Eduardo Duarte, Ph. D., Professor,

     Hofstra University

www.eduardoduarte.net

 

 

Educational History

 

         Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Science, New School for Social Research, New York, New York

 

Degree:       Ph.D., 1997

Field :         Philosophy          

Doctoral Dissertation:  Beyond Fragmentation, Toward Polyphony: An Application of Discourse Ethics and Critical Pedagogy to the Problem of Multiculturalism

(Richard J.  Bernstein, advisor)

 

Degree:       M.A., 1991

Field:          Philosophy

Master’s Thesis: Spirit, History, and Human Agency: a Hermeneutical Reading of Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit (Agnes Heller, advisor)

 

 

         Fordham College at Rose Hill, Fordham University,  The Bronx, New York

 

Degree:       B.A., May, 1988                         

Field :         Philosophy

Honors:      Dean's Club, Class of 1988

 

 

         New York University at the Instituto Internacional,  Madrid, Spain

 

Fields:        Music, Film, Art History

Visiting Student, August - December, 1986

 

 

Faculty Appointments

 

Professor, Philosophy, School of Education, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY, 2012 -

 

Associate Professor, Philosophy, School of Education, Health, and Human Services, Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York, 2001-2012

 

Assistant Professor, Philosophy, School of Education, Health, and Human Services,  Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York, 1996-2001.

 

Courses Taught : Dialogue, Ethics, Education (FDED 286C), Education and the Public Sphere (FDED287C, graduate),  Education and Revolutionary Ideology (FDED 241, graduate),  Ethics for Educators (FDED 252, graduate), Foundational Perspectives in Multiculturalism (FDED 242, graduate), Multicultural Education in the Metropolitan Area (FDED 248, graduate), Philosophic Inquiry: Reflection and Critique (FDED 287R, doctoral seminar), Philosophy of Education (FDED 127 undergraduate, FDED 200 graduate, FDED 200DL distance learning), Power/Knowledge in Education (FDED 288D doctoral seminar),  Theories of Knowledge in Education (FDED 251, graduate), Cultural and Expression (First Year Honors College course), Existentialism:  Philosophy, Freedom, and the Revolt Against Tradition (Honors College Seminar),  Readings in Foundations of Education, Doctoral Dissertation Proposal advisement, Masters Essay advisement, Baccalaureate Honors Thesis advisement.

 

Adjunct Associate Professor, Philosophy and Education, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, New York, 2004-

 

Courses Taught: Spring 2004 (Seminar on Arendt and Heidegger, A&HF 5590 Voices in Philosophy and Education)

Fall 2007 (Seminar on Arendt, A&HF 5190, Critical Perspectives in Philosophy and Education)

 

Honors House Mentor, Hofstra University Honors College, 2001-2005     

 

 

Publications

 

         Monographs

 

Duarte, Eduardo Being and Learning:  A Poetic Phenomenology of Education.  Monograph.  Sense Publishing: 2012. 

         **American Educational Studies Association 2013 Critics Choice Award Winner**

         ongoing work on Being and Learning:   http://duartebeinglearning.blogspot.com/

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  Beyond Fragmentation, Toward Polyphony:  Discourse Ethics, Critical Pedagogy and the Multicultural Condition. Monograph.  LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, December, 2010. 

 

         Edited Volumes

 

Duarte, Eduardo, editor.  Philosophy of Education 2015. Proceedings of the Philosophy of Education Society 2015 Meeting, Memphis, TN.  University of Illinois: 2016. http://ojs.ed.uiuc.edu/index.php/pes/issue/view/44

 

Duarte, Eduardo , and Smith, Stacy.  Foundational Perspectives in Multicultural Education.  Addison, Wesley, Longman. January, 2000. 

 

         Chapter Contributions

 

Duarte, Eduardo “Soul Music, and the Learning Community Blues:  Making Philosophy of Education in Memphis, TN,” editor’s introduction to Philosophy of Education 2015.  University of Illinois: 2016.

Duarte, Eduardo “Afterword,” Folk Phenomenology by Sam Rocha.  Wipf and Stock: 2015.

 

Duarte, Eduardo  “Learning by Jamming,” Art’s Teaching, Teaching’s Art.  Megan Laverty and Tyson Lewis, eds.  Springer: 2015.

 

Duarte, Eduardo  Palabras Entre Nosotros,” Borgesian meditations published with the lyrics to the album Late to Love.  Wiseblood: 2014.

 

Duarte, Eduardo “Learning as Freedom: The Letting Be of Learning Together,” Critical Theory and Critical Pedagogy Today.  Ilan Gur-Ze’ev, editor.  Haifa: University of Haifa, 2005.

 

Duarte, Eduardo “Dialogue, Difference and the Multicultural Public Sphere,” in Community, Difference and Diversity: Implications for Peace.  Alison Bailey, editor.  Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2002.

 

Duarte, Eduardo “The Eclipse of Thinking: an Arendtian Critique of Cooperative Learning,” in Renewing our Common World: Essays in Hannah Arendt in Education.  Mordechai Gordon, editor.  Boulder: Westview Press, 2001. 

 

 

         Papers published in Journals and Conference Proceedings

 

Duarte, Eduardo  “On Madness, Prophecy and Outlaw Praxis: Thinking from Exile,” Philosophy of Education 2016.  Natasha Levinson, ed.  University of Illinois:  forthcoming.

 

Duarte, Eduardo   “What is Latin American Philosophy of Education? La Fenomenología del Originario,” Lápiz, October 2014, volume 1, number 1, pp. 94-108.  

