Another Kind of E-Mail: The Electronic Edition of The Correspondence of John Dewey: Review of The Correspondence of John Dewey, Volume 1: 1871-1918, 2nd ed.; Volume 2: 1919-1939, Past Masters Series. Edited by Larry A. Hickman, General Editor; Barbara Levine, Editor; Anne Sharpe, Editor; Harriet Furst Simon, Editor.
Date of this Version
Documentary Editing, Volume 26, Number 2, Summer 2004. ISSN 0196-7134
The Correspondence of John Dewey in electronic form consists of three volumes and is edited by Larry Hickman. It is a title in the PAST MASTERS series from InteLex Corporation, along with the electronic edition of The Collected Works of John Dewey, also edited by Hickman. The first volume of the Correspondence covers the years 1871 to 1918 and includes more than 3,500 documents. The second volume covers the years 1919 to 1939 and includes over 5,000 documents. The first two volumes are currently available, and the third is due to be released this fall. It begins with documents from 1940 and concludes with the correspondence that followed Dewey's death in 1952. The electronic edition of the Correspondence is available on CD-ROM and in a web server format for institutions. For both formats, InteLex includes its proprietary software called Folio VIEWS, which is required for reading and searching the texts.