Room: WMC 4309
articles and reports
Yang, F., Lin, J., & Culham, T. (2019). From intimidation to love: Taoist philosophy and love-based environmental education. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 51(11), 1117-1129. http://doi.org/10.1080/00131857.2018.1564659
Culham, T. (2015). Reuniting virtue and knowledge. Journal of Philosophy of Education, 49(2), 294-310. http://doi.org/10.1111/1467-9752.12142
Culham, T. (2015). Virtue ethics as a framework for teaching and evaluating business ethics. Journal of Business Ethics Education, 12, 77-100.
Culham, T. (2014). Cultivating compassion: A Daoist perspective. Philosophical Inquiry in Education, 21(2), 32-41.
Culham, T. (2011). Empty container information management system: preliminary delivery and governance overview. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada: Transport Canada.
Culham, T., & Bai, H. (2011). Emotional intelligence meets virtue ethics: Implications for educators. Journal of Thought, 43(3&4), 25-43. http://doi.org/No DOI
Culham, T. (2010). Lower Mainland Transload Mapping Study. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Transport Canada.
books chapters and monographs
Culham, T., & Shivhare, N. (2019). Application of Meditation in Business Ethics Education: An Action Research. Contemplative Pedagogies for Transformative Teaching, Learning, and Being. Charlotte, North Carolina, United States: Information Age Publishing Inc..
Culham, T., Oxford, R., & Lin, J. (2018). Cultivating the Abilities of the Heart: Educating through a Pedagogy of Love. International Handbook of Holistic Education 1st Edition. London, United Kingdom: Routledge (UK).
Culham, T., & Lin, J. (2016). Exploring the unity of science and spirit: A Daoist perspective. In Lin, J., Oxford, R. L., Culham, T., & Culham, T. E. (Eds.), Toward a spiritual research paradigm: Exploring new ways of knowing, researching and being. (pp. 171-198). Charlotte, North Carolina, United States: Information Age Publishing Inc..
Culham, T., Bai, H., Cohen, A., Park, S., Scott, C., & Tait, S. (2014). A call for wisdom in higher education: Voices of contemplative inquiry. In Gunnlaugson, O., Sarath, E. W., Scott, C., & Bai, H. (Eds.), Contemplative Learning and Inquiry across Disciplines. Albany, New York, United States: SUNY Press.
Culham, T. (2013). Ethics education of business leaders: Emotional intelligence, virtues and contemplative learning. Charlotte, North Carolina, United States: Information Age Publishing Inc.. ISBN:9781623963460.
Culham, T., & Brantmeier, E. J. (2013). Embodied ethics. In Lin, J., & Oxford, R. L. (Eds.), Re-envisioning higher education: Embodied paths to wisdom and social transformation. Charlotte, North Carolina, United States: Information Age Publishing Inc..
Culham, T., Bai, H., Cohen, A., & Fiorini, K. (2013). The circle of leadership integrity within business organizations. In Amann, W., & Stachowicz-Stanusch, A. (Eds.), Integrity in organizations - Building the foundations for humanistic management. New York, New York, United States: Palgrave Macmillan. http://doi.org/10.1057/9781137280350
Culham, T. (2007). The leader's role in cultivating intuition in the workplace. In Huber, N. S., & Harvey, M. (Eds.), Leadership: Impact, Culture and Sustainability (BLB 2007) (pp. 37-45). San Francisco, California, United States: Jossey-Bass.