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The Journal of Aesthetic Education 37.4 (2003) 138-140



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Index to Volume 37


Articles

Aesthetic Experience and Aesthetic Analysis, David E. W. Fenner, 1:40.

Aesthetic Inquiry in Education, Hanan A. Alexander, 2:1.

Aesthetic Understanding as Informed Experience: The Role of Knowledge in Our Art Viewing Experiences, Richard Lachapelle, Deborah Murray, and Sandy Neim,3:78.

Aesthetics, Epistemics, and Feminist Theory, Jane Duran, 1:32.

Alexander, Hanan A., Aesthetic Inquiry in Education, 2:1.

Antonio Gramsci on Surrealism and the Avant-garde, E. San Juan, Jr., 2:31.

Art and Mathematics in Education, Richard Hickman and Peter Huckstep, 1:1.

Terry Barrett, Unifying the Curriculum with an Art Exhibition: In the American Grain, 3:21.

Bogdan, Deanne, Musical Spirituality: Reflections on Identity and the Ethics of Embodied Aesthetic Experience, 2:80.

Boyd, R.D., and S.K. Wertz, Does Film Weaken Spectator Consciousness? 2:73.

Bugged Out, Christopher Perricone, 2:19.

Caranfa, Angelo, Philosophical Silence and Spiritual Awe, 2:99.

Çiçekoglu, Feride, A Pedagogy of Two Ways of Seeing: A Confrontation of "Word and Image" in My Name is Red, 3:1.

Çiçekoglu, Feride, Difference, Visual Narration, and "Point of View" in My Name is Red, 4:124.

Does Film Weaken Spectator Consciousness? R.D. Boyd and S.K. Wertz, 2:73.

Duran, Jane, Aesthetics, Epistemics, and Feminist Theory, 1:32.

Engaging Nature Aesthetically, Joseph H. Kupfer, 1:77.

The Ethics of Care and the Private Woodwind Lesson, Nancy Nourse, 3:58.

Expression, Imagination, and Organic Unity: John Dewey's Aesthetics and Romanticism, David Granger, 2:46.

Fenner, David E. W., Aesthetic Experience and Aesthetic Analysis, 1:40.

From Personal to Social Transaction: A Model of Aesthetic Reading in the Classroom, Mark A. Pike, 2:61.

Granger, David, Expression, Imagination, and Organic Unity: John Dewey's Aesthetics and Romanticism, 2:46.

Hickman, Richard and Peter Huckstep,Art and Mathematics in Education, 1:1.

Huckstep, Peter and Richard Hickman, Art and Mathematics in Education, 1:1.

Humphries, Holle, A Philosophical Inquiry into the Nature of Computer Art, 1:13.

Jeffers, Carol S., Museum as Process, 1:107.

Kupfer, Joseph H., Engaging Nature Aesthetically, 1:77.

Lachapelle, Richard, Deborah Murray, and Sandy Neim, Aesthetic Understanding as Informed Experience: The Role of Knowledge in Our Art Viewing Experiences, 3:78.

Lavender, Randall, The Subordination of Aesthetic Fundamentals in College Art Instruction,3:41.

McMahon, Cliff G., The Sign System in Chinese Landscape Paintings, 1:64. [End Page 138]

Movement Class as an Integrative Experience: Academic, Cognitive, and Social Effects,Svetlana Nikitina, 1:54.

Murray, Deborah, Richard Lachapelle, and Sandy Neim, Aesthetic Understanding as Informed Experience: The Role of Knowledge in Our Art Viewing Experiences, 3:78.

Museum as Process, Carol S. Jeffers, 1:107.

Musical Spirituality: Reflections on Identity and the Ethics of Embodied Aesthetic Experience, Deanne Bogdan, 2:80.

Neim, Sandy, Deborah Murray, and Richard Lachapelle, Aesthetic Understanding as Informed Experience: The Role of Knowledge in Our Art Viewing Experiences, 3:78.

Nikitina,Svetlana, Movement Class as an Integrative Experience: Academic, Cognitive, and Social Effects, 1:54.

Nourse, Nancy, The Ethics of Care and the Private Woodwind Lesson 3:58.

A Pedagogy of Two Ways of Seeing: A Confrontation of "Word and Image" in My Name is Red, Feride Çiçekoglu, 3:1.

Perricone, Christopher, Bugged Out, 2:19.

A Philosophical Inquiry into the Nature of Computer Art, Holle Humphries, 1:13.

Philosophical Silence and Spiritual Awe, Angelo Caranfa, 2:99.

Pike, Mark A., From Personal to Social Transaction: A Model of Aesthetic Reading in the Classroom,2:61.

San Juan, Jr., E., Antonio Gramsci on Surrealism and the Avant-garde, 2:31.

Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, and the Aesthetically Sublime, Bart Vandenabeele, 1:90.

The Sign System in Chinese Landscape Paintings, Cliff G.McMahon, 1:64.

The Subordination of Aesthetic Fundamentals in College Art Instruction, Randall Lavender, 3:41.

Symposium: Aesthetic Education in Japan Today, 4:1.

Introduction: Japanese Arts and Aesthetic Education, Akio Okazaki and Kazuyo Nakamura; A Historical Overview of Art Education in Japan, Kingo Masuda; The Concept of Freedom in Art Education in Japan, Takuya Kaneda; Restriction and Individual Expression in...

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ISSN
1543-7809
Print ISSN
0021-8510
Pages
pp. 138-140
Launched on MUSE
2003-11-19
Open Access
No
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