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or, The City as Educator

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A   1   •   An idea germinates   •   Study

B   •   Engaging the question   •   Study
  1   •   Ian and Emilia assess the SAT as educator   •   Study

C   •   OK, but how?   •   Study
D   •   Questions & inquiries   •   Study
E   •   Year 1 — 2010-2011   •   Study
F   •   Year 2 — 2011-2012   •   Study
G   •   Year 3 — 2012-2013   •   Study
H   •   Year 4 — 2013-2014   •   Study

W   •   Premises of the Emilia Project   •   Study
  1   •   Who's who in Emilia's world   •   Study
  2   •   What's what in Emilia's world   •   Study
  3   •   Emilia is a Bildungsroman, a novel of education   •   Study
  4   •   Emilia's socioeconomics   •   Study
  5   •   Emilia and gendered pedagogy   •   Study
  6   •   Emilia, a conceptual construct   •   Study
  7   •   Emilia does not conflate education and schooling   •   Study
  8   •   Emilia stands for the possible, not the typical   •   Study
  9   •   Emilia seeks to extend the intellectual tradition   •   Study
  10   •   Emilia engages the full academic apparatus   •   Study
  11   •   Emilia & virtual real time   •   Study
  12   •   Emilia, an experiment in peer production   •   Study
  H   •   Emilia's help page   •   Study
  R   •   NYC Resources for going to city   •   Study

A   1   •   An idea germinates   •   Study
  2   •   Why John rejected Dad's plan, and what Sophie thinks about his reasons   •   Study
  3   •   Emilia and Ian lament the passing of pedagogical innocence   •   Study
  4   •   John's concerns about Emilia's possibly going to city. not to college   •   Study
  5   •   Sophie asserts a different tone   •   Study
  6   •   Emilia discovers her dad's old books, to his chagrin   •   Study
  7   •   John & Sophie discuss instrumental reason   •   Study
  8   •   More on Emilia's attic discoveries   •   Study
  8a   •     "The Two P's, Polio and Paris"   •   Study
  9   •   John studies college view books and reflects on the self   •   Study
 10   •   Emilia asks about the Crito and puzzles about the law   •   Study
 11   •   On the ballet — Rose and Emilia muse on the lessons of life   •   Study
 11a   •     "Serious Steps"   •   Study
 12   •   Sophie and John discuss the second birth   •   Study
 13   •   Emilia grasps a different view of justice   •   Study
 14   •   Sophie and Jacqueline discover shared interests   •   Study
 15   •   John returns to changes, unexpected duties, and new possibilities   •   Study
 16   •   SATs   •   Study
 17   •   Rob prepares a tome and a talk for Toronto   •   Study


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or, The City as Educator

May we not say that city housekeeping has failed partly because women, the traditional housekeepers, have not been consulted as to its multiform activities?
Jane Addams. Newer Ideals of Peace ( 1907 ) ‘Utilization of Women in City Government’.

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