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Kyle Greenwalt & Cuong Nguyen. (2017). The Mindfulness Practice, Aesthetic Experience and Creative Democracy. Education and Culture, 33(2), 19-35.

Kyle Greenwalt. (2017, March 31). How should World War I be taught in American schools? The Conversation.

Kyle Greenwalt. (2016). Home/Schooling: Creating Schools that Work for Kids, Parents and Teachers. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Kyle Greenwalt. (2016, September 11). Here’s how homeschooling is changing in America. The Conversation.

Kyle Greenwalt. (2016). Dewey on Teaching and Teacher Education. In M.A. Peters (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory (pp. 1-4). New York: Springer.

Kyle Greenwalt. (2016). School Sucks: Desire. The Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy 13(1), 35-38.

Kyle Greenwalt & Laura Edwards. (2015). The great commonwealth of successive generations: Progressive education in an era of global change. In M.Y. Eryaman & B.C. Bruce (Eds.), Handbook of Progressive Education (pp. 519-530). New York: Peter Lang.

Kyle Greenwalt. (2015). Climate: School and classroom. In W.G. Scarlett (Ed.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Classroom Management (pp. 155-157). Los Angeles, CA: SAGE Reference.

Kyle Greenwalt. (2014). Frustrated Returns: Biography, Parental-Figures, and the Apprenticeship of Observation. Curriculum Inquiry, 44(3), 306-331.

Kyle Greenwalt (2014). Art and accountability. In D.A. Breault and R. Breault (Eds.), Experiencing Dewey: Insights for Today's Classroom (2nd ed., pp. 25-27). New York: Kappa Delta Pi/Routledge.

Laura Edwards & Kyle Greenwalt (2013). Mining the present: Reconstructing progressive education in an era of globalization. International Journal of Progressive Education 9(3), 34-48.

Danny Birmingham, Ben Pineda, & Kyle Greenwalt. (2013). Undoing the divide: Teachers and teacher educators as multidimensional citizens. Teacher Education Quarterly, 40(1), 45-62.

Kyle Greenwalt. (2012). John Dewey in Mexico: Nation-Building, schooling, and the state. Inter-American Journal of Philosophy, 3(2), 85-97.

Kyle Greenwalt & Patrick Leahy. (2011). Situating the nation: History pedagogy for the 21st century. In W. Russell (Ed.), Contemporary Social Studies: An Essential Reader (pp. 335 - 356). Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.

Kyle Greenwalt & Kevin Holohan. (2011). Performing the nation: Pedagogical embodiment as civic text. Phenomenology & Practice, 5(1), 59-83.

Jim Garrett & Kyle Greenwalt. (2010). Confronting the other: Understanding empathy. Current Issues in Education [On-line], 13(4).

Kyle Greenwalt. (2010). The interpretation of dreams: Ladson-Billings, Freud, and Derrida. Interchange: A Journal of Educational Studies, 41(1), 61-80.

Kyle Greenwalt. (2009). Discourse, narrative and national identity: The case of France. Harvard Educational Review, 79(3), 494-519.

Kyle Greenwalt. (2008). Discursivity, heteroglossia, and interest: Revisiting Herbert Kliebard’s Dewey. Education and Culture, 24(2), 41-53.

Kyle Greenwalt. (2008). Through the camera’s eye: A phenomenological analysis of teacher subjectivity. Teaching and Teacher Education 24(2), 387-399.