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  1. Jeanne M. Connell (forthcoming). Aesthetic Experiences in the School Curriculum: Assessing the Value of Rosenblatt's Transactional Theory. Journal of Aesthetic Education.
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  2. Jeanne M. Connell (2008). The Emergence of Pragmatic Philosophy's Influence on Literary Theory: Making Meaning with Texts From a Transactional Perspective. Educational Theory 58 (1):103-122.
    In this review essay, Jeanne Connell examines the influence of pragmatic philosophy on the scholarly works of twentieth‐century literary theorist and English educator Louise Rosenblatt through the lens of a recent collection of her essays originally published between 1936 and 1999. Rosenblatt grounded her transactional theory of literature in pragmatic philosophy, particularly the epistemological constructs of John Dewey. While influential as a pioneer in the early development of reader‐response theory, Rosenblatt’s theory has only recently been given attention by philosophers of (...)
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  3. Jeanne M. Connell (2006). Can Those Who Live in Poverty Find Liberation Through the Humanities? Or Is This Just A New Romance With an Old Model? Educational Studies 39 (1):15-26.
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  4. Jeanne M. Connell (2005). Continue to Explore: In Memory of Louise Rosenblatt (1904-2005). Education and Culture 21 (2):7.
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