue, or October 15th for the second issue. For editorial planning reasons it is also recommended that the titles of the intended contributions be submitted to the Editorial Board as early as possible before the deadlines for the articles.

Authors are requested to strictly adhere to our editorial standards and requirements.

We wish you all the best!

Reinhard Golz – on behalf of the Editorial Board