 

Duarte, Eduardo “A Review Essay of Ilan Gur Zeev’s The Possibility/Impossibility of a New Critical Language in Education (Sense: 2010),  Educational Theory, October 2014 , Volume 64, number 5, pp. 547-553.

 

Duarte, Eduardo  “Together and Apart in the Time of Study: Teaching, Learning, Listening in Online Courses (An Application of the Technology of Difference),” Journal of the Philosophical Study of Education, Volume 2,  Spring: 2014, pp. 55-72.

 

Duarte, Eduardo  “A Review of David Hansen’s The Teacher and The World,” Invited Book Review, Educational Philosophy and Theory, October 23, 2013 (online edition)

 

Duarte, Eduardo “Eduardo Duarte’s Response to Sam Rocha’s review of Being and Learning,” Invited Author’s Response, Studies in Philosophy and Education, Volume 32, Issue 5, 2013, pp. 559-561.

 

Duarte, Eduardo  editor, “Review Symposium of Meira Levinson’s No Citizen Left Behind,” Volume 32, Issue 6, 2013, pp. 653-666.  (Symposium essays by Michele Moses, Quentin Wheeler-bell, Sally Sayles-Hannon, Winston Thompson, and organized by the Philosophy of Education Society Committee on Race and Ethnicity)

 

Duarte, Eduardo “Fragments in Response to Sam Rocha’s ‘Incarnate Reading: A Cerebralist, Cows, Cannibals and Back Again’,” invited response paper, Philosophy of Education 2013. Cris Mayo, editor (University of Illinois: 2013).

 

Duarte, Eduardo  "Retrieving Question: Making the Beginnings of a Step Outside of Philosophy and into Thinking Difference," Philosophical Studies in Education (published online October, 2012)

 

Duarte, Eduardo Invited Review Essay of Fielding, Michael and Moss, Peter, Radical Education and the Common School: A Democratic Alternative.  Routledge: 2011.   Studies in Philosophy of Education (Fall, 2012).

 

Duarte, Eduardo  "Educational Thinking, and the Conservation of the Revolutionary," invited paper to the special issue on Hannah Arendt Teachers College Record, Volume 112 Number 2, 2010, pp. 488-508.

 

Duarte, Eduardo  “Becoming a Subject of Thinking: Philosophers in Education,” invited response paper,  Philosophy of Education 2010. Gert Biesta, editor.  University of Illinois: 2011.

 

Duarte, Eduardo  "In the Time of Thinking Differently," invited response paper,  Philosophy of Education 2009. Deborah Kerdeman, editor. University of Illinois: 2010.

  

Duarte, Eduardo  "Kant, the Nomad, and the Publicity of Thinking: Finding a Cure for Socrates' Narration Sickness," Philosophy of Education 2008.  Ronald Glass, editor. Champaign: University of Illinois: 2009.

 

Duarte, Eduardo   "Con-servative Education, Ecological Thinking"  Proceedings of the  Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain Annual Meeting 2007.

 

Duarte, Eduardo  “Critical Pedagogy and the Praxis of Worldly Philosophy,” (an invited review essay of Peter McLaren’s Capitalists and Conquerers.  Rowman and Littlefield: 2005), Journal of Philosophy of Education, volume 40, no. 6, April 2006.

 

Duarte, Eduardo  “Tune In, Turn On, Let Learning Happen,” Proceedings of the International Network of  Philosophers of Education (INPE) 9th Conference, Madrid, Spain, August 4-7, 2004.

 

Duarte, Eduardo   “Effecting V,” invited response paper, Philosophy of Education 2002, ed., Scott Simpson. Champaign: University of Illinois,  2003.

 

Duarte, Eduardo  “Review Essay of Mario Sáenz’s, The Identity of Liberation in Latin American Thought: Latin American Historicism and the Phenomenology of Leopoldo Zea,” Encounter, Winter, 2001.

 

Duarte, Eduardo  “Thinking Together As One: Freire’s Rewriting of Husserl,” Philosophy of Education 2000, ed., Stone, Lynda.  Champaign: University of Illinois,  2001.

 

Duarte, Eduardo  Conscientizacion y Comunidad: A Dialectical Description of Education as the Struggle for Freedom,” Studies in Philosophy and Education, volume 18, no. 6, 1999, 389-403.

 

Duarte, Eduardo  “Minima Moralia Redux: Reflections From a Life of Conflict,” Educational Theory, Fall 1998, 531-539.

 

Duarte, Eduardo  “Expanding the Borders of Liberal Democracy: Multicultural Education and the Struggle for Cultural Identity,  Educational Foundations, 12:2, Spring, 1998,  5-30. 

 

Duarte, Eduardo  “Self as Post-Colonial Pastiche: Historical Artifact and Multicultural Ideal.” Philosophy of Education 1997, ed., Laird, Susan.  Champaign: 1998.  

 

Duarte, Eduardo  “Breaking the Silence of White Racism: A Review of Christine Sleeter's Multicultural Education as Social Activism,” Holistic Education Review, Fall, 1997, volume 10, number 3, pp. 57-59. 

 

         Professional Presentations Papers and Invited Lectures

 

Duarte, Eduardo  “From ekklēsía To koinonia: Thinking the Ontological Vocation, Hearing the Call of Liberation, Keynote Lecture, International Conference on Paulo Freire, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, May 7, 2016.

