Aaron Stoller is a philosopher and educational theorist who specializes in the work of John Dewey. His research centers on the epistemological foundations of higher education with a particular focus on progressive pedagogies, curricular theory, and reimagining the nature and practices of liberal arts education.
He is the author of Knowing and Learning as Creative Action (Palgrave MacMillan, 2014) and editor, with Eli Kramer, of Contemporary Philosophical Proposals for the University (Palgrave MacMillan, 2018).
Please visit his personal website for more information on his research, projects, and teaching.
B.A., Wake Forest University, 2000
M.F.A., University of Arizona, 2004
M.Div., Wake Forest University, 2007
Ph.D., Virginia Tech, 2013