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Escaping Befriended Circles: A Multilogue Response To Benjamin Kelsey Kearl's "Of Laggards And Morons: Definitional Fluidity, Borderlinity, And The Theory Of Progressive Era Special Education (Parts 1 & 2)", Donald Warren Dec 2016

Escaping Befriended Circles: A Multilogue Response To Benjamin Kelsey Kearl's "Of Laggards And Morons: Definitional Fluidity, Borderlinity, And The Theory Of Progressive Era Special Education (Parts 1 & 2)", Donald Warren

Education's Histories

In this multilogue response to "Of Laggards and Morons," Warren affirms Kearl's approach to education history through philosophy and biography.


Of Laggards And Morons: Definitional Fluidity, Borderlinity, And The Theory Of Progressive Era Special Education, Benjamin Kelsey Kearl Nov 2016

Of Laggards And Morons: Definitional Fluidity, Borderlinity, And The Theory Of Progressive Era Special Education, Benjamin Kelsey Kearl

Education's Histories

Indiana University's Benjamin Kelsey Kearl uses a life history approach to study the history of special education through "the laggard" (Part 1) and "the moron" (Part 2).


Dear Lucy: A Multilogue Response To Lucy E. Bailey's "Epistolary Hauntings", Naomi Norquay Oct 2016

Dear Lucy: A Multilogue Response To Lucy E. Bailey's "Epistolary Hauntings", Naomi Norquay

Education's Histories

Naomi Norquay provides a multilogue response to Lucy E. Bailey's essay, "Epistolary Hauntings: Working 'With' and 'On' Family Letters."


Epistolary Hauntings: Working “With” And “On” Family Letters, Lucy E. Bailey Oct 2016

Epistolary Hauntings: Working “With” And “On” Family Letters, Lucy E. Bailey

Education's Histories

Lucy E. Bailey, Oklahoma State University, pursues multiple theoretical frameworks for analyzing her personal collection of family letters.