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"Outstanding Academic Title, 1999" - The Correspondence of John Dewey, 1882-1953

pastmast_borderThe Correspondence of John Dewey, 1882-1953, edited by Larry A. Hickman, with Barbara Levine, Anne Sharp and Harriet Furst Simon, received the prestigious Choice "Outstanding Academic Title, 1999" award.


"Outstanding Academic Title, 1999" - The Essential Dewey, Volumes I and II

The Essential Dewey, Volumes I and II, edited by Larry A. Hickman and Thomas M. Alexander, received the prestigious Choice "Outstanding Academic Title, 1999" award.
Volume 1 at Indiana University Press

Volume 2 at Indiana University Press essiential_dewey_vol1_embessiential_dewey_vol2_emb

CINE Award, March 8, 2001 - John Dewey: An Introduction to His Life and Work

John Dewey: An Introduction to His Life and Work was recognized on March 8, 2001, at the CINE awards ceremony at the headquarters of the National Geographic Society.  The documentary film, written and narrated by Center director Larry A. Hickman, can be ordered through Davidson Films. (Graphic courtesy of CINE Golden Eagle Film and Video Competition.)

From the CINE Web site: “CINE is internationally recognized for its highly acclaimed film and video competitions and related educational support activities which culminate every year in a gala Awards Event held in the Washington, D.C. area.  CINE has a wide following in the film and video industry nationally and internationally, drawing over 1,000 entries per year into its prestigious competitions, which have been taking place since 1957.” cine2

2002 Outstanding Scholar, May 11, 2002 - Larry A. Hickman

The former director of the Center for Dewey Studies, Larry A. Hickman, was named the 2002 Outstanding Scholar at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.  He was honored at the Graduate School Commencement exercises on May 11, 2002.larry

Grants Awarded to the Center for Dewey Studies

The Center for Dewey Studies has attained various grants throughout the years which have provided the financial basis for the Center's continued productivity. 

Grants received, August 1993 to present: $2,175,980

Grants received, 1961 to August 1993: $2,149,166

Total grants received, 1961 to present: $4,325,146