Liberal Education

“Why Are Liberal Education’s Friends Of So Little Help?” Liberal Education (Spring 2005): 56-59.   Full Text

“Liberating Liberal Education,” Education Digest LXIX.3 (November 2003): 12-16.

    

“A Liberal Education Is Not a Luxury,” Chronicle of Higher Education, Back page “Point of View” of the Chronicle Review Section (September 12, 2003): B16.

Full Text

      NB: An expanded version of “A Liberal Education Is Not a Luxury”

      appeared in the September 12, 2003 Chronicle of Higher Education.


“Skills vs. Scholarship, or, Liberal Education Knows a Hawk from a Handsaw,” Conference Proceedings of HAN (Humanities and Arts Higher Education Network,) December 1997:  1-17.

“Liberal Education vs. Professional Training, or, Liberal Education Knows a Hawk From a Handsaw,” CCTE Studies LXIII (September 1998): 1-16.   Article Excerpt

“Core Programs, Liberal Education, and Ethical Teaching,” Perspectives  XXVII.1 (Spring 1997): 25-53.   Article Excerpt

“Liberal Education and Critical Thinking,” Perspectives XVIII.2 (Summer, 1988): 9-25.   Article Excerpt

     NB: Reprinted in the 40th anniversary publication of Perspectives, the journal of the Association for

     General and Liberal Studies (2001).

“A Response to Mortimer Adler's Paideia Proposal,” Journal of General Education XXXVI.2 (1984): 70-78.

“What Introductory Courses Should Do,” in Rejuvenating Introductory Courses. ed. Karen Spear. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass (December, 1984): 25-38.

“A Radical Critique of the Platonic Foundations of Liberal Education, or ‘The Soul Want What It Wants,’” Liberal Education LXIX.1 (Spring, 1983): 19-32.   Article Excerpt

“Liberal Education, Human Development, and Social Vision,” Journal of General Education XXXIV.2 (Summer, 1982): 143-58.   Article Excerpt

“A Liberal Arts View of Plato's Protagoras: Conversation Is Worth The Doing,” Focus: Teaching English Language Arts IX.3 (Fall, 1982): 48-52.

“The Liberal Arts: An Affirmation, or Unheard Melodies are Sweeter,” Interdisciplinary Perspectives XI.1 (Winter, 1980): 2-10.

 

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