Biographical: Harvey Wheeler's BA; and MA are from Indiana Univ.
(Political Theory). His PhD is from Harvard (Political Theory). He has taught
at Harvard University, The Johns Hopkins University, Washington & Lee
University. He was Program Chair & Senior Fellow, Center for the Study of
Democratic Institutions (Hutchins Center). He founded and was Director of the
Institute for Higher Studies; and was Martha Boaz Distinguished Research
Professor in Academic Information Systems at the University of Southern
California. He has served as Adjunct Professor at: The New School for Social
Research Graduate School (New York City); and at the Western Behavioral Science
Institute (LaJolla). He has been Educational Consultant on distant learning at
the International School of Information Management; and the Electronic
University Network (San Francisco).He was Consultant in Political Science for
the reorganization of the Encyclopaedia Britannica; Co-Founder/Editor (with
James F. Danielli), JOURNAL OF SOCIAL
AND BIOLOGICAL STRUCTURES.
Co-Executive Producer, FailSafe MFT version by George Clooney, Warner
Author (books): Lattimore the Scholar; The Conservative Crisis;
England's Impasse of 1931; Fail-Safe (with Eugene Burdick) — republished,
1999; Democracy In A Revolutionary Era (originally published in Encyclopaedia
Britannica "Perspectives"); The Politics of Revolution; and numerous
CSDI monographs; monograph: Constitutionalism (in Handbook of Political
Science) electronic monographs: The Virtual Library; revised as: The Virtual
Society. Preface to The American Revolution of 1800, by Daniel
Sisson, 1974, Alfred A. Knopf.
Editor and contributor: Ecocide; Beyond the Punitive Society;
Goethe and the Sciences; A Reappraisal; The Structure of Human Reflexion.
Articles: Numerous academic and polemical articles in academic
fields of Bacon, Philosophy of Science, Constitutionalism, and Science Policy.
Most recent Bacon articles: in two books edited by William Sessions; an article
on Bacon's science in ANGELAKI [British scholarly
journal]; an article on gerontology and ontology in EXPERIMENTAL GERONTOLOGY; an article on
Bacon's semiology in SEMIOTICS.
Developer: The C-MODE System [Computer-Mediated Online &
Distant Education] — A virtual academy based on an integrated humanities
curriculum and a computer-mediated hypertext-facilitated pedagogy. C-MODE runs
as an electronic LAN/WAN annex to a conventional school or college. Now under
development: an IntraNet version of C-MODE as a "paperless" college
("paperless" means the primary versions of the archives, data and
communications are electronic).
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