Please share this call for papers on immigrants and school health with your colleagues, students, and networks. We seek articles that consider a diverse array of migrations, geographic locations, perspectives, populations, methodologies, and time periods in order to understand the diverse ways that schools have contributed to immigrant and refugee wellbeing and health, broadly defined. We encourage empirical, theoretical, developmental, and philosophical articles. The full call is available at http://www.ashaweb.org/resources/journal-of-school-health/call-for-proposals-for-special-issue-on-immigrant-health/
Please submit abstracts for consideration by 5pm, September 18, 2017. All submissions must be submitted electronically to [log in to unmask] Authors will be notified of the editorial decision by October 18, 2017. For authors invited to submit a complete manuscript, papers will be due March 15, 2018. The special issue is tentatively planned to be in print in late 2018/ early 2019.
Breanne Grace, PhD
College of Social Work
University of South Carolina
116 Hamilton College
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