This area is a place to find The Maxine Greene Library, a repository for Dr. Greene's papers, speeches, articles, books and video; as well as listings of works about Maxine Greene, Aesthetic Education and about Social Imagination.

This collection includes works written by Maxine Greene as well works about her and works inspired by her life and works.

If you are interested in finding out more about Maxine’s personal library please visit the Maxine Greene Lehman Collection.

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Bibliographic information and, in certain cases linked access to various artifacts and works written by Dr. Maxine Greene including books, monographs, articles,speeches, tapes, photos, etc.

2004 at TC: The Year in Review

Author: N/A; Published by: Teachers College , 2004

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A Celebration Announcing the Maxine Greene Foundation

Author: N/A; Published by: Teachers College , 2003

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aesthetic education

Classic and Contemporary Readings in the Philosophy of Education

Author: Cahn, Steven M., ed.; Published by: McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 1996

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The Act of Reading: A Theory of Aesthetic Response

Author: Iser, Wolfgang; Published by: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1969

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The Circle of Seasons

Author: Stock, Dennis and Josephine W. Johnson; Published by: Viking Press, 1974

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