Innovations and Controversies: Interrogating Educational Change

The Victoria Institute, in partnership with Sense Publishers, is pleased to invite proposals for our book series, Innovations and Controversies: Investigating Educational Change.
The series is intended to serve as a forum for international research and debates around contemporary innovations and controversies in education across a broad range of contexts. In particular, we invite scholarly contributions that focus on equity, justice and inclusion. Our conception of education is not limited to schooling and we have a particular interest in different and new perspectives. We encourage contributions from established disciplines, within interdisciplinary research and from emerging areas of research. Discursive, methodological and theoretical explorations are particularly welcomed.
Books in this series contribute to extending educational and social theory and developing frameworks that explore change and progress as well as the identification of new research agendas and interests. Equity, social justice and inclusion are interpreted broadly, and include social disadvantage, displacement, gender, sexuality, disability and health. Proposals are welcome from scholars working in a range of fields, including:
• policy
• higher education
• curriculum, pedagogies and assessment
• methodology and theory
• creative industries

We welcome proposals for edited, sole-authored or co-authored books. Interested colleagues can contact the series editors at and
Series Editors:
Julie White, Victoria Institute, Victoria University, Australia
Kitty te Riele, Peter Underwood Centre for Educational Attainment, University of Tasmania, Australia

Editorial Board:
Sanna Aaltonen, University of Eastern Finland, Finland
Airini, Thompson Rivers University, Canada
Angelo Benozzo, Università della Valle d’Aosta, Italy
Lyndal Bond, Victoria University Australia
Tim Corcoran, Deakin University, Australia
Carlo Corroto, Otterbein University, Ohio, USA
Andre de Quadros, Boston University, USA
Ye Hong, China University of Political Science and Law, China
Max Hope, University of Hull, UK
Meg Maguire, King’s College London, UK
Roger Slee, University of South Australia, Australia
Elizabeth St Pierre, University of Georgia, USA
Jennifer A. Vadeboncoeur, University of British Columbia, Canada
Rui Yang, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Educational researchers and their students