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Ivan Illich

Ivan Illich

THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ILLICH STUDIES

 

A message from Clayton Pierce

Greetings colleagues!

It is with great pleasure that I announce the inaugural publication of The International Journal of Illich Studies (ISSN 1948-4666 / DOI 10.4198), which is freely available online at: http://ivan-illich.org/journal <goog_1257009656050>.  The first issue’s Table of Contents is enclosed below for your convenience.

The International Journal of Illich Studies is a non-profit, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed publication dedicated to engaging and extending the thought and writing of Ivan Illich and his circle. We will publish twice yearly, and are currently accepting submissions for April, 2010.

Articles are invited on any subject that intersects with the wide range of IIlich’s ideas, or that represent a version of the social critique for which he became famous on matters such as modern developmentalism, industrialized “progress,” institutional bureaucratization, the heuristic role played by historical consciousness, the privatization / publicization of the lay commons, and the necessity of making moral responses in the face of our worldly crisis.

We are also interested in critical essay reviews of potentially relevant literature and media, as well as personal reflections and stories that document the living tradition associated with Illich and his circle.

Each issue will additionally bring forth rare or previously unavailable archival materials of scholarly and intellectual interest.

Please take a moment to investigate our new journal. I welcome your feedback and look forward to your possible submissions.

Clayton Pierce, Ph.D. (clayton.pierce@utah.edu)
Editor

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International Journal of Illich Studies Vol.1, No.1 (2009)

Table of Contents

Introduction

Introduction to Volume 1, Number 1
Clayton Pierce – pp. 1-3

Articles

Illich’s Table
Daniel Grego – pp. 4-13
Three Invitations
Dana Stuchul – pp. 14-20
Myth Maker, Story Weaver Ivan Illich: On the Rebirth of Epimetheus
Madhu Suri Prakash – pp. 21-27
Understanding the Logic of Educational Encampment: From Illich to Agamben
Tyson Edward Lewis – pp. 28-36
Critical Pedagogy Taking the Illich Turn
Richard Kahn – pp. 37-49

Book Reviews

Review of Everywhere All the Time: A New Deschooling Reader, Edited by Matt Hern
Kirsten Olson – pp. 50-52
Review of The Virtues of Ignorance: Complexity, Sustainability, and the Limits of Knowledge, Edited by Bill Vitek and Wes Jackson
Jason Lukasik – pp. 53-57
Review of Place-Based Education in the Global Age: Local Diversity, Edited by David Gruenewald and Gregory Smith
J. William Hug – pp. 58-61
Review of Escaping Education: Living as Learning in Grassroots Cultures (2nd Edition), By Madhu Suri Prakash and Gustavo Esteva
T. Francene Watson – pp. 62-66

Documents, Letters, and Other Materials

FOIA Request: Declassified FBI Files of Ivan Illich – End Matter

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