Selected Publications from CERES Directors
Arshad, R. (2013) Race Equality in Scottish Education in Scottish Education, Bryce, T. G. K. & Humes, W. M. (eds), Fourth Edition, Edinburgh University Press
Arshad, R., de Lima, P. and Konstantoni, K. (2012) Attracting international students: equitable services and support, campus cohesion and community engagement, Equality Challenge Unit. Download paper as pdf.
Arshad, R., Wrigley, T. and Pratt, L. (2012) Social Justice re-examined: dilemmas and solutions for the classroom teacher, Trentham Books, London
Arshad, R. (2012) The twenty-first century teacher needs to engage with race and racism in Social Justice re-examined, Arshad, R., Wrigley, T. and Pratt, L. (eds), Trentham Books
Arshad, R. (2012) Shaping practice: the impact of personal values and experiences in Social Justice re-examined, Arshad, R., Wrigley, T. and Pratt, L. (eds), Trentham Books
Arshad, R. and Maclennan, S. (2012) Social capital, diversity and inclusion: lessons from one primary school in Social Capital, Children and Young People, Catts, R. and Allan, J. (eds), Policy Press
Arshad, R. (2012) Schools and Social: Implication for practice in Social Capital, Children and Young People, Catts, R. and Allan, J. (eds), Policy Press
Arshad, R. and Riddell, S. (2011) “Managing Disability Equality in Scotland: Tensions between Social Audit and Disability Equality,” Social Policy and Society, 10(2): 229-238. Download paper as pdf.
Arshad, R. (2010) Foreword in Muslims in Scotland – an IPSOS Mori/British Council report Download report as pdf.
Arshad, R. (2010) Race Equality Toolkit for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education in Scotland. Race Equality Toolkit online.
Arshad, R., Forbes, J. and Catts, R. (2007) “The Role of Social Capital in Scottish Educational Policy” Scottish Educational Review, 39(2): 127-137. Download paper as pdf.
Bassel, L. and Emejulu, A. (2010) “Struggles for Institutional Space in France and the UK: Intersectionality and the Politics of Policy”, Politics and Gender, 6(4): 517-544. Download paper as pdf.
Dasli, M. (2012) “Are We There Yet? Intercultural Encounters with British Studies”, Language and Intercultural Communication, 12(3): 179-195.
Dasli, M. (2012) “Voices from the British Studies Classroom”. CERES Briefing Number 1. Download paper as pdf.
Emejulu, A. and Bassel, L. (2013) “Between Scylla and Charybdis: Enterprise and Austerity as a Double Hazard for Non-Governmental Organisations in France and the UK”. CERES Briefing Number 2. Download paper as pdf.
Emejulu, A. (2013) “Searching for the State and the Market in American Community Development: Reflections on Editing Community Development in the Steel City“, Community Development Journal, 48(1): 158-162. Reprinted in Concept: The Journal of Contemporary Community Education Practice Theory, 4(1) Spring 2013.
Emejulu, A. (2010) “We are the Ones We’ve Been Waiting For: Community Development, Collective Identity and Agency in the Age of Obama”, Community Development Journal, 46(1): 117-131. Download paper as pdf.
Emejulu, A. (2009) Ethnicity, Gender and Poverty in the United Kingdom. Poverty Alliance Briefing Paper #11. Read the paper online.
Foley, Y., Sangster, P. and Anderson, C. (2013) Examining EAL policy and practice in mainstream schools in Social Justice re-examined, Arshad, R., Wrigley, T. and Pratt, L. (eds), Trentham Books
Pratt, L. and Foley, Y. (2012) Using critical literacy to ‘do’ gender in Social Justice re-examined, Arshad, R., Wrigley, T. and Pratt, L. (eds), Trentham Books
Foley, Y. (2010) “Using a Multidimensional Approach to Meet the Reading Literacy Needs of EAL Pupils”, Naldic Quarterly 7(2).
Curdt-Christiansen, X-L. and Hancock, A. (eds) (in press) Learning Chinese Diasporic Communities: Many Pathways to Being Chinese. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Hancock, A. (forthcoming) “Language education policy in multilingual Scotland: opportunities, imbalances and debates”, Language Planning and Language Problems
Hancock, A. (forthcoming) Language Policy, Provision and Practice in Scottish Schools in Education in the UK, C. Brock (ed.), London: Bloomsbury
Hancock, A. (2012) “Unpacking mundane practices: Children’s experiences of learning literacy at a Chinese Complementary School in Scotland”, Language and Education, 26(1): 1-17.
Hancock, A. (2012) Inclusive practices for pupils with English as an additional language in Social Justice re-examined, Arshad, R., Wrigley, T. and Pratt, L. (eds), Trentham Books
Hancock, A. (2012) Capturing the Linguistic Landscape of Edinburgh: a pedagogical tool to investigate student teachers’ understandings of cultural and linguistic diversity in Linguistic Landscapes, Multilingualism and Social Change, Bagna, C., Barni, M. and Hélot, C. (eds), Frankfurt: Peter Lang
Hancock, A. (2006) “Attitudes and Approaches to Literacy in Scottish Chinese Homes”, Language and Education, 20(5): 355-373. Download paper as pdf.
Konstantoni, K. (2013) Children’s peer relationships and social identities: exploring cases of young children’s agency and complex interdependencies from the Minority World in Children and Young People’s Relationships. Learning Across Majority and Minority Worlds, Punch, S. & