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The Book on Maxine Greene

Professor John Baldacchino discusses the -'radical philosophies' of a legendary TC scholar On February 26, Associate Professor of Art Education John Baldacchino held a collegial discussion with TC colleagues Maxine Greene, Megan Laverty, Tom James and David Hansen about his new book Education Beyond Education (Peter Lang, 2009) which explores Greene's work on the self, the imaginary and the imagination, and creating a philosophy of education.

Professor John Baldacchino discusses the ‘radical philosophies’ of a legendary TC scholar

On February 26, Associate Professor of Art Education John Baldacchino held a collegial discussion with TC colleagues Maxine Greene, Megan Laverty, Tom James and David Hansen about his new book Education Beyond Education (Peter Lang, 2009) which explores Greene’s work on the self, the imaginary and the imagination, and creating a philosophy of education. 

Published Monday, Mar. 9, 2009

The Book on Maxine Greene

Professor John Baldacchino discusses the ‘radical philosophies’ of a legendary TC scholar

On February 26, Associate Professor of Art Education John Baldacchino held a collegial discussion with TC colleagues Maxine Greene, Megan Laverty, Tom James and David Hansen about his new book Education Beyond Education (Peter Lang, 2009) which explores Greene’s work on the self, the imaginary and the imagination, and creating a philosophy of education. 

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