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ERIC Number: ED459139
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001
Pages: 606
Abstractor: N/A
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Proceedings of the Midwest Philosophy of Education Society, 1999-2000.
Oliker, Michael A., Ed.
This proceedings of the Midwest Philosophy of Education Society contain two presidential addresses: "Separating School and State: An Analytical Polemic" (D. G. Smith); and "'Whither Now, Alfonse?': Beyond the Polemic (A Response to Smith)" (J. M. Fennell). The Proceedings contains the following papers from the 1999 meeting: "Tragedy, Security, Liberty" (L. Silverstein); "Where Are the Teachers of Virtue?" (J. D. Wallace); "Tacit Knowledge and Moral Education" (R. Zigler); "Home Is Where One Starts From: Loyalty and the Schools" (W. P. Krolikowski); "Reader Response and Its Discontents" (A. Johnston); "Dewey Played on the Bongo Drums of Education" (M. McDermott); "Technology, Community, and Marginalized Youth" (D. Pascavage); "J. F. Herbart and Moral Education" (M. Murphy);"Learning and Reciprocity" (J. Carson); "Court Defined Philosophy: Rehnquist, Minimalism, and Access" (J. Borek); "Holistic Multicultural Education" (R. P. Craig); "Can Democratic Education Still Inspire?" (D. Blacker); "Making Manifest: Viewing Wittgenstein's Philosophy" (T. Bowell); "Cultivating Philosophical Skills and Virtues" (N. Nobis); "The Dream of Superman" (R. Schiller); "Dewey, the Arts, and Popular Culture" (L. Satanovsky); "Reality Bytes: How Images of Reality in Modern Films Affect Adolescent Perceptions" (R. Givens); "John Dewey and Traditional Education" (W. R. Zhang); and "On the Possibility of Aesthetic Experience: Dewey, Dickie, and the Context of Art" (J. Swenson). Papers from the 2000 meeting are: "Teaching and Experiencing Hardy's 'Tess of the D'Urbervilles': A Deweyan Approach" (A. Efron); "Expression, Imagination, and Organic Unity" (D. A. Granger); "The Education of Stephen Dedalus" (A. Johnston); "Educating the Self: Archetypal and Fairy Tale Patterns in 'Emile'" (G. Johnston); "The Fragility of Teaching" (L. O'Neill); "Doxic Assumptions, Eurocentrism, and the Afrocentric Educational Idea" (C. Winters); "Dewey: The Aesthetics of Pedagogy" (S. Barnes); "Community Virtue, Social Justice, and Education" (J. S. Johnston); "Flora J. Cooke: An Early Communitarian" (G. L. Kroepel); "Hannah Arendt, Moral Education and the Subject(s) of Politics" (N. Levinson); "The Freedom to Learn: Socio-Political Currents and W. E. B. DuBois's Views on Education" (P. L. Moore); "Curricular Theorizing for Democratic Learning: Multiple and Contending Viewpoints" (J. Westerhof-Shultz); "The Reconstruction of Cultural Experience in Dewey and Winnicott: Notes for Further Investigation" (J. Webber); "Off with Masks: A. MacIntyre on Morality" (W. P. Krolikowski); "An Epistemological Argument for the Inclusion of Religion in Public Schools" (S. Rosenblith); "Deweying It Together" (C. Olsen; A. Kaufman); "J. A. Comenius: Moral Education through Age Appropriate Virtue Formation" (M. M. Murphy); "A Correspondence Course in Education and Distance" (S. Schroeder); "Responses to School Violence" (I. M. Harris); "The Aesthetics of Dangerous Style: Curriculum and Culture" (M. McDermott); "Rethinking the Ground of Pragmatic Aesthetics: Dewey and Heidegger" (B. Engel); "Fairy Tale as Literature, Fairy Tale as Psychological Document" (G. Johnston); "Why Art Education Mattered: Ernest F. Fennollosa's Philosophy of Art Education and Its Impact on Meji Japan" (Y. Ito); "Ogbu's Cultural Ecology Theory and the Case of Vietnamese Students" (D. T. Nguyen, S. D. Lamborn, H. Q. Trinh); "A Week with the Philosopher-Kings" (G. Kizer); "Presence as Pedagogical Possibility" (D. Hufford); "Procedural Reconceptualization of Standardized Assessment" (D. Pascavage); and "Humanities without Apologies: Miller's Outlook on What We Teach" (D. R. Anderson). Included are three related papers: "Memorial Essay for the Late Professor Foster McMurray" (M. A. Oliker); "A Philosophical Perspective on Debates about the Purpose of the Social Foundations Field" (P. Goldstone); and "Popular Culture and the Philosophy of John Dewey" (J. A. Stieb). Contains the 1999-2000 membership directory and an article index to previous MPES Proceedings. (BT)
Midwest Philosophy of Education Society, 5006 West Grace Street, Chicago, IL 60641-3450 ($17.76 plus $3.90 postage).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Midwest Philosophy of Education Society.