 

Duarte, Eduardo  “On Madness, Prophecy and Outlaw Praxis: Thinking from Exile,” Invited Kneller Lecture response paper,  Philosophy of Education Society 2016 Annual Meeting, Toronto, March 19, 2016. 

 

Duarte, Eduardo and Rocha, Sam “Late to Love and the Fellowship of Education,” American Educational Studies Association annual meeting, San Antonio, Texas, November 12, 2015

 

Duarte, Eduardo “To the Music Itself! Folk Phenomenology and the Return to Original Melody,” An Invited Presentation at the Green College,  University of British Columbia, Vancouver, August 27, 2015

 

Duarte, Eduardo M. “Apathetic Reading: Becoming Primed for Originary Thinking,  Paper Presentation, Philosophy of Education Society annual meeting, Albuquerque, March 15, 2014.

 

Duarte, Eduardo M. “Feeling the Funk:  Taking Up Nietzsche’s Prophecy of a Music-Making Philosophy,” Paper Presentation, Society for the Philosophical Study of Education session at the American Philosophical Association, Central Division Meeting, Chicago, February, 28 2014.

 

Duarte, Eduardo M. “Does Music Offer Us A Philosophical Education? Retrieving Music’s Soulful Education  Invited Keynote Presentation at the International Philosophy of Music Education Biennial Conference, Teachers College, Columbia University, June 6, 2013

 

Duarte, Eduardo M.  “What Does Philosophy Have to Say to Education?”  Invited Keynote Panel Presentation for the inauguration of the Latin American Philosophy of Education Society, Teachers College, Columbia University, April 19, 2013.

 

Duarte, Eduardo M.  “The Authority of the World, and the Poetics of the Word: Rethinking Freire’s Phenomenological Project.” Paper presented at the XI Annual Education Across the Americas Conference at Teachers College, Columbia University, organized by the Association of Latin American Students (ALAS) at Teachers College, Columbia University,  April 19, 2013

 

Duarte, Eduardo M.  “Author’s Response” on Book Panel: Eduardo Duarte’s Being and Learning, Philosophy of Education Society 2013 Annual Meeting, Portland, OR, March 15, 2013.

 
Duarte, Eduardo M.   “Fragments in Response to Sam Rocha’s ‘Incarnate Reading: A Cerebralist, Cows, Cannibals and Back Again’.” Invited response paper, Philosophy of Education Society 2013 Annual Meeting, Portland, OR, March 15, 2013.

 

Duarte, Eduardo   “The Work of Socrates’ Hands Before the Raising of the Cup, or Socrates Make Music!, or More Poetry, Less Prose: Originary Thinking and the Writing of the Self.”   Invited Presentation, Philosophy and Education Colloquium, Teachers College, Columbia University, September 27, 2012.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  "On 'Distance' in Distance Learning:  Thinking Together in the Cyber Seminar." Invited paper presentation on the panel Listening and Learning and Online Education, Philosophy of Education Society annual meeting, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 24, 2012.

 

Duarte, Eduardo . "Post-critical ‘Critique’:  Enacting a Phenomenology of Original Thinking." Paper presentation on the panel,  Original Thinking: Philosophy of Education Now,  The Middle Atlantic States Philosophy of Education Society (MASPES) Annual Meeting at Teachers College, Columbia University, February 11, 2012.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  "Cosmopolitanism as Education for Politics? An Arendtian critique of  Hansen's The Teacher and the World"  Invited commentary paper on the book launch panel for David Hansen's The Teacher and the World (Routledge: 2011),  Teachers College, Columbia University, November 17, 2011.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  "Education and Dissensus: Enacting Political Thinking and Action." A presentation on the panel Learning In Between Politics and the Police:  Power, Resistance and the Possibility of Democratic Education Today, Day of Dialogue IX,  Power, Resistance, and Democracy, Hofstra University, October 26, 2011.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  "Retrieving Question: Making the Beginnings of a Step Outside of Philosophy and into Thinking Difference." Paper presented on the panel Questions of Difference: Ethnicity/Race and the Philosophical Imaginary, Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society, Bergamo Conference Center, Dayton, Ohio, September 22-24, 2011.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  "Being Different: Speaking My Others, Hearing Your Selves." An invited paper presented on the panel Race and Ethnicity in the Philosophical Imaginary, proposed by the Committee on Race and Ethnicity, Philosophy of Education Society Annual Meeting, St. Louis, March 25, 2011.

 

Duarte, Eduardo . "A Pedagogy of Gelassenheit: Conceiving Silence, Listening to Learning"  Paper presented on the panel Pedagogies of Listening,  Philosophy of Education Society, Annual Meeting, St. Louis, March 25, 2011.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  "To Let Learn Through Listening: the Silence of the Educator."  Paper presented at the Middle Atlantic States Philosophy of Education Society, Annual Meeting, New York University, February 5, 2011.

 

Duarte, Eduardo , “Becoming a Subject of Thinking: Philosophers in Education.” Invited response paper, Philosophy of Education Society, Annual Meeting, San Francisco, March, 2010.

 

Duarte, Eduardo , "Arendt's Cato Revisted: Thinking and Learning the Art of Living."  Invited paper presentation, Arendt symposium, Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain, Annual Meeting, New College, Oxford, April 4, 2009.

 

Duarte, Eduardo , "In the Time of Thinking Differently." Invited response paper, Philosophy of Education Society, Annual Meeting, Montreal, March 21, 2009.

