Education (Mutual)


WARD, Colin. Slippery Schooling Issues

"Our own pursuit of a particular vision of education becomes subordinate to our need to oppose current trends. " Summerhill School at (...)

SHOTTON, J. No Master High or Low: Libertarian Education and Schooling in Britain, 1890-1990

Bristol: Libertarian Education (Phoenix House, 157 Wells Road, Bristol, BS4 2BU, England, or mail 1993. ISBN 0-9513997-3-X

SMITH, M. P. The Libertarians and Education

London: Unwin Education Books, 1983

FIDDLER, G. C. , ‘Anarchism and education: éducation intégrale and the imperative towards ’fraternité’"

History of Education, xviii (1989), 23–46.

TAYER, F., "Politics and culture in anarchist education: the Modern School of New York and Stelton 1911–15"

Curriculum Inquiry, xvi (1986)).

ANTLIFF, Allan. "Afterword: Let the Riots Begin"

in Anarchist Pedagogies: Collective Actions, Theories, and Critical Reflections on Education, Robert H. Haworth, ed. (Oakland: PM Press, 2012), (...)

ANTLIFF, Allan. "Breaking Free: Anarchist Pedagogy"

in Radical Experiments in Utopian Pedagogy: Confronting Neoliberalism in the Age of Globalization. Mark Coté, Richard Day, Greig de Peuter. (...)

ZERZAN, John. "Youth and Regression in an Infantile Society"

"Narcissistic disappointment, often termed "unrealistic," cannot accept the essentially "mediocre" nature of ordinary life (...)

BADCOCK, John Jr. "On the Status of the Child"

Unsigned article published in Liberty, Boston, 1895. See Benjamin R. Tucker "Scrapbook", New York Public Library (...)

SUISSA, Judith. “Dissenting Voices: A Reply to Maskell”.

Journal of Philosophy of Education, Vol. 34, 2, May 2000

SUISSA, Judith. “Anarchism, Utopias and Philosophy of Education”.

Journal of Philosophy of Education, Nov. 2001 Author’s summary This paper presents a discussion of some central ideas in anarchist thought, (...)

SUISSA, Judith. "Vocational Education: a social anarchist perspective"

Policy Futures in Education, Vol. 2, No.1, 2004. ABSTRACT This article discusses the social anarchist tradition of educational thought and (...)