The Intellectual Properties of Learning: A Pre-History from Saint Jerome to John Locke
Book-in-progress: Chapter plan with draft chapters
I. Monasteries and Learning
2. The Medieval Monastic Paradox
3. The Transformation of the Early Middle Ages
4. The Opening of the High Middle Ages
5. The Economics of Patrons and Property
6. The Intellectual Value of Compilation and Gloss
II. Universities Medieval and Early Modern
7. The Medieval University
8. The Humanist Revival
9. The Early Modern University
III. Locke‘s Theory of Property
10. The Patronage of John Locke
11. Two Treatises of Government
12. The Principles of Property
13. The Intellectual Properties of Learning
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Willinsky, J. & Provencale, J. (in press). Critical literacy lessons for the intellectual properties of learning from Bede and Alcuin of York.
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Willinsky. (2006). The properties of Locke’s common-wealth of learning. Policy Futures in Education, 4(4), 348-365. View.