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Lynn Fendler

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Professor Emeritus

Lynn Fendler was a professor of teacher education. Her internationally oriented research explored the ethics of knowledge. Using philosophical and historiographic approaches, she examines the ways knowledge can perpetuate inequities and social injustices. Lynn taught courses in curriculum theory, philosophy of education, World Languages, and humanities-oriented research. She focused on educational practices and has published on the history of the bell curve, Foucault's genealogy, Ranciere's ethics, presentism, non-representational theory, and the philosophy of food.