Home
 

Curriculum Vitae - February 2004

 

 

NICHOLAS CONSTANTINE BURBULES

 

Grayce Wicall Gauthier Professor (2002-2007)

 

Department of Educational Policy Studies

College of Education

University of Illinois

Urbana/Champaign, IL 61820

(Office) 217-244-0919

(Home) 217-344-8938

(Fax) 217-244-7064

(Email) burbules@uiuc.edu

(Web) http://www.burbules.net

 

 

Education

 

            Ph.D.   Philosophy of Education, Stanford University, 1983.

                        Dissertation: Ideology and Radical Educational Research.

 

            M.A.    Philosophy, Stanford University, 1979.

 

            B.A.     Philosophy, Religious Studies, Grinnell College, 1975.

 

Academic positions

 

            Summer 1994-present: Full Professor, Department of Educational Policy Studies, University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign. Joint Appointment with the Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory. Faculty Affiliate, National Center for Supercomputing Applications.

 

            Autumn 2001: Visiting Scholar, University of Leuven, Belgium.

 

            Autumn 2000: Visiting Professor, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

 

            Autumn 2000: Visiting Professor, University of San Andres, Argentina.

 

            Winter/Spring 1997: Visiting Scholar, Department of Educational Planning, Policy, and Leadership, University of Iowa.

 

            Autumn 1996: Visiting Scholar, Faculty of Education, University of Queensland, Australia.

 

            Summer 1996: Visiting Scholar, Faculty of Education, University of Auckland, New Zealand.

 

            Autumn 1989- Summer 1994: Associate Professor, Department of Educational Policy Studies, University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign. Appointed as Distinguished College Scholar, Autumn 1992.

 

            Summer 1986-Summer 1989: Director of Graduate Programs, Department of Educational Studies, School of Education, University of Utah.

 

            Autumn 1983-Summer 1989: Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Studies, School of Education, University of Utah.

 

Editorial positions

 

            Editor, Educational Theory (1991-present).

 

            Series Editor, "Philosophy, Theory, and Educational Research." Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.

 

            Editorial Board, Handbook of Research on the Social Foundations of Education (Erlbaum), forthcoming.

 

            Advisory Board, Greenwood Dictionary of Education, 1999-2001.

 

Consulting Editor, Review of Research in Education, essay on "Philosophy of education," by Deborah Kerdeman, 1999-2000.

 

            Consulting Editor, Review of Research in Education, essay on "Qualitative methods in education," by Jennifer Greene and Thomas Schwandt, 1999-2000.

 

            Associate Editor, Encyclopedia of Philosophy of Education, Michael Peters and Paulo Ghiraldelli, Jr., eds. Online publication: http://www.vusst.hr/encyclopaedia

 

            Editorial Board, Policy Futures in Education, Michael Peters and Walter Humes, eds. Online journal: http://www.triangle.co.uk/pfie/

 

Books

 

Michael Peters and Nicholas C. Burbules, Poststructuralism and Educational Research (Rowman and Littlefield Publishers) in press.

 

            Gert Biesta and Nicholas C. Burbules, Pragmatism and Educational Research (Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 2003).

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules and Thomas A. Callister, Jr., Watch IT: The Promises and Risks of Information Technologies for Education (Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 2000). Selected by Netsurfer Education as a "Netsurfer Recommendation," Vol. 2 No. 7 (2000). Translated and republished as Educacion: Riesgos y Promesas de las Nuevas Tecnologias de la Informacion (Granica: Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2001).

 

            D.C. Phillips and Nicholas C. Burbules, Postpositivism and Educational Research (Lanham, Mass.: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 2000).

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, Dialogue in Teaching: Theory and Practice (New York: Teachers College Press, 1993). Selected for the American Educational Studies Association "Critics' Choice" Award, 1993. Selected for an invited book signing by the Conference on Intergroup Dialogue, University of Michigan, 1997. Translated and published as El Dialogo en la Ensenanza: Teoria y Practica (Amorrortu Editores: Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1999).

 

Edited books

 

Zvi Bekerman, Nicholas C. Burbules, Diana Silberman-Keller, eds., Learning in Places: The Informal Education Reader (Peter Lang Publishing), in press.

 

Nicholas C. Burbules (Contributing Editor) Beyond Empiricism: On Criteria for Educational Research, Paul Smeyers and Marc Depaepe, eds. (Leuven, Belgium: University Press of Leuven, 2003).

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules and Carlos Torres, eds., Globalization and Education: Critical Perspectives (New York: Routledge, 2000); co-authored Introduction.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules and David Hansen, eds., Teaching and Its Predicaments (Westview Press, 1997); co-authored Introduction.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, editor, Philosophy of Education 1986 (Normal, Ill.: Philosophy of Education Society, 1987); authored Introduction.

 

Edited journals

 

            Educational Theory, Vols. 41-50 (1991 - present). Currently, forty-two issues completed.

 

            Educational Theory, Vol. 41 No. 3 (1991). Guest Editor for special issue on 50th anniversary of the Philosophy of Education Society; authored Introduction.

 

            Teachers College Record (August 2002). Co-guest Editor (with Nadine Dolby), special issue on "Education and September 11." Available online: http://www.tcrecord.org/Content.asp?ContentID=10997.

 

Reports

 

            Teaching at an Internet Distance: The Pedagogy of Online Teaching and Learning. Report of the University of Illinois Teaching at an Internet Distance Seminar: John Regalbuto (chair), Rachell Anderson, Hassan Aref, Nicholas Burbules, Allan Cook. Cleora D'Arcy, Mark Gelula, David Hansen, Michael Loui, Babette Neuberger, Linda Smith, Ronald Smith, James Sosnoski, Saundra Theis, Robert Wengert, Donald Wink, Charles Woodbury. Available online: http://www.vpaa.uillinois.edu/tid/report (1999).

 

Data Mining the ISBE Education Data Bases: Final Report. Report of funded study for Illinois State Board of Education: Nicholas C. Burbules, Peter Mulhall, William Trent, Michael Welge (2002).

 

Refereed journal articles and book chapters

 

Nicholas C. Burbules and Bryan R. Warnick, "Philosophical inquiry." Complementary Methods for Research in Education, 3rd Edition, Gregory Camilli, Patricia Elmore, and Judith Green, eds. (Washington, D.C.: American Educational Research Association, forthcoming.

 

       Nicholas C. Burbules and Paul Smeyers, "Wittgenstein, the practice of ethics, and moral education." Philosophy of Education 2002, Scott Fletcher, ed. (Urbana, Ill.: Philosophy of Education Society, 2003), 248-257.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules and Bertram C. Bruce, "Theory and research on teaching as dialogue." Handbook of Research on Teaching, 4th Edition, Virginia Richardson, ed. (Washington, DC: American Educational Research Association, 2001), 1102-1121.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Paradoxes of the Web: The ethical dimensions of credibility." Library Trends, Vol. 49 No. 3 (2001): 441-453.

 

Alaina Kanfer, Caroline Haythornthwaite, Bertram C. Bruce, Geoffrey Bowker, Nicholas C. Burbules, Joseph Porac and James Wade, "Modeling distributed knowledge processes in next generation multidisciplinary alliances." Information Systems Frontiers: A Journal of Research and Innovation, Vol. 2, Nos. 3-4 (2000): 317-331.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules and Thomas A. Callister, Jr., "Universities in transition: The promise and the challenge of new technologies." Teachers College Record, Vol. 102 No. 2 (2000): 273-295.

