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Events

Events labeled ‘Colloquium’ are part of a series bringing to the program a range of practicing scholars from a range of disciplines that include Philosophy and Philosophy of Education, but also extend to Architectural Theory, History, Anthropology and the like.

Presentations are held in room 332 of the Horace Mann building beginning at 5:30, and are followed by a reception. If you would like to attend any of the colloquium presentations, please contact the Colloquium Coordinator, Professor Megan Laverty at laverty@tc.edu or at (212) 678-3393.

Special Event:  The Ins and Outs of Interdisciplinary Research,
Wednesday, September 22, 2:00 pm, Russell 306

William Gaudelli, Program in Social Studies and Education

Megan Laverty, Program in Philosophy and Education
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Colloquium:  Thursday, September 23

Panel on Rene Arcilla’s new book, Mediumism: A Philosophical Reconstruction of Modernism for Existential Learning (New York: SUNY Press, 2010)

Panelists:

*Olga Hubard, Professor of Art and Art Education, Teachers College
*Chris Moffett, doctoral student in Philosophy and Education, Teachers College
*Carmen James, masters student in Philosophy and Education, Teachers College

Respondent:

Rene Arcilla, Professor of Philosophy of Education, Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development, New York University

Colloquium:  Thursday, October 14

Ron Glass
Associate Professor of Education
University of California, Santa Cruz
Projects in Public Education

Philosophy in Schools Conference
Saturday, October 16, 10:00 am,  Millbank Chapel

Complete List of Speakers and More Information

Colloquium:  Thursday, November 4

Matthew Sanger
Assistant Professor of Educational Foundations
Idaho State University
Preparing Candidates for the Moral Work of Teaching

Colloquium:  Thursday, November 18

Kevin Murphy
Professor of 19th and 20th Century European and American Architecture and Theory
CUNY Graduate Center
Architecture and Educational Reform in Twentieth Century America

Colloquium:  Thursday, December 9

Jen Glaser
Senior Faculty of the Mandel Leadership Institute in Israel
Rival Theories of Pluralistic Education

If you would like to attend any of the colloquium presentations, please contact the Colloquium Coordinator, Professor Megan Laverty at laverty@tc.edu or at (212) 678-3393.