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: 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…
Digital Scholarship

Collaborative Philosophy

The fog had receded when Danielle, Anne Marie, and Lisa moved out onto the back porch of the Inn at the Presidio to continue writing. I could hear their heated conversation unfolding below my second…
Digital Dialogue Podcast
Digital Dialogue 73: Public Philosophy Journal Writing Workshop 2015
The Long Road
The @PubPhilJ Paradigm
Digital Scholarship
Thick Collegiality
Presentations
The Public Philosophy Journal at #DH2014
Presentation: Academic
Public Digital Scholarship: The @PubPhilJ at the #APAEastern
The Long Road
The Peer Review Coordinator and the Collegiality Index

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