 

Nicholas C. Burbules, "Aporias, webs, and passages: Doubt as an opportunity to learn." Curriculum Inquiry, Vol. 30 No. 2 (2000): 171-187. To be republished in David Scott, ed., Curriculum Studies: Major Themes in Education (Oxford: Blackwell, forthcoming).

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, Essay review of Martha Nussbaum, Cultivating Humanity: A Classical Defense of Reform in Liberal Education. Harvard Educational Review, Vol. 69 No. 4 (1999): 456-466.

 

Nicholas C. Burbules, "Technology in education: Who, where, when, what and why?" International Journal of Educational Technology (July, 1999). An online, refereed journal: http://www.outreach.uiuc.edu/ijet/v1n1/v1n1feature.html

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules and Thomas A. Callister, Jr., "The risky promises and promising risks of new information technologies for education." Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society, Vol. 19, No. 2 (1999): 105-112.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Questions of content and questions of access to the Internet." Access, Vol. 17 No. 1 (1998): 79-89.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Aporia: Webs, passages, getting lost, and learning to go on." Philosophy of Education 1997, Susan Laird, ed. (Urbana, Ill.: Philosophy of Education Society, 1998), 33-43.

           

            Thomas A. Callister, Jr., and Nicholas C. Burbules, "Paying the piper: The educational cost of the commercialization of the Internet." Electronic Journal of Sociology, Vol. 3 No. 3 (1998). An online, refereed journal: http://www.sociology.org/content/vol003.003/callister.html

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Digital texts and the future of scholarly writing and publication." Journal of Curriculum Studies, Vol. 30 No. 1 (1997): 105-124.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules and Thomas A. Callister, Jr., "Access to new educational technologies: Democratic challenges." Critical Forum, Vol. 5 No. 1/2 (1997): 32-41.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Privacy, surveillance, and classroom communication on the Internet." Access, Vol. 16 No. 1 (1997): 42-50.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "A grammar of difference: Some ways of rethinking difference and diversity as educational topics." Australian Educational Researcher, Vol. 24 No. 1 (1997): 97-116.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Web publishing and educational scholarship: Where issues of form and content meet." Cambridge Journal of Education, Vol. 27 No. 2 (1997): 273-282.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Deconstructing difference and the difference this makes to education." Philosophy of Education 1996, Frank Margonis, ed. (Urbana, Ill.: Philosophy of Education Society, 1997), 114-123. Also published in Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain, Papers of the Conference, New College Oxford (1996), 1-5.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Technology and changing educational communities." Educational Foundations, Vol. 10 No. 4 (1996): 21-32. Republished in abridged form as "Technology: What we haven't worried about." Education Digest, Vol. 62 No. 9 (1997): 53-57.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules and Thomas A. Callister, Jr., "Knowledge at the crossroads: Alternative futures of hypertext environments for learning." Educational Theory, Vol. 46 No. 1 (1996): 23-50.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Postmodern doubt and philosophy of education." Philosophy of Education 1995, Alven Neiman, ed. (Urbana, Ill.: Philosophy of Education Society, 1996), 39-48. Translated and republished as "As dúvidas pós-modernas e a filosofia da educação." in O que é Filosofia da Educação? Paulo Ghiraldelli, ed. (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: De PauloEditoria, 2000), 121-137.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules and Bertram C. Bruce, "This is not a paper." Educational Researcher, Vol. 24 No. 8 (1995): 12-18.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Rethinking rationality: On learning to be reasonable." Philosophy of Education 1993, Audrey Thompson, ed. (Urbana, Ill.: Philosophy of Education Society, 1994), 340-349.

 

            Suzanne Rice and Nicholas C. Burbules, "Communicative virtues and educational relations." Philosophy of Education 1992, Henry Alexander, ed. (Urbana, Ill.: Philosophy of Education Society, 1993), 34-44.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "The virtues of reasonableness." Philosophy of Education 1991, Margret Buchmann and Robert Floden, eds. (Normal, Ill.: Philosophy of Education Society, 1992), 215-224.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Forms of ideology-critique: A pedagogical perspective." Qualitative Studies in Education, Vol. 5 No. 1 (1992): 7-17. Republished in Critical Theory and Educational Research, Peter McLaren and James Giarelli, eds. (New York: S.U.N.Y. Press, 1995), 53-69.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules and Suzanne Rice, "Dialogue across differences: Continuing the conversation." Harvard Educational Review, Vol. 61 No. 4 (1991): 393-416. Republished in Teaching for Change: Addressing Issues of Difference in the College Classroom, Kathryn Geismar and Guitele Nicoleau, eds. (Cambridge, MA: Harvard Educational Review, 1993): 1-25. Translated and republished as "Dialogo entre as diferencas: Continuado a conversacao." Teoria Educacional Critica en Tempos Pos-modernos, Tomaz Tadeu da Silva, ed. (Porto Alegre, Brazil: Artes Medicas, 1993), 173-204. Also republished in Foundational Perspectives in Multicultural Education, Eduardo Manuel Duarte and Stacy Smith, eds. (New York: Longman, 2000): 247-273.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules and Marcia C. Linn, "Science education and philosophy of science: Congruence or contradiction?" International Journal of Science Education, Vol. 13 No. 3 (1991): 227-241.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules and Kathleen Densmore, "The limits of making teaching a profession." Educational Policy, Vol. 5 No. 1 (1991): 44-63. Translated and republished as "Los limites de la profesionalizacion de la docencia." Educacion e Sociedad (Spain), no. 11 (1992): 67-83.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Rationality and reasonableness: A discussion of Harvey Siegel's Relativism Refuted and Educating Reason." Educational Theory, Vol. 41 No. 2 (1991): 235-252.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Varieties of educational dialogue." Philosophy of Education 1990, David Ericson, ed. (Normal, Ill.: Philosophy of Education Society, 1991), 120-131.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "The tragic sense of education." Teachers College Record, Vol. 91 No. 4 (1990): 469-479.

 

            Thomas A. Callister and Nicholas C. Burbules, "Computer literacy programs in teacher education: What teachers really need to learn." Computers and Education, Vol. 14 No. 1 (1990): 3-7.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "The dilemma of 'relevance' in the philosophy of education." Philosophy of Education 1989, Ralph Page, ed. (Normal, Ill.: Philosophy of Education Society, 1990), 187-196.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Issues and trends in the philosophy of education." Educational Administration Quarterly, Vol. 25 No. 3 (1989): 229-252.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, Gregory Schraw, and Woodrow Trathen, "Metaphor, idiom, and figuration." Metaphor and Symbolic Activity, Vol. 4 No. 2 (1989): 93-110.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules and Marcia C. Linn, "Response to contradiction: Scientific reasoning during adolescence." Journal of Educational Psychology, Vol. 80 No. 1 (1988): 67-75.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Ideology critique and the philosophy of education." Philosophy of Education 1987, Donald Arnstine and Barbara Arnstine, eds. (Normal, Ill.: Philosophy of Education Society, 1988), 47-58.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Tootle: A parable of schooling and destiny." Harvard Educational Review, Vol. 56 No. 3 (1986): 239-256. Republished in Types of Qualitative Inquiry: Exemplars for Study and Discussion, Sharan Merriam and Diane Vreeland, eds. (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2002), 330-347.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, Essay review of Stanley Aronowitz and Henry Giroux, Education Under Siege. Educational Theory, Vol. 36 No. 3 (1986): 301-313.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "A theory of power in education." Educational Theory, Vol. 36 No. 2 (1986): 95-114. Translated and republished as "Uma teoria do poder em educacao." Educacao e Realidade (Brazil), Vol. 12 No. 2 (1987): 19-36. Also translated and republished as "Una teoria de poder en educacion." Propuesta Educativa (Argentina), No. 1 (1989): 13-29.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Toward a theory of power in education." Philosophy of Education 1984, Emily Robertson, ed. (Normal, Ill.: Philosophy of Education Society, 1985), 79-89.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, Brian Lord, and Ann Sherman, "Equity, equal opportunity, and education." Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, Vol. 4 No. 2 (1982): 169-187.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Who hides the hidden curriculum?" Philosophy of Education 1980, C. J. B. Macmillan, ed. (Normal, Ill.: Philosophy of Education Society, 1981), 281-291.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules and Ann Sherman, "Equal opportunity: Ideal or ideology?" Philosophy of Education 1979, Jerrold R. Coombs, ed. (Normal, Ill.: Philosophy of Education Society, 1980), 105-114.

