NAAPE 2019 Final Conference Program

For access to the conference submissions, click the link on the right. Full access to papers and the list of participants is available only to members and registered conference attendees.

Friday, October 25th

10:45 AM - 2:10 PM
10:45 AM - 12:15 PM


12:15 PM - 12:45 PM

12:45 PM - 2:10 PM

K-12 Teaching Workshop | Room 104
K-12 Workshop I: Engaging Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students in the Learning Process
Discussants: Gonzalo Obelleiro & Michio Okamura

Lunch

K-12 Workshop II: Dialogue, Disagreement and Controversy in Multicultural K-12 Classrooms
Discussants: Sheron Fraser-Burgess & Paula McAvoy

11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM



12:15 PM - 12:45 PM

12:45 PM - 2:00 PM

Pre-Conference Workshop for Graduate Students and Early Career Scholars | Room 105
Pre-conference Panel I: Navigating the Academic and Non-Academic Job Markets
Panelists: Derek Attig, Sheron Fraser-Burgess, Mark Schroeder-Strong, Harvey Siegel
Moderator: Kevin Gary

Lunch & Meet-and-Greet

Pre-conference Panel II: Publishing in Philosophy, Education, and Beyond
Nicholas Burbules | Educational Theory
Jennifer Lackey | Episteme, Philosophical Studies
Johannes Drerup | on_education
Robert Kehoe | The Point
Andy Kaplan | Schools
Sigal Ben-Porath | Theory and Research in Education
Philip Cook | Res Publica
Moderator: Kevin Gary

2:15 PM - 3:45 PM
Room 202

Plenary Keynote Lecture
Katja Vogt | Relativism and Education
Response: Agnes Callard

Moderator: Mark Jonas

4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

Champagne Reception | Room 101

5:00 PM - 6:45 PM
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Concurrent Session I
Symposium | Transformative Education: Philosophical, Psychological and Pedagogical Dimensions
An Upcoming Special Issue of
Educational Theory
Randall Curren, Laurie Paul, Kevin Pugh, James Gordon, Ryan Kemp, Severin Sales Rödel, Martin Karcher
Moderator: Douglas Yacek

Symposium | Philosophy in Prisons
Jennifer Lackey, Alison Peterman, John Fantuzzo
Moderator: Gonzalo Obelleiro

Author-Meets-Critics Double Book Symposium in the History & Philosophy of Education Series at University of Chicago Press
Hosted by
Theory and Research in Education
Featuring: James G. Dwyer & Shawn F. Peters, Homeschooling: The History and Philosophy of a Controversial Practice
Sigal Ben-Porath & Michael C. Johanek, Making Up Our Mind: What School Choice is Really About

Sigal R. Ben-Porath, Michael C. Johanek, Shawn F. Peters, Charles L. Howell, Jaime Ahlberg
Moderator: J. C. Blokhuis

Author-Meets-Critics Harvey Siegel, Education’s Epistemology: Rationality, Diversity, and Critical Thinking (Oxford University Press)
David Bakhurst, Sheron Fraser-Burgess, Chris Minor, Harvey Siegel
Moderator: Kevin Gary

Panel | Authority in Education: Legitimations and Critique of an Indispensable Connection
Severin Sales Rödel, Nele Kuhlmann, Martin Karcher
Moderator: Shannon Robinson

Paper Session A
Olafur Pall Jonsson | On Being in Nature: Aldo Leopold as an Educator for the 21st Century
Matthew Farrelly | A “Seamless Beauty:” Modernity’s Fragmentation and John Muir’s Unitive Harmony between Science and Spirit in the Progressive Era
Moderator: Warren von Eschenbach

Paper Session B
Alexander Loney | Blind Hopes and the Temporality of Learning in the Prometheus Bound
Christopher Davidson | Frank Speech and a Pedagogy for Philosophy as a Way of Life
Peter Osorio | Sceptical Education in the Hellenistic Academy
Moderator: Tone Kvernbekk

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Conference Dinner | Refectory

8:45 PM

Beer and Wine Social | South Residence Living Room

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Saturday, October 26th

8:00 AM - 8:45 AM

Breakfast | Refectory

9:00 AM - 10:45 AM
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Concurrent Session II
Symposium | Liberal Arts Education Here and Now: Normative Issues in Policy and Practice
Jaime Ahlberg, Kyla Ebels-Duggan, Rosa Terlazzo, Quentin Wheeler-Bell, Eugenio Zaldivar
Moderator: Jordan Rodgers

Symposium | Staying True to Mission: Administrative Challenges and Opportunities for the Future of Higher Education
Warren von Eschenbach, Dan McGinty, John Morse, Elizabeth Bracher
Moderator: Olafur Pall Jonsson