 

Duarte, Eduardo , "Singularity and Plurality:  Recognition and Response-ability of the Multicultural Education." Invited paper presentation, Philosophical Foundations of Multicultural Education alternative session, Philosophy of Education Society, Annual Meeting, Montreal, March 21, 2009.

 

Duarte, Eduardo , "Educational Thinking and the Conservation of the Revolutionary." Invited lecture, Philosophy Department, Stony Brook University, October 20, 2008.

 

Duarte, Eduardo , 'Remembering to Breathe." Invited paper presented on the Alternative Session Panel,  "Humanism After Anti-Humanism: Problems and Prospects,"  Philosophy of Education Society annual meeting,  Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 11, 2008.

 

Duarte, Eduardo , "Kant, the Nomad and the Publicity of Thinking: Finding a Cure for Socrates’ Narration Sickness." Paper  presented to the Philosophy of Education Society annual meeting, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 13, 2008.

 

Duarte, Eduardo ,   "Not 'Critique': Engaged Pedagogy and the Aesthetic of Liberation."  Invited Lecture, International Critical Pedagogy Working Group,  New College, Oxford, March 27, 2008.

 

Duarte, Eduardo , "Nos.Otros/Nosotros, Our Others/Us: the Strange Dialogic Arrival of the Cosmopolitan Idea." Paper  presented on the symposium "The Place of Dialogue in Reconstructing the Cosmopolitan Ideal,"  American Moral Education 33rd Annual Conference, New York University, November 15-17,  2007. 

Duarte, Eduardo .  "Encountering and Responding to the Stranger: the Dialogic Ontology of Learning." Paper presented at the  New England Philosophy of Education Society Annual Meeting,  Framingham State College, October 13, 2007.

Duarte, Eduardo .  "Beyond Objectivism and Socialization: Toward and Ontological Turn in Teacher Education." Invited paper presentation at the Bowdoin College Philosophy of Education workshop, September 21, 2007.

Duarte, Eduardo , "S.O.S: Soulful Learning, and the Pedagogy of Reconnaissance."  Invited paper presentation to the research group on Post-Structural Studies in Difference, Identity, and Culture in Education (DICE),  Stockholm Institute of Education, Stockholm, Sweden, August 22, 2007.

Duarte, Eduardo .  "Con-servative Education." Paper presented at the Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain Annual Meeting, New College, Oxford University, March 31, 2007.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .   "The Movement of Ironic Teaching: an encounter with Anti-Climacus."  Paper presentation, International Critical Pedagogy Workshop, New College, Oxford University, March 30, 2007.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  "Con-servative Education, Ecological Thinking." Paper presented on the session "Dwelling Outside Humanism: Exploring  New Pathways for Philosophy of Education," Philosophy of Education Society Annual Meeting,  Atlanta, Georgia, March 16, 2007.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  "Critical Pedagogy is Not Funny." Paper presentation at the  American Educational Studies Association, Annual Meeting,  Spokane, Washington, November 2, 2006.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  "Paulo Freire:  A Philosopher of Liberation." An invited course lecture presented at Bowdoin College, September 20, 2007.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  "The Topos of Learning."  Paper presented at Bowdoin College Philosophy of Education Workshop, Septermber 21, 2007.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  “Renunciation, Intervention and Initiative.” An invited paper presented at the meeting of the international critical pedagogy working group, Toward a New Critical Language in Education, New College, Oxford University, April 2, 2006.

 

Duarte, Eduardo , “Aesthetic Narrative as Inquiry: An Examination of W.E.B. DuBois The Souls of Black Folk.”  An invited response to the symposium organized for the conference Ways of Knowing in Educational Research, Teachers College, Columbia University, March 3, 2006.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  “From Grains of Sand to Pearls of Wisdom: the Irritating Performance of Theory as Originary Questioning.” Invited lecture presented as part of the seminar, ‘The Role of Theory in Research in Education: International Perspectives,’ organized by the Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain, University of Nottingham, School of Education, Jubille Campus, May 12 & 14, 2005.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  “Teaching, or the Close Listening to the Musicality of Teaching.”  Paper presented at the Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain annual meeting, New College, Oxford University, April 2, 2005.

 

Duarte, Eduardo ,  "Allegory, Meaning and Philosophical Education: Learning

to Think Poetically through the Legends of Socrates." Paper presented at the conference REASONS OF THE HEART: Myth, Meaning and Education,  University of Edinburgh, Scotland, September 9-12,  2004.

 

Duarte, Eduardo , “Tune In, Turn On, Let Learning Happen.” Paper presentation at the International Network of  Philosophers of Education (INPE) 9th Conference, Madrid, Spain, August 4-7, 2004.

 

Duarte, Eduardo , “Tune In, Turn On, Let Learning Happen.” Paper presentation at the Philosophy of Education of Great Britain Society annual meeting, New College, Oxford University, April 2-4, 2004.

 

Duarte, Eduardo , “Learning Thinking: The What and the Way of Language.” Invited response paper presented at Middle Atlantic States Philosophy of Education Society Fall meeting, New York University, October 18, 2003.

 

Duarte, Eduardo . “Philosophy of Education as a Pedagogy of Estrangement.” Invited paper presentation on panel From Philosophy of Education: Curriculum Contributions for the Profession and Beyond Accountability, American Education Research Association annual meeting, Chicago, Illinois, April 22, 2003.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  “Conserving the Revolutionary.”  Presentation of ongoing research on Hannah Arendt, Middle Atlantic States Philosophy of Education Society, Teachers College, Columbia University March 8, 2003.

