Essays on educational scholarship

by Robbie McClintock

On educatinal scholarship

I have found it surprising how over the years I have reflected on educational scholarship and criticism and its uses in the education of educators. I list the first 10 essays in a rough ordering of their importance for the topic, at least as I see them. As a group, they should be considered in conjunction with essays on study and the liberality of the liberal arts, for my views about the inalienable autonomy of students strongly color what I think about educational scholarship and its uses.

2005
Homeless in the House of Intellect: Formative Justice and Education as an Academic Study — 33000 words
2008A
On (Not) Defining Education — 34400 words
1980a
Rousseau and American Educational Scholarship — 31300 words
1980b
Eros and Education — 35100 words
2007A
Educational Research — 1550 words
2006A
Is the Trouble with Ed Schools? — 10400 words
2009a
Rob Prepares a Tome and a Talk for Toronto — 18550 words
1996a
Memorial for Martin S. Dworkin — 1600 words
1969a
The End of an Order — 2800 words
1976e
Enkyklios Paideia: The Fifteenth Edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica — 11100 words

Here are five further essays on the theme.
1999a
Educating America for the 21st Century — 9350 words
2000b
The Internet and Education — 5900 words
2000c
The University and the School — 1200 words
2003A
Some Thoughts on Graduate Study — 6150 words
2010a
Oral History of Teachers College Interview — 13100 words