James G. Henderson

JAMES HENDERSON is a Professor of Curriculum Studies at Kent State University, where he has taught graduate courses for over twenty years. His research focuses on the arts of democratic curriculum leadership, and he has individually or collaboratively published five books and over sixty essays on this topic. He helped launch the Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy and served as its co-editor for its first six years. He has been an officer for the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (AAACS) and the factotum for the Professors of Curriculum Society.

Books by James G. Henderson :

The Path Less Taken
Immanent Critique in Curriculum and Pedagogy
James G. Henderson argues that a well-developed criticism in education addresses the dual challenges of establishing critical distance and embodying constructive change, requiring the critic to cultivate ethical fidelity through disciplined learning. In effect, he argues that the mature education critic must work as a lead learner.