 

Duarte, Eduardo , “True or False, or None of the Above.” An invited lecture at the Philosophy Colloquium, Teachers College, Columbia University, October 3, 2002.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  “On the Newest Idol.”  Paper presentation at the International Network of Philosophers of Education biennial meeting, Oslo, Norway, August 8, 2002.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  “Effecting ‘V’: Towards a Pedagogy of Estrangement.”  Invited presentation at the first annual International Critical Pedagogy Workshop, Oslo, Norway, August 7, 2002.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  “Effecting V.” Invited response paper presentation at the Philosophy of Education Society Annual Meeting, Vancouver, April 19, 2002.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  “Welcoming the Other, Enunciating Difference: Communicative

Democracy as Improvisation.” Invited paper presentation,  SUNY Binghamton Philosophy Department 2001-2002 Colloquium Series Public Reason, Political Inclusion, November 15, 2001.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  “An Affirmative Action Pedagogy for the Twenty-first Century: By Any Means Necessary.”  Paper presentation at the New York State Foundations of Education Association Annual Meetings, SUNY Cortland, April 6, 2001. 

 

Duarte, Eduardo .   “By Any Means Necessary: The Anti-Democratic Implications of Affirmative Action Pedagogy.” Paper presentation at the Middle Atlantic States Philosophy of Education Society Cook College, Rutgers University, December 2, 2000. 

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  “The Regime of Affirmative Action Discourse, or the Anti-Democratic Implications of Freiren Pedagogy.” Paper presentation for the symposium “Interrogations of Paulo Freire’s Philosophy,” Session III,  American Educational Studies Association Annual Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, November 4, 2000.

 

Duarte, Eduardo . “The Eclipse of Thinking.” Chapter presentation for book symposium Renewing our Common World: Essays in Hannah Arendt in Education, American Educational Studies Association Annual Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, November 5, 2000.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  “Remembering we’re pretending: a Letter of Hope.”  Paper presentation for the interactive symposium “Letters to our Children about Race, to be Read and Remembered by our colleagues committed to Educational Equity,” American Educational Research Association Meeting,  New Orleans, April 27, 2000.

 

Duarte, Eduardo . “Thinking Together As One: Freire’s Rewriting of Husserl.” Paper presentation at the Philosophy of Education Society Annual meeting, Toronto, Canada, April 3, 2000.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  Freire and Husserl: Problem-posing as co-intentionality.” Paper presentation for the symposium I chaired, “Dialogicality and Multivocality: A Serious Study of Paulo Freire,” organized for the American Educational Studies Association Annual Meeting, Detroit, October 30, 1999.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  “Serious Play: Freirean Praxis in Multicultural Discourse Communities.”  Paper presented on the symposium panel Political and Pedagogical Potentials for Dialogue in Multicultural Societies  organized for the American Educational Studies Association annual meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November 7, 1998.

 

Duarte, Eduardo , and Smith, Stacy.  “Foundational Perspectives in Multicultural Education.” Paper presentation prepared for a round table at the Middle Atlantic States Philosophy of Education Society Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November 7, 1998.

 

Duarte, Eduardo . “Diversity v. Hegemony:  Critical Multiculturalism and the Struggle for Democracy in Education.” Paper presentation at the Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain sponsored symposium Diversity and Justice, organized for the 20th World Congress of Philosophy, Paideia: Philosophy Educating Humanity, Boston, August 10, 1998.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .Conscientizacion y Comunidad: Existential Freedom as the Precursor of the Common Good.” Paper presentation at the American Educational Research Association conference,  San Diego, April, 1998.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  “Multicultural Education and the Struggle for Identity.”  Invited paper presentation delivered at the Department of Educational Policy studies, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, April 3, 1998.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .Freire v.  Freire’: On the Differences between Liberatory and Critical Pedagogy.” Paper presentation on the panel “Questioning Authority in Oppressed Pedagogies” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Chicago, April 2, 1998.

 

Duarte, Eduardo . “Expanding the Borders of Liberal Democracy: Multicultural Education and the Struggle for Cultural Survival.” Paper presented at the Eastern Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Hilton Head, South Carolina, February 22, 1997.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  “Postmodernism, Dialogue and the Challenge of Critical Pedagogy.” Paper presented at Pedagogy of the Oppressed Conference, University of Nebraska Omaha, Omaha, March 21, 1996.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  “Beyond the Multicultural Condition: Socratic Dialogue and the Polyphonic Public Sphere.” Paper presented at the 8th Annual Conference of Concerned Philosophers for Peace: Community, Difference and Diversity: Implications for Peace, University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio, October 19-22, 1995.

 

         Thesis and Doctoral Advisement:

 

I am serving as a member of Yeongmin Kwon’s doctoral dissertation committee, Teachers College, Columbia University.   She is defending her proposal on September 25, 2016. 

 

I am serving on Jason Wozniak’s doctoral committee, Teachers College Columbia University.  Jason successfully defended his proposal on September 28, 2015.

 

I served as member on Mike Schapira’s  doctoral dissertation committee, Teachers College, Columbia University.  He successfully defended his dissertation on June 1, 2014.

 

I served as the external member of Givanni Ildefonso's  doctoral dissertation, Teachers College, Columbia University.  Dr. Ildefono successfully defended her dissertation in February 20, 2012.

 

I served as the external examiner on Winston Thompson's doctoral dissertation, Teachers College, Columbia University.  Dr. Thompson successfully defended his dissertation on April 19, 2011.

