Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks: Philosophy: Education

Editor: Warnick, Bryan
Publication Year: 2018
Publisher: Macmillan US

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-0-02-866294-7
Category: Philosophy
Image Count: 44
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

Philosophy: Education is composed of twenty-six chapters covering such topics as feminism, multiculturalism, creativity, democracy, race, globalization, friendship, and video games, as they relate to education, as well as such issues as dress codes, school choice, sex education, and religious education.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface to Series
  • Introduction
  • PART ONE: FIGURES AND TRADITIONS
  • Chapter 1: Plato Richard Smith Professor, School of Education University of Durham, UK
  • Chapter 2: Jean-Jacques Rousseau Grace Roosevelt Professor Emerita, Audrey Cohen School of Human Services and Education Metropolitan College of New York
  • Chapter 3: Pragmatism and John Dewey Jim Garrison Professor, Philosophy of Education Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, and Uppsala University, Sweden
  • Chapter 4: Analytic Philosophy of Education Paul Smeyers Research Professor for Philosophy of Education Ghent University and KU Leuven, Belgium
  • Chapter 5: Continental Philosophy of Education Gert Biesta Professor of Education Brunel University London, UK
  • Chapter 6: Critical Theory Eduardo Duarte Professor of Philosophy; Teaching, Learning, and Technology Department; School of Education; College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY
  • Chapter 7: Feminist Philosophy and Education Claudia Schumann PhD Candidate Stockholm University, Sweden and Rebecca Adami Senior Lecturer Stockholm University, Sweden
  • Chapter 8: Multiculturalism and Education Kathy Hytten Professor, Department of Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  • Chapter 9: Postcolonial Studies and Education Hannah M. Tavares Associate Professor, Department of Educational Foundations College of Education, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
  • PART TWO: INTERSECTIONS
  • Chapter 10: Race and Education Barbara Applebaum Professor, Cultural Foundations of Education Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
  • Chapter 11: Cosmopolitanism and Education Gonzalo A. Obelleiro Instructional Assistant Professor of Curriculum Studies, College of Education DePaul University, Chicago, IL
  • Chapter 12: Education and Commemoration Mario Di Paolantonio Associate Professor, Faculty of Education York University, Toronto, Canada
  • Chapter 13: Transformation and Education Douglas Yacek Research Assistant, Faculty of Philosophy and Education Catholic University, Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Germany
  • Chapter 14: Friendship and Education Amy Shuffelton Assistant Professor Loyola University, Chicago, IL
  • Chapter 15: Democracy and Education Sarah M. Stitzlein Associate Professor, School of Education, and Affiliate Faculty, Philosophy Department University of Cincinnati, OH
  • Chapter 16: Creativity and Education Ian Munday Lecturer in Education University of Stirling, Scotland
  • Chapter 17: Epistemology and Education Eric Bredo Professor Emeritus University of Toronto, ON, Canada
  • Chapter 18: Education and Scientific Research Jonathan R. Dolle Senior Research Associate WestEd, San Francisco, CA
  • PART THREE: QUESTIONS
  • Chapter 19: Is There a Right to an Education? Anne Newman Research Director, McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society Stanford University, Stanford, CA
  • Chapter 20: Should Families Be Allowed to Choose Schools? Bryan R. Warnick Professor, Department of Educational Studies The Ohio State University, Columbus
  • Chapter 21: What Does It Mean to Be an Education Professional? Michael G. Gunzenhauser Associate Professor and Associate Dean, School of Education University of Pittsburgh, PA
  • Chapter 22: Should Schools Have Dress Codes? Dianne Gereluk Associate Professor and Associate Dean, Undergraduate Programs in Education, Werklund School of Education University of Calgary, AB, Canada
  • Chapter 23: Should Teachers Share Their Political Views in the Classroom? Paula McAvoy Program Director, Center for Ethics and Education University of Wisconsin–Madison
  • Chapter 24: What Can Go Wrong in Religious Instruction? And What Should Go Right? Hanan A. Alexander Professor of Philosophy of Education University of Haifa, Israel
  • Chapter 25: What Should Students Learn about Sex? Josh Corngold Associate Professor, Department of Educational Studies The University of Tulsa, OK