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Utopian universities: a technicist’s dream.
Journal of Computing in Higher Education.
(2), pp. 132-142. 1042-1726.
What Use is Educational Research? A Debate.
London: Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain. 0902227130.
Educating for Utopia: William Morris on useful learning versus 'useless toil'.
The Journal of William Morris Studies.
(2), pp. 54-72. 1756-1353.
Whose knowledge counts and what counts as knowledge? Educational policy and student identities.
Paper presented to:
Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE) Annual Conference 2016, Newport, Wales, 07-09 December 2016
Gove’s re-whiting of knowledge.
Huffington Post UK blog.
Member of Editorial Board.
Prospero. London: Ingleside-Ashby. 1358-6785.
The justification for teaching the visual arts in schools.
Paper presented to:
Second International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Granada, Spain, 10-13 July 2007
The concept of intelligence: a reply to Michael Hand.
London Review of Education.
(1), pp. 47-49. 1474-8460.
Education and the visual arts: a reply to my critics.
Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain Newsletter 2007.
, pp. 23-27.
The Visual Arts and Education.
London: Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain. 0902227124.
Irish Educational Studies.
, pp. 34-44. 0332-3315.
Philosophy and Educational Policy: A Critical Introduction.
London: RoutledgeFalmer. 0415369584.
Philosophy of Education Symposium.
Invited Presentation presented to:
BERA (British Educational Research Association) Annual Conference, Institute of Education, London, 5-9 September 2007
The politics of Higher Degree supervision. Or: why Einstein would never get his PhD!
Law, Culture & Ideas Blog.
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