Chambers, D. (2023). Critical Theory, Local Moral Perception, and Democratic Education. In J. Culp, J. Drerup, & D. Yacek (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Democratic Education (pp. 196-229). Cambridge University Press.

Kim, J., Chambers, D., Lee, K., & Kidd, D. (2023). Assessing the State of Ethics Education in General Education Curricula at U.S. Research Universities and Liberal Arts Colleges. Journal of Academic Ethics

Chambers, D. (2022). How School Security Measures Harm Schools and Their Students. Educational Theory, 72(2).

Gary, K., & Chambers, D. (2021). Cultivating Moral Epiphanies. Educational Theory, 71(3).

Chambers, D. (2020). Longform review of D’Olimpio’s Media and Moral EducationA Philosophy of Critical EngagementEducational Theory, 70(6), 807-816.

Chambers, D. (2019). Is Freire Incoherent? Reconciling Directiveness and Dialogue in Freirean Pedagogy. Journal of Philosophy of Education, 53(1), 21-47. 

Chambers, D. (2018). Why We Owe It to Students to Take Partisan Stands: A Response to Levinson and Reid. on_education, 1(1). 

Jonas, M., and Chambers, D. (2017). The Use and Abuses of Emulation as a Pedagogical Practice. Educational Theory, 67(3),241-263. 


Moral understanding in Iris Murdoch’s The Bell. Forthcoming chapter in a book within Bloomsbury’s Philosophies of Education in Art, Cinema, and Literature series.

Aims and methods in civic education: A response to Ben-Porath. Forthcoming paper in a symposium on Sigal Ben-Porath’s Cancel Wars (University of Chicago Press) in Philosophical Inquiry in Education.

Thick ethical concepts and moral articulation in schools. (Full draft)

What knowledge are children owed? A new perspective on autonomy and a child’s right to an open future. (Full draft)

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