 

I served as the external examiner on Arianna Stokas' doctoral dissertation, Teachers College, Columbia University.  Dr. Stokas  successfully defended her dissertation on February 19, 2010.

 

I  served as a committee member on Troy Richardson’s doctoral dissertation, department of Education, Culture and Society, College of Education, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.  Dr. Richardson successfully defended his dissertation on May 17, 2006.

 

I served as the principal advisor for Christina Cipriano’s Education Studies Thesis.  Christina graduate from Hofstra with honors in May, 2005.

 

I served as the external examiner and reader on Dr. Doris Santoro’s doctoral dissertation, Teachers College, Columbia University.  Dr. Santoro successfully defended her work on May 6, 2005.

 

         Teaching Awards/Honors

Provost Diversity Initiative Grant, 2011-2013

 

Ten Year Service Award, WRHU, May 2012

 

Fifteen Year Faculty Award, Hofstra University,  May 2012

 

Honorary induction into the Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society, Hofstra Chapter,

October 20, 2004

 

         Additional Teaching Appointments

 

James Irvine Foundation Lecturer, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, California. Academic year 1995/96.

Courses Taught:   American Cultures, Ethics, Intro. to Philosophy

 

James Irvine Foundation Dissertation Fellow, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, California.  Academic year 1994/95.

Courses Taught: Introduction to Philosophy

 

Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, California. Academic year 1993/1994.

Courses Taught: Introduction to Philosophy

 

Part-time Instructor of Philosophy, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, California.  Spring and Summer, 1993.

Courses Taught: Introduction to Philosophy

 

Teaching Assistant  for Professors Richard Bernstein and Jerome Kohn graduate course on Hannah Arendt, Graduate Faculty, New School for Social Research. Spring, 1991.

 

Special Instructor, East Harlem High School, New York, New York. Fall, 1990.

 

 

         Other Publications

 

Duarte, Eduardo  “Foundations of Democractic Education,” Proquest Coursepack.  Ann Arbor: Bell & Howell Information and Learning, August 1999. 

 

Duarte, Eduardo “Expanding the Borders of Liberal Democracy: Multicultural Education and the Struggle for Cultural Identity.” Multicultural Education, Fall 1998. (Re-published at the request of the Publisher) 

 

Duarte, Eduardo “In Search of Diversity: Joining the Quest,  Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education, vol. 8, no. 9, December, 1997, pp. 11-13.  

 

Duarte, Eduardo . “Dangerous Dialogue,” in Taboo: Remembering Paulo Freire, vol. II, Fall, 1997,  pp. 124-125.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  “P.C., or not P.C?  That is the Question.  Or, the Critical Pedagogical Aims of LMU's American Cultures Program,  Didaskolos, volume 2,  May, 1996. 

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  “The Multiculturalism Dialogue,” The Hispanic Outlook on Higher Education, May 1, 1995. 

 

 

 

         Radio Work

 

Host and Producer, “The Dead Zone,” WRHU.ORG, 88.7FM, Radio Hofstra University, Sundays, 6-8pm,  2004 -  ongoing documentary program on The Grateful Dead and other live improvisational musical performances.

 

Host and Producer,  “Musings,  ongoing as a special segment of “The Dead Zone,” WRHU

            Archived: archive.org/search.php?query=musings%2C%20Prof%20Iguana

 

If the title of the show is Musings, then the subtitle is Making Philosophy with Music. Socrates (of the first part of the Plato's Phaedo) is the take off point, i.e., the show's discussion begins with the host (Eduardo Duarte aka Prof Iguana of the Dead Zone, WRHU.ORG, Sundays 6-8pm) asking a guest: Put yourself in the place of Socrates, who has been visited by throughout his whole life by a muse telling him, "Make music!" In your case, you are in your office, study, etc., when the muse visits you, and says, again, "[insert your name] Make Music!" But THIS time, like Socrates, who decides to compose poems for the first time, you rethink what she means when she exhorts you to make music, and you decide that philosophy, or the questions you've been wrestling with, can and must be expressed in an alternative form, one that complements and extends the writing and teaching you've been doing. And the form this alternative takes is music. How would you express this? What music do you make, or, better, what music would you choose to communicate/express your philosophical thinking?

The "Musings" project is an experiment in and exploration of new forms of 'doing' academic philosophy, specifically, a possible extension of the field of philosophy of education. It is part of an alternative and even aesthetic turn in the field, a way of expanding the current boundaries and discursive regimes that currently map the professional practice of philosophy of education

 

Host and Producer, “Black Diamond Discography,  WMPG, 90.9FM, Southern Maine Community Radio, 2013 – 

 

The title of the show indicates its form, content, aims and intentions: to challenge listeners with difficult music (i.e., music that can generally be placed in categories such as avant garde, anarchic, free jazz, atonal). Drawing mostly on jazz, but also exploring classical, the show will feature musicians and composers such as: John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman, Arnold Schoenberg, John Cage, Cecil Taylor, et al. The idea for the show has emerged from my lifelong interest in music that expands the tonal and sonic musical horizons, not to mention the spirit and consciousness of musicians and listeners. Another source of inspiration for the show is my recent research and study of philosopher, music sociologist, cultural critic and composer, Theodor Adorno, who wrote extensively on music as well critically about what he called the Culture Industry. For Adorno, the CI was the source of the degeneration and degradation of the human capacity to listen, and to discern the aura of artwork. Mass communication, specifically the radio, plays a central role in the diminishment of human listening, by producing generic and easily repeatable and commodified sounds, thus reifying what could hardly be called music. Adorno was an advocate for difficult and what we might call critical music, as a way to interrupt the logic of the CI. In turn, the show Black Diamond Discography is an attempt to take up Adorno's challenge with a program that will, in the spirit of community radio, both disrupt the CI and provide a venue for music otherwise relegated to the dustbin of history, like so much esoterica of the art and academic world.

