ELP 658 Social, Historical, Philosophical, and Cultural Foundations of Education
Seminar for education doctoral students providing a detailed exploration of texts with a focus on the institutional aspects of education, the intellectual currents that have supported it, and the social constructs that maintain it. Cultural, historical, social, philosophical, and critical and feminist perspectives as well as modernist viewpoints are included. Participants will read in-depth and write analytical response papers as a grounding for discussion in the seminar and will produce an end of term project or research paper.
admission to the Graduate School of Education doctoral program or permission of instructor.