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Books
 
Kunzman, R. (Ed.). (2011). Philosophy of Education 2011. Urbana, IL: Philosophy of Education Society.
 
Kunzman, R. (2009). Write these laws on your children: Inside the world of conservative Christian homeschooling. Boston, MA: Beacon Press.
 
Kunzman, R. (2006). Grappling with the good: Talking about religion and morality in public schools. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.
 
 
Journal Articles

Kunzman, R. & Gaither, M. (2013). Homeschooling: A comprehensive survey of the research. Other Education: The Journal of Educational Alternatives, 2(1): 4-59.

Kunzman, R. (2012). Education, schooling, and children's rights: The complexity of homeschooling. Educational Theory, 62(1): 75-89.

Kunzman, R. (2012). How to talk about religion. Educational Leadership, 69(7): 44-48.

Kunzman, R. (2012). Life as education and the irony of school reform. Other Education: The Journal of Educational Alternatives, 1(1): 121-129.

Kunzman, R. (2010). Homeschooling and religious fundamentalism. International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education, 3(1): 17-28.

Kunzman, R. (2009). Understanding homeschooling: A better approach to regulation. Theory and Research in Education, 7(3): 311-330.

Intrator, S.M. & Kunzman, R. (2009). Grounded: Practicing what we preach. Journal of Teacher Education, 60(5): 512-519.
 
Kunzman, R. (2006). The civic (and pedagogical) virtue of recognizing reasonable disagreement. Theory and Research in Social Education, 34(2): 162-182.
 
Kunzman, R. (2006). Imaginative engagement with religious diversity in public school classrooms. Religious Education, 101(4): 516-531.
 
Intrator, S.M. & Kunzman, R. (2006). Starting with the soul. Educational Leadership, 63(6): 38-42.
 
Intrator, S.M. & Kunzman, R. (2006). The person in the profession: Renewing teacher vitality through professional development. Educational Forum, 71(1): 16-32.
 
Kunzman, R. (2005). Educating for more (and less) than intelligent belief or unbelief: A critique of Noddings’s vision of religion in public schools. In K. Howe (ed.), Philosophy of Education 2005 (pp. 72-80).Urbana, IL: Philosophy of Education Society.
 
Kunzman, R. (2005). Religion, politics, and civic education. Journal of Philosophy of Education, 39(1): 159-168.
 
Kunzman, R. & Tyack, D. (2005). Educational forums of the 1930s: An experiment in adult civic education. American Journal of Education, 111(3): 320-340.
 
Kunzman, R. (2004). Mutual understanding: Vital for respect…and ethical education. In K. Alston (ed.), Philosophy of Education 2003 (pp. 341-349). Urbana, IL: Philosophy of Education Society.
 
Kunzman, R. (2003). Religion, ethics, and the implications for moral education: A critique of Nucci’s “Morality and religious rules.” Journal of Moral Education, 32(3): 251-261.
 
Kunzman, R. (2003). Rejoinder to Nucci’s “Morality, religion, and public education in pluralist democracies.” Journal of Moral Education, 32(3): 271-273.
 
Kunzman, R. (2003). From teacher to student: The value of teacher education for experienced teachers. Journal of Teacher Education, 54(3): 241-253.
 
Kunzman, R. (2003). Hermeneutical conversations in public schools: Responding to religious objections. In S. Fletcher (ed.), Philosophy of Education 2002 (pp. 428-436). Urbana, IL: Philosophy of Education Society.
 
Kunzman, R. (2002). Pre-service education for experienced teachers: What STEP teaches those who have already taught. Issues in Teacher Education, 11(1): 99-112.
 
Kunzman, R. (2002). Extracurricular activities: Learning from the margin to rethink the whole. Knowledge Quest, 30(5): 22-25.
 
 
Book Chapters
 
Kunzman, R. (in press). Talking with students who already know the answer: Navigating ethical certainty in democratic dialogue. In J. H. James (Ed.), Religion in the classroom: Dilemmas for democratic education. New York: Routledge.
 
Kunzman, R. (2014). Homeschooling gifted children. In J. A. Plucker & C. M. Callahan (Eds.), Critical issues and practices in gifted education: What the research says (2nd ed., pp. 315-322). Waco, TX: Prufrock Press.
 