Dialogues, Panels, Interviews, Seminars, etc.

 

Duarte, Eduardo , organizer, "Read-in of Paulo Freire's Pedagogy of the Oppressed," Hagedorn Hall Atrium, Hofstra University, February 28, 2012.

 

Duarte, Eduardo ,  "Interview Paulo Freire 'Read In,' on Hofstra's Morning Wake-Up Call, WRHU, 88.7FM, Radio Hofstra University,"  February, 28, 2012.

 

Duarte, Eduardo ,  chair, 4th Concurrent Paper Session A, Middle Atlantic States Philosophy of Education Annual Conference, Teachers College, February 11, 2012.

 

Duarte, Eduardo  et al, “Knowing Our Selves, Knowing Others: Creating Open Spaces,” Action Research Theory Seminar, funded and hosted by MUNDI, University of Nottingham, School of Education, Jubilee Campus, May 8-12,2005.

 

Duarte, Eduardo ; Stacy Smith; Nicholas Burbules; Ron Glass; “The Current State of Philosophy of Education in North American,”   Committee on Professional Affairs Plenary panel, Philosophy of Education Society Annual meeting, San Francisco, March 19, 2005.

 

Duarte, Eduardo ; Noddings, Nel; Mayo, Chris; Floden, Robert; Fernstermacher, Gary; “Philosophers of Education Discuss Accountability,” Committee on Professional Affairs Plenary panel, Philosophy of Education Society Annual meeting, Chicago, March 31, 2001. 

 

Duarte, Eduardo , chair for paper session “Addressing Persistent Forms of Oppression in a Liberal Democracy: A Cultural Approach to Multiculturalism,” Philosophy of Education Society Annual meeting, Chicago, March 31, 2001. 

 

Duarte, Eduardo , discussant for book symposia, “Renewing Our Common World: Essays on Hannah Arendt and Education,” Philosophy of Education Society Annual meeting, Chicago, March 30, 2001. 

 

Duarte, Eduardo  and Smith, Stacy, “Democracy, Difference, and Civil Provocation: Learning Through Discomforting Encounters, Workshop,” Session 1, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Bates College, January, 15, 2001.

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  “The Spotted Owl Spreads its Wings at Dusk: Spike Lee’s Get On the Bus as a Vehicle of Public Pedagogy.” Pedagogical presentation for the symposium “Discourse Ethics and the Public Educational Sphere: Policy and Pedagogy,” organized for the American Educational Studies Association Annual Meeting, Detroit, October 31, 1999. 

 

Duarte, Eduardo , and Endres, Benjamin James.  “The Ethical and Political Horizons of Freirean Dialogue.” Dialogue presentation at the Popular Education and Social Change conference, New York, NY, June 4, 1999. 

        

Duarte, Eduardo .  Chair for “The Relational Pedagogy of Paulo Freire,  Third Concurrent Session, Philosophy of Education Society, New Orleans, March 26, 1999. 

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  “Duarte on Public Education,” Radio Interview hosted by Linda Longmire, WRHU 88.7 FM, broadcasted January 13, 1999. 

 

Duarte, Eduardo . “Happiness as an educational aim?” Talk presented at the APS Proseminar,  School of Education and Allied Human Services, Hofstra University, October 5, 1998.

 

Duarte, Eduardo . Facilitator for “Panel A: Native Americans and Multicultural Education,” The Native American Experience: Long Island, New York, and Beyond.  Hofstra University, April 22, 1998. 

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  “Debating Affirmative Action.” Workshop for the Glen Cove High School Fight Your Ignorance Day, Glen Cove, New York, March 25, 1998.

 

Duarte, Eduardo , Fowler, Shelli, & Ong, Rory.  “Conversion and Transformation: Wrestling with Politics of Identity and Positionality in the Construction of a Liberatory Pedagogical Practice.”  Panel presentation at the 1997 Pedagogy of the Oppressed conference, Omaha, Nebraska, April 18. 

 

Duarte, Eduardo , and Kaufman, Judith. “An Inquiry Into Multiculturalism and Student Resistance,” Faculty Seminar Series, Hofstra University School of Education, School of Education, Hofstra University, February 14, 1997.   

 

Duarte, Eduardo . “The Educator as Public Intellectual,” new faculty  presentation to Foundations, Leadership and Policy Studies Department Fall Policy Forum, Hofstra University, November 3, 1996.  

 

Duarte, Eduardo . “Expanding the Borders of Liberalism: Multicultural Education as Democratic Practice,” faculty Research Seminar, Foundations, Leadership and Policy Studies Department, Hofstra University, October 15, 1996. 

 

Duarte, Eduardo .  “Socratic Dialogue and Multiculturalism,” Irvine Fellow Research Presentation, Sullivan Hall, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, March 21, 1995.

 

Duarte, Eduardo . “Towards a Post-Modernist Political Theory,  Irvine Fellow Research Presentation, President's Dinning Room, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, October 13,1994.  

