A site that lists major resources in Dewey scholarship. Of particular value are quotes from Dewey's work, with citations to the standard edition published by Southern Illinois University Press.
Megan M. Boler presents a theory of the emotions in her seminal book, Feeling Power. Boler's work draws upon feminism, philosophy of education, and cultural studies.
Siegel's work encompasses the philosophy of science, epistemology, and the philosophy of education. He is one of the key figures in the philosophy of education for the last 25 years. His work on rationality and especially critical thinking has been a major influence on both theorists and practitioners in education.
The Center for Dewey Studies at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale is devoted to preserving Dewey's legacy and to supporting scholarly projects inspired by Dewey's work, as well as Dewey scholarship itself. The director is Professor Larry Hickman.
The John Dewey Society promotes the study of Dewey's ideas on democracy, education, and philosophy. It holds annual meetings in conjunction with the American Educational Research Association (AERA), and publishes a peer reviewed journal, Education and Culture, as well as a newsletter, Insights.
Views on Philosophy and Metaphysics of Education: Albert Einstein, Jean Jacques Rousseau, Michel de Montaigne, Aristotle, Plato
Personal, teacher philosophies of education - some famous, such as Dewey, some less famous but just as fascinating.
An essay by Marjorie O'Loughlin, considering the significance of Merleau-Ponty's thought for a feminist philosophy of education.
An essay on Rousseau's philosophy of education, with specific reference to his Émile.
Bowers writes on environmental issues, revitalization of the commons,and technology related to globalization.