Educational Philosophy and Theory: Editor’s Choice Book Series
The EPAT Editor’s Choice book series comprises innovative and influential articles drawn from the Educational Philosophy and Theory journal archives, spanning 46 volumes, from 1969. Each volume represents a selection of important articles that respond to and focus on a particular theme, celebrating and emphasizing the heritage and history of the work, as well as the cutting edge contemporary contributions available. The series provides a rich vertical collection across five decades of seminal scholarship, contextualizing and elevating specific themes, scholars and their work. The EPAT Editor, Michael A. Peters, introduces each volume, the theme, and the work selected within that volume.
Contesting Governing Ideologies, Michael A. Peters, Marek Tesar (Eds) 2018
Troubling the Changing Paradigms, Michael A. Peters, Marek Tesar (Eds) 2017
In Search of Subjectivities, Michael A. Peters, Marek Tesar (Eds) 2015
Educational Philosophy and Theory: Special Issues Book Series
Books in this series have first appeared as a special issue of Educational Philosophy and Theory, focussing on a key theme or thinker and includes essays from a range of contributors, devoted to cutting-edge scholarship. The series, edited by Peter Roberts, University of Canterbury, New Zealand demonstrates the value of diverse theoretical perspectives in educational philosophy discourse, policy and practice.
Trust and Schooling, Bruce Haynes, (ed.) 2020
Measuring Up in Education, Steven A. Stolz, R. Scott Webster, (Eds) 2019
Levinas and the Philosophy of Education, Guoping Zhao, (Ed.) 2018
The Dilemma of Western Philosophy, Michael A. Peters, Carl Mika, (Eds) 2017
Activating Aesthetics, Elizabeth M. Grierson, (Ed.) 2017
Philosophy in Schools, Felicity Haynes, (Ed.) 2016
Expertise, Pedagogy and Practice, David Simpson, David Beckett, (Eds) 2016