Address 7054 Haycock Road (0362)
Falls Church, VA 22043
Marcie Boucouvalas, Ph.D., Professor of Human Development, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Primary Academic Interests
- Adult Development & Learning
- Consciousness Studies...Including, but Not Limited To, the Transpersonal Orientation
- Ways of Knowing...Expanding the Boundaries of Scholarship
- International Adult Education
- History of Lifelong Learning
- Adult Learning in Greece
- President - International Associates
- Secretary - International Society for Comparative Adult Education
- Editor: Journal of Transpersonal Psychology
- Multi-disciplinary Foundations and Dimensions of Adult Learning & Development
- Transpersonal Consciousness & Transformation Theory
- International Adult Education
- Lifelong Learning in Greece: Antinquity in modern times
Boucouvalas, M. (2004, July). Re-visiting the past, Visioning the Future: Information and communications technologies in our transforming world. Keynote address to the 5th International Conference on Information Communication Technologies in Education. Samos, Greece: Research and Training Institute of the East Aegean.
Boucouvalas, M. (2004). The global reach. PAACE Journal of Lifelong Learning, 13, 1-18.
Boucouvalas, M. (2003). Ethical considerations in on-line learning. In K. Fernstrom (Ed.). Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Information Communication Technologies in Education (pp. 99-104). Athens: University of Athens & INEAG.
Boucouvalas, M. (2000). The transpersonal orientation as a framework for understanding adult development and creative processes. In M.E. Miller & S. R. Cook-Greuter (Eds.). Creativity, spirituality, and transcendence: Paths to integrity and wisdom in the mature self. (pp. 209 228). Stamford, CT: Ablex.
Boucouvalas, M. (2002). Adult education and the human rights movement: Toward a global research agenda for the history of adult education. In B. Nemeth & F. Poeggeler (Eds.). Ethics, ideals, and ideologies in the history of adult education pp. 167-188). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. (Based on Plenary Session delivered to the 8th International Conference on the History of Adult Education. Pecs, Hungary: University of Pecs.
Boucouvalas, M. (2002). Learning: Lifelong, lifewide, lifedeep—W(h)ither our global future? In P. Paape & K. Putz (Eds.). The future of lifelong learning (pp. 309-311). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.
Boucouvalas, M. (2002, Fall). International adult education: Past, present, and into the future. Adult Learning, 13(4), 23-26.
Boucouvalas, M.& Henschke, J. (2001). Reflections on international ccoperation and new partnerships in an “age of globalization.” Adult Education and Development, 54, 133-141.
Boucouvalas, M. (1999). Following the movement: From transpersonal psychology to a multi-disciplinary transpersonal orientation. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 31(1), 25-37.
Boucouvalas, M. (1999). Comparative thinking and the structures of adult cognition: An epistemological and methodological challenge for comparative adult education. In Reischmann, J. Bron, M., & Jelenc, Z. (Eds). Comparative adult education. Ljubljana, Slovenia: Slovene Institute for Adult Education.
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