Articles by Stephen Bloch-Schulman

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Bloch-Schulman’s essay wins honorable mention in 2012 Lenssen Prize

February 16, 2012

The American Association of Philosophy Teachers has selected "When the 'Best Hope' Is Not So Hopeful, What Then? Democratic Thinking, Democratic Pedagogies, and Higher Education," Journal of Speculative Thought, 24:4 by Stephen Bloch-Schulman, associate professor of philosophy, as an honorable mention for the 2012 Lenssen Prize.

Maggie Castor (’12) and Bloch-Schulman present at AAC&U annual meeting

February 16, 2012

Along with four other members of the Elon Research Seminar on Engaged Undergraduate Learning (ERS), Maggie Castor, a senior philosophy major, and Stephen Bloch-Schulman, an associate professor of philosophy, presented "Teaching Democratic Thinking" at the annual meeting of the Associate of American Colleges and Universities, January 26 in Washington D.C.

Bloch-Schulman presents at, becomes coordinator of, Hannah Arendt Circle

April 27, 2010

Stephen Bloch-Schulman, assistant professor of philosophy, presented his paper, "Arendt’s Perspective Change: Exploring the Impact of Adolf Eichmann’s Trial on Hannah Arendt’s View of Responsibility" at the fourth independent meeting of the Hannah Arendt Circle at DePaul University (Chicago), April 17.