 

             Nicholas C. Burbules, "The antonym of autonomy." Educational Philosophy and Theory, Vol. 9 No. 2 (1977): 57-62.

 

Invited journal articles and book chapters (non-refereed)

 

            Thomas A. Callister, Jr., and Nicholas C. Burbules, "Just give it to me straight: A case against filtering the Internet." Kappan (forthcoming).

 

Nicholas C. Burbules, "Navigating the advantages and disadvantages of online pedagogy." Learning, Culture, and Community: Multiple Perspectives and Practices in Online Education, Caroline Haythornthwaite and Michelle M. Kazmer, eds. (Peter Lang: forthcoming).

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Introduction to Troubling Speech, Disturbing Silence." Troubling Speech, Disturbing Silence, Megan Boler, ed. (Peter Lang: forthcoming).

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Jesus as a teacher." Spirituality and Ethics in Education: Philosophical, Theological, and Cultural Perspectives, Hanan Alexander, ed. (Brighton: Sussex Academic Press): forthcoming.

 

Nicholas C. Burbules, Bryan Warnick, Timothy McDonough, and Scott Johnston, "The educational strand in American philosophy." Blackwell Guide to American Philosophy, Armen Marsoobian and John Ryder, eds.  (Blackwell: forthcoming).

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules and Bert Lambeir, "The importance of new technologies in promoting collaborative educational research." Beyond Empiricism: On Criteria for Educational Research," Paul Smeyers and Marc Depaepe, eds.  (Leuven, Belgium: University Press of Leuven, 2003), 41-52.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Dialogue in virtual spaces." Dialog og Naerhet: Ikt og Undervisning, Yvonne Fritze, Geir Haugsbakk, and Yngve Nordkvelle, eds. (Kristiansand, Norway: Norweigian Academic Press, 2003), 19-28.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "What educational psychology can contribute to educational philosophy." Educational Psychologist, Vol. 38 No. 3 (2003): 183-185.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "'Getting it' or getting together: The challenge of forging new alliances in education." Teaching Education, Vol. 14, No. 2 (2003): 141-143.

 

Nicholas C. Burbules and Nathan Raybeck, "Philosophy of education: Current trends." Encyclopedia of Education, Second Edition, James W. Guthrie, ed. (New York: Macmillan, 2003), 1880-1885.

 

Nicholas C. Burbules, "Virtual reality." Greenwood Dictionary of Education, John Collins and Nancy O'Brien, eds. (Phoenix, Ariz.: Oryx Press, 2003), 373.

 

Nicholas C. Burbules, "Consequences of Reading Pragmatism: A review of Cleo H. Cherryholmes, Reading Pragmatism." Journal of Curriculum Studies, Vol. 34 No. 6 (2002): 729-734.

 

Nicholas C. Burbules, "2001: A philosophical odyssey." Philosophy of Education 2001, Suzanne Rice, ed. (Urbana, Ill.: Philosophy of Education Society, 2002), 1-14.

 

Nicholas C. Burbules, "Like a version: Playing with online identities." Educational Philosophy and Theory, Vol. 34 No. 4 (2002): 387-393.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Where is philosophy of education today: At the start of a new millennium, or at the end of a tired old one?" Philosophical Studies in Education, Vol. 33 (Terre Haute, Ind.: Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society, 2002): 13-23.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Tootle revisited: Fifteen years down the track." Types of Qualitative Inquiry: Exemplars for Study and Discussion, Sharan Merriam and Diane Vreeland, eds. (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2002), 348-351.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "The global context of educational research." Research in International Education: Experience, Theory, and Practice, Liora Bresler and Alexander Ardichvili, eds. (New York: Peter Lang, 2002), 157-169.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "The Web as a rhetorical place." Silicon Literacies, Ilana Snyder, ed. (London: Routledge, 2002), 75-84.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules and Michael Peters, "Ludwig Wittgenstein." Fifty Modern Thinkers on Education, Joy Palmer, ed. (London: Routledge, 2001), 15-23.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Why philosophers of education should care about technology issues." Philosophy of Education 2000, Lynda Stone, ed. (Urbana, Ill.: Philosophy of Education Society, 2001), 37-41.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Globalization and community." (translation: "Welt-Gemeinschaft: Paradox oder Realitat?") Neue Zurcher Zietung (Switzerland), Dec 12, 2000: 62.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Lyotard on Wittgenstein: The differend, language games, and education." Lyotard: Just Education, Paul Standish and Pradeep Dhillon, eds. (New York: Routledge, 2000), 36-53.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Postmodernism for analytic philosophers of education." Educational Philosophy and Theory, Vol. 32 No. 3 (2000): 311-314.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Constructivism: Moving beyond the impasse." Constructivism in Education: National Society for the Study of Education (NSSE) Yearbook, D.C. Phillips, ed. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2000), 308-330.

 

Nicholas C. Burbules, "Philosophy of education." Routledge International Companion to Education, Bob Moon, Miriam Ben-Peretz, and Sally Brown, eds. (New York: Routledge, 2000), 3-18.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "The limits of dialogue as a critical pedagogy." Revolutionary Pedagogies: Cultural Politics, Education, and the Discourse of Theory, Peter Trifonas, ed. (Routledge, 2000), 251-273.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Dialogue." Knowledge and Power in the Global Economy: Politics and the Rhetoric of School Reform, David Gabbard, ed. (Erlbaum, 2000), 393-399.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Education and global communities." Globalisierung: Perspektiven, Paradoxien, Verwerfungen. (Jahrbuch für Bildungs- und Erziehungsphilosophie Bd. 2. Walter Bauer, Wilfried Lippitz, Winfried Marotzki, Jörg Ruhloff, Alfred Schäfer, Christoph Wulf, eds. (Schneider Verlag: Hohengehren, 1999), 125-141.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, Essay review of Kenneth R. Howe, Understanding Equal Educational Opportunity: Social Justice, Democracy, and Schooling. Teachers College Record, Vol. 100 No. 4 (1999): 194-201.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules and Thomas A. Callister, Jr., "A post-technocratic policy perspective on new information and communication technologies for education." Educational Policy, James Marshall and Michael Peters, eds. (Gloucester, UK: Edward Elgar, 1999), 788-797.

 

            Michael Peters and Nicholas C. Burbules, "Wittgenstein, styles, and pedagogy." Wittgenstein: Philosophy, Postmodernism, Pedagogy, Michael Peters and James Marshall (South Hadley, Mass.: Bergin and Garvey, 1999), 152-173.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules and Rupert Berk, "Critical thinking and critical pedagogy: Relations, differences, and limits." Critical Theories in Education, Thomas S. Popkewitz and Lynn Fendler, eds. (New York: Routledge, 1999), 45-65.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, Essay review of Steven M. Cahn, Classic and Contemporary Readings in the Philosophy of Education. APA Newsletter on Teaching Philosophy, Vol. 98 No. 1 (1998): 126-128. Also published in Education Review, an online journal: http://www.ed.asu.edu/edrev/reviews/rev7.htm

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Principle and process in the ethics of educational research." Australian Journal of Education, Vol. 42 No. 1 (1998): 116-123.

