Derrida, Deconstruction and Education: Ethics of Pedagogy and Research
June 2004, Wiley-Blackwell
- A collection of original essays exploring the significance of Derrida's thought for education, pedagogy, and the ethics of teaching and research
- Recognises that Derrida is a profound educational thinker, concerned with questions of pedagogy
- Written by a team of international scholars
1. Introduction: Derrida and the Philosophy of Education: Peter Trifonas (Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto).
2. Applied Derrida: (Mis)Reading the Work of Mourning in Educational Research: Patti Lather (Ohio State University).
3. The Teaching of Philosophy: Renewed Rights and Responsibilities: Denise Egea-Kuehne (Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge).
4. The Ethics of Science and/as Research: Deconstruction and the Orientations of a New Academic Responsibility: Peter Trifonas (Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto).
5. Archiving Derrida: Marla Morris (Georgia Southern University).
Derrida, Pedagogy and the Calculation of the Subject: Michael A. Peters (University of Glasgow).
6. Signal Event Context: Trace Technologies of the Habit@online: Robert Luke (University of Toronto).
7. Dewey, Derrida and ‘The Double Bind’: Jim Garrison (Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia).
Michael A. Peters is Professor of Education at the University of Glasgow and the University of Auckland. He has published over 100 articles and is the author or editor some 25 books, including Poststructuralism, Marxism and Neoliberalism (2001), Nietzsche’s Legacy for Education (2001), Wittgenstein: Philosophy, Postmodernism, Pedagogy (1999), Poststructuralism, Politics and Education (1996) and Education and the Postmodern Condition (1995).
- A collection of original essays exploring the significance of Derrida’s thought for education, pedagogy, and the ethics of teaching and research.
- Recognises that Derrida is a profound educational thinker, concerned with questions of pedagogy.
- Written by a team of international scholars.