MemberJuuso Tervo

Juuso Tervo is currently working as a University Lecturer and the Director of University-Wide Art Studies (UWAS) at Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture. His research and writing combine historical, philosophical, and political inquiries in art and education, drawing from fields such as literary theory, poetics, theology, philosophy of education, and philosophy of history.

MemberEnrico Pasini

Full professor, History of Philosophy, at the University of Turin, Dept. of Philosophy and Education Sciences. I jointly teach History of science. I am also faculty of the Modeling and Data Science Ph.D. Programme in Turin. A fairly updated English-language CV can be found at A longer, Italian-language CV can be found at

MemberRichard Zach

I am a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Calgary, working in logic, history of analytic philosophy, and the philosophy of mathematics. In logic, my main interests are non-classical logics and proof theory. My historical interests lie mainly in the development of formal logic and historical figures associated with this development such as Hilbert, Gödel, and Carnap. In the philosophy of mathematics I have mainly worked on Hilbert’s program and the philosophical relevance of proof theory. I’m also interested, and actively working on, Open Educational Resources.

MemberClaudia Ruitenberg

…ory and philosophy (pp. 286-289). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

Ruitenberg, C. W. (2013). The double subjectification function of education: Reconsidering hospitality and democracy. In T. Szkudlarek (Ed.), Education and the political: New theoretical articulations (pp. 89-105). Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense.

Ruitenberg, C. W. & Vokey, D. (2010). Equality and justice. In R. Bailey, R. Barrow, D. Carr, & C. McCarthy (Eds.), The SAGE handbook of philosophy of education. London: SAGE.

Selected articles

Ruitenberg, C. W. (2018). Learning to be difficult: Civic education and intransigent indignation. On Education: Journal for Research and Debate, 1(1).

Ruitenberg, C. W. (2017). Location, location, locution: Why it matters where we say what we say. Philosophical Inquiry in Education, 24(3), 211-222.

Ruitenberg, C. W. (2016). …