 

 

         Other Conference Participation and Professional Development

 

Duarte, Eduardo , Conference Chair, Philosophy of Education Society 2015 annual meeting, Memphis, Tennessee, March 12-16, “The Blues/Soul Music”.

 

Duarte, Eduardo , faculty presenter, "P.R.I.D.E. A-La-Carte Leadership Workshop (R: Respect for Self and Others): Care For Yourself First," Plaza Room West, Student Center, Hofstra University, March 14, 2012.

 

Co-Coordinated the New York State Foundations of Education Association Annual meeting, Hofstra University, April 26 - 27, 2002.

 

Attended The American Philosophical Association 97th Annual Meeting, Eastern Division,  New York, NY, December 27-30, 2000.

 

Attended Religion and Postmodernism II conference, Villanova University, October 14-16, 1999.

 

Audited Professor Lorenzo Simpson’s doctoral seminar “Humanism, Multiculturalism and Difference,” Spring, 1999, Department of Philosophy, SUNY Stony Brook.

 

Diversity and Learning, AAC&U Conference. Attended as a representative of Hofstra School of Education Affirmative Action Committee. Philadelphia, PA, November 12-14, 1998.

 

Educating One Third of a Nation.  Attended as a representative of Hofstra School of Education Affirmative Action Committee. Miami, FL, October 15-17, 1997

 

8th Annual Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education, Attended as James Irvine Fellow, Loyola Marymount University, Santa Fe, New Mexico, June 1-6, 1995.

 

Participant, Transformations in Democracy.   A colloquium on Political Theory sponsored by the Institut für die Wissenschaften Vom Menschen, Vienna, Austria. Cortona, Italy, July 6 - 21, 1991.

 

Professional Affiliations

American Educational Research Association

American Education Studies Association

         Coordinator of Elections, 2006

         Program Committee Member, 2011, Annual Meeting, Denver

American Philosophical Association

International Network of Philosophers of Education

Middle Atlantic States Philosophy of Education Society

         (Program Reviewer for Fall, 2003 meeting at NYU)

New York State Foundations of Education Association

         Annual Teacher’s Essay Contest Review Board Member

Philosophy of Education Society

Chair, Program Committee, 2015, Annual Meeting, Memphis

Elections Committee Member, 2014

         Chair, Elections Committee, 2013

Program Committee Member, 2013, Annual Meeting, Portland, OR

Program Committee Member, 2011, Annual Meeting, St. Louis

Program Committee Member, 2010, Annual Meeting, San Francisco

Co-Chair, Committee on Race and Ethnicity (CORE), 2010 -

                   CORE List Manager, 2011 -

Program Committee Member, 2003 Annual Meeting, Miami

         Resolutions Committee Member, 2000,

         Membership Committee, Appointment 2001-2003, 2007-2009, 2013-2015

The Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain

 

 

 

Peer Review and Editorial Board Service

 

Co-editor, Multicultural Education, June 1998-

Reviewer, Educational Theory, April 1998-

Reviewer, Studies in Philosophy and Education, May 1999-

Reviewer,  Journal of Philosophy of Education, September 2010 -

Reviewer,  Teachers College Record,  June 2010 -

Book Reviewer for Addison, Wesley, Longman; July, 1997 -

Contributing Editor, Bell & Howell Information and Learning Corporation, May 1999-

Reviewer, North American Society for Social Philosophy book series, January 2000-

 

Service

 

Faculty Advisor, Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse Club, 2013-

 

Chair,  School of Education, Health and Human Services review committee for the 2012 Lawrence A. Stessin Prize for Outstanding Scholarly Publication, Hofstra University.

 

Chair, Executive Committee, School of Education, Health and Human Services, 2009 -2012

 

Member 88.7FM, WRHU.org, Radio Hofstra University,  2002-

(Host and Producer The Dead Zone, Sundays 6-8pm)

 

Pregame Speaker, Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse Team, Spring season, 1999.

 

Member, Curriculum and Standards Committee, School of Education and Allied Human Services, Fall 1999- (Chair, Fall 2000-Spring, 2002)

 

Guest-member of  the Valley Stream North High School Multicultural Committee, Spring 1999.

 

Representative of School of Education and Allied Human Services on  Ad Hoc Senate Committee on Curriculum for the University Honors Program, Hofstra University, Spring 1999.

 

Outside Examiner, Honor’s Thesis, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, January 16, 1998.

 

Member, University Affirmative Action Committee, Hofstra University, appointed by President, Fall 1997. (Chair, 1998-1999).

 

Representative of Foundations, Leadership and Policy Studies Department, Affirmative Action Committee, School of Education and Allied Human Services, Hofstra University, Fall 1996-

 

Co-Chair, Center for Multiculturalism, School of Education and Allied Human Services, Hofstra University, Appointed by Dean, Fall,1996-Spring, 1997.

 

Member, Latino/a Faculty Association, Loyola Marymount University, Fall 1995-Spring 1996.

 

Head Coach (unpaid faculty service), Men’s Lacrosse team, Loyola Marymount University, 1993-1995.

 

Academic Related Experience

 

Asst. Copy Editor, Hungarian News Agency (MTI), Budapest, Hungary, August, 1991.

 

Research Assistant for Professor Richard Bernstein, Department of Philosophy, Graduate Faculty, New School for Social Research, Fall, 1989 - Summer, 1990.

 

Assistant Copy Editor, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal, New School For Social Research, 1989 - 1991.

 

Research Assistant,  New York Institute for Human Development, Bronx, NY, Summer, 1988.