My publishing practices are rooted in the belief that communities are enriched when the ideas that shape them are refined and shared. This commitment animates my editorial work for two journals:

  • The Public Philosophy Journal is an open forum for the curation and creation of accessible scholarship that deepens our understanding of, deliberation about, and action concerning issues of public relevance.

  • The Journal of General Education endeavors to open a space for scholarship deeply committed to educating a generation of citizens who are capable of putting freedom into practice in ways that enrich the world we share.

Journal of General Education

The Liberal Arts Endeavor: A New General Education

In the introduction to volume 65, issues 3-4 of the Journal for General Education, I draw on insights from Cathy Davidson's book, The New Education, to argue for a New General Education, one that is…
Journal of General Education

The Liberal Arts Endeavor: The Arts of Liberty in a Time of Uncertainty

“The Liberal Arts Endeavor: The Arts of Liberty in a Time of Uncertainty.” Journal of General Education, 65, 2 (2017), v-vi. Even if, as Hannah Arendt suggests, “we are always educating for a world that…
Journal of General Education

The Liberal Arts Endeavor: On Editing the Journal of General Education

“The Liberal Arts Endeavor: On Editing the Journal of General Education.” Journal of General Education, 65, 1 (2016), v-vii. In accepting the editorship of the Journal of General Education: A Curricular Commons of the Humanities…
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