Shifting Focus: Strangers and Strangeness in Literature and Education (Educational Philosophy and Theory) Hardcover – 26 Feb 2015
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'[E]ach chapter of this book deepens and refines our understanding of some well-known masterpieces, opening new lines of inquiry into canonical texts. Beyond exploring strangeness and strangers, therefore, these analyses of educative strangeness in works of literature will appeal to educational philosophers as well as literary scholars.'
Thomas Cole, PhD candidate in English at the University of Florida, Review 19, 29 July 2017
About the Author
Peter Roberts is Professor of Education at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. His primary areas of scholarship are philosophy of education and educational policy studies. His most recent books include Better Worlds: Education, Art, and Utopia (2013) and From West to East and Back Again: An Educational Reading of Hermann Hesse’s Later Work (2012). He is also President of the Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia.
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