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Comparative and International Education Society
46th Annual Meeting


Book Exhibition Information

March 6 - 9, 2002

Description

Participation in the annual CIES book exhibition is free to publishers and organizations. In addition, ad space in the official CIES 2002 program is available for purchase. In exchange for free participation, we request that book publishers submit two review copies of many of the books published that are relevant to CIES participants. Since CIES participants are interdisciplinary in their focus, books and journals focusing on one or more of the following disciplines would be most welcome: international and/or comparative education, education, sociology, cultural studies, post-colonial theory, anthropology, history, area studies, politics, international affairs, globalization, country studies, regional studies, language, multiculturalism, information technology etc.

The two review copies of texts submitted for display will be raffled off at the conclusion of the conference to young scholars and graduate students. It is our belief that we have an obligation to foster new intellectual insight and practice in the field of international and comparative education. Your participation can guarantee free publicity for your publications,and will simultaneously foster intellectual growth in the field.

If interested, CIES 2002 is willing to sell your books at the conference. A nominal fee (a certain percent of the sales price) will be charged in exchange for the sales of your materials. Please send inquiries regarding how to exhibit your publications to biraimah@mail.ucf.edu .

Benefits

The Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) was founded in 1956 to foster cross- cultural understanding, scholarship, academic achievement and societal development through the international study of educational ideas, systems, and practices. The Society's members include some 1,000 academics, practitioners, and students from around the world.

CIES 2001attracted nearly one thousand interdisciplinary scholars and practitioners representing universities, national ministries of education, international development organizations and schools. The web site attracted more than 10,000 hits.

Space

CIES 2002 will make every effort to maximize the visibility of all materials submitted for inclusion in the exhibition.

Deadlines

Deadline for submitting exhibition requests will be January 15, 2002. We will contact you in late January regarding shipping dates. Publishers will be responsible for shipping materials to the Orlando conference.


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