About the Publications Board
InSEA Publications Board: Areas of responsibility
The InSEA Publications Board has oversight of the follwowing:
1 International Journal of Education Through Art (IJETA) (published in partnership with Intellect Books).
2 IMAG (IMAG is the online VISUAL journal published by the Society).
3 InSEA Publications (peer-reviewed monographs, anthologies, proceedings and catalogues).
4 The Members' E-news
5 Endorsed publications (selected members’ publications)
To access all of our publications, you need to be a member and login to the MEMBERS' SPACE
InSEA Publications is an academic publisher, established in 2016, that publishes books and articles about visual art education and education through art (we also publish conference proceedings for InSEA congresses, exhibition catalogues and symposia). Our publications seek to promote good practice and cutting-edge research in the field, they are normally electronically accessible on this website.
We promote a wide range of research and praxis from a diverse set of educational contexts from community-based art to more formal university and school praxis in addition to arts-based educational research. Please note the term ‘art’ should be taken to include art, craft and design. Whilst we recognise the interdisciplinary nature of much art research and praxis, we do not publish books or articles that focus mainly on music, drama, or dance.
InSEA publications is a member of the CrossREF network and offers the possibility to publish entire books (normally as pdfs). If you are interested in publishing an article, please refer to our journals IJETA or IMAG. All submissions are evaluated using a double-blind peer review process. For larger publications, such as edited books or series, we can work with editors to establish an academic review or editorial board. InSEA publications work closely with authors on the academic content and layout of the publication, from acceptance of the proposal to the final proofs. Ensuring a high-quality publication is our key aim in every case.
The Publications Board of InSEA, as the title suggests, has oversight of the Society's Publications activities. It comprises members of InSEA with significant publishing experience who work together to ensure that members have the opportunity to bring their research and praxis to a wider audience through our various publishing opportunities. Our aim is to produce high-quality publications, either fully published by InSEA through InSEA Publications or through the endorsement of existing or proposed publications that are in accord with our central mission of 'education through art'. We do this in a variety of ways, for example through encouraging members and prospective members to submit to one of our Journals, or by proposing a publication, an anthology or monograph to be published by InSEA, all of which are subject to rigorous peer-review. We believe that excellent research and praxis in education through art deserves a wide audience. However, some of the endorsed publications have been produced by our members with commercial publishers and in those cases, we have negotiated a reduction for InSEA members (minimum 15%). To gain full access to the majority of our publications including every issue of IJETA since 2005, you must be an InSEA member. If you are a member or want to join, click here.
To access our full range of publications and any special offers, login to the MEMBERS SPACE.
Members of the InSEA Publications Board (2019- 2022)
Mohammed Al Amri, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
Glen Coutts, President, InSEA University of Lapland (Chair)
Teresa Eça*, Past President, InSEA (Ex-officio, Principal Editor of IMAG to December 2020)
Jonathan Silverman*, World Councillor, North America (Ex-officio, Principal Editor of IMAG from January 2021)
Nadine Kalin*, University of North Texas, USA (Ex-officio, Principal Editor of IJETA)
Allan Richards, University of Kentucky, USA
Kim Snepvangers, University of New South Wales, Australia
Alice Wexler, State University, New York at New Paltz, USA
Steve Willis, Missouri State University, USA
Members normally serve a two-year term NOTE: in the exceptional circumstances caused by the pandemic, current members will serve three years in line with the revised term of office of the World Council - ie 2019- 2022
* Representing all editors of the publication