Kunzman, R. (2014). Homeschooling and the law. In K. Lane, M. A. Gooden, J. F. Mead, P. Pauken, & S. Eckes (Eds.), The principal's legal handbook (5th ed., pp. 191-199). Dayton, OH: Education Law Association.
 
Kunzman, R. (2011). Lessons in conversation: Why critical civic engagement requires talking about religion, and what that means for public schools. In J. Devitis (Ed.), Critical civic literacy: A reader (pp. 234-244). New York: Peter Lang.
  
Intrator, S.M. & Kunzman, R. (2009). Who are adolescents today? Youth voices and what they tell us. In L. Christenbury, R. Bomer, & P. Smagorinsky (Eds.), Handbook of adolescent literacy (pp. 29-48). New York: Guilford Press.
 
Kunzman, R. (2008). Homeschooling and the law. In K. Lane, M.A. Gooden, J.F. Mead, P. Pauken, & S. Eckes (Eds.), The principal's legal handbook (4th ed., pp. 189-204). Dayton, OH: Education Law Association.
 
Kunzman, R. (2007). Homeschooling. In J. Plucker & C. Callahan (Eds.), Critical issues and practices in gifted education: What the research says (pp. 253-260). Austin, TX: Prufrock Press.
 
Intrator, S.M. & Kunzman, R. (2004). Fully there, tuned in and leaning into the wind: Professional development that attends to the teacher. In Teachers as learners: Building communities for professional development: Key papers of the international council on education for teaching (pp. 222-231). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University.
 

Miscellaneous Publications

Kunzman, R. (2014). Homeschooling. In D.C. Phillips (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Educational Theory and Philosophy (pp. 391-393). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Kunzman, R. (2014). Values clarification. In D.C. Phillips (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Educational Theory and Philosophy (pp. 834-835). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Kunzman, R. (2014). Can home schooling make kids more politically tolerant? The Conversation, http://theconversation.com/can-home-schooling-make-kids-more-politically-tolerant-24429

Kunzman, R. (2011). Good questions and the public conversation. In R. Kunzman (Ed.), Philosophy of Education 2011 (pp. xi-xiii). Urbana, IL: Philosophy of Education Society.

Kunzman, R. (2010, June 14). Conservative Christian teenagers prepare for politics. Religion Dispatches, http://www.religiondispatches.org/archive/politics/2659/conservative_christian_teenagers_prepare_for_politics/

Kunzman, R. (2009). Home room. Books & Culture, 15(6): 11, 13.

Reprint of Intrator, S.M. & Kunzman, R. (2007). Starting with the soul. In F. Schultz (Ed.), Annual editions education 07/08 (pp. 190-93). Dubuque, IA: McGraw-Hill.
 
Kunzman, R. (2005). Homeschooling in Indiana: A closer look. CEEP Policy Brief Series. Bloomington, IN: Center for Evaluation & Education Policy.
 
Kunzman, R. (2003). Witness. In S.M. Intrator & M. Scribner (eds.), Teaching with fire: Poetry that sustains the courage to teach (pp. 70-71). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
  
Kunzman, R. (2002). The meaning of life assignment. In S.M. Intrator (ed.), Stories of the courage to teach: Honoring the teacher’s heart (pp. 84-93). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
 
Kunzman, R. (2001). Dealing with morally controversial issues in the classroom. FacultyShack [on-line serial] 1(2), http://www.facultyshack.com.
 
 
Book reviews
 
Kunzman, R. (2007). Book review of Losing heart: The moral and spiritual miseducation of American’s children by H. Svi Shapiro. Teachers College Record, 5 March 2007. Available at: http://www.tcrecord.org/content.asp?contentid=13743.
 
Kunzman, R. (2006). Culture, policy, and money in character education: Book review of The discourse of character education: Culture wars in the classroom by Peter Smagorinsky and Joel Taxel. Theory and Research in Social Education, 34(1): 142-145.
 
Kunzman, R. (2002). Book review of Moral questions in the classroom: How to get kids to think deeply about real life and their schoolwork by Katherine G. Simon. Journal of Philosophy of Education, 36(4): 671-672.
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