Author-Meets-Critics | Jennifer Morton, Moving Up Without Losing Your Way: The Ethical Costs of Upward Mobility (Princeton University Press)
Danielle Wylie, Harry Brighouse, Sigal Ben-Porath, Jennifer Morton
Moderator: John Fantuzzo

Panel Using Case Based Ethics in Philosophy of Education I: Introduction to Cases
Organized by the Center for Ethics and Education
Meira Levinson, Jacob Fay

Panel | Democratic Education and the Controversy over Controversial Issues
Johannes Drerup, Douglas Yacek, Michael Hand, Paula McAvoy
Moderator: Krassimir Stojanov

Paper Session A
Laura D'Olimpio | Education and The Arts: Inspiring Wonder
Kevin Gary & Drew Chambers | Epiphany and Education
Elizabeth O'Brien & Áine Mahon | Reading For Redemption
Moderator: Nicolas Nicola

Paper Session B
Julia Novakowski | Connecting William James’s Pluralism and Pragmatism to Teacher-Student Relationships
Kelvin Beckett | Footnotes to Dewey: Learners Teaching Teachers
Moderator: Mark Ingham

Paper Session C
Julian Rome | Friendship as Belonging and the Educational Aporia in Plato's Lysis
Michael Morgan | Socrates on How to Be Ignorant
Robert Jack | Human Development and the Education System in Plato‘s Republic
Moderator: Mason Marshall

Roundtable Session I (Works-in-Progress)
Elly Tai | Equality and Diversity in Education: an Inquiry into their Relative Importance and Compatibility
Sijin Yan | A Levinasian Response to School Violence and Masculinity
Discussant: Yoshiaki Nakazawa

John Sailer | On the Utilitarian Logic of Some School Reformers, with Reference to Alasdair MacIntyre
Buddy North | The General Theory of Education as a Way of Life: On Dewey's Definition of Philosophy
Discussant: Christopher Martin

10:50 AM - 12:15 PM
Room 202

Plenary Keynote Lecture
Sigal Ben-Porath | Open Expression and Offensive Speech in Inclusive College Classrooms
Response: Jennifer Morton

Moderator: Kevin Gary

12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

Lunch | Refrectory

1:45 PM - 3:30 PM
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Concurrent Session III
Symposium | Status and Situation of Philosophy of Education in Continental Europe
Tone Kvernbekk, Krassimir Stojanov, Johannes Drerup, Stefano Oliverio
Moderator: Julian Rome

Author-Meets-Critics Mark Jonas & Douglas Yacek, Nietzsche’s Philosophy of Education: Rethinking Ethics, Equality and the Good Life in a Democratic Age (Routledge)
Megan Laverty, Jordan Rodgers, Jacob Affolter, Michael Morgan, Mark Jonas, Douglas Yacek
Moderator: Kevin Vollrath

Panel | Using Case Based Ethics in Philosophy of Education II: Using Cases for Theoretical Work
Organized by the Center for Ethics and Education
Kyla Ebels-Duggan, Jaime Ahlberg, Harry Brighouse

Panel | Plato and Learning
Avi Mintz, Yoshiaki Nakazawa, Mark Ingham
Moderator: Robert Jack

Paper Session A
Nicolas Nicola | Undermining the Teacher's Epistemic Authority
Jeff Standley | The Ethics of Educator Involvement in the Santa Claus Deception
Mark Herman | Towards an Applied Science of Moral Debiasing
Moderator: Julia Novakowski

Paper Session B
Spencer Smith | Necessary but Not Sufficient: Analyzing No-Excuses Schools Relationally
Nicolas Tanchuk | Is Inquiry Learning Unjust? Cognitive Load Theory & the Democratic Purposes of Education
Emma Prendergast | Higher Education, Social Justice, and the Value of Mentoring
Moderator: Sheron Fraser-Burgess

Paper Session C
Seamus Mulryan | A Deeply Liberating Conversation: The Courage of Dialogue and the Cardinal Promise of Moral Education
Tomas Rocha | Towards a Cross-cultural Sketch of Contemplation in Education
Charlie Ohayon & Tara Flanagan | A Stoic View of Stress and Coping among College and University Students
Moderator: Matthew Farrelly

Paper Session D
Drew Chambers | Secured Schools: An Ethical Analysis of School Security Technologies
Zachary Barber | Educating Pharmacologically: An Exploration of Two Objections to Neuroenhancing Drugs
Peter LaMear | Sore Must Be the Storm: Searching for Hope while Learning to Teach
Moderator: Madeline Hazel

Roundtable Session II
Liam Carbutt | The Construction of Valuable People
Discussant: Michael Hand

