Introduction: Michael A. Peters and Paul Smeyers.
1. Jim Marshall: Foucault and disciplining the self: Tina Besley.
2. Autonomy, Agency and Education: He tangata, he tangata, he tangata: Nesta Devine and Ruth Irwin.
3. The Paradox of the Excluded Child: Bruce Haynes.
4. Emergencies and Emergent Selves: Felicity Haynes.
5. Education as Liberation: The politics and techniques of lifelong learning: Bert Lambeir.
6. Testing Resistance: Busno-cratic power, standardized tests, and care of the self: Cris Mayo.
7. Foucault, Educational Research and the Issue of Autonomy: Mark Olssen.
8. Marshalling the Self: James D. Marshall as Educational Philosopher: Michael A. Peters.
9. Marshall—Making Wittgenstein Smile: Robert K. Shaw.
10. The Labouring Sleepwalker: Evocation and expression as modes of qualitative educational research: Paul Smeyers.
11. 'What it Makes Sense to Say': Wittgenstein, rule-following and the nature of education: Nicholas C. Burbules and Richard Smith.
12. Lightning and Frenzy: Music education, adolescence, and the anxiety of influence: Paul Standish.
13. Break with Tradition: Marshall's contribution to a Foucauldian philosophy of education: Lynda Stone.
14. Photograph and Curriculum Vitae and Major Works of James D. Marshall.
15. Interview with James Marshall: Paulo Ghiraldelli Jr.
16. James D. Marshall: Philosopher of Education: Michael A. Peters.
17. For Jim: My friend: Kevin Harris.
18. Stone/Marshall Wedding Address: D. C. Phillips.
19. Fragments of Life before Foucault: Colin Lankshear.
20. James D. Marshall Reply.
Notes on Contributors.