 

             Nicholas C. Burbules, "Why practice doesn't make perfect: The pragmatics of teaching knowledge." Proceedings of the Australian Teacher Education Association Conference, 1997 http://atea.cqu.edu.au

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Misinformation, malinformation, messed-up information, and mostly useless information: How to avoid getting tangled up in the 'Net." Digital Rhetorics: Literacies and Technologies in Education - Current Practices and New Directions, Chris Bigum, Colin Lankshear, et al., eds. (Canberra, Department of Employment, Education, Training, and Youth Affairs/Brisbane, Queensland University of Technology, 1997), 109-120. Republished as "Struggling with the Internet." Campus Review (Aug 13-19, 1997): 19-22.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules and Thomas A. Callister, Jr., "Who lives here? Access to and credibility within cyberspace." Digital Rhetorics: Literacies and Technologies in Education - Current Practices and New Directions, Chris Bigum, Colin Lankshear, et al., eds. (Canberra, Department of Employment, Education, Training, and Youth Affairs/Brisbane, Queensland University of Technology, 1997), 95-108.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Rhetorics of the Web: Hyperreading and critical literacy." Page to Screen: Taking Literacy Into the Electronic Era, Ilana Snyder, ed. (New South Wales: Allen and Unwin, 1997), 102-122.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Showdown" and "Beyond freedom and discipline." Ethical Judgment in Teaching, Karl Hostetler, ed. (Allyn and Bacon, 1997), 21-26 and 32-34.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules and Thomas A. Callister, Jr., "Issues of access and equity for new educational technologies." Insights, Vol. 32 No. 1 (June 1996): 9-11.

 

            Thomas A. Callister, Jr., and Nicholas C. Burbules, "Public spaces and cyberspace: Issues of credibility in educational technologies." Insights, Vol. 32 No. 1 (June 1996): 11-14.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Social and political philosophy and education." Philosophy of Education: An Encyclopedia, J.J. Chambliss, ed. (New York: Garland, 1996), 598-602.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Education, discourse, and the construction of identity." Philosophy of Education 1994, Michael Katz, ed. (Urbana, Ill.: Philosophy of Education Society, 1995), 36-40.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Authority and the tragic dimension of teaching." The Educational Conversation: Closing the Gap, James Garrison and A.G. Rud, eds. (New York: S.U.N.Y. Press, 1995), 29-40.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Reasonable doubt: Toward a postmodern defense of reason as an educational aim." Critical Conversations in Philosophy of Education, Wendy Kohli, ed. (New York: Routledge, 1995), 82-102.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Marxism and educational thought." The International Encyclopedia of Education, 2nd edition, T. Husen and T.N. Postlethwaite, eds. (New York: Pergamon Press, 1994), 3617-3622. Republished in Education: The Complete Encyclopedia (CD-ROM), T. Husen, T.N. Postlethwaite, B. Clark, and G. Neave, eds. (New York: Pergamon Press, 1998). Also republished in the International Encyclopedia of the Sociology of Education, Lawrence J. Saha, ed. (New York: Pergamon Press, 1997), 75-80.

 

            Marcia C. Linn and Nicholas C. Burbules, "Construction of knowledge and group learning." The Practice of Constructivism in Science Education, Kenneth Tobin, ed. (Washington, DC: American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1993): 91-119. Reprinted in Ventures, published by the California School Leadership Academy, 1995.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "From critique to reconstruction: Rethinking the normative dimension of the philosophy of education." Proceedings of the Summer, 1993 Meeting of the Association for Process Philosophy and Education, Philip Bashor, ed. (1993), 23-42.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Beyond the reproduction/transformation dichotomy in critical educational studies." Philosophical Studies in Education, Susan Martin, ed. (Terre Haute, Ind.: Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society, 1992), 12-14.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules and Suzanne Rice, "Can we be heard?" Harvard Educational Review, Vol. 62 No. 2 (1992): 264-271. Republished in Teaching for Change: Addressing Issues of Difference in the College Classroom, Kathryn Geismar and Guitele Nicoleau, eds. (Cambridge, MA: Harvard Educational Review, 1993), 34-42.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules and Kathleen Densmore, "The persistence of professionalism: Breakin' up is hard to do." Educational Policy, Vol. 5 No. 2 (1991): 150-157. Translated and republished as "La persistencia del profesionalismo: Es duro abrirse camino." Educacion e Sociedad (Spain), no. 11 (1992): 97-104.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Equal opportunity or equal education?" Educational Theory, Vol. 40 No. 2 (1990): 221-226.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Making a case for relevance." Educational Administration Quarterly, Vol. 26 No. 3 (1990): 293-301.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Meaning and political context." Philosophy of Education 1988, James Giarelli, ed. (Normal, Ill.: Philosophy of Education Society, 1989), 353-357.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules and Harvey Kantor, "'Redefining equality' reconsidered." Teachers College Record, Vol. 90 No. 2, (1988): 185-191.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Radical educational cynicism and radical educational skepticism." Philosophy of Education 1985, David Nyberg, ed. (Normal, Ill.: Philosophy of Education Society, 1986), 201-205.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, Review of Walter Feinberg, Understanding Education. Teacher's College Record, Vol. 86 No. 2 (1984): 375-378.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, Review of Henry Giroux, Theory and Resistance in Education. Theory and Research in Social Education, Vol. 12 No. 3 (1984): 62-64.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, Review of educational computer software: "Jigsaw" and "Dragon's Keep." Curriculum Review (October 1983): 34-36.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Limited inferences from correlations." Philosophy of Education 1981, Daniel DeNicola, ed. (Normal, Ill.: Philosophy of Education Society, 1982), 98-104.

 

Journal articles and book chapters in my own edited collections (non-refereed)

 

Nicholas C. Burbules, "The dilemma of philosophy of education: 'Relevance' or critique?" Educational Theory, Vol. 52 No. 3 (2002): 257-261, 349-357.

 

            Nadine Dolby and Nicholas C. Burbules, "Education and September 11: An introduction." Teachers College Record (August 2002). Available online: http://www.tcrecord.org/Content.asp?ContentID=10997

 

Nicholas C. Burbules and Carlos Torres, "Globalization and education: An introduction." Globalization and Education: Critical Perspectives, Nicholas C. Burbules and Carlos Torres, eds. (New York: Routledge, 2000), 1-26. Translated and republished as "Globalizacion y education." Revista de Educacion (Spain, 2001): 13-29.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Does the Internet constitute a global educational community?" Globalization and Education: Critical Perspectives, Nicholas C. Burbules and Carlos Torres, eds. (New York: Routledge, 2000), 323-355. Translated and republished as "Constituye Internet una comunidad educative global?." Revista de Educacion (Spain, 2001): 169-190.

 

Nicholas C. Burbules, "A half-century of Educational Theory: Perspectives on the past, present, and future." Educational Theory, Vol. 50 No. 3 (2000): 279-288.

 

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Teaching and the tragic sense of education." Teaching and Its Predicaments, Nicholas C. Burbules and David Hansen, eds. (Westview Press, 1997), 65-77.

