Tiede ja opetus — Science & education

Omia artikkeleitani — My articles


Kasvaminen vapauteen, 1.12.2013

Emma Goldman on education, 4 July 2011

Summerhill: Growing up free and fearless, 14 March 2012


Recapturing the libertarian dream

17 October 2003

Suomalainen identiteetti kiinnostaa ulkomaalaisiakin tutkijoita

Julkaisematon 1997

Summerhill elää!

Suomen Kuvalehti, 3.6.1987

Apollo 13 -lento keskeytettiin Jussi Himanka, Tapani Lausti,
Heimo Tauriainen, Pertti Jotuni, Jorma Lampinen

YLEn Elävä arkisto, 1970

Kari Uusikylä

Hyvästi yliopisto!


Jean Bricmont

Mitä on tieteellinen materialismi?


See also: Kenan Malik


Muiden artikkeleita — Articles by other writers


How Toxic Universities Kick Out People by Thomas Klikauer, ZNet, 24 July 2022

Research suggests Nordic walking improves functional capacity in heart disease patients, Helsinki Times, 15 June 2022

Traffic noise affects children's cognitive development, study finds by Miguel Ángel Criado, El País in English, 3 June 2022

‘She had magic': my grandmother's forgotten role at Summerhill, the English school with no rules by Angela Neustatter, The Observer, 19 December 2021

Paulo Freire's Ideas Are Just as Powerful Today as Ever by Peter McLaren, Jacobin, 19 September 2021

How Amilcar Cabral shaped Paulo Freire's pedagogy by Curry Malot, MR Online, 3 September 2021

Reading Ivan Illich's Deschooling Society in the Neoliberal University by Justin Podur, ZNet, 29 August 2021

In Pursuit of Clarity: the Intellect and Intellectual Integrity of Pierre Sprey by Andrew Cockburn, CounterPunch, 10 August 2021

Remembering the Great Scientific Crusader Who Showed That No Biological Basis for Race Exists: Richard Lewontin by Prabir Purkayastha, CounterPunch, 9 August 2021

Richard Lewontin (1929–2021): A Scientist for the People, Science for the People, 21 July 2021

Big Tech's Censors Come for Science by Pankaj Mehta, Jacobin, 7 May 2021

Paulo Freire's Brazil: ‘Return to Grassroots Popular Education' by Frei Betto and Paolo Vittoria, ZNet, 19 April 2021

'A community of equals': the private school with no fees, set up by a south London teacher by Jess Staufenberg, The Guardian, 13 March 2021

Drama about Suffolk's Summerhill School back on TV as centenary approaches by Paul Geater, East Anglian Daily Times, 1 March 2021

Education Should Be About Building Democratic Citizens, Not Compliant Workers by William Shoki, Jacobin, 28 February 2021

1921.2021 - Celebrating a Century by Zoë Neill Readhead, A.S. Neill's Summerhill School, November 2020

Los escolares finlandeses deciden ya cómo y qué aprenden por Elisa Silio, El País, 24 noviembre 2019

From anxiety to revolt? Against the financialized university by Max Haiven, Aris Komporozos-Athanasiou, ROAR, 15 October 2019

Scientists Are Totally Rethinking Animal Cognition by Ross Andersen, The Atlantic, March 2019 issue

Link between brain damage and religious fundamentalism established by scientists by Bobby Azarian, Raw Story, 8 January 2019

The fight for better university education is global by Vijay Prashad, Asia Times, 20 September 2018

Stephen Hawking (1942–2018) by Neal Ó Riain, Jacobin, 19 March 2018

Jerry Fodor's Enduring Critique of Neo-Darwinism by Stephen Metcalf, The New Yorker, 12 December 2017

Jerry A. Fodor, Philosopher Who Plumbed the Mind's Depths, Dies at 82 by Margalit Fox, Archive.is, 30 November 2017

The amazing fertility of the older mind by David Robson, BBC Future, 28 August 2017

Remeasuring Stephen Jay Gould by Matthew Lau, Jacobin, 20 May 2017

Stephen Fry explains why Donald Trump believes his own bluster: 'Complete ignorance breeds confidence' by Samuel Osborne, Independent, 15 May 2017

Study finds link between brain damage and religious fundamentalism by Bobby Azarian, Raw Story, 12 May 2017

How childhood stress can knock 20 years off your life by

“Fake Scholarship” and the Future of America’s University by Michel Chossudovsky, Global Research, 21 March 2017

In an age of robots, schools are teaching our children to be redundant by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 15 February 2017

From Polarities and Eagle Street

Studying Finland: problems of language and isolation

January 1999

Adult education against narrow vocationalism

October 1998

Neo-liberalism in British universities attacked by Finnish academic

September 1998

Obligation to remember

October 1997

The inclusive society and its elites

July 1997

Higher education: no way back but which way forward?

July 1997

'Tries harder but could do better': the education debate goes on

July 1997

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