David Lewin

Lecturer B

Personal Statement

I am Lecturer in Philosophy of Education at Strathclyde University. I teach across a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes within Education Studies. I am the course Leader for Joint Honours Education, and students on that programme are welcome to contact me at any time by email. My office is also on 2nd floor of Lord Hope and students are also welcome to come along to talk with me (best to make an appointment in case I am out).

 

My research interests include philosophy of education, philosophy of religion and philosophy of technology. I am author of Technology and the Philosophy of Religion (Cambridge Scholars 2011) and have co-edited (with Todd Mei) From Ricoeur to Action: the Socio-Political Significance of Ricoeur’s Thinking (Continuum 2012) and (with Alexandre Guilherme and Morgan White) New Perspectives in Philosophy of Education (Bloomsbury 2014) as well as numerous articles and chapters. I have recently published 'Educational Philosophy for a Post-secular Age' (Routledge, 2016).

 

Current Projects

  • Co-edited book with Simon Podmore and Duane Williams Mystical Theology and Continental Philosophy (Routledge 2017)
  • Chapter for Wiley Handbook (Education in the Post-secular Age)
  • Chapter with Oren Ergas for Springer Handbook (Eastern Philosophy of Education: Confucian; Taoist; Buddhist; Hindu)

Other Recent Publications

 

  • Forthcoming Talks:
  • Nanjing Normal University, China, May 2018
  • University of British Colombia, Canada, June 2018

 

  • Recent Talks:
    • PES Seattle 2017 (TBC)
    • PESGB Oxford 2017 (TBC)
    • Gregynog Conference, 24th-26th Jul 2017
    • Winchester University, 28th Nov 2016
    • Association of University Lecturers in Religious Education, 8th Oct 2016
    • International Network of Philosophers of Education, Warsaw, Poland, 17th Aug 2016
    • Philosophy of Education conference, Tilos, Greece, 3rd Jul 2016
    • Christchurch University, Canterbury, 25th May 2016
    • Leicester People's University, 14th May 2016
    • Philosophy of Education, Toronto, Canada, Mar 2016
    • Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain, Oxford, Apr 2016
    • British Educational Research Association, Leeds, Sep 2016
    • University of Liverpool: 1-3 Jul 2015, Silence: A Semiotics of (in)Significance. Title: Silence and Attention in Education
    • Oxford University: 26th-29th Mar 2015. Philosophy of Education Conference (PESGB) Title: ‘Education without how: the paradoxes of educational and spiritual interventions’
    • Cambridge University: 13th Nov 2014. Philosophy of Education Seminars. Title: ‘Humanising Online Pedagogy: technology, attention and education’

 Research Supervision

I welcome enquiries from potential doctoral students with interests in religion and education, secularism and secularisation, philosophical perspectives on pedagogy and technology 

Research Interests

David's research interests focus on the intersections between philosophy of education, philosophy of religion, and philosophy of technology. He has published articles on wide-ranging topics such as contemplation, attention, hermeneutics, and digital pedagogy.

Current Projects

  • Monograph Educational Philosophy for a Post-secular Age (Routledge 2016)
  • Co-editing with Simon Podmore and Duane Williams ‘Mystical Theology and Continental Philosophy’ (Ashgate 2017)
  • Chapter for Wiley Handbook (Education in the Post-secular Age)
  • Chapter with Oren Ergas for Springer Handbook (Eastern Philosophy of Education: Confucian; Taoist; Buddhist; Hindu)
  • Article with Phil Bamber and Morgan White for Journal of Transformative Education (Dis-Locating the transformative dimension of global citizenship education to internationalise the curriculum for all)

Other Recent Publications

 

  • Forthcoming Talks:
    • Leicester People’s University, May 2016
    • Post-Secular Values and the Sacred Research Group, Canterbury Christ Church University, May 2016
    • International Network of Philosophers of Education, Warsaw, Poland, August 2016
  • Recent Talks:
    • Philosophy of Education, Toronto, Canada, March 2016
    • Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain, Oxford, April 2016
    • British Educational Research Association, Leeds, September 2016
    • University of Liverpool: 1-3 July 2015, Silence: A Semiotics of (in)Significance. Title: Silence and Attention in Education
    • Oxford University: 26th-29th March 2015. Philosophy of Education Conference (PESGB) Title: ‘Education without how: the paradoxes of educational and spiritual interventions’
    • Cambridge University: 13th November2014. Philosophy of Education Seminars. Title: ‘Humanising Online Pedagogy: technology, attention and education’
  • Review work (Journals):
    • Reviewer for British Educational Research Association, Philosophy of Education Special Interest Group
    • Reviewer for The Journal of the Philosophy of Education
    • Reviewer for Educational Philosophy and Theory
    • Reviewer for Journal of Education and Christian Belief
    • Reviewer for Angelaki: The Journal of the Theoretical Humanities
    • Book Review Editor for Medieval Mystical Theology: The Journal of the Eckhart Society
  • Review work (books):
    • Routledge (Philosophy of Technology)
    • Routledge (Philosophy of Education)

 

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    Research areas

  • philosophy, Religions and Spiritualities, Technology, Education, M-Learning, Martin Heidegger, Secularisation , Postsecular, Alternative education, Ethical theory
  1. Pay attention! Exploring contemplative pedagogies between Eckhart and Heidegger

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

  2. (Dis-) Locating the transformative dimension of global citizenship education

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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Activities

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  1. Technology and Human Flourishing

    Activity: Participating in or organising an eventKey-note speaker and plenary lectures at conferences

  2. Journal of Beliefs and Values (Journal)

    Activity: Publication peer-review and editorial workEditorial board member

  3. SERA Conference 2017

    Activity: Participating in or organising an eventParticipation in conference

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David Lewin

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