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DEWEY STUDIES
ISSN 2572-4649

Volume 3 · Number 1 · Winter 2019
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EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION, pp. 1–4 (PDF)
Leonard J. Waks

JOHN DEWEY’S PRAGMATIC PHILOSOPHY AS A CRITIQUE OF ECONOMIC DISCOURSE, pp. 5–53 (PDF)
Maciej Kassner

FIELD PHILOSOPHY: DEWEYAN INQUIRY ON CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION PERSPECTIVES, pp. 54–77 (PDF)
Anthony Voisard

RESEARCH NOTE—LEST WE FORGET: JOHN DEWEY AND REMEMBRANCE EDUCATION, pp. 78–92 (PDF)
Shane J. Ralston

JESSICA HEYBACH INTERVIEWS CLARA FISCHER, pp. 93–99 (PDF)
Clara Fischer & Jessica Heybach

BOOK REVIEW: EXPERIENCING WILLIAM JAMES, pp. 100–115 (PDF)
J. Edward Hackett

BOOK REVIEW: HOWARD THURMAN’S PHILOSOPHIAL MYSTICISM, pp. 116–122 (PDF)
Robin Friedman

BOOK REVIEW: PRAGMATISM IN TRANSITION, pp. 123–140 (PDF)
Michael G. Festl


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DEWEY STUDIES
ISSN 2572-4649

Volume 2 · Number 3 · Winter 2018
Entire Volume (PDF)

ARTICLES

EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION, pp. 1–5 (PDF)
Leonard J. Waks

PRAGMATISM ABOUT NATIONALISM, pp. 6–33 (PDF)
John Stuhr

VISCERAL POLITICS AND HEURISTIC DEMOCRACY, pp. 34–60 (PDF)
Vincent Colapietro

THE HOPEFUL HASHTAG: DIGITAL FEMINIST PUBLICS IN THE TRUMP ERA, pp. 61–102 (PDF)
Jennifer Hansen

WILL WHATEVER IT TAKES BE ENOUGH? DEWEY, THE CRISIS OF THE EU, AND THE NEED FOR AN (INTER)NATIONALIZING OF EDUCATION, pp. 103–124 (PDF)
Stefano Oliverio

ENCOUNTERING JOHN DEWEY’S ‘PRAGMATISM’ IN AN INDIAN CONTEXT: AMBEDKAR’S CRITIQUE OF WAR, VIOLENCE, AND NATIONALISM, pp. 125–142 (PDF)
Kalyan Kumar Das

EDUCATION AS AN INSTRUMENT FOR PEACE AND DEMOCRACY: DEWEY’S PERSPECTIVE ON THE RISE OF NATIONALISM, pp. 143–174 (PDF)
Chuck Howlett & Audrey Cohan

WAR WITHOUT VIOLENCE? DEWEY’S INSIGHTS ON MODERN WARFARE, pp. 175–195 (PDF)
Don Murray

JOHN DEWEY AND GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION: BEYOND AMERICAN AND POSTCOLONIAL NATIONALISM IN AN AGE OF CULTURAL HYBRIDITY, pp. 196–201 (PDF)
Hyunju Lee

CODED TO CONFRONT: JOHN DEWEY AND THE INTERSECTION OF RACE AND CLASS IN JIM CROW ERA AMERICA, pp. 202–209 (PDF)
B. Jacob Del Dotto