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[Xmca-l] Re: Maxine Greene

I was invited, a few years ago, to take part in a small reading group that met at intervals in her apartment overlooking Central Park. The incisiveness and graciousness of her intellect was more than notable. I will miss and remember such times.

On May 31, 2014, at  8:14 AM, Elina Lampert-Shepel wrote:

> Maxine knew how to inspire, I will be eternally thankful for the richness
> of spirit and dialectics of freedom she introduced us to as doctoral
> students at Teachers College. Farewell, Maxine.
> On Fri, May 30, 2014 at 10:56 PM, mike cole <lchcmike@gmail.com> wrote:
>> And in the memories and practices of others who help others if they feel
>> that they woul further the cause of arts in education.
>> Mike
>> On Friday, May 30, 2014, geraldine.mcdonald <
>> geraldine.mcdonald@clear.net.nz>
>> wrote:
>>> I have never forgotten walking along a corridor at Teachers
>>> College one evening many years ago and passing an open door.
>>> The room was packed and Maxine Greene was lecturing. The
>>> members of her class were transfixed. Some time later Maxine
>>> came to New Zealand. She had exactly the same effect on
>>> audiences here. She was someone who helped others if she
>>> felt they would
>>> further the cause of the arts in education.
>>> Maxine may no longer be with us but she lives on in her
>>> philosphical writing and her passion for the arts.
>>> Farewell Maxine.
>>> Geraldine McDonald