            Nicholas C. Burbules, "Continuity and diversity in philosophy of education: An introduction." Educational Theory, Vol. 41 No. 3 (1991): 257-263.

 

Interviews and editorials

 

"'Friends' on both sides do damage to Urbana campus." Guest commentary, Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette (February 5, 2003): A-7.

 

            "Publicaco online ganha espaco." Interview, Jornal do Unisinos (Brazil: April 3, 2002): http://www.unisinos.br/comunicacao/jornais/institucionais/body_ju.htm

 

            "An alternative view to the issue of childhood learning" (with Joyce Atkinson). Guest commentary, Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette (March 31, 2002): B-3.

 

            "Navegar por Internet es como andar desnudo por la calle." Interview, La Nacion (Argentina: December 17, 2000): 3.

 

            "Computers present new possibilities, dangers for educators." Interview, Inside Illinois (February 17, 2000): 1-2.

 

            "E-education: As technology pervades schools, new issues arise." Interview, Northwest Herald (December 28, 1999): 1, 6.

 

            Interviewed for stories with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Chicago Tribune, Chronicle of Higher Education, Mother Jones, National Public Radio, New York Times, and Wired.

 

Invited paper presentations

 

            "Philosophy of education as a form of inquiry." Invited Merritt Distinguished Speaker, Northern Illinois University, Winter 2004.

 

            "A critical view of dialogue in education." Invited graduate colloquium, Northern Illinois University, Winter 2004.

 

"The virtual university." Invited presentation, Ethnography of the University project, University of Illinois, Autumn 2003.

 

"Online pedagogy." Invited presentation, College of Education Teaching Academy, University of Illinois, Autumn 2003.

 

            "On virtual learning environments." Invited lecture, Wisconsin Library Association annual meeting, Autumn 2003.

 

"Reasonableness as a communicative virtue." Invited lecture, University of South Africa and University of Stellenbosch (South Africa), Summer 2003.

 

"Challenges to democratic dialogue." Invited seminar, University of South Africa and University of Stellenbosch (South Africa), Summer 2003.

 

"Globalization and educational policy studies." Invited seminar, University of Stellenbosch (South Africa), Summer 2003.

 

            "Cosmopolitan education in online contexts." Invited lecture, "Globalization, Technology, and Education" conference, University of Piraeus, Greece, Summer 2003.

 

"Philosophical perspectives on educational quality." Invited panel presentation, American Educational Research Association, Spring 2003.

 

            "Dialogue in virtual spaces." Invited keynote address, Didactics and Technology Conference, Lillehammer University (Norway), Winter 2003. Also presented at University of Oslo (Norway), Winter 2003.

 

"The Internet as an arena for democratic education." Invited seminar, University of Oslo (Norway), Winter 2003.

 

            "Philosophy of education: The problem of justification." Invited online lecture, Stockholm Institute of Education (Sweden), Autumn 2002.

 

"Collaboration and the standards of educational research." Invited lecture, University of Leuven, (Belgium), Autumn 2002.

 

            "Why aren't philosophers and educators speaking to each other?" Invited panel presentation, Mid-Atlantic States Philosophy of Education Society, Rutgers University, Autumn 2002.

 

            "Education and 9-11." Invited lecture, Administrators Club (Illinois State University), Autumn 2002.

 

            "Navigating the advantages and disadvantages of online pedagogy." Invited lecture, Library Education Experimental Project (LEEP) Retreat (University of Illinois), Autumn 2002.

 

            "Technology perspectives in education." Invited lecture, Computer Associates (Lisle, Illinois), Summer 2002.

 

            "Virtual spaces as places of teaching and learning." Invited Battelle lecture, Ohio State University, Spring 2002.

 

            "The impact of new digital technologies on educational research (O impacto de novas tecnologias digitais na pesquisa educacional)." Invited lecture, Fourth Congress Luso-Brasiliero de Historia da Educacao, Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil), Spring 2002.

 

            "Dialogue and third spaces." Invited lecture, the Dean's Lecture Series at St. Lawrence University, Spring 2002.

 

"Teaching and practicing reason." Invited online lecture, Marquette University, Spring 2002.

 

"Rethinking the educated person: A proposed research program." Invited lecture, University of Leuven, (Belgium), Autumn 2001.

 

            "Where is philosophy of education today: At the start of a new millennium, or at the end of a tired old one?" Phil Smith Memorial lecture, Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society conference. Also presented to the College of Education, U.I.U.C., Autumn 2001.

 

            "What does it mean to teach students to be 'critical'?" Invited lecture, Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory Colloquium, U.I.U.C., Autumn 2001.

 

            "Jesus as a teacher." Invited keynote address, Center for Ethics and Education, University of Haifa (Israel), Summer 2001.

 

            "2001: A philosophical odyssey." Presidential address, Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 2001.

 

            "An insider's view of academic publishing." Invited presentation, National Academy of Education Fellow's Retreat, Spring 2001.

 

            "The new possibilities of online pedagogy." Invited lectures, University of Nebraska, and Teachers College, Columbia University, Spring, 2001.

 

            "Was Wittgenstein a pragmatist?" Invited response to a lecture by Linda Zerilli, Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory Colloquium, U.I.U.C., Autumn 2000.

 

            "Credibility in cyberspace." Invited seminar, College of Commerce and Business Administration, University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign, Autumn 2000.

 

            "Changing contexts of educational research." Invited lecture, Third Seminar on Research in Education (Seminaro Pesquisa em Educacao), Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil), Autumn 2000.

 

            "The Internet and education: Changing concepts of privacy." ("Internet y educacion: re-pensando el concepto de privacidad.") Invited lecture, University of San Andres (Argentina), Autumn, 2000.

 

            "Discipline, community, and standards for educational research." Invited lecture, University of Leuven, (Belgium), Autumn 2000.

 

            "Trends in online education." Invited online lecture, Wageningen University Student Association (Netherlands), Spring 2000.

 

            "Why philosophers of education should care about technology issues." Invited response to a Keynote address by Douglas Kellner, Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 2000.

 

            "Teaching and learning technologies and higher education: Where we seem to be headed." Invited seminar, College of Commerce and Business Administration, University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign, Spring 2000.

 

            "Universities in transition: The promise and the challenge of new technologies." Invited lecture, Philosophy of Education Society, Great Britain, Autumn 1999.

 

            "Education and global communities." Invited lecture, Philosophy of Education Society, Great Britain, Autumn 1999.

 

            "Changing technologies and changing identities: The global context of education today." Invited lecture, School of Education, University of California, Los Angeles, Autumn 1999.

 

            "The irrelevance of 'irrelevance'." Invited lecture, Midwest Philosophy of Education Society, Autumn 1999.

 

            "Teaching online and rethinking pedagogy." Invited keynote address, Faculty Training Workshop, sponsored by the Educational Technologies Board, University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign, Summer 1999.

 

            "Doubt and educational possibility." Distinguished invited address, Mid-Atlantic States Philosophy of Education Society, Autumn 1998.

 

            "Dialogue and difference." Invited lecture, University of Utrecht, Netherlands, Autumn 1997.

 

             "Why practice doesn't make perfect: The pragmatics of teaching knowledge." Invited keynote address, Australian Teacher Education Association conference, Summer 1997.

 

            "Technology and the global curriculum." Invited lecture, University of Queensland, Summer 1997.

 

             "Misinformation, malinformation, messed-up information, and mostly useless information: How to avoid getting tangled up in the 'Net." Invited lectures, University of Queensland, Queensland University of Technology, and Griffith University, Summer 1997.

