Scholarship

BOOKS

  1. Labor of Learning: Market and the Next Generation of Educational Reform. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 2009.
  2. Learning Relations: Impure Education, Deschooled Schools, and Dialogue with Evil. New York: Peter Lang, 2002.
  3. Beyond Discourse: Education, the Self and Dialogue. Buffalo: SUNY Press, 1999.
  4. Парад предрассудков [Parade of Prejudices and Superstitions]. Moscow: Znanie, 1992.
  5. Пособие для начинающих Робеспьеров [A Beginning Robespierre's Guide]. Moscow: Znanie, 1990.

EDITED BOOKS

  1. No Education Without Relation (co-edited with Charles Bingham). New York: Peter Lang, 2004.
  2. Школа воспитания: 825-й маршрут [School of character: The Route # 825] (Co-edited with V.A. Karakovsky, D.B.Grigoriev, and Ye.I. Sokolova). Moscow: The Pedagogical Society of Russia, 200
  3. Rhymes, Ritual, and Recipes: Toledo East Side Stories as Told by the Mind Weavers (co-edited with Patricia Bennett, Janet Murphy, and Carey Smith). Toledo, OH: Mind Weavers, 2003.

DISSERTATIONS AND MONOGRAPHS

  1. An Ontological Understanding of Dialogue in Education. Ph.D. diss., University of Washington, 1996. 
  2. Рaзвитие воспитательной системы школы как закономерный процесс [School as a developing system: Driving Forces and Contradictions], Dissertation. Moscow: Institute for Theory and History of Education, 1990. 
  3. Методология системного подхода в педагогике [Methodology of the Systems Approach in Educational Theory], Monograph, Moscow: Research Institute for Theory and History of Education, 1989. 

BOOK CHAPTERS 

  1. On the theoretical limits of education, in Gert Biesta, Julie Allan and Richard Edwards, Eds. Making a Difference in Theory, London and New YorkRoutledge , 2014, 121-134.
  2. "On the Essence of Education," in Making Sense of Education: Fifteen Contemporary Educational Theorists in their own Words, Gert J.J. Biesta, Editor, Springer, 2012.
  3. "The Gift and Dialogue", in Dialogiske perspektiver: når vi er forskjellige, Karin Ellingsen Aune og Ellen Saur, Eds., Oslo: Universitetsforlaget, 2007.
  4. Carnival and Dialogue: Opening New Conversations,” Dialogue as a Means of Collective Communication, Patrick M. Jenlink and Bela H. Banathy, Eds, Plenum US, 2004. 
  5. Doing and Talking: Two Sides of School,” Dialogue as a Means of Collective Communication, Patrick M. Jenlink and Bela H. Banathy, Editors, Plenum US, 2004. 
  6. "Relations Are Rational: Toward An Economic Anthropology Of Schooling," No Education Without Relation, Charles Bingham and Alexander Sidorkin, Editors, New York: Peter Lang, 2004.
  7. "A Case for a Pedagogy of Relation," No Education Without Relation, Charles Bingham and Alexander Sidorkin, Editors, New York: Peter Lang, 2004.
  8. Управление воспитательной системой школы: Проблемы и решения [Managing A Building-wide Educational System: Issues and Solutions] (Co-author, V.A.Karakovskii, L.I.Novikova, N.L.Selivanova, Ye.I. Sokolova, Editors). Moscow: Pedagogicheskoye obshchestvo Rossii, 1999.
  9. “Воспитательные системы сегодня” [Educational systems today] (With L.K.Balyasnaya, V.A.Karakovskii, L.A.Pikova, T.V.Tsyrlina), Теория и практика воспитательных систем [Educational Systems’ Theory and Practice], Moscow: Institute for Educational Theory and Comparative Education, 1993. Volume I, 55-106.

PEER-REFEREED PAPERS 

  1. "Прагматический либерализм и модернизация воспитания" [The Pragmatic Liberalism and the Modernization of Vospitaniye], Вопросы Образования 2, 2014, 279-298.
  2. "Idolaters, Iconoclasts, and Iconophiles: The Productive Ideal and Philosophy of Education." Philosophy of Education, 2014, 302-310.
  3. "Профессиональная подготовка учителей в США:  уроки для России" [Teacher training in the US: Lessons for Russia], Вопросы Образования 1, 2013: 136-155.
  4. "The Russian Method," Other Education 1/1, 2012: 61-78.
  5. Mad hatters, jackbooted managers, and the massification of higher education,” Educational Theory 62/4, 2012: 487-500. 
  6. Are schools improvable? A rumination on positionality,” Philosophy of Education 2010, Urbana, Illinois: Philosophy of Education Society, 2010, 278-285. 
  7. "John Dewey: A case of educational utopianism," Philosophy of Education 2009, Urbana, Illinois: Philosophy of Education Society, 2009: 191-199.
  8. What do we want them to want to do? Against intrinsic motivation,” Proceedings of the 11th Biennial Conference Education and Multicultural Education, August 9-12, 2008, Kyoto University: 337-346. 
  9. "Is Schooling a Consumer Good?: A Case Against School Choice, But Not the One You Had in Mind," in Barbara Stengel, Ed. Philosophy of Education 2007, Urbana, IL: Philosophy of Education Society, 2007: 75-83.
  10. Human Capital and Labor of Learning: A Case of Mistaken Identity,” Educational Theory, 57/2, 2007, 159-170.
  11. "The New Slavery, or Chrysalization of Class", Philosophy of Education 2006, Urbana, Illinois: Philosophy of Education Society, 2006, 417-425. Перевод на русский
  12. "The student error," Philosophy of Education 2005. Urbana, Illinois: Philosophy of Education Society, 2005, 137-145. 
  13. "Chayanov’s Rule and School Reform," Philosophical Studies in Education 36, 2005, 67-76.
  14. In the Event of Learning,” Educational Theory 54/3, 2004, 251-62. 
  15. "Panopticon of the Second Kind: Self-Reforming During the Era of Excellence," Journal of Thought, Summer 2004, 17-33. 
  16. The unlikely faces of professional development in urban schools: Preparing at-risk students and colleges for each other,” (with John Fischer, Lynne Hamer, Lucy Long, Julie McArthur, Art Samel, and Judith Zimmerman) Educational Horizons 83/3, Spring 2004, 203-212. 
  17. Student Labor and Evolution of Education,” World Futures 60/3, 2004, 183-194.
  18. “Lyotard and Bakhtin: Engaged Diversity in Education,” The Interchange 33/1, 2002, 85-97.
  19. Aesthetics and the Paradox of Educational Relation,” (with Charles Bingham) Journal of Philosophy of Education 35, Issue 1, February 2001, 21-30.
  20. Labor of Learning,” Educational Theory 51/1, Winter 2001, 91-108.
  21. Authoritarianism and Democracy in Soviet Schools: A Tale of John Dewey’s Ideas and the Woman Who Brought down the Berlin Wall,” East/West Education 19, 1998-2000, 121-130.
  22. Toward a Pedagogy of Relation,” Philosophical Studies in Education 32, 2000, 9-14.
  23. Dialogue with Evil,” Journal of Thought 34/3, Fall 1999, 9-19.
  24. The Fine Art of Sitting on Two Stools: Multicultural Education Between Postmodernism and Critical Theory,” Studies on Philosophy and Education 18/3, 1999,143-155.
  25. Redefinition of Plurality: On the Value of Double Messages,” Education and Society 16/1, 1998, 99-104.
  26. Authenticity-Dialogicality-Recognition: An Improbable Journey,” Philosophical Studies in Education, 1997, 83-90.
  27. Carnival and Third Places: Pedagogies of Neither Care, Nor Justice,“ Educational Theory 47/2, Spring 1997, 229-238.
  28. The Pedagogy of the Interhuman,” Philosophy of Education 1995. Urbana, Illinois: Philosophy of Education Society, 1995, 412-419. 

BOOK REVIEWS 

  1. “Review of Journey into Dialogic Pedagogy (Eugene Matusov),” Power and Education 2/1, 2010: 109-111.
  2. “Schools of Recognition: Identity Politics and Classroom Practices,” Review of Charles Bingham, Schools of Recognition. Educational Studies 34/1, Spring 2003: 102-105.
  3. "Democracy, education, and antipodes." Review of Creating and Managing the Democratic School by J.Chapman, I.Froumin, and D.Aspin, Eds., East-West Education, Volume 17, Spring and Fall 1996, Numbers 1 and 2: 135-38. 

EDITOR REVIEWED PAPERS 

  1. "Общественно-педагогическая практика в одном американском вузе: О пользе добровольно-принудительной практики," Теория и практика психолого-социальной работы в современном обществеМатериалы Всероссийской заочной научно-практической конференции. Нижегородский государственный университет им. Н.И. Лобачевского», Арзамасский филиал, 2013, 71-74.
  2. The institution and the virtuePhilosophy of Education 2012, 439-441. 
  3. Социальное воспитание в гонке образований [Social Education in the Global Educational Race], Стратегия и ресурсы социального воспитания: вызовы XXI века. Материалы Международной научно-практической конференции в рамках VI Сибирского педагогического семинара. [Strategies and resources of social education: The XXI century's challenges], г. Новосибирск / Под общ. ред. Т.А. Ромм, И.В. Хромовой. – Новосибирск: изд. НГПУ, 2012. – Т. 1. – С. 133 – 141.
  4. “Syllabus, the Genre,” editorial at Syllabus, 2012/1/1.
  5. “Doomed to Act: Why Postmodern Education May Be Impossible, Not Just (Im)possible,” Philosophy of Education, 2011, 280-282.
  6. On the Essence of EducationStudies in Philosophy and Education 30/5, 2011: 521-527.
  7. "Response to Frank Margonis' Review of Labor of Learning: Market and the Next Generation of Educational Reform," Studies in Philosophy and Education 29/6, 2010: 577-578.
  8. Феномен Листпеда с точки зрения дискретности воспитания [The Listped phenomenon as a case of discrete education],” Магия Листпеда: Педагогические принципы адаптационного сбора студентов [Listped magic: The educational foundation of the adaptive retreat for freshmen], N.P. Anijnikeeva, Т.А. Romm eds., Novosibirsk, NSPU Publishing, 2010: 34 - 38. 
  9. “Как перевести непереводимое: российская традиция воспитания и перспективы глобализации образования [Translating the untranslatable: The Russian character education tradition and perspectives of globalization],” Воспитание: традиции и перспективы [Traditions and perspectives of character education]. Proceedings of the Fifth Siberian Education Seminar, Novosibirsk, Russia, March 17 - 19 2010): Volume 1. Novosibirsk, NSPU Publishing, 2010: 24 - 26.
  10. “Mentorship program essential for new teachers,” Greeley Tribune, April 10, 2008, A8.
  11. "Compliance without paternalism," Philosophy of Education, 2008. Urbana, Illinois: Philosophy of Education Society, 78-80.
  12. “Будущее воспитания и воспитание будущего, [The future of education and education of the future],” Воспитательная работа в школе [Community education in schools], 2008, 3: 24-26.
  13. “Нерыночная экономика школы” [The non-market economy of schooling], Narodnoye Obrazovaniye [People’s Education] 10, 2008: 223-231. 
  14. “Spinoza or Spanish?” Straw Poll Contribution, The Philosophers’ Magazine Volume 38, 2007, 10. 
  15. “Факультет ненужных вещей: Смысл и основная проблема воспитания.” [Faculty of useless things: Meaning and the core problem of education]. Новые Ценности Образования: Контексты и подтексты образования. [New Educational Values: Contexts and Subtexts of Education] 5-6/29-30, 2006: 43-48.
  16. “Театральность школы” [The theatrality of schooling], Na Putiakh k Novoy Shkole 1, 2004, 3-6.
  17. “Российская теория воспитания в контексте мирового образования” [The Russian character education theory in the global educational context], Живая педагогика: Открытость, культура, наука, образование [The Living Pedagogy: Openness, culture, scholarship, education], Moscow: Narodnoye Obrazovanie, 2004, 61-67.
  18. "Педагогическая наука и образовательная практика: Экономическая антропология школы" [Educational research and educational practice: The Economic Anthropology of Schooling], Живая Педагогика: Открытость. Культура. Наука. Образование [Pedagogy, Alive: Openness. Culture. Scholarship. Education], Moscow: Narodnoe Obrazovanie, 2004, 244-247 18. "Эволюционная теория коллективного воспитания," [An evolutionary theory of the collective education], Na Putiakh k Novoy Shkole 5, 2003, 41-43.
  19. "Cold Calling and the Wonderful World of Relations," Philosophy of Education, 2003. Urbana, Illinois: Philosophy of Education Society, 204-207.
  20. “Школа отношений” [School of Relationship], with Alexei Spirin, Narodnoe obrazovanie 1326/3, Spring 2003, 92-97.
  21. “Alas, Poor Hamlet – or Identity Crisis for Dummies,” Philosophy of Education, 1998. Urbana, Illinois: Philosophy of Education Society, 1998, 269-71.
  22. “К вопросу о развитии понятия воспитательная система школы” [On development of the concept of School-wide Educational System], Klassnyi Rukovoditel. 1997, Volume 2, 23-28.
  23. “The Glass Bead Game,” Philosophy of Education, 1996, 315-7.
  24. “К вопросу о развитии понятия воспитательная система школы” [Toward development of the educational system concept], Методология, теория и практика воспитательных систем: поиск продолжается [Methodology, Theory and Practice of Educational Systems: Inquiry Continued], Moscow: Research Institute for Theory of Education and Pedagogy, 1996, 28-33.
  25. “Диалог в воспитании” [Dialogue in Education]. Народное образование, 1995. Numbers 8-9, 110-114.
  26. “Диалог в воспитании: к постановке проблемы” [Dialogue in Education: Framing the Problem], Гуманизация образования [Humanization of Education]. 2/1995, 9-16.
  27. “The Communard Movement in Russia,” East-West Education, Volume 16, Fall 1995, Number 2: 148-59.
  28. “Единство организованности и общинности как условие становления и развития гуманистической воспитательной системы школы” [Linking Organization and Community for Building a Humanistic School]. Воспитательная система массовой школы: проблемы гуманизации [Public schools: Humanization Issues]. Moscow: Research Institute for Theory and History of Education, 1992, 22-28.
  29. “Процесс развития воспитательной системы школы. Его закономерности.” [Development of School-wide Educational System: Patterns and Regularities]. Воспитательная система учебного заведения [Educational System of a Learning Organization]. Moscow: USSR Federal Committee for Public Education, 1992, 14-29.
  30. “Рождение Николаевского научно-практического центра 'Воспитательная система школы.” [Nikolaev”Holistic School” Research-and-Training Center]. Воспитательная система школы [Holistic School]. Moscow: Pedagogicheskoe Obshchestvo RSFSR, 1991: 27-48.
  31. “Воспитательная Система – Школа Караковского”[Karakovsky's Holistic School]. Narodnoe Obrazovanie, 10/1991: 42-48.
  32. “Процесс развития воспитательной системы школы” [Evolution of a Holistic School] Sovetskaya Pedagogika, 11/1991: 65-69.
  33. Методологический синтез теории и истории педагогики в исследовании воспитательных систем [Methodological Synthesis of Theory and History of Education in Holistic School Research]. Воспитательная система школы: история и современность [Holistic School: History and Present Time] Vladimir: P. I. Lebedev-Poliansky Teachers College, 1990, 8-10.
  34. “Воспитательный процесс и воспитательная система” [Educational Process and the Holistic School] Методология и методы современных педагогических исследований [Methodology and Methods of Contemporary Educational Research]. Moscow: Academy of Educational Sciences, 1989, 10-12.
  35. “Соотношение объяснения и понимания в период кризиса одной из специальных наук” [Explanation and Understanding in One Social Science’s Crisis] Объяснение и понимание в специальных общественных науках [The Explanation and Understanding in Social Sciences]. Moscow: Institute of Philosophy, 1989, 171-179.
  36. “Общее, особенное и единичное в развитии воспитательной системы школы” [The Universal, the Particular, and the Singular in the Development of a Holistic School]. Воспитательная система учебного заведения как объект педагогического управления [Pedagogical Management of School's Educational System]. Proceedings of the All-Union Conference, V.1. Riga: Latvian State University, 1989, 15-17.
  37. “Игровой аспект воспитания” [The Play-like Dimension of Education]. Игра в воспитательном процессе [Play in Educational Process]. Novosibirsk: NGPI, 1989, 62-80.
  38. “К вопросу о сущности воспитания: Игровой аспект воспитательного взаимодействия” [On the Essence of Education: Play-like Aspects of the Educational Interaction]. Теоретико-методологичечские проблемы образования в условиях становления системы непрерывного образования [Theoretical and Methodological Educational Issues in the Development of a Continuous Education System]. Moscow: Academy of Educational Sciences, 1988, 96-98.
  39. “О сущности педагогических явлений” [On the Essence of Educational Phenomena]. Педагогическая наука в условиях перестройки [Educational Theory and Perestroika]. Moscow: Russian Educational Society, 1988, 65-69.

PRESENTATIONS

Invited

  1. “The institution and the virtue,” Philosophy of Education Society Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, March 2012.
  2. Doomed to Act: Why Postmodern Education May Be Impossible, Not Just (Im)possible,” Philosophy of Education Society Annual Meeting, Saint Louis, March 2011.
  3. “How to translate the untranslatable,” Character Education Today: Russian and International Experience. International Seminar, Novosibirsk, Russia, March 30-April 2 2009. Invited Speaker 
  4. “Martin Buber” meets Martin Buber, Philosophy of Education Society Annual Meeting, Toronto, ON, March 2004. 
  5. "The Economic Anthropology of Schooling," Presidential Address at Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society Annual Conference, Dayton, OH, September 2003. 
  6. "Cold Calling and the Wonderful World of Relations," Philosophy of Education Society Annual Meeting, Miami, FL, 2003. 
  7. "The Economic Mechanisms in the Development of Educational Systems," Invitational Round Table Russian Educational Theory Today: A Dialogue of Concepts, Ulyanovsk, Russia, June-July 2003. Invited speaker. 
  8. University of Washington, Seattle, Relational Pedagogies Invitational Conference, May 2003. Invited author. 
  9. “The Glass Bead Game,” Philosophy of Education Society Annual Meeting, Houston, TX, March-April 1996. 

Refereed 

  1. “Are schools improvable? A rumination on positionality,” Philosophy of Education Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, April 2010. 
  2. “John Dewey: A case of educational utopianism,” Philosophy of Education Society Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada, March 2009.
  3. “What do we want them to want to do? Against intrinsic motivation,” 11th Biennial Conference Education and Multicultural Education, Kyoto, Japan, August 2008. 
  4. “Is Schooling a Consumer Good?: A Case Against School Choice, But Not the One You Had in Mind, “ Philosophy of Education Society Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, April 2007. 
  5. “The New Slavery, or Chrysalization of Class,” Philosophy of Education Society Annual Meeting, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, April 2006. 
  6. “The Student Error,” Philosophy of Education Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco , California, March 2005. 
  7. “School reform and the problem of student underperformance” Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Annual Conference, Dayton, OH, October 2004. 
  8. “Russian Theory of Vospitanie in the Global Context” Russian Education Theory Today: Conceptual Dialogue, Ulyanovsk, Russia, June-July 2003. 
  9. “Pedagogy of Relation and Carnival,” Seventh Annual Conference on Holidays, Ritual, Festival, Celebration, and Public Display, Bowling Green, Ohio, May, 2003. 
  10. “The God of Useless Things: A Definition of Education,” American Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, April 2003. 
  11. “Carnival, Dialogue and Educational Leadership,” Symposium. University Council for Educational Administration Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, October 2002. 
  12. “Panopticon of the Second Kind: Self-Reforming during the Era of Excellence,” American Educational Studies Association Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, October 2002. 
  13. “Pedagogy of Relation and Educational Practice,” Symposium American Educational Studies Association Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, October 2002. 
  14. “The Labor of Non-Learning,” Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Annual Conference, Dayton, OH, October 2002, 
  15. “Russian Theory of Educational Systems,” Midwest Slavic Conference, Bowling Green, OH, March 2002. 
  16. “A Case for a Pedagogy of Relation,” Symposium. Philosophy of Education Society Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC, April 2002. 
  17. “Pedagogies of Relations,” Symposium. American Educational Studies Association Annual Conference, Miami, Florida, November 2001. 
  18. “Economy of Relations,” American Educational Studies Association Annual Conference, Miami, Florida, November 2001. 
  19. “Between Eros and Athena: The Economy of Relations,” Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society Conference, Dayton, OH, September 2001. 
  20. “Russian System’s Theory: Relation and Activity,” American Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, April 2001. 
  21. “Carnival and Chaos” American Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, April 2001. 
  22. “Soviet Education and Progressivism,” American Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, April 2001. 
  23. “The Existential Problem of Education,” American Educational Studies Association Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC, November 2000. 
  24. “Beyond Student “Voice” and “Power”: Education as Authorship” (with Charles Bingham), American Educational Studies Association Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC, November 2000. 
  25. “Classroom as Novel,” Institute for Democracy in Education Conference, Athens, OH, October 2000 
  26. “Toward a Pedagogy of Relation,” Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society conference, Dayton, Ohio, September 2000. 
  27. “The Great Curse of Education,” Northwest/Farwest Philosophy of education conference, Vancouver, BC, June 2000, 
  28. “The Paradox of Agency in Education,” Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society conference, Dayton, Ohio, October 1999. 
  29. “Resistant Political Literacies and the Role of Education in Democratic Struggles in Russia and South Africa,” (with Prof. Aslam Fataar), Institute for Democracy in Education Conference, October, 1999. 
  30. “Dialogue with Evil,” Association for Moral Education Conference, Minneapolis, MN, November 1999. 
  31. “Authenticity-Dialogicality-Recognition: An Improbable Journey,” Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society conference, Cincinnati, Ohio, October 1997. 
  32. “On the Inconsistency of a Moral Message,” Association for Moral Education Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, November 1997. 
  33. “Integrity, Authenticity and Other Over-Advertised Commodities: Towards the Dialogical Concept of the Self,” Association for Moral Education Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada, November 1996. 
  34. “A Woman Who Brought Down the Berlin Wall,” Association for Moral Education Annual Conference, New York, NY, November 1995. 
  35. “The Pedagogy of the Interhuman,” Philosophy of Education Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, March-April 1995. 
  36. “Civic Community for Moral Education.,” Association for Moral Education Annual Conference, Banff, Alberta, November 1994. 
  37. “Moral Education in Russia,” Symposium, Association for Moral Education Annual Conference, Athens, GA, November 1991.

GRANTS

  1. 2012. $50,000. Common Core Standards and College Preparedness in Rhode Island, Rhode Island Office of Higher Education
  2. 2012. $3,000. Linkage Grant, The Eurasia Foundation
  3. 2007. $160,000. Reading in the Social Studies Project: Teaching Reading in Civics, Economics, Geography and History grant (Co-PI)
  4. 2005. $36,000. Civics Mosaic, Regional coordinator for the State of Ohio and Toledo region.
  5. 2005. $4,800. Improving Literacy through  Service Learning, Partnerships for Community Actions Grant (Co-director, budget administrator)
  6. 2004. $37,000. Civics Mosaic, Civic Education Exchange Program Regional Coordinator.
  7. 2002. $25,000. Ohio Learning Network Implementation Grant, (co-PI)
  8. 2002. $12,000. Ohio Learning Network Readiness Grant, (co-PI)
  9. 2002. $7,000. Undoing the Digital Divide: Infusing Technology in a Social Foundations of Education Course, PICT Project Grant (co-PI)
  10. 2001. $6,000. Manifesto of Relational Pedagogy, National Academy of Education Collaborative Project Grant (co-PI, budget administrator)
  11. 2001. $14,190. Pedagogy of Relation: Mutuality, Authority, And Polyphony, Spencer Foundation Small Research Grant
  12. 2001. $10,00. Using Web Technology to Overcome Fragmentation of a Multi-Sectioned Course, Bowling Green State University Tech Grant (co-PI)
  13. 1999. $6,000. Progressive Prehistory of Soviet Education,  National Academy of Education Collaborative Project Grant (co-PI)
  14. 1997. $40,000. Monologism in Education, National Academy of Education/Spencer Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship