The Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education (CJSAE) is pleased to announce the publication of it latest issue: New Directions, New Provocations. Each article in this issue shares a fresh perspective about adult and continuing education, and challenges us to learn.
In this issue, James Czank questions if Canadian radical humanities programs are emancipatory in approach; Kim Browning examines perceptions of university faculty toward recognition of prior learning; Kathy Snow and Janice Tulk explore intergenerational learning and community action; William Kops investigates age-friendly universities in Canada; Jaswant Kaur Bajwa et al. study a trauma-informed educational support program for refugees; and Kaela Jubas examines the gendered and racialized spaces that occupy a football team’s advertisement in Calgary.
All articles are open access. The Journal can be reached at https://cjsae.library.dal.ca/index.php/cjsae
Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education is a refereed scholarly journal committed to the dissemination of knowledge derived from disciplined inquiry in the field of adult and continuing education. CJSAE is published twice yearly for the Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education/l'Association Canadienne pour l'Étude de l'Éducation des Adultes.