 

            "Diversity, difference, and dialogue: Educational opportunities and constraints." Invited lecture, University of British Columbia, Spring 1997.

 

            "Getting started in educational publishing." Invited lecture, Department of Planning, Policy, and Leadership Studies, University of Iowa, Spring 1997.

 

            "Digital publishing and educational scholarship: Where issues of form and content meet." Invited lecture, Department of Planning, Policy, and Leadership Studies, University of Iowa, Spring 1997.

 

            "New information technologies and higher education." Invited lecture, Center for Educational Research at Stanford, Stanford University, Winter 1997.

 

            "Critical hyperreading and new information technologies." Invited lecture, Cyberpedagogy 2 Seminar, University of Queensland, Autumn 1996.

 

            "Political correctness and educational policy: A view from the United States." Invited lecture, Paddington Workers' Club, Brisbane Australia, Autumn 1996.

 

            "Doubt and educational possibilities." Invited lectures, Faculty of Education, University of Melbourne, Australia; Faculty of Education, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia; and Faculty of Education, University of Newcastle, Australia, Autumn 1996.

 

            "A grammar of difference: Some ways of rethinking difference and diversity as educational topics." Invited keynote address, Australian Association for Research in Education conference, Autumn 1996. Also invited lectures, Faculty of Education, Monash University, Australia; Faculty of Education, University of Queensland, Australia, Autumn 1996; and Philosophy of Education Seminar, Stanford University, Winter 1997.

 

            "Electronic publishing and the future of academic journals." Invited lecture, Australian Association for Research in Education conference, Autumn 1996. Also invited lecture, Faculty of Education, Queensland University of Technology, Australia, Autumn 1996.

 

            "Who lives here? Issues of access to and credibility within cyberspace." Invited lectures, Faculty of Education, Griffith University, Australia; Faculty of Education, Deakin University, Geelong, Australia; Faculty of Education, Central Queensland University, Australia; Faculty of Education, Queensland University of Technology, Australia; and Faculty of Education, Macquarie University, Australia, Autumn 1996.

 

            "Rhetorics of the Web: Hyperreading and critical literacy." Invited lectures, Faculty of Education, Cowan University, Australia, Autumn 1996; Faculty of Education, Deakin University, Burwood, Australia, Autumn 1996; and Graduate School of Education, University of California, Berkeley, Winter 1997.

 

            "Aporia and knowledge: Passages of learning." Invited keynote address, Philosophy of Education Society, Australasia, Autumn, 1996. Also an invited lecture, Faculty of Education, University of Western Australia, Autumn 1996.

 

            "Teaching and the tragic sense of education." Invited lectures, Faculty of Education, University of Auckland, New Zealand; Faculty of Education, University of Otago, New Zealand, Summer 1996; and University of Sydney, Australia, Autumn 1996.

 

            "Access to new educational technologies: Democratic challenges." Invited lectures, Faculty of Education, University of Canterbury, New Zealand, and Faculty of Education, University of Waikato, New Zealand, Summer 1996.

 

            "Charity, militancy, and humility in interpretation." Invited response to a lecture by Joel Weinsheimer, Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory Colloquium, U.I.U.C., Spring 1996.

 

            "Deconstructing difference and the difference this makes to education." Invited Keynote address Philosophy of Education Society, Great Britain, Spring 1996.

 

            "The difference difference has made: Why educational theory will never be the same again." Invited lecture, School of Education, University of California, Los Angeles, Autumn 1995.

 

            "Misinformation, malinformation, messy information, and mostly useless information: How to avoid getting tangled up in the World Wide Web." Invited lecture, Jack Easley Memorial Colloquium, University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign, Autumn 1995.

 

            "Translations within communities of practice." Invited response to a lecture by Leigh Star, Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory Colloquium, U.I.U.C., Autumn 1995.

           

            "Publishing in educational journals." Invited lecture, American Educational Studies Association, Autumn 1994.

 

            "Education, discourse, and the construction of identity." Invited response to a Keynote address by Seyla Benhabib, Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 1994.

 

            "Is there one right way to write? The ambiguous virtue of clarity in educational writing." Invited lecture, School of Education, University of California, Los Angeles, Winter 1994.

 

            "From critique to reconstruction: Rethinking the normative dimension of the philosophy of education." Invited keynote address, Association for Process Philosophy and Education, Summer 1993.

 

            "Four types of dialogue and their assumptions about learning." Invited lecture, School of Education, University of Michigan, Spring 1993.

 

            "Forms of dialogue and their value in different teaching contexts." Invited lecture, School of Education, Michigan State University, Spring 1993.

 

            "Editing Educational Theory." Invited lecture, Midwest Philosophy of Education Society, Autumn 1992.

 

            "Reasonable doubt: Toward a postmodern defense of reason as an educational aim." Invited lecture, California Association for Philosophy of Education, Autumn 1992.

 

            "Dialogue: An analysis of types and their presuppositions." Invited lecture, School of Education, University of Utah, Winter 1991.

 

            "Strategies and practices: A different view of essentialism." Invited response to a lecture by Amanda Anderson, Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory Colloquium, U.I.U.C., Autumn 1991.

 

            "Playing with dialogue." Invited lecture, Institute of Education, University of London, Autumn 1990.

 

Other paper presentations

 

       "Was Socrates a bad teacher?" with Sarah McGough. Presented at the California Association for Philosophy of Education, Spring 2003.

 

            "Epistemological virtues and educational research." Presented at the College of Education, UIUC, Spring 2003.

 

"The mixed blessings of non-face-to-face interactions in online courses." Presented at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 2003.

 

"The relevance of philosophy of education to educational research." Presented at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 2003.

 

            "Habermas's theory of deliberative communication as an educational theory." Respondent at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 2003.

 

            "Dialogue, carnival, and third spaces." Presented at the University Council for Educational Administration, Autumn 2002.

 

            "Navigating the advantages and disadvantages of online pedagogy," with Thomas A. Callister, Jr. Presented at the American Educational Studies Association, Autumn 2002.

 

            "Wittgenstein, the practice of ethics, and moral education," with Paul Smeyers. Presented at the Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 2002.

 

"Be careful what you ask for: Paradoxes about the 'digital divide,'" with Thomas A. Callister, Jr. Presented at the American Educational Studies Association, Autumn 2001.

 

"Why accountability?" Presented at the American Educational Studies Association, Autumn 2001.

 

            "Caring about philosophy of education." Presented at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 2001.

 

            "Meno's paradox revisited." Respondent at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 2001.

 

            "Journal publishing advice for beginning scholars in philosophy of education." Presented at the Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 2001.

 

            "Working on the self: Ethics as a social practice." Presented at the Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 2001.

 

            "Put the technology away: Let's get back to 'real' philosophy." Presented at the Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 2001.

 

            "Technology, distance education, and global inequality." Presented at the International Studies Association, Spring 2001.

 

            "Constructivism: Misguided epistemological and metaphysical debates." Presented at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 2000.

 

            "Writing dialogue as pedagogy." Presented at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 2000.

 

            "Analyzing learning and discourse in distributed and nondistributed contexts." Respondent at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 2000.

 

            "Modeling distributed knowledge processes in next generation multidisciplinary alliances," with Alaina Kanfer, Bertram C. Bruce, Caroline Haythornthwaite, James Wade, Geoffrey Bowker, and Joseph Porac. Presented at the Academic-Industry Working Conference on Research Challenges, Spring 2000. Recipient of the Bell Atlantic Best Paper Ward.

 

            "Electronic publishing: New forms of information and knowledge." Presented at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1999.

