The Journal of Thought is a quarterly publication devoted to the reflective examination of educational issues and problems from the perspective of diverse disciplines. The JOT welcomes scholars whose work represents varied viewpoints, methodologies, disciplines, cultures, and nationalities as it seeks to treat the most comprehensive issues and problems confronting education throughout the world. The editors solicit essays that develop reasoned and cogent arguments, that offer insightful analyses and critiques of other arguments, or that report on significant research of interest to the field. The editorial goal is to stimulate synthesis of diverse points of view and encourage interdisciplinary dialogue. To this end, pieces that respond to previously published work in the JOT are especially welcomed and encouraged.
The JOT is pleased to acknowledge the sponsorship of Caddo Gap Press and the Society of Philosophy and History of Education (SOPHE).NEW Announcement
We are pleased to announce that Dr. John Covaleskie (firstname.lastname@example.org) from the College of Education at the University of Oklahoma will begin his responsibilities as editor for the JOT on July 1, 2011.
For those who have submitted manuscripts to the JOT prior to July 1, 2011, please continue to interact with the current editor, Dr. Doug Simpson (email@example.com).