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Chapter 7 100 Years of Dewey in China, 1919–1921


This paper uses the centenary of Dewey’ two years in China as an opportunity to reassess John Dewey’s views on China, based mainly on his Letters and his Lectures in Social and Political Philosophy, 1919–21 given on invitation at the University of Peking. In particular, the paper makes some criticisms of Dewey’s pragmatism (his lack of contextualism in not mentioning the significance of the May 4th Movement) and raises the question of the relationship of his thought with Chinese Marxism. The essay is given a critical reading by three scholars Jessica Ching-Sze Wang, Kang Zhao, and Zhang Huajun, all Dewey scholars.

In: John Dewey and Chinese Education
Chapter 2 “The Abolition of Slavery and… the Nonevent of Emancipation”
In: “My Emancipation Don’t Fit Your Equation”: Critical Enactments of Black Education in the US
In: Global Knowledge Cultures
In: Global Knowledge Cultures
Chapter 6 Abortion through the Lens of Fetal Personhood


Abortion in the media continues to escape the grasp of sound feminist analysis for a variety of reasons. This chapter asserts that the construct of fetal personhood has been used to objectify women as vessels for carrying children, erode solidarity among working class women, dismantle the social safety net, and increase surveillance of women’s bodies. A historical overview of the development of abortion law and policy is presented, along with important facts about the need for this essential reproductive health service.

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In: Enough Already! A Socialist Feminist Response to the Re-emergence of Right Wing Populism and Fascism in Media
In: From West to East and Back Again
In: The Inventive Schoolmaster
In: Democratic Practices as Learning Opportunities
In: Democratic Practices as Learning Opportunities
In: The Quality of Practitioner Research