Cultivating Thought Leadership in Theory, Practice and Creativity
The Journal of Pedagogy, Pluralism and Practice is a refereed academic journal published by Lesley University, providing a medium for leading minds in the arts, sciences and human services to promote cultural criticism and pluralistic approaches to teaching and learning. The editorial board seeks to present a balance of practitioner-research, philosophical essays, systematic theoretical research, literature, and the visual arts to showcase interdisciplinary lenses for diverse forms of education.
Beyond written works from distinguished Lesley faculty in education, expressive therapies, fine arts, creative writing, counseling and psychology, the Journal presents exclusive articles from renowned public intellectuals in order to build a stronger dialogue within contemporary theory and practice.
International Perspectives from Global Practitioners
Topics examined in the Journal of Pedagogy, Pluralism and Practice are solicited and developed with input from Lesley University's global partners. The authors' academic contributions and creative work in the Journal are informed by firsthand research and personal studies across the United States and nations including Cuba, Zimbabwe and Lesley's Israel Extension Program.
Lisa B. Fiore, Ph.D. Professor of Education, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Director of the Child Homelessness Initiative, and co-founder/co-chair, Violence Against Women Initiative.
Joshua Baldwin, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Social Work, Social Sciences Division, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Katherine Barone, Ph.D. Division Director, Psychology and Applied Therapies, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Meenakshi Chhabra, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Global Interdisciplinary Studies, International Higher Education and Intercultural Relations, Graduate School of Arts and Social Sciences
Roser Gine, Ed.D. Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and Graduate School of Education
Amy Gooden, Ed.D. Assistant Professor of TESOL and Bilingual Education, Graduate School of Education
Stephen Haven, Ph.D. Professor, Creative Writing; Humanities Division, College of Liberal Arts & Science
Marjorie Jones, Ed.D. Professor Emerita, Education, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
Kazuyo Kubo, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Sociology and Child Studies, Social Science Division, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Solange de Azambuja Lira, Ph.D. Professor Emerita, TESOL and Bilingual Education Division of Language and Literacy Graduate School of Education
Kelvin Ramirez, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Art Therapy, Division of Expressive Therapies, Graduate School of Arts and Social Science
André Ruesch, MFA in Studio Arts; Professor of Humanities, CLAS
Rakhshanda Saleem, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Counseling & Psychology; Counseling & Psychology Division, Graduate School of Arts & Social Sciences
Nafisa Tanjeem, PhD; Assistant Professor of Global Studies, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences