Academic Articles

Below is a list of academic articles and book reviews I've published in journals. I've also provided hyperlinks to those that are available freely online. Click here to for a description of projects I'm currently working on.

Academic Articles:

Gray, P., Riley, G., & Currie-Knight, K. (2021). Former Students' Evaluations of Experiences at a Democratic School: Roles of the Democratic Processes, Staff, and the Community of Students. Other Education-the journal of educational alternatives, 10(2), 4-25.

Currie-Knight, K., Zambone, A. M., & Mock R. (2020). "I Thought There was Going to Be a Catch": A Qualitative Study of How College Students Acclimate to a Course that Uses Self-Directed Learning. International Journal of Self-Directed Learning, 17(2), 33-49.

Currie-Knight, Kevin. (2020) “‘Yes, But…’ Yes, And…” - A Sympathetic Challenge (and Reframing) of Matusov’s ‘The Right for Freedom Education.’” Dialogic Pedagogy: An International Online Journal 8: 65–70.

Currie-Knight, K. (2019) “In Praise of Illegible Learning: Reasons for and Difficulties of Challenging Artificially-Ordered Schooling.” Journal of Unschooling and Alternative Education 13, no. 26 : 25.

Currie-Knight, K. (2019). Why Markets May Best Promote Care in Education. Journal of Markets & Morality, 22(1).

Currie-Knight, K. (2012). Education, Decentralization, and the Knowledge Problem: A Hayekian Case for Decentralized Education. Philosophical Studies in Education, 43, 117–127.

Currie-Knight, K. (2011). The [other] half of knowledge”: John Dewey, Michael Oakeshott, and parallel critiques of rationalism in education. Bajo Palabra, 6, 63–72.

Academic Book Reviews:

Currie-Knight, K. (2018). Review of Bryan Caplan’s The Case Against Education. Journal of Value Inquiry, 1–6.

Currie-Knight, K. (2017). Review of The knowledge illusion: Why we never think alone. Education Review, 24.

Currie-Knight, K. (2016). Review of "Rethinking thought: Inside the minds of creative scientists. Education Review, 23.

Currie-Knight, K. (2016). The Prize: Who’s in Charge of America’s Schools? The Cato Journal, 36(1), 191-.