Synnyt/Origins: Finnish Studies in Art Education, is an academic journal that reports research in art and its education.
Synnyt/Origins is an international journal that serves as a platform for critical comprehension of theory and practice in art and design. Thematic scope of the journal includes, but is not limited to, the questions of art & design practice and production, criticism, pedagogy, curriculum and instruction. The journal grants an open access to all the publications and it is ranked in the publication forum of Finnish academic research. Synnyt/Origins welcomes submissions regarding art and design also from related fields such as anthropology, art history, education, aesthetics, cultural studies, sociology, psychology and philosophy.
The journal accepts submissions in English and in Finnish. In case with English language it is the author’s responsibility to make sure that the article he/s sends employs proper use of academic written language. The format of a submission can be a full article (max 6000 words), a visual essay (max 3000 words), a commentary (max 3000 words), or a media review (max 3000 words). Please press here for more details.
Each submission goes through a peer review process, and the author will receive feedback from the senior editor, one of the associate editors, and two reviewers. Most manuscripts go through at least one rewrite. Submissions should follow the APA 6th edition writing style.
Senior editor Dr. Mira Kallio-Tavin, Aalto University
Associate editors Dr. Pauline von Bonsdorff, University of Jyväskylä Dr. Maria Huhmarniemi, University of Lapland Dr. Helena Sederholm, Aalto University Dr. Kevin Tavin, Aalto University
Editorial Assistant Oleksandra Sushchenko, Aalto University
Review Board Dr. Mie Buhl, Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark Dr. Marc Fritzsche, University of Koblenz and Landau, Germany Dr. Irmeli Hautamäki, University of Helsinki, Finland Dr. jan jagodzinski, University of Alberta, Canada Dr. Jouni Kiiskinen, Independent scholar, Finland Dr. Aaron Knochel, Penn State University, USA Dr. Teija Löytönen, Aalto University, Finland Dr. Joaquin Roldan, University of Granada, Spain Dr. Max Ryynänen, Aalto University, Finland Dr. Nora Sternfeld, Aalto University, Finland