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Stephen Haymes

  • Associate Professor
  • International Studies
  • 773-325-1668
  • 2247 N. Halsted St., Room 368
Africana Philosophy and Thought
Afro-Ecological Ethnicities
Eco-Pedagogy/Eco-Justice/Place-Based Education
Education, Conflict and Development
Development/Post-development Studies
Forced Migration
Genocidal Studies
Human Rights and Peace Education
Postcolonial and Decolonial Theory
Philosophy of Education

INT 201 Evolution of the Modern Nation State
INT 203 International Social Movements in 20th and 21st Centuries

PhD in Critical Educational Theory, Miami University of Ohio
MA in Africana Studies, Ohio State University
BA in Political Science, University of New Mexico

2014. Haymes, S.; Vidal, M.; and Miller, R. (editors), Handbook on U.S. Poverty in the Era of Neoliberal Globalization, New York: Routledge.

Haymes, S. (2012) “Memory, Reality and Ethnography in Colombian War Zone: Towards a Durkheimian Social Phenomenology of Collective Memory” in Philosophical Studies in Education, Volume 43.

Miller, Reuben. Jonathan and Haymes, Stephen Nathan. (2012) “Poverty, Incarceration: A Brief Introduction.” Special Issue: “Poverty and Incarceration: Managing the Poor in the Neoliberal Age, Introduction with Reuben Miller, Co-Editors: Stephen Haymes and Reuben Miller, Journal of Poverty: Social, Political and Economic Innovations Taylor & Francis.

Haymes, S. (Autumn 2008). “Thoughts About the Absence of Africana Philosophy in Philosophy of Education” in Philosophy of Education 153-156.

Haymes, S. (Winter, 2006). “Pedagogy, Community and Responsibility in a Lesson Before Dying. Listening: Journal of Religion and Culture”, (Invited in Special Issue on Ethical and Spiritual Themes in Film) Volume 41, Number 1, 24-42.

Haymes, S. (Spring 2006). “Second Generation Memory and the Phenomenology of Intergenerational Remembrance in Ernest Gaines’ Fictional Lifeworld” in Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, Volume 40, Number 2, 226-245.

Haymes, S. (Summer 2005). “The Intellectual, Moral and Aesthetic Dimension of W.E.B. DuBois Educational Policy”, in Philosophy of Education, 284-286.