Curriculum Inquiry Writing Fellowship and Writers' Retreat
The Curriculum Inquiry Writing Fellowship seeks to support emerging scholars, including advanced doctoral students, recent graduates, and junior faculty, who are contributing to new directions in curriculum studies. We are particularly interested in work that emphasizes critical, anti-oppressive, decolonizing, Indigenous, queer, disability, and other approaches that seek to “Brown” or otherwise interrupt hegemonic and normative approaches to curriculum studies. Nominations for emerging Indigenous scholars and scholars of color, as well as scholars with disabilities, are particularly encouraged.
Up to eight CI Writing Fellows are selected annually to participate in a week-long writers' retreat and workshop, held at the University of Toronto, where they collaborate with established faculty mentors and the CI Editorial Board. The Writers' Retreat culminates with a plenary presentation at OISE/University of Toronto and potential publication in a special issue of Curriculum Inquiry.
CI Writing Fellows are provided travel from their home institutions to the University of Toronto and accommodation in Toronto during the retreat. A call for nominations is made at the beginning of each calendar year. Please note that authors who have previously published in CI are not eligible.