Dr. Natasha Levinson presented at the Philosophy of Education Society
In March 2019, Dr. Natasha Levinson took part in a symposium on “The Boundaries of Education and What is Educational about Education” at the annual conference of the Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain, in Oxford, England. Also in March, Dr. Levinson gave several presentations at the annual meeting of the Philosophy of Education Society in Richmond, Virginia. One was a paper given in response to a General Session, entitled “Educational “Asks” and Institutional “Tells”: trigger warnings, institutional responsiveness and educational responsibility” which will be published in the Philosophy of Education Society Yearbook 2019 edited by Kurt Stemhagen (Urbana-Champaign: Philosophy of Education Society, 2020), forthcoming. The other presentation was part of an author-meets-critic panel on a new book by Joris Vliege and Piotr Zamojski, Toward an Ontology of Teaching: Thing-centered Pedagogy, Affirmation, and Love for the World. Students in her Spring 2020 Contemporary Philosophies of Education class can look forward to reading this book.