Leadership and Specialized Roles Unit
National College of Education (NCE)
Various NCE Master's and Doctoral Programs
CCD 690, Globalization and Education
CCD 610, Doctoral Core seminar
CCL 610, Paradigms of Research: Community College Leadership
ESR 610, Paradigms of Research: Multiple Ways of Knowing
ESR 514, Research in Action: Becoming Practitioner Researchers
ESR 506, Interpretive and Critical Research
ESR 505, Educational Inquiry and Assessment
FND 511, Social and Cultural Politics of Education: Personal and Contextual Perspectives
FND 510, Social Justice Perspectives on the History and Philosophy of American Education
FND 504, History and Philosophy of American Education
Areas of Expertise:
Philosophy of education Paradigms of research Interpretive and critical research Historical and sociocultural foundations of education Multicultural and international education Global issues in education Cross-cultural studies Service-learning
Antonina Lukenchuk is an Associate Professor at National Louis University where she teaches graduate courses in educational foundations and research. Her scholarly interests are in philosophy of education, service-learning, cross-cultural studies, international education, global issues in higher education, arts-based and imaginative education. Antonina has been presenting extensively at local, regional, national, and international professional conferences. She is a member of several professional organizations and reviewer in educational research and scholarly journals. Antonina is a native of Ukraine where she completed BA and PhD programs in general and comparative linguistics and Germanic languages (English) and worked as a public school teacher of English as a foreign language.
PhD: General Linguistics and Germanic Languages (English), Chernivtsi University, Ukraine EdD: Adult Education, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL MsEd: Educational Foundations, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL BA: English Linguistics, Chernivtsi University, Ukraine
Research and Interests:
Antonina's research and scholarly interests are in philosophy of education, epistemology, metaphysics, critical discourse analysis, semiotics, cross-cultural studies, service-learning, transpersonal psychology, arts-based and imaginative education.
Her most recent publications include:
Lukenchuk, A. (Ed.). (2013). Paradigms of research for the 21st century: Perspectives and examples from practice. New York, NY: Peter Lang.
Lukenchuk, A., Jagla, V., & Price, T. (2013). Critical discourse analysis of service-learning perspectives and models: Transforming teacher education. In . V. Jagla, J. A. Erickson, & A. Tinkler (Eds.), Transforming teacher education through service-learning. New York, NY: Information Age Publishing.
Lukenchuk, A. (2012). Itinerary of the Knower: Mapping the ways of Gnosis, Sophia, and imaginative education. In I. Semetsky (Ed.), Jung and educational theory (Educational philosophy and theory special issues) (pp. 35-46). Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.
Lukenchuk, A., & Barber, E. (2011). Exploring cultural dynamics of self-other relations: University faculty and students engage in service-learning with refugees. In T. Stewart, & N. Webster (Eds.), Exploring cultural dynamics and tensions within service-learning (pp. 281-297). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.
Lukenchuk, A. (2009). Living the ethics of responsibility through university service and service-learning: Phronesis and praxis reconsidered. Philosophical Studies in Education, 40, 246-257.
Lukenchuk, A. (2009). Reflections on the nature of self in the world and in adult education: A search for inclusive ways of knowing. Saarbrucken, Germany: VDM Verlag.
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