Specialties include ethics, epistemology, aesthetics, social and political philosophy, foundations of educational inquiry, feminist philosophy, continental philosophy, or historically important educational thinkers.
Offers courses in education and human development, with program details, faculty profiles, and research interests. University of Rochester, New York.
Specialties include classical philosophies of education; critical pedagogy; cultural studies; feminist perspectives on education; critical race theory and education; philosophies of science and technology; new technologies, cyberculture, and education; and contemporary topics in education.
This program emphasizes critical attention to the epistemological, ethical, and political dimensions of education. Specialties include feminist studies; human rights; politics and education; literature, music, the arts, and education; morals/values; social issues and education; and poststructuralist and postmodern philosophies of education.
The graduate program in Cultural Studies derives its intellectual identity and post-disciplinary orientation from anthropology, history, philosophy, psychology, and sociology, as well as from multiculturalism, ethnography, feminist theory, and other specialized forms of inquiry.
Specialties include ethics and education; philosophy and educational research; feminist perspectives on education; John Dewey and Progressivism; social and political theories and education; technology and education; the media and popular culture; religious educational policy; and philosophy of language and education.
Specialties include the contributions of Levinas, Habermas, Arendt, and Wittgenstein to educational thought; the deconstruction of the classical idea of education and of "subject-philosophies"; analytical philosophy of education, mainly from a Wittgensteinian point of view; the philosophical study of identity, community, society, as well as the concepts of "Bildung" (formation) and "visual-culture" in relation to education
The department seeks to develop a sophisticated understanding of the relationship between education and culture, as well as tools of inquiry and democratic interaction. The faculty considers mastery of critical, creative and independent thinking and a deep understanding of the role of educational institutions in society crucial to the success of a democratic society.
This program has a strong international reputation for its postgraduate research, and offers Master of Education, PhD, and Doctor of Education degrees in Philosophy of Education.
Specialties include Ethics and Education; Feminist Studies; Environmental Education; Critical Thinking, Epistemology, Philosophy of Science and Education; Theories of Education, inc. John Dewey; Curriculum Theory; and Philosophy and Educational Research.