Kristian Guttesen | Poetic Inquiry and Aristotelian Character Education: Catching Emotions and Enabling Discernment Beyond the Visible Spectrum
Keren Applebaum | Morality in Education as a Pathway to Truth and Inclusiveness
Discussant: Ryan Kemp

Edward Frame | Between Words and the World: J. L. Austin’s Ordinary Language Philosophy Reconsidered (1911-1960)
Rosette Cirillo | Critical Rage in the Urban Teacher
Discussant: John Fantuzzo

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Free Time
Tea, coffee and cookies served in South Residence Living Room

5:00 PM - 6:45 PM
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Concurrent Session IV
Symposium | History, Landscape, and Horizons of K-12 Classical Education in the United States
Adam Bloom, Matthew Farrelly, Edward Frame, Rachel LoCascio
Moderator: Matthew Farrelly

Author-Meets-Critics | Agnes Callard, Aspiration: The Agency of Becoming (Oxford University Press)
Agnes Callard, Meghan Sullivan, Mark Alznauer, Sarah Paul
Moderator: James Gordon

Panel | Using Case Based Ethics in Philosophy of Education III: Writing a Good Case
Organized by the Center for Ethics and Education
Meira Levinson, Jacob Fay, Terri Wilson

Panel | The Epistemology of Educational Justice: Critical Replies to Harvey Siegel’s “Justice and Justification”
Christopher Martin, Julian Culp, Krassimir Stojanov, Quentin Wheeler-Bell, Harvey Siegel
Moderator: Gonzalo Obelleiro

Paper Session A
Asia Ferrin | Social Emotional Intuitionism in Moral Education
Jon Fennell | Polanyian Educational Dimensions of Mill's Mental Crisis
Yibing Quek | Is Education a Human Right? An Exploration of the Philosophical Foundations of the Right to Education
Moderator: Megan Laverty

Paper Session B
Lindsey Schwartz | International Educational Justice: Educational Resources for Students Living Abroad
Shannon Robinson | Neither Clear nor Convincing: How the Trump Administration Violates Due Process and Harms Women through Revised Recommendations for Implementing Title IX
Kirsten Welch | Educating for Intellectual Humility: Overcoming the Obstacle of Misplaced Tolerance
Moderator: Johannes Drerup

Paper Session C
Dustin Webster | Beyond Academics: How Teachers Flourish Through Ethical Education
Matthew Berk | An Approach to Teaching Virtue
Warren von Eschenbach | Public Virtues and Cosmopolitan Education
Moderator: Yoshiaki Nakazawa

Paper Session D
Jennifer Rothschild | Aristotelian Rehabituation
Mark Jonas | Recollection, the Virtue of Wisdom and the Soul’s “Encrustation”
Mason Marshall | Interpreting Plato for Philosophy of Education: A Response to Jonas and Mintz
Moderator: Alexander Loney

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Conference Dinner | Refectory

8:45 PM
South Residence Living Room

Beer and Wine Social
Sponsored by the Society for Values in Higher Education

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Sunday, October 27th

8:00 AM - 8:45 AM

Breakfast | Room 101

9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Room 202

Plenary Keynote Lecture
Michael Hand | On the Necessity of School Punishment
Response: Christopher Martin

Moderator: Sheron Fraser-Burgess

10:45 AM - 12:30 PM
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Concurrent Session V
Symposium | Philosophy as a Way of Life
Meghan Sullivan, Matt Croasmun, Jacob Stump, Mark Ralkowski
Moderator: Mark Jonas

Author-Meets-Critics | Harry Brighouse, Helen F. Ladd, Susanna Loeb & Adam Swift, Educational Goods: Values, Evidence, and Decision-Making (University of Chicago Press)
Meira Levinson, Randall Curren, Michael Hand, Harry Brighouse
Moderator: Shannon Robinson

Panel | Teaching Philosophy at the High School Level
Madeline Hazel, Matthew Dominguez, Chad Elwell, Jacob Vahle
Moderator: Mark Schroeder-Strong

Paper Session A
Philip Cook | On the Threshold of Faith: Reconciling Common Schooling and Faith-based Exemptions through Adequacy
Dennis Arjo | In Defense of Religious Education
Eldar Sarajlic | Homeschooling and Authenticity
Moderator: Avi Mintz

Paper Session B
Hendra Agustian & Michael Seery | Systematic Review of Research in the Nature of Science, 1963-2019: Toward Pedagogical and Philosophical Validation of Undergraduate Laboratory Curricula
Ilya Shodjaee-Zrudlo | Taking Modernity Seriously in the Philosophy of Education
Kevin Vollrath | Making Nonverbal Communication Explicit
Moderator: Yoshiaki Nakazawa

12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

Lunch | Room 101

1:45 PM - 2:30 PM
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Closing Convocation
Cookies, coffee and tea will be served