Linked by the common theme of classicism, the chapters are divided into three sections. The first is concerned with architectural ideas and includes essays on Renaissance interpretations of Vitruvius, Roman Catholic Chapels in post-Reformation London, and architectural writers John Summerson and Hope Bagenal. The central section deals with aspects of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Neo-classicism and includes new work on Marie-Joseph Peyre, Charles Barry and C. The final section is devoted to studies of classicism and the Picturesque in the twentieth century.
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This page lists the new books from See the current new books page for new books published recently. Peters Neoliberalism and After? Education, Social Policy, and the Crisis of Western Capitalism The era that began with the election of the Thatcher and Reagan governments has been dominated by contemporary forms of neoliberalism based market fundamentalism, globalization as Studies in international relations essays by philip windsor economic integration and the ideology of free trade, and an attack on big government and social welfare.
Professor Michael Peter's book is an historical and theoretical investigation of contemporary neoliberalism in relation to education policy and its roll-back of the Keynesian welfare state.
Education is the basis of the open society and rights to education should be fundamental in an emerging knowledge economy. The privatization of education and the monopolization of knowledge are the twin threats to openness and equality. It also draws on an ongoing and personal engagement with neoliberalism and questions whether and to what extent its influence will continue with the global destabilization of markets, the financial crisis and the world recession that is located in the heart of the advanced liberal economies of the USA and the EU.
Published by Peter Lang, New York. The Virtues of Openness: Peters and Peter Roberts The Virtues of Openness investigates the social processes and policies that foster openness as an overriding educational value evidenced in the growth of open source, open access, and open education and their convergences that characterize global knowledge communities.
The book, written by Professor Michael A. Peters and Peter Roberts, argues that openness seems also to suggest political transparency and the norms of open inquiry, indeed, even democracy itself as both the basis of the logic of inquiry and the dissemination of its results. These changes are discussed in relation to the development of new open spaces of scholarship with their impact upon open journal systems, open peer review, open science, and the open global digital economy.
It is written in an apocalyptic tone that treats themes of religion and spiritualism, drawing on poststructuralist sources of inspiration, to contrast the present 'postmodern condition' and the philosophical significance and historical influence of Nietzsche's statement 'God is dead.
Peters from the Faculty of Educationthis book considers the meaning of the 'end' of Christendom and the prospect of global spirituality. It also considers the 'end' of literature and the beginning of user-generated cultures and the implications of this shift for education and the philosophical model of dialogue that has dominated the humanities in the West.
It charts the 'end' of philosophy and the rise of 'body' criticism, the promise of the Enlightenment, the relation between education, power and freedom, geophilosophy and the pedagogy of the concept, and the narrative turn as a basis for a new critical language for educational studies.
Finally, the book considers post-postmodernism and the 'end' of the linguistic turn in educational theory. York and Michael A. Peters Leo Strauss, Education, and Political Thought This collection by some of the leading scholars of Strauss' work is the first devoted to Strauss' thought regarding education.
It seeks to address his conception of education as it applies to a range of his most important concepts, such as his views on the importance of revelation, his critique of modern democracy and the importance of modern classical education. G York and Professor Michael A. Peters from the Faculty of Educationthis book attempts to maintain traditional scholarly standards in the hope of approaching both Strauss and his work in a dispassionate and objective manner.
It contains both biographical as well as scholarly chapters aimed first and foremost at understanding the corpus of Strauss' work and also his significance as an educational thinker.
Published by Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. Remembering Psychiatry through Collection and Display. Cathy says this is a new way of studying the history of mental health. Empire and Environmental Anxiety: Health, Science, Art and Conservation in South Asia and Australasia,published by Palgrave MacmillanSenior Lecturer Dr James Beattie provides a radical and fascinating new analysis of imperialism and environmental change.
Empire and Environmental Anxiety promises to reinterpret histories of the British Empire by unearthing early concerns about human-induced climate change, soil erosion, and a looming timber famine.Don't show me this again.
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