deliverance. In Anne Edwards, Peter Gilroy, David Hartley
(eds) Rethinking Teacher Education. London: Falmer (2002),
fallible and biased though it be' (on the vagaries of educational
research). British Journal of Educational Studies,
2002, 50 (1) 144-164.
to Nicholas Beattie, Freinet in his World: Versions of
educational progressivism in France, Italy and Germany 1920-2000.
Lampeter, Wales: Edwin Mellen Press (forthcoming, 2002).
From Dialectic to Didactic (with curriculum and textbooks
in mind). Paradigm (Journal of the Textbook Colloquium),
vol 2 (5), 15-24, 2002.
Working and conference papers
the killer application: teaching and learning in the reform
of higher education in Sweden (Nordisk förening för
pedagogisk forskning conference, Tallin, March 2002)
quality back into teaching (Contribution to a book
with the provisional title: What has quality to do with schools?)
in the making: Peter Ramus and the beginnings of modern schooling
(paper presented at the American Educational Research Association
Convention, Chicago, April 21-25, 2003)
Bridging text and context in the history of education
(Paper presented at the conference on Pedagogik-historisk
forskning, Lärarhögskolan i Stockholm, 25-27 September
Beyond a technology
of salvation, Essay review of
Curriculum Visions by William Doll & Noel Gough
When does a 'house
of studies' become a 'school'?: a comment on the Jesuits and
the beginnings of modern schooling (paper presented at
the English History of Education Conference, Cambridge, 2003)
revival of learning' (paper given in Brazil, March 2001,
published in Portuguese)
a voice in academic writing (1996)
Writin' and Reportin'
with Rigour (a bibliography, constantly updated)
More than a hasty affair: doctoral Studies in Sweden (2001)
Time and tradition:
resolving tensions in the organisation
of doctoral training in Sweden (to appear in Nordisk Pedagogic,