I am excited to have been appointed as a new Executive Editor for the T&F journal ‘Teaching in Higher Education: Critical Perspectives’. I have an interesting special issue idea which I hope to share with you very soon.
Once again, the start of the new year has seen some editorial changes at Teaching in Higher Education, with two retirements and two new members joining the team of Executive Editors.
Penny Jane Burke (University of Newcastle, Australia) and Suellen Shay (University of Cape Town) have stepped down. They are both longstanding and valued members of the team who have made massive contributions over many years, and we wish them all the very best in their future endeavours.
The new joiners are Ibrar Bhatt (Queen’s University Belfast) and Greg Misiaszek (Beijing Normal University), who have been appointed following our open call for applications back in September 2020.
Ibrar is a Lecturer at the School of Social Sciences, Education & Social Work at Queen’s University Belfast. He has active research interests in writing and literacy as a social practice, digital literacies, and contemporary digital epistemologies. These interests emerge through his…
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