 

            "Toward a kind of postmodern philosophy of education." Presented at the American Educational Studies Association, Autumn 1999.

 

            "Lyotard on Wittgenstein: Language games, performativity, and education." Presented at the Philosophy of Education and the Internationalization of Curriculum Studies conference, Louisiana State University, Spring 1999.

 

            "Technology-based tools for learning: Visualization, collaboration, and inclusion." Respondent at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1999.

 

            "John Dewey and the challenges to schools of education today." Respondent at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1999.

 

            "Competing conceptions of community: A social foundations perspective on new technologies in education," with Thomas A. Callister, Jr. Presented at the American Educational Studies Association, Autumn 1998.

 

            "Promoting community in an online course," with Thomas A. Callister, Jr. Presented at the American Educational Studies Association, Autumn 1998.

 

            "Educational implication of the new scholarship on sexual harassment." Presented at the American Educational Studies Association, Autumn 1998.

 

            "Universities in transition: The promise and the challenge of new technologies." Presented at the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy, Boston, Massachusetts, Autumn, 1998.

 

            "On critically reading the World Wide Web," with Thomas A. Callister, Jr. Presented at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1998.

 

            "Pluralism and monism in philosophy of education." Presented at the Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 1998.

 

            "Modes of criticality as modes of teaching." Respondent at the Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 1998.

 

            "Social foundations and the challenges of new information technologies for education." Presented at the American Educational Studies Association, Autumn 1997.

 

            "Advice on mining publications from your dissertation." Presented at the American Educational Studies Association, Autumn 1997.

 

            "Web publishing and educational scholarship." Presented at the European Conference on Educational Research, Autumn 1997.

 

            "The risky promises and promising risks of new information technologies for education." Presented at the Education/Technology: Asking the Right Questions conference, Pennsylvania State University, Autumn 1997.

 

            "Aporia: Webs, passages, getting lost, and learning to go on." Presented as a General Session at the Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 1997.

 

            "Dialogue and democracy in the (Post)modern condition." Presented at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1997.

 

            "Wittgenstein and the importance of style to philosophy," with Michael Peters. Presented at the Philosophy of Education Society, Australasia, Autumn 1996.

 

            "Issues of access and equity for new educational technologies." Presented at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1996.

 

            "Using e-mail to promote dialogue: Possibilities and limits." Presented at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1996.

 

            "The possibilities and limits of dialogue: Reflections on Habermas and Freire." Presented at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1996.

 

            "Deconstructing difference and the difference this makes to education." Presented at the Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 1996.

 

            "Progressivism and pragmatism: Reconsiderations." Presented at the American Educational Studies Association, Autumn 1995. A revised version was presented at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1996.

 

            "Technology and the future of publishing: Changing educational communities." Presented at the American Educational Studies Association, Autumn 1995.

 

            "Postmodern doubt and philosophy of education." Presented as a General Session at the Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 1995.

 

            "What's 'neo' about neopragmatism?" Presented at the American Educational Studies Association, Autumn 1994.

 

            "Transforming the ethics of information in a posttypographic culture." Panelist at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1994.

 

            "Pragmatism and education: Renewing a conversation." Respondent at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1994.

 

            "Why ask why?" Respondent at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1994.

 

            "Dialogues in learning to teach literacy." Respondent at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1994.

 

            "Habermas and the need for a normative theory of communication." Presented at the American Educational Studies Association, Autumn 1993.

 

            "Professionalism, publishing, and public spaces: Journal editing as a gatekeeping process." Presented at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1993.

 

            "Rethinking rationality: On learning to be reasonable." Presented at the Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 1993.

 

            "Translation and teaching." Presented at the Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 1993.

 

            "Beyond the reproduction/transformation dichotomy in critical educational studies." Response to the Presidential Address at the Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society, Autumn 1992.

 

            "What are the limits and possibilities of dialogue in professional contexts?" with Mary Leach. Presented at the Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society, Autumn 1992.

 

            "Reflections on dialogue." Presented at the California Association for Philosophy of Education, Autumn 1992.

 

            "The problematic nature of teacher authority." Presented at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1992.

 

            "Neopragmatism and Nike." Respondent at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1992.

 

            "Knowledge at the crossroads: Alternate futures of hypertext environments for learning," with Thomas A. Callister. Presented at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1992.

 

            "Beyond the 'opportunity society': Rethinking educational opportunity." Presented at the Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 1992.

 

            "Communicative virtues and educational relations," with Suzanne Rice. Presented at the Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 1992.

 

            "Four types of pedagogical dialogue." Presented at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1991.

 

            "The nature and development of scientific understanding." Respondent at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1991.

 

            "The virtues of reasonableness." Presented at the Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 1991.

 

            "Dialogue across differences: Continuing the conversation," with Suzanne Rice. Presented (by Suzanne Rice) at the Bergamo Conference, Autumn 1990.

 

            "Making sense: The aims of interpretation." Presented at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1990.

 

            "Varieties of educational dialogue." Presented at the Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 1990.

 

            "Challenging the authority of the text." Respondent at the American Educational Studies Association, Autumn 1989.

 

            "The dilemma of 'relevance' in the philosophy of education." Presented at the Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 1989.

 

            "Education and the tragic sense of life." Presented at the American Educational Studies Association, Autumn 1988, and the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1989.

 

            "What makes neopragmatism neo?" Respondent at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1989.

 

            "Group problem solving in computer environments: Benefits and disadvantages," with Marcia C. Linn. Presented at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1989.

 

            "Meaning and political context." Respondent at the Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 1988.

 

            "Education as translation." Presented at the California Association for Philosophy of Education, Spring 1988.

 

            "Computers in the teacher education process," with Thomas A. Callister, Jr. Presented at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1988.

 

            "The neglect of politics in critical educational studies," with Harvey Kantor. Presented at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1988.

 

            "Ideology critique and the philosophy of education." Presented as a General Session at the Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 1987.

 

            "Eight theses on the concept of 'ideology' in educational scholarship." Presented at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1987.

 

            "Radical educational cynicism and radical educational skepticism." Respondent at the Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 1985.

 

            "Metaphor, idiom, and figuration," with Gregory Schraw and Woodrow Trathen. Presented at the American Educational Research Association, Spring 1985.

 

            "Toward a theory of power in education." Presented as a General Session at the Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 1984.

 

            "Teaching logic to children: An exploratory study of 'Rocky's Boots,'" with Phillip Reese. A report prepared for the National Institute of Education, March 1984, presented at the American Educational Research Association and the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Spring 1984.

 

            "Rocky's Boots: Preliminary investigations," with Phillip Reese. Presented at a symposium on "Equity in Computer Proficiency" at the Ninth Annual Midyear Conference of the Special Interest Group: Research on Women and Education, American Educational Research Association, November 1983.

 

            "Limited inferences from correlations." Respondent at the Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 1981.

 

            "Who hides the hidden curriculum?" Presented at the Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 1980.

 

            "Equal opportunity: Ideal or ideology?" with Ann Sherman. Program report 79-B17, Institute for Research on Educational Finance and Governance, Stanford University, presented as a General Session at the Philosophy of Education Society, Spring 1979.

 

Previous work experience

 

            Winter 1983-Autumn 1983: Research Associate, Adolescent Reasoning Project, Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California, Berkeley.

 

            Autumn 1980-Autumn 1982: Acting Instructor and Coordinator, Program in Structured Liberal Education, Stanford University.

 

            Autumn 1977-Summer 1982: Teaching Assistant and Acting Instructor, School of Education, Stanford University.

 

            Autumn 1977-Summer 1979: Research Assistant, Institute for Research on Educational Finance and Governance, Stanford University.

