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Integral Education: New Directions for Higher Learning


reviewed by Sean M. Avila Saiter — January 10, 2011

coverTitle: Integral Education: New Directions for Higher Learning
Author(s): Sean Esbjorn-Hargens, Jonathan Reams, and Olen Gunnlaugson
Publisher: State University of New York Press, Albany
ISBN: 1438433492, Pages: 386, Year: 2010
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: January 10, 2011
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16281, Date Accessed: 10/21/2017 10:12:13 AM

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  • Sean Avila Saiter
    John F. Kennedy University
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    SEAN AVILA SAITER teaches in the Department of Integral Theory at John F. Kennedy University where he also serves as the Program Coordinator for the department. He is completing his doctoral research on participatory sense-making and collaborative presence in higher education classrooms. His interests are in Human Science areas such as phenomenology, humanistic-transpersonal psychology, and consciousness studies. He is currently writing a chapter on the social phenomenology of Alfred Schutz and Integral Theory for a volume called True But Partial: Essential Critiques of Integral Theory to be published by SUNY Press. He has written for The Humanistic Psychologist and The Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, is an associate organizer of the Biennial Integral Theory Conference, Associate Managing Editor for the International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, and sits on the board of the Society for Phenomenology and the Human Sciences (SPHS). He lives in Berkeley, CA.
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