Professor of Teaching, Literacy and Leadership
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DegreesPHD, 1997, The New Schl for Social Rsrch; MA, 1991, The New Schl for Social Rsrch; BA, 1988, Fordham Univ
Earned his Ph.D. and M.A. in philosophy at the Graduate Faculty, New School for Social Research, and his B.A. in philosophy from Fordham University. His research interests are defined by a confluence of several theoretical strands: critical theory, multiculturalism, and postmodernism. He has written, presented and published articles on the relationships between multiculturalism, liberalism and postcolonial theory, the philosophic genealogy of Paulo Freire, and, most recently, the pedagogical implications of improvisational music.
Duarte, E.M. (2002). Dialogue, difference and the multicultural public sphere. In A. Bailey and P.J. Smithka, (Eds.). Community, Difference and Diversity: Implications for Peace. Amsterdam: Rodopi
Duarte, E.M. (2001). The eclipse of thinking: An Arendtian critique of cooperative learning. In M. Gordon (Ed.), Renewing our Common World: Essays in Hannah Arendt in Education. Boulder: Westview Press
Duarte, E.M. (2000). Thinking together as one: Freire's rewriting of Husser. In L. Stone (Ed.), Philosophy of Education 2000. Champaign: University of Illinois Press.
Duarte, E.M. (1999). Conscientizacion y Comunidad: A dialectical description of education as the struggle for freedom. Studies in Philosophy and Education, 18(6), 389-403.
Duarte, E.M. (1998). Minima Moralia Redux: Reflections from a life of conflict. Educational Theory, Fall 1998, 531-539.
Recent Courses Taught
|FDED 127||INTRO-PHIL OF EDUC||Undergraduate|
|FDED 242||FDNL PRSPC MTLCLT ED||Graduate|
|FDED 252||ETHICS FOR EDUCATORS||Graduate|
|MUS 100||HONORS ESSAY||Undergraduate|