 

            Autumn 1976-Spring 1977: Substitute teacher, Children's Center of the Stanford Community, Stanford University.

 

            Spring 1975-Autumn 1976: Full-time teacher, Grinnell Community Day Care Center, Grinnell, Iowa.

 

Consulting activities

 

            Steering Committee Member, Education and African Modernities Institute, University of Illinois, 2002-present.

 

            External Consultant, Advisory Council of the School of Education, University of San Andres, Argentina, 2000-present.

 

            Instructor, Novice Teacher Support Project, Summer 2000, 2002.

 

            External evaluator, CIRCE Evaluation of the Milwaukee Alternative Teacher Education program, Summer 2000.

 

            External Reviewer, Journal of Philosophy of Education, 1999.

 

            Participant, "Technology and Beyond: Transforming Higher Education," an ETS Regional Invitational Conference on Higher Education, Autumn 1998.

 

            Consultant, "The Quiet Politics of Voice: Values in Classification Systems," National Science Foundation, 1998.

 

            Participant, Conference on Intergroup Dialogue in Higher Education, University of Michigan, Autumn 1997.

 

            Visiting Researcher, Children's Literacy National Program. Project: Technology and Language and Literacy Learning: Current Practices and Future Directions (Canberra, Australia: Department of Employment, Education, Training, and Youth Affairs), Summer 1997.

 

            External Reviewer, Rutgers Graduate School of Education, Spring 1996.

 

            Consultant, Project on Classification Systems within Information Infrastructures, National Science Foundation, 1996.

 

            Consultant, Study of National K-12 Standards Statements, College Board, Winter 1996.

 

            Participant, Seminar on the Professional Autonomy of High School Teachers, College Board, Autumn 1994.

 

            Participant, Educational Leadership Seminar, U. S. Department of Education, Summer, 1987.

 

            Staff Member, Conference on Technology & Teacher Education (sponsored by Apple Computer and the University of California, Berkeley), Monterey California, Autumn 1986.

 

            Advisory Panel, Project on Language and Science Education, University of California, Berkeley, 1985-1986.

 

National service activities

 

Editor, Educational Theory (1991-present)

            Associate Editor (1989-1991)

            Review Board (1983-1988).

 

Co-founder (with Gene Glass), Education Review. Online publication: http://www.ed.asu.edu/edrev

 

Publisher, Philosophy of Education Society Yearbook (formerly Proceedings), 1992-present.

 

Editor, Open Directory web site for Philosophy of Education:

http://www.dmoz.org/Society/Philosophy/Philosophy_of_Education

 

Editorial Board, International Journal of Educational Technology (online):

http://www.outreach.uiuc.edu/ijet/

 

Occasional reviewer for:

 

(Organizations) Association for Philosophy of Education, American Educational Research Association; American Educational Studies Association; Economic and Social Research Council (U.K.); Guggenheim Foundation; National Academy of Education (Spencer Foundation); National Research Foundation (South Africa); Research Board (K.U. Leuven) and Belgium Research Council, V.U.B. (Belgium); Research Board (University of Illinois).

 

(Journals) American Journal of Education, American Educational Research Journal, Cambridge Journal of Education, Canadian Journal of Education, Comparative Education Review, Cultural Studies/Critical Methodologies, Discourse, Educational Administration Quarterly, Educational Foundations, Educational Policy, Educational Psychologist, Educational Researcher, International Journal of Educational Technology, , Journal of Curriculum Studies, Journal of Education Policy, Journal of Intercultural Studies, Journal of Teaching and Teacher Education, Review of Educational Research, Studies in Philosophy and Education, Teachers College Record, Teaching Education.

 

(Publishers) Blackwell, Cambridge University Press, Erlbaum, Falmer, Garland, Greenwood, Kluwer, Longman, Open University Press, Peter Lang, Routledge, Sage, State University of New York Press, Taylor and Francis, Teachers College Press, University of Illinois Press, and Westview.

 

Professional affiliations

 

            Fellow, Philosophy of Education Society.

                        President, 2001.

                        Member, Executive Board, 1999-2002.

                        Publisher, PES Yearbook, 1995-present.

                        Publisher, PES Proceedings, 1992-1994.                    

Chair, Resolutions Committee, 1998.

                        Member, Ad-hoc Committee on Teaching Ethics, 1996-2000.

Member, Ad-hoc Committee on Technology, 1994-95.

Chair, Nominating Committee, 1994-95.

                        Founded, PEN - the Philosophy of Education Newsletter, 1991.

Chair, Commission on Professional Affairs, 1989-1991.

Member, Commission on Professional Affairs, 1986-1989. 

Chair, Program Committee, 1985-1986.

Member, Program Committee, 1984-1985.

 

            Member, American Educational Studies Association.

                        Member, Nominating Committee, 1999.

 

            Member, American Educational Research Association.

                        Chair, Outstanding Book Award Committee, 2000-2001.

                        Member, Outstanding Book Award Committee, 1999-2000.

 

            Member, California Association for Philosophy of Education.

                        President, 1986-1987.

                        Vice-President, 1980-1981.

 

Grants

 

            Co-Principal Investigator, "The dynamics of knowledge in interdisciplinary alliances." Funded by the Knowledge & Distributed Intelligence Program (KDI),

National Science Foundation (1999-2003): $1,400,000.

 

            Co-Principal Investigator, IERI (Interagency Educational Research Initiative) Research Data Center: Planning grant of $100,000 (1999-2000). Renewed for another $100,000 (2000-2001).

 

            Principal Investigator: Data Mining project, ISBE (Illinois State Board of Education) 1999-2000: $150,000.

 

            Faculty Fellow, Bureau of Educational Research, College of Education, University of Illinois (1998-1999): $25,000, Co-Principal Investigator.

 

            Faculty Affiliate, Education Division, National Center for Supercomputing Applications (1998-1999): $15,000.

 

            Principal Investigator, University of Illinois Research Board grant (1998): $6675.

 

            Principal Investigator, Spencer Foundation research grant (1998): $72,800, with one co-investigator.

 

Awards

 

            Recipient, James and Helen Merritt Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Philosophy of Education (2004).

 

            Appointed to Grayce Wicall Gauthier Professorship, College of Education, University of Illinois (2002-2007).

 

            Selected as a Distinguished Senior College Scholar, College of Education, University of Illinois (2001).

 

            "Modeling distributed knowledge processes in next generation multidisciplinary alliances," with Alaina Kanfer, Bertram C. Bruce, Caroline Haythornthwaite, James Wade, Geoffrey Bowker, and Joseph Porac. Presented at the Academic-Industry Working Conference on Research Challenges, Spring 2000. Recipient of the Bell Atlantic Best Paper Ward.

 

            Selected as a University Scholar, University of Illinois (1998).

 

            Selected as a "Young Leader of the Academy," Change magazine (1998).

 

            Dialogue in Teaching: Theory and Practice (New York: Teachers College Press). Selected for the American Educational Studies Association "Critics' Choice" Award, 1993. Selected for an invited book signing by the Conference on Intergroup Dialogue, University of Michigan, 1997.

 

            Selected as a Distinguished College Scholar, College of Education, University of Illinois (1992).

 

            Selected for (Incomplete) List of Teachers Rated as Excellent by Their Students, University of Illinois: Fall, 1989; Spring 1991; Fall 1993; Fall 1994; Fall 1995; Spring 1996; Fall 1999; Spring 2000; Spring 2002; Summer 2002. This is a listing of the highest-rated teachers on campus, as measured by standardized student evaluations.


 
   University Of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - 2010