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Bradley Rowe

Research Interests:
Social foundations of education; philosophy of education; food studies; food justice education; animal studies & animal ethics; existential literature & educational thought

Selected Research and/or Creative Work:
Selected Scholarship Activity:

Rowe, B. (2016). Challenging anthropocentrism in education: Posthumanist intersectionality and gastro-aesthetic pedagogy. In S. Rice & A.G. Rud (Eds.), The educational significance of human-animal interactions: Blurring the species line. New York: Palgrave.

Rowe, B, & Rocha, S. (2015). School lunch is not a meal: Posthuman eating as folk phenomenology. Educational Studies, 51 (6), 482-496

Rowe, B. (2014). American Emerson: A response to the discourse theme. In N. Wane, F. A. Adyanga, & A. Ali Ilmi (Eds.), Spiritual discourse in the academy: A globalized indigenous perspective, (pp. 221-236). New York: Peter Lang.

Rowe, B. (2013). Frankenstein, monsters, and science education: The need for broad-based educational policy. In M. Mueller, D. Tippins, & A. Stewart (Eds.), A guide to legislation and school policy in science education: Assessing schools for generation R (Responsibility), (pp. 363-375). New York: Springer.

Rowe, B. (2012). Food, habit, and the consumption of animals as educational encounter. In C. Ruitenberg (Ed.) Philosophy of Education 2012, (pp. 210-218). Urbana, IL: Philosophy of Education Society.

Rowe, B. (2011). Understanding animals-becoming-meat: A disturbing education. Critical Education, 2 (7), 1-25.

Rowe, B. (2010). What’s wrong with genetic engineering? Ethics, socio-scientific issues, and education. In D. Tippins, M. Mueller, M. Eijck, & J. Adams (Eds.), Cultural studies and environmentalism: The confluence of ecojustice, place-based (science) education, and indigenous knowledge systems, (pp. 129-136). New York: Springer.

Warnick, B., Rowe, B., & Kim, S. (2009). Student rights, Justice Clarence Thomas, and the revolutionary vision of education. Educational Theory, 59 (2), 145-165.



Grant Awarded: Culture & Animals Foundation ($3,000), 2010

Courses Taught:
EDST 250 Topical Foundations in Educational Studies
EDST 215 Human Diversity in Educational Communities
EDST 100 Foundations of Education
INTG 101 Introduction to Liberal Arts

Education:
Ph.D. Ohio State University 2012
M.A. Ohio State University 2010
M.S. University of Dayton 2006
B.A. Wright State University 2004

Contact Info:
Office: Rm 214 Wallace Hall
Email: browe@monmouthcollege.edu