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David Boucher, Cardiff University,Teresa Smith, University of Oxford
David Boucher is Head of the School of European Languages, Translation, and Politics, and Dean of the School of Lifelong Learning at Cardiff University. He has been Chairman of the Collingwood Society since 1993 and has published widely on all aspects of Collingwood's thought. His most recent books are The Limits of Ethics in International Relations (Oxford University Press, 2009) and British Idealism: A Guide for the Perplexed (with Andrew Vincent, Continuum, 2011).
Teresa Smith is R. G. Collingwood's daughter by his second wife, Kate Collingwood. From the late 1960s she worked as a university lecturer in the Department of Social and Administrative Studies at Oxford, and was head of the Oxford Department of Social Policy and Social Work for ten years and fellow of St Hilda's College. She advised the House of Commons Select Committee for Education on early education during the Labour administration. Her publications include 'From educational priority areas to area-based interventions: community, neighbourhood and preschool', in Edwards, R ed. Researching families and communities: social and generational change (Routledge, 2008); 'Whatever happened to EPAs? Part 2: Educational Priority Areas forty years on', Forum, (2007, with Smith G, and Smith, Tom); and Smith, T. et al. The Neighbourhood Nurseries Initiative National Evaluation: Final Integrated Report. London: Sure Start / DfES; Smith GAN and Smith T. (2006).
Table of Contents
Notes on Contributors
Introduction: The Biography of An Autobiography, David Boucher and Teresa Smith
PART I: R. G. Collingwood, An Autobiography
1. Collingwood's Childhood: Habits of Thought, Teresa Smith
2. The Oxford Man, James Patrick
3. Collingwood's Critique of Oxbridge Realism, Michael Beaney
4. Collingwood as Archaeologist and Historian, Tony Birley
5. Collingwood's Philosophy of History in the Year of his Autobiography, Jan van der Dussen
6. The Historicity of Thought, Bruce Haddock
7. From Method to Metaphysics, Rex Martin
8. Collingwood and European Liberalism, David Boucher
9. Collingwood Controversies, James Connelly
10. The Autobiography as Literature, Philip Smallwood
PART II: R. G. Collingwood, Log of a Journey in the East Indies, 1938-1939
A Philosopher's Journey: Collingwood's voyage to the East Indies 1938-39, and its relation to An Autobiography and other writings, Wendy James
R. G. Collingwood, A letter from Bali to his sister Barbara Gnosspelius, 23 December 1938