A chronology of books by Howard Gardner


The Quest for Mind: Jean Piaget, Claude Levi- Strauss, and the Structuralist Movement, 1973; Vintage paperback, 1974; coventure publication in England, 1975; translated into Italian and Japanese. Second Edition, 1981.

The Arts and Human Development, 1973; translated into Chinese and Portuguese. Second Edition, 1994.

The Shattered Mind, 1975. Vintage Paperback, 1976; translated into Japanese.

Developmental Psychology: An Introduction, 1979; Second Edition, 1982.

Artful Scribbles: The Significance of Children’s Drawings, 1980; Basic Books Paperback, 1982; translated into Japanese, French, Spanish, and Chinese.

Art, Mind, and Brain: A Cognitive Approach to Creativity, 1982; Basic Books Paperback, 1984; translated into Spanish, Hebrew, Japanese, Italian, Chinese, and Portuguese.

Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences, 1983; British Edition, W. Heinemann; translated into Spanish, Japanese, Italian, Hebrew, Chinese, French, and German; Basic Books Paperback, 1985. Tenth Anniversary Edition with new introduction, 1993; translated into Swedish, German, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, Chinese (Taiwan), French, Norwegian, Hebrew, Slovenian, Korean, and Czech; Tenth Anniversary British Edition, 1993.

The Mind’s New Science: A History of the Cognitive Revolution, 1985; translated into Spanish, Japanese, French, German, Italian, Chinese, and Portuguese; Basic Books Paperback with new Epilogue, 1987.

To Open Minds: Chinese Clues to the Dilemma of Contemporary Education, 1989; translated into Italian. Basic Books Paperback with new introduction, 1991.

Art Education and Human Development, 1990; translated into Italian and Spanish.

The Unschooled Mind: How Children Think and How Schools Should Teach, 1991; translated into Spanish, Italian, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Chinese (PRC), Chinese (Taiwan), Portuguese, Croatian, French, and Danish.

Multiple Intelligences: The Theory in Practice, 1993; translated into Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French, Chinese (Taiwan), Hebrew, Korean, Polish, Chinese (P.R.C.), and Danish.

Creating Minds: An Anatomy of Creativity Seen Through the Lives of Freud, Einstein, Picasso, Stravinsky, Eliot, Graham, and Gandhi, 1993; translated into Swedish, German, Spanish, Chinese (Taiwan), Portuguese, Italian, Slovenian, Korean, Polish, and French.

Leading Minds: An Anatomy of Leadership, 1995 (with the collaboration of Emma Laskin); translated into German, Italian, Swedish, Portuguese, Chinese (Taiwan), Greek, Korean, Spanish, and Japanese. British Edition, 1996.

Extraordinary Minds: Portraits of Exceptional Individuals and an Examination of Our Extraordinariness, 1997; British edition, 1997; translated into French, Portuguese, Chinese (Taiwan), Chinese (PRC), Polish, Hungarian, Czech, Spanish (Brazil), Korean, and German.

De Mange Intelligensers Paedagogik, 1997.

The Disciplined Mind: What All Students Should Understand, 1999; translated into Portuguese, German, Spanish, Chinese (Taiwan), Italian, Swedish, Korean, Hebrew, and Danish. Paperback edition with new afterword, “A Tale of Two Barns,” 2000.

Intelligence Reframed: Multiple Intelligences for the 21st Century, 1999; translated into German, Spanish, Korean, Hebrew, Chinese, Swedish Portuguese, Japanese, Italian, and Bulgarian.

Çoklu Zekâ: Görü?meler ve Makaleler (Multiple Intelligences: Interviews and Essays). C. Vickers (Ed.), 1999.

Co-Authored

Man and Men: Social Psychology as Social Science, 1970 (with M. Grossack).

Intelligence: Multiple Perspective, 1996 (with M. Kornhaber and W. Wake); translated into Croatian, Korean, Portuguese, and Polish.

Practical Intelligence for School, 1996 (with W. Williams, T. Blythe, N. White, J. Li, and R. Sternberg).

Good Work: When Excellence and Ethics Meet, 2001 (with M. Csikszentmihalyi and W. Damon).

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