Editors’ Introduction: The Book, The Conference and Fighting Back; Ruth Heilbronn, Christine Doddington and Rupert Higham
Part 1 - Dewey, Experience and Technology.
1, Preserving Rich Experience in The Digital Age; Bob Coulter,
2, The Emergence of Makerspaces, Hackerspaces and Fab Labs: Dewey’s Democratic Communities of The 21st Century?; Sally Eaves and Stephen Harwood
3, Constructing Creative Democracy at School by Reading the Classics: A Dialogue Between Martha Nussbaum and John Dewey; Gonzalo Jover, Rosario González Martín, Juan Luis Fuentes
Part 2 – Dewey, Experience and Bodies.
4, Dewey and The Alexander Technique: Lessons in Mind-Body Learning; Charlotte Woods, Malcolm Williamson and Jenny Fox Eades,
5, Black Bodies in Schools: Dewey’s Democratic Provision for Participation Confronts the Challenges of ‘Fundamental Plunder; Sue Ellen Henry and Kathleen Knight Abowitz
6, Education in The Open: The Somaesthetic Value of Being Outside; Christine Doddington
Part 3 - Dewey, Experience, Democracy and Education.
7, Dewey and The Democratic Curriculum; Neil Hopkins
8, Dewey Anticipates Habermas’s Paradigm of Communication: The Critique of Individualism and The Basis for Moral Authority in Democracy and Education; Brian Dotts
9, The Role of the Educators’ Disposition and Mental Processes in A Student’s Experience of Democracy; Victoria Door and Clare Wilkinson
10, Dewey’s Notion of Interest: Antithetic to or Sympathetic with Educational Development?; Valentine Ngalim
Epilogue – Gert Biesta