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Jo Anne Pagano

Professor of Educational Studies, Emerita

Degree

BA (1973), MS (1981), PhD (1982), University of Rochester

Teaching Experience

Colgate University:
  • 2003-Present: Professor of Education
  • 2000-2003: Chair, Department of Educational Studies and Professor of Education
  • 1996-2000: Professor of Education
  • 1990-1996: Chair, Department of Educational Studies and Associate Professor of Education
  • 1990-1993: Chair, General Education 102 and Associate Professor of University Studies
  • 1988-1996: Associate Professor of Education
  • 1982-1988: Assistant Professor of Education
University of Alberta:
  • 1987, Summer Visiting Associate Professor
University of Rochester:
  • 1979-1980: Graduate School of Education and Lecturer in Education
SUNY Brockport:
  • 1974-1977: Educational Opportunity Center Secondary Level English and Social Studies

Specialties

English and social studies curriculum, curriculum theory, philosophy of education, women and education

Publications

Books:
  • Exiles and Communities: Teaching in the Patriarchal Wilderness, SUNY Press, 1990
  • Preparing Teachers as Professionals: The Role of Education and Other Liberal Disciplines
  • with Landon Beyer, Walter Feinberg, and James Anthony Whitson, Teachers College Press, 1989
Chapters in Edited Books:
  • “Critical Education and the Liberal Arts,” Critical Theories in Education, Thomas S. Popkewitz and Lynn Fendler, editors, pp. 229-249. Routledge, 1999.
  • “The End of Innocence,” A Light in Dark Times: Maxine Greene and the Unfinished Conversation, William C. Ayers and Janet L. Miller, editors, Teachers College Press, 1998.
  • “Democratic Evaluation: Aesthetic, Ethical Stories in Schools,” with Landon Beyer, The Curriculum: Problems, Politics, and Possibilities, Landon E. Beyer and Michael Apple, editors, pp. 380-397, SUNY 1998.
  • “The Problems of Teacher-Student Relationships in Troubled Times,” Teaching and Its Predicaments, Nicholas Burbules and David T. Hansen, editors, pp, 79-95, Westview, 1997.
  • “Speculation Based on Speculation: The Problem of the Bell Curve and the Question of Schooling,” Measured Lies: The Bell Curve Examined, Joel L. Kincheloe, Shirley R. Steinberg and Aaron D. Gresson III, pp. 193-203, St. Martin’s, 1996.
  • “Matters of the Mind,” New Directions in Philosophy of Education, Wendy Kohli, editor, Routledge, 1993.
  • “Teaching Women,” Educational Feminisms, Lynda Stone, editor, Routledge, 1993 (in press).
  • “Who Am I When I'm Alone With Myself?”, Women and Solitude: The Center of the Web, Delese Wear, editor, SUNY Press, 1993 (in press).
  • “Does Gender Affect Education,” Thirteen Questions, Joseph Kincheloe, editor, Peter Lang, Teachers College Press, 1991.
  • “Moral Fictions,” The Stories Lives Tell: Using Narrative in Education, Carol Witherell and Nel Noddings, editors, Teachers College Press, 1991.
  • “The Claim of Philia,” Curriculum Theory Discourses, William F. Pinar, editor, Gorsuch Scarisbrick, 1988.
Articles and Reviews:
  • “Taking Our Places,” Educational Studies, vol. 30, nos. 3/4 pp. 231-264, Winter, 1999.
  • Review of Educated in Romance and Becoming a Woman Through Romance,
  • Educational Studies, Winter, 1992.
  • “Relating to One's Students: Identity, Morality, Stories, and Questions,” Journal of Moral Education, Winter, 1992.
  • “Speaking Daughters,” essay review of Bitter Milk, Madeline Grumet, Educational Theory, Winter, 1992.
  • Review of The Moral Dimension of Teaching, John Goodland, et al., Journal of Moral Education.
  • Review of Judgment, Planning, and Educational Change, Maurice Holtz, Journal of Curriculum Studies, 20:3 (1988), pp. 284-288.
  • “Teaching Women,” Educational Theory, 38:3 (1988), pp. 321-339.
  • “The Nature and Sources of Teacher Authority,” Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 7:4 (1988), pp. 7-25.
  • “The Schools We Deserve”: Essay Review of A Place Called School by John Goodlad, Curriculum Inquiry, 17:1, (1987), pp. 107-122.
  • “The Curriculum Field: Emergence of a Discipline,” Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 3:1 (1981), pp.171-184.(with Lawrence Dolan), Curriculum Inquiry, 10:4 (1980), pp. 367-381.
  • Essay Review of Landscapes of Learning by Maxine Greene, Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, Winter, 1980.

Interests

Critical theory and pedagogy, ethics and education, teaching and feminist theory, popular culture and education

Distinctions

  • Editorial Review Board, Educational Theory
  • Vice president, president-elect, president, American Educational Studies Association 1996-98
  • Program committee co-chair, Conference on Curriculum Theory and Classroom Practice 1988-93