Gateways: International Journal of Community Research and Engagement is a refereed journal that responds to an emerging global movement of collaborative and change-oriented university-community research initiatives. It provides a forum for academics, practitioners and community representatives to explore issues and reflect on methodological practices relating to the full range of engaged activity. The journal publishes evaluative case studies of community engagement initiatives and partnership models; analyses of the policy environment; and theoretical reflections that contribute to the scholarship of engagement. Gateways is jointly edited and managed by the Centre for Social Justice and Inclusion at the University of Technology Sydney, Australia, and the Office of the President, Albion College, Michigan, USA.

This journal does not charge any type of article processing charge (APC) or any type of article submission charge.

Gateways journal: New themed volume

2021-10-06

Dear readers,

Due date for Abstracts now extended to 6 December 2021

Gateways journal is pleased to announce our new themed volume for 2022, 'Urban youth: Engaging young people and their futures in African cities'. Submissions are encouraged to explore collaborations with those beyond the academy, as well as to feature experimental and critical methodological aproaches and a variety of media, such as video, sound and mapping. A supported approach will open up the writing process to collective thought and encouragement, helmed by our guest editors from the University of Cape Town, South Africa. Publication is planned for late 2022.

For full details, please see the Call for Papers: uts.ac/Gateways-Urban-Youth

Thank you for your continued support and interest in our journal,

best wishes,

Gateways Editorial Committee

Vol 14 No 2 (2021)

This guest-edited volume of Gateways has power in engaged scholarship at its core. While considerable attention has been paid in the past to institutional questions, an under-theorized aspect of community-based research is the extent to which the positionality and interpersonal relationships between actors also impact the outcomes and sustainability of collaboration. The diverse authors featured in this volume critically and thoughtfully probe the ways in which institutional hierarchies, authority and control intersect with individual agency and community transformation. The result is a collection of nuanced and multi-vocal considerations of the hidden dynamics and complex relationships of university-community partnerships, as well as strategies for improved practice.

Published: 2021-12-23

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