Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations (ELC) Department
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- Philosophy of education
- Interdisciplinary philosophical investigations into: Autism/Disability Studies, Buddhist and psychoanalytic thought in education, digital culture/technology and education
- Phenomenology and phenomenological studies
- University of Wisconsin-Madison, Ph.D. Curriculum & Instruction/Interdisciplinary Studies in Curriculum Theory
- Harlem Family Institute, New York City, Diploma/Certificate of Completion, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
- Union Theological Seminary, M.Div Religious and Philosophic Dimensions of Education
- University of Wisconsin-Madison, M.A. Educational Policy Studies/Philosophy of Education
- University of California-Berkeley, A.B. Philosophy
Glenn M. Hudak is a Professor in ELC, where his research interests revolve around interdisciplinary studies in philosophy of education. Currently this includes “Hans Asperger and the Framing of Autism,” in Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory, as well as articles on the education and the essence of education, including, “Education and the Essence of Technology,” in Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education. He is currently working on a book that explores how autism can ‘speaks back’ and inform current conceptualizations of education and schooling. He is co-chair of the Disability SIG, the Philosophy of Education Society.
Hudak, Glenn M., (in review), “The Janus face of Autism: Arendt’s ‘Between’ as the Excluded Middle,” Philosophy of Education Society.
Hudak, Glenn M. (in progress, book manuscript). The Event of Autism: Accidental Readings.
Hudak, Glenn M. (contract signed, 2016), “Education and the Essence of Technology,” in Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education, George Noblit (ed.) New York: Oxford University Press.
Hudak, Glenn M. (in progress, 2016), “Hans Asperger and the Framing of Autism,” in Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory, Michael Peters (ed.) New York: Springer Publ.
Hudak, Glenn M. (in progress, 2016), “Leaving Safe Harbors: Dennis Carlson’s Philosophic Journey,” Shirley Steinberg (ed.), Dennis Carlson, New York: Peter Lang.
Reddy, Saras and Hudak, M. Glenn, (2015) “Philosophical Dialogue with Children: Essays on Theory and Practice,” Teachers College Record.
Hudak, Glenn M., (in press, 2015), “When nothing happens: Autos, Autism and “Disabled” Technology.” In Eduardo Duarte (ed.), Philosophy of Education 2015 Annual Yearbook.
Hudak, G. M. (2013), “Contiguous Autism & Philosophic Advocacy: Socialization, Subjectification & The Onus of Responsibility.” In Cris Mayo (ed.), Philosophy of Education Society 2013 Annual Yearbook, pages 379-387.
Hudak, Glenn M, (2012), “An Introduction to: Philosophizing Learning for Democracy.” In Learning for Democracy: A Journal of Thought and Practice, Vol. 4, no. 3.
Hudak, Glenn M. (2011), “On the Commerce of Disability and the Advocacy of Philosophy for Educators” In Philosophy of Education Society 2011 Annual Yearbook pages 223-225.
Hudak, Glenn M. (2011),”Thinking Purpel Outside the Western Frame: Or, Do Zen Buddhists get Morally Outraged?” In The South Atlantic Philosophy of Education Society 2010 Annual Yearbook.
Hudak, Glenn M. (2011), “Alone in the Presence of Others: Autistic Sexuality & Intimacy Reconsidered” In D. Carlson & D. Roseboro (eds.), Youth, Culture & Sexuality. New York: Peter Lang.
Hudak, Glenn M. (2010), “The Miracle of Authorship as a Moment of Truth: A Letter to Maxine Greene.” In Robert Lake (ed.), Letters to Maxine Greene. New York: Teachers College Press.
Hudak, Glenn M. (2010), “The Idiosyncratic, Playing & Rorty’s Brand of Philosophizing.” In Gert Biesta (ed.), Philosophy of Education Society 2010 Annual Yearbook, 223-225.
Hudak, Glenn M. (2010), “Taking Responsibility for the Unconscious and Caputo’s Notion of Religion-Without-Religion.” In D. Chapman (ed.), Examining Social Theory: Teaching Across Borders. New York: Peter Lang.
Hudak, Glenn, M. (2010), “Snacking on the Moment: The Drama of Working through Oppression with Youth.” In P. Duffy and E. Vettraino (eds.), Youth and Theatre of the Oppressed, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.