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DEWEY STUDIES
ISSN 2572-4649

Volume 2 · Number 1 · Spring 2018
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ARTICLES
EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION, pp. 1-5 (PDF)
Leonard J. Waks

PUBLIC PHILOSOPHY PANEL INTRODUCTION, pp. 6–9 (PDF)
Eric Thomas Weber

PHILOSOPHER-AS-LIASION? LESSONS FROM SUSTAINABLE KNOWLEDGE AND AMERICAN PHILOSOPHY, pp. 10–41 (PDF)
Danielle Lake & Paul Thompson

TAKING IT TO THE PEOPLE: TRANSLATING EMPIRICAL FINDINGS ABOUT BLACK MEN AND BLACK FAMILIES THROUGH A BLACK PUBLIC PHILOSOPHY, pp. 42–71 (PDF)
Tommy J. Curry & Gwenetta D. Curry

EVALUATING PUBLIC PHILOSOPHY IN HIGHER EDUCATION: LESSONS LEARNED BAKING PHILOSOPHICAL BREAD, pp. 72–94 (PDF)
Anthony Cashio & Eric Thomas Weber

JOHN DEWEY STUDIES IN CENTRAL EUROPE: ELI KRAMER INTERVIEWS EMIL VISNOVSKY, pp. 95–102 (PDF)
Emil Visnovsky & Eli Kramer

RESEARCH NOTE: THE DEWEY CENTER AT FUDAN UNIVERSITY, pp. 103–105 (PDF)
Sun Ning

RESEARCH NOTE: PROJECT INITIATED IN CHINA TO TRANSLATE AND RESEARCH THE PHILOSOPHICAL WRITINGS OF WILLIAM JAMES, pp. 106–115 (PDF)
Wang Chengbing

BOOK REVIEW: CONTEMPORARY PHILOSOPHICAL PROPOSALS
FOR THE UNIVERSITY, pp. 116–122 (PDF)
Seth Vannatta

BOOK REVIEW: TO SHAPE A NEW WORLD, pp. 123–128 (PDF)
Robin Friedman