CFP: Special Issue on Literacy, Democracy, and Fake News

Brexit and the U.S. presidential election have exposed the vulnerability of liberal democracy. The unmooring of facts from belief, along with the ubiquity of profit-driven “fake news” and political propaganda, raise new questions about the role of literacy. During a time of radical distrust of democratic institutions, this special issue calls for essays that tackle the functions and roles of literacies--media, information, news--in constructing and/or responding to this crisis of democracy.  
Posted: 2016-12-23 More...

Symposium CFP for 2017

Updated Symposium CFP for 2017.  
Posted: 2016-12-06 More...

LiCS 4.1 Launch - 5/2016

LiCS 4.1 will launch on May 1st, 2016; however, Alice Horning's "Contingent Labor and the Impact on Teaching:Thoughts about the Indianapolis Resolution" is available on preview now. Look for the new issue soon!  
Posted: 2016-03-29
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ISSN: 2326-5620