Brantmeier appointed editor-in-chief of Journal of Peace Education

SUMMARY: James Madison University, today announced that Dr Edward Brantmeier will join the Journal of Peace Education (JPE) as Editor-in-Chief, effective January 2022.

James Madison University, today announced that Dr Edward Brantmeier will join the Journal of Peace Education (JPE) as Editor-in-Chief, effective January 2022.

Dr Edward Brantmeier will join as Editor-in-Chief while working as a Professor in the Department of Learning, Technology and Leadership Education at the College of Education and as Deputy Director of Scholarship Programs at the Center for Faculty Innovation of JMU. Dr Brantmeier will bring his experience in sustainable peace leadership and learning and teaching to JPE, a journal dedicated to the advancement of transformative education for the achievement of non-violent, environmentally sustainable, just and participatory societies.

Additionally, Dr. Brantmeier’s experiences that will benefit the Journal of Peace Education in the future include:

  • Member of the editorial board and reviewer of JPE for more than ten years.
  • Member of the editorial board and reviewer of Infactis Pax, Journal of Peace Education and Social Justice.
  • Founding co-editor of a series of books on peace education with Information Age Publishing and was co-editor of the series from 2006 to 2016.
  • External reviewer for journals including: International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education; Peace and Conflict Studies; Journal of Educational Administration; Journal of Transformative Education; Comparative review of education; Journal of Studies on Curriculum; Diaspora, indigenous and minority education and Revista Interamericana de Educación para la Democracia (RIED) or the Inter-American Journal of Education for Democracy (IJED); and Teachers College Record

“Ed has the compassion and kind of character that includes the broad spectrum of our audience, from practitioners, activists to researchers and so on. JPE, University of California, Berkeley.

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