Congratulations to Dr. Kate Cairns, recipient of the Presidential Fellowship for Teaching Excellence

Please join in congratulating Dr. Kate Cairns who has been awarded a Presidential Fellowship for Teaching Excellence as one of the university’s most distinguished young faculty members. This award is bestowed in recognition of her outstanding teaching accomplishments in her years at Rutgers.  Few of these are awarded system-wide every year and Kate clearly is … Continue reading Congratulations to Dr. Kate Cairns, recipient of the Presidential Fellowship for Teaching Excellence

PhD Student Elisabeth Yang recently published a chapter in ‘The Person at the Crossroads: A Philosophical Approach’

Elisabeth Yang, PhD student, recently published her chapter, “Horace Bushnell’s notion of the essentia organica in ‘Christian Nurture’ and his child-centered anthropology,” in James Beauregard, Giusy Gallo, Claudia Stancati, eds. The Person at the Crossroads: A Philosophical Approach (Vernon Press, 2020). The Person at the Crossroads: A Philosophical Approach brings together scholars from around the world … Continue reading PhD Student Elisabeth Yang recently published a chapter in ‘The Person at the Crossroads: A Philosophical Approach’

Dr. Dan Cook announces the publication of the SAGE Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood Studies

About five years ago, Dan Cook recalls, he began leading an editorial team on a mission to create the premiere reference work for the burgeoning, global field of childhood studies.   Fast forward to the present day, as the Rutgers University–Camden researcher announces the publication of the major, field-defining work – The SAGE Encyclopedia of … Continue reading Dr. Dan Cook announces the publication of the SAGE Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood Studies