Call for Paper Vol 9, nº. 1: Theoretical-methodological challenges of self-biographical and biographical narratives: multiple literacies, school everyday and teacher training.
Revista Pontos de Interrogação: Revista de Crítica Cultural
Revista do Programa de Pós-Graduação em Crítica Cultural da UNEB
Vol 9, n° 1, jan./jun. 2019
Theoretical-methodological challenges of self-biographical and biographical narratives: multiple literacies, school everyday and teacher training.
Áurea da Silva Pereira – (Pós-Crítica/ UNEB), firstname.lastname@example.org
Danise Grangeiro, Universidad de Buenos Aires – UBA, email@example.com
The use of self-biographies and biographies in research in the area of education has been observed, allowing for the analysis of educational and educational experiences of teachers, educators and students. The human and social language sciences have been dedicated to research that emphasizes the theoretical-methodological and documentary studies that operate in the field of qualitative research, with emphasis on action research, ethnography, biography and self- biography. In addition, it is observed that the use of self-biographies and educational biographies in educational contexts is increasing, and this has allowed knowing and analyzing many educational practices experienced by the subjects of education. These practices have potentiated different ways of understanding the process of teacher education, reinventing oneself in the classroom pedagogical everyday in the teaching of languages and literatures. Based on these considerations, the 2019.1. Dossier presents proposals in the theoretical and methodological context of the biographical and self-biographical researches and the theoretical-methodological challenges among the multiple literacies, in the daily school life and, therefore, in the teacher training. Such research constitutes as devices to think the research-formation built by the experiential knowledge of self and of the formation. Some topics on which we will receive collaborations:
1. Literature, self-biographical and biographical narratives: methodological challenges.
2. Literature, fictionalization and self-biographies.
3. Self-biographical and biographical narratives: everyday school and teacher training.
Papers will be accepted – in English, French, Spanish, or Portuguese – until April 30st 2019. Please, submit your texts directly at https://www.revistas.uneb.br/index.php/pontosdeint/index, and send a copy to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, send a short bio-bibliographic note, and indicate your name, e-mail address, and institutional affiliation.
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