Aims and Scope

The European Journal of Curriculum Studies (Euro-JCS) is an electronic journal, associated to the European Association of Curriculum Studies (Euro-ACS), which publishes original papers and book reviews concerning curriculum theory, policy and practice particularly in Europe.

Frequency: two times a year

Peer Review Policy

EURO-JCS is an international academic journal. All contributions are blind peer reviewed by at least two peers, and additionally subject to evaluation by the Editorial Board.

Readership

Specialists and researchers on curriculum studies, teachers and curriculum decision makers.

Author Guidelines

Under construction

 

Editorial Board

General Editor

José Augusto Pacheco - University of Minho

Editors

Carlinda Leite - University of Porto

Antonio Flávio Moreira – Catholic University of Petropolis

Ivor Goodson – University of Brighton

Tero Autio - Tallinn University

International Editorial Board

Alan A. Block – University of Wisconsin-Stout

Alfredo Veiga Neto – Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul

Antonio Bolivar - University of Granada

António Flávio Moreira – Catholic University of Petrópolis

Carlos Ferreira - University of Trás-os-montes e Alto Douro

Ciaran Sugrue - University College Dublin

David Scott – Institute of Education, University of London

Dennis Theissen – Ontario Institute for Studies in Education

Eero Ropo - University of Tampere

Filipa Seabra – Open University (Portugal)

Isabel Viana - University of Minho

Jean Marie De Ketele - Catholic University of Louvain La Neuve

Jesus Maria de Sousa - University of Madeira

José Carlos Morgado – University of Minho

Luís Tinoca – University of Lisbon

Maria Palmira Alves – University of Minho

Maria Rita Oliveira – Federal University of Minas Gerais/Federal Center of Technological Education of Minas Gerais

Marlucy Paraíso – Federal University of Minas Gerais

Michael Young – University of London

Özcan Demírel –Hacettepe University –Turkey

Reginald Bourton – University of Luxemburg

Rita Irwin – University of British Columbia

Rob Moore – University of Cambridge

William Pinar - University of British Columbia

Natascha van Hattum-Janssen – University of Minho

Preciosa Fernandes – University of Porto

 

Sponsored by

The Portuguese Association of Curriculum Studies

Hoste by

The University of Minho