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. Philosophy Without Walls: 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