The Feldenkrais Research Journal focuses on research into the Feldenkrais Method® and related fields of practice, thought, research, action, and awareness. This peer reviewed Journal seeks to engage in a dialogue about research within the Feldenkrais professional field and beyond.
Call for Contributions: May 2019
Themes and Deadlines
As of May 2019 the Editors have not set a date for submissions or a theme for volume 7. However, as we seek to more to a more continuous on-line publication model, we welcome submissions anytime.
The next volume will be not be a single-themed volume, so we welcome submissions on a variety of themes.
One emerging theme, on which we would welcome articles, is the relationship between the constructs and practices of mindfulness and mindful movement and the Feldenkrais Method. If you would like to write on this topic, then please contact us. A further framing of this theme will be posted soon.
A final deadline for inclusion volume 7 will be posted soon.
All articles are reviewed by at least two readers. They are asked to recommend if an article should be accepted as submitted or with small edits, whether it is suitable for publication with additional re-writing and editing, or whether it is not suitable. If there is a significant disagreement between reviewers, then a third and possibly a fourth reviewer will read the article. Resubmitted articles are again assessed by the original readers.
Final decisions about inclusion of submitted article are made by the Editor(s). The Editors may be involved in a round or rounds of final edits with authors. Final drafts are proof-read and checked by our Harvard formatting editor, and final formatting and referencing edits may also be sent to the author for resolution.
Our current regular reviewers are:
- Cornelia Berens
- Hillel Braude
- Karol Connors
- Diane Hanneman
- Thomas Kampe
- Zoran Kovich
- Cliff Smyth
Other specialist reviewers are recruited for particular themes or articles.
The author guidelines and submission check list can be found under ‘About’ => ‘Submissions’ tab on this site.
Submissions can be made using the Submissions button on this site.
Get In Touch
If you are thinking of submitting a paper, we invite you to let us know about the possible topics, authors, any sense you have of when it will be ready, and any questions you have about the submission, editorial, and publishing process. Please also check the Author Guidelines and Submission Checklist.
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Contributiing to the FRJ Project
To create a quality Journal for the Feldenkrais professional field, which also engages with wider worlds of thinking, study, and practice, takes teamwork. We are pleased to have a team of ten Editors and Advisory Editors. Please join the team by:
- writing for the Journal – yes, you
- letting us know about relevant research, writing, or publishing
- encouraging people in your networks, who may have something to write or submit, to consider doing it
- promoting the Journal
- sending us ideas and suggestions
- letting us know if you have some resources that can help this important project.
We would love to hear from you with your questions and ideas.
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Cliff Smyth, General Editor
for the Feldenkrais Research Journal Editorial Committee