Limits and Extents of International Research in Art Education, co‑edited with Kenneth Marantz.  Columbus, OH:  Department of Art Education, The Ohio State University, 1978.


Invited article for special issue on the visual culture of childhood by guest editors C. M. Thompson & B. Wilson: “Waarom Johnny niet kan tekenen (en Caroline wel)” [“Why Johnny Can’t Draw and Caroline Could”]. Culture & Educatie, 15 (2006): 86-98. [A journal devoted to arts education theory and research, published in The Netherlands; article translated into Dutch by Marjo van Hoorn.]

Invited Commentary: “Notions of Technology and Visual Literacy.” Studies in Art Education, 46(1, Fall 2004): 88-91.

Invited lead article in theme issue on Visual Culture: “A Dangerous Business: Visual Culture Theory and Education Policy.” Arts Education Policy Review, 105 (6, July/August 2004): 5-13.

Between Technology and Literacy,” International Journal of Art and Design Education (England), 22 (3, 2003): 316-324.

“Community/Schools Partnership for the Arts: Collaboration, Politics, and Policy” Arts Education Policy Review, 103 (1, September/October 2001): 29-32.

Discipline and the Future Art Education.” Studies in Art Education, 40 (4, Summer 2000): 301-313.

First author with Elizabeth Garber. “Cyberfaculty: An Experience in Distance Learning,” Art Education, 53 (1, January 2000): 33-38.

Spinning the Arts NAEP.” Arts Education Policy Review, 101 (1, September/October 1999): 29-32.

“Advocacy, Resources, Teachers:  Continuing Challenges for Art Education.”  Journal of Art and Design Education, 16 (3, 1997):  257-262.

Perennial Promises and Pitfalls in Arts Education Reform.” (Invited). Arts Education Policy Review, 99 (2, November/December 1997): 8-14.

Commentary: “Questioning the School-to-Work Rhetoric.” Studies in Art Education, 38 (1, Fall 1996): 50-54.

“Goals for Art Education.”Journal of the Institute of Art Education (South Australia), 6 (3, December 1982): 31-36. Reprinted from Educational Considerations, 7 (2, Winter 1980): 21-23.


“Three: Reading Lorna Simpson’s Art in Contexts.”  Invited book chapter in Contemporary Issues in Art Education for Elementary Educators, edited by Peg Speirs & Yvonne Gaudelius, pp. 384-394.  Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall Publishers, 2002.

“Status and Opportunity: Reflecting on Doctoral Studies in Art Education.”  Invited concluding chapter for In Their Own Words: A History of the Development of Doctoral Studies in Art Education, edited by James Hutchens, pp. 181-191.  Reston, VA:  National Art Education Association, 2001.

“What Principals Should Know About . . . Visual Arts Education.” Invited chapter in What Principals Should Know About…, edited by Sandra Tonnsen, pp. 181-193. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas Publishers, 2000.

“Democracy and Art, Then and Now.” One of two invited concluding response chapters, Art in a Democracy, edited by Doug Blandy and Kristin G. Congdon, pp.167-174. New York: Teachers College Press, 1987.


Readings in Discipline-Based Art Education: A Literature of Educational Reform, edited by Ralph A. Smith (Invited essay review). Studies in Art Education, 45 (1, 2003): 90-98.

“Art Education Today.” Invited essay review of Discipline-Based Art Education: Origins, Meaning, and Development, edited by Ralph A. Smith; A History of Art Education by Arthur D. Efland; An Aesthetics for Art Educators by Eugene F. Kaelin; The Sense of Art by Ralph A. Smith. Teachers College Record, 92 (3 Spring 1991): 491-500.