Ilea, Ramona and Susan Hawthorne. “Beyond Service Learning: Civic Engagement in Ethics ClassesTeaching Philosophy, Volume 34, No. 4, September 2011, pp. 219-240

Hawthorne, Susan and Monica Janzen, Ramona Ilea, Chad Wiener. “Cultivating Citizenship: Student-Initiated Civic Engagement Projects in Philosophy Classes.” Philosophy Without Walls. Ed. Julinna Oxley. New York, Routledge, forthcoming in 2015.

 

Oxley, Julinna and Ramona Ilea, Eds. Experiential Learning in Philosophy. New York, Routledge, 2015. See the table of contents here and below.

  • Foreword – Peter Singer
  • Experiential Learning in Philosophy: Theory and Practice – Julinna C. Oxley and Ramona Ilea
  • Experiential Learning and the Practice of Pre-College Philosophy – Michael Burroughs
  • A Short History of Experiential Learning and Its Application to Business Ethics – Karen Hornsby and Wade Maki
  • Performing Care Ethics: Empathy, Acting, and Embodied Learning – Maurice Hamington
  • Dewey and Collaborative Experiential Learning Indoors – Minerva Ahumada
  • Philosophy, Critical Pedagogy, and Experiential Learning – Jeremy Wisnewski
  • Implicit Bias, Race, and Gender: Experiential Learning and Dual-Process Cognition – Dan Yim
  • Assessing Student-Initiated Civic Engagement Projects in Philosophy Classes – Susan Hawthorne, Monica Janzen, Ramona Ilea, Chad Wiener
  • Emergent Learning in Independent Studies: The Story of the Accessible Icon Project – Brian Glenney
  • Taking Animals Seriously: Ethics in Action – Kathie Jenni
  • Experiential Learning in a Social Justice Course: Philosophy as Transformative Experience – Megan Halteman Zwart
  • Feminist Philosophy and Civic Engagement: The Educational Fair – Sharon Meagher
  • Engaging with Global Justice through Internships – Ericka Tucker
  • Cultivating Responsible Global Citizenship: Philosophical Exploration & Service-Learning in Guyana – Katherine Kirby
  • Studying War and Contributing to the Community – Joe Cole
  • Minding Philosophy: Service Learning and Intellectual Disability – Donna Turney
  • Collaborative Research Groups in the Experimental Philosophy Seminar – Alexandra Bradner
  • Philosophy as Practice: Zen and Archery – Gregory A. Clark
  • Teaching Philosophy by Designing a Wikipedia Page – Graham Hubbs
  • Museums as the Philosophy Lab: Technology and Cognition Beyond the Brain – Robin Zebrowski

Other Publications by Philosophers:

  • Blizek, William L. “Service Learning: The Odd Case Of Ethics.” Teaching Ethics 13.2 (2013): 73-84.
  • Donovan, Sarah K. “Teaching Philosophy Outside of the Classroom: One Alternative to Service Learning.” Teaching Philosophy 31.2 (2008): 161-177.
  • Esquith, Stephen L. “War, Political Violence, and Service Learning” Teaching Philosophy 23.3 (2000):241-254.
  • Fitzgerald, Patrick. “Service-Learning and the Socially Responsible Ethics Class” Teaching Philosophy. 1997 20.3 (1997): 251-267.
  • Foos, Cathy Ludlum. “Fluid Boundaries: Service-Learning and the Experience of Community.” Beyond the Tower: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Philosophy. Ed. David C. Lisman. Washington, DC: American Association for Higher Education, 2000. 101-112.
  • Fullinwider, Robert K. “Mandated Service and Moral Learning,” Philosophical Dimensions of Public Policy: Policy Studies Review Annual 13 (2002).
  • Giebel, Heidi. “In Defense of Service Learning.” Teaching Philosophy 29.2 (2006): 93-109
  • Haste, Helen and Amy Hogan. “Beyond Conventional Civic Participation, Beyond the Moral-Political Divide: Young People and Contemporary Debates about Citizenship.” Journal of Moral Education 35.4 (2006): 473-493.
  • Keller, Jean “Care Ethics, Service-Learning, and Social Change” Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning 10.1 (2003): 39-50.
  • Kenworthy-U’Ren, Amy L. “A Decade Of Service-Learning: A Review Of The Field Ten Years After JOBE’s Seminal Special Issue.” Journal Of Business Ethics 81.4 (2008): 811-822.
  • Kirby, Katherine E. “Encountering and Understanding Suffering: The Need for Service Learning in Ethical Education.” Teaching Philosophy 32.2 (2009): 153-176.
  • Kunkel, Joseph. “Introductory Philosophy as a ‘Service Course.’” Teaching Philosophy 6.1 (1983): 1-11.
  • Leever, Martin G., John Daniels, Kathleen A. Zimmerman-Oster. “Ethics & Service-Learning: Toward the Development of Compassionate Servant-Leadership” Teaching Ethics 7.1 (2006): 15-32.
  • Lies, James M, Tonia Bock, and Jay Brandenberger. “The Effects Of Off-Campus Service Learning On The Moral Reasoning Of College Students.” Journal Of Moral Education 41.2 (2012): 189-199.
  • Liu, Goodwin. “Knowledge, Foundations, and Discourse: Philosophical Support for Service Learning.” Beyond the Tower: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Philosophy. Ed. David C. Lisman. Washington, DC: American Association for Higher Education, 2000. 11-34.
  • Ogden, Curtis. “Going Beyond Service,” in Service Learning for Youth Empowerment and Social Change, ed. Curtis Ogden (New York, Peter Lang Publishing, 1999), 187-194.
  • Seider, Scott, and Jason Taylor. “Broadening College Student Interest In Philosophical Education Through Community Service Learning.” Teaching Philosophy 34.3 (2011): 197-217.
  • Valentine, Eugene J. “Service-Learning as Vehicle for Teaching Philosophy.” Beyond the Tower: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Philosophy. Ed. David C. Lisman. Washington, DC: American Association for Higher Education, 2000. 139-166.
  • Voke, Heather M. “Public Deliberation, Communication across Difference, and Issues-Based Service Learning” Philosophy of Education (2001): 361-369.
  • Wallace, John. “The Use of a Philosopher: Socrates and Myles Horton.” Beyond the Tower: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Philosophy. Ed. David C. Lisman. Washington, DC: American Association for Higher Education, 2000. 69-90.
  • You, Zhuran, and A G Rud. “A Model Of Dewey’s Moral Imagination For Service Learning: Theoretical Explorations And Implications For Practice In Higher Education.” Education And Culture 26.2 (2010): 36-51.

Useful Journals:

  • Journal of Public Philosophy
  • Teaching Philosophy
  • Journal of Moral Education
  • Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning
  • The Chronicle for Higher Education
  • Journal of Social Philosophy
  • Journal of Moral Philosophy
  • Journal of Applied Philosophy
  • Society in the Contemporary World
  • The Journal of Higher Education