2nd LESC

The 2nd Liberal Education Student Conference will take place in Freiburg in May 2017

A special LESC issue of the Journal of Educational Philosophy and Theory, featuring seven fascinating contributions to the first European Liberal Education Conference, has just been published OnlineFirst by Taylor and Francis.

To our knowledge, this is the first ever major international peer-reviewed journal in which an issue consisting solely of student contributions was published.

We are proud of you guys!

Below you can find links to the brilliant contributions of our LESC special issue, and also the link to a recent summary piece in the Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory, which is essentially an outcome of several LESC related projects.

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Dirksen, J. T. & Tubbs, N., 2017. Introduction for Special Issue of Submissions from European Liberal Education Student Conference. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 1857 (July), pp. 1-3.
Claus, J., Meckel, T. & Pätz, F., 2017. The new spirit of capitalism in European Liberal Arts programs. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 1857 (June), pp.1–9.

Cooper, N., 2017. Evaluating the liberal arts model in the context of the Dutch University College. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 1857 (July), pp.1–8.

Haberberger, C., 2017. A return to understanding: Making liberal education valuable again. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 1857 (June), pp.1–8.

Lundbye Cone, L., 2017. Towards a university Halbbildung: How the neoliberal mode of higher education governance in Europe is half-educating students for a misleading future. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 1857 (June), pp.1–11.

Tidbury, I., 2017. Is twenty-first-century liberal arts modern? Educational Philosophy and Theory, 1857 (July), pp.1–7.

Smith, A.J., 2017. Economic precarity, modern liberal arts and creating a resilient graduate. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 1857 (June), pp.1–8.

Bergland, B, 2017. The incompatibility of neoliberal university structures and interdisciplinary knowledge: A feminist slow scholarship critique. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 1857 (July), pp.1–6.

Dirksen, J.T., 2017. Liberal Arts Education in Europe, A Student‘s View of, Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory (Singapore: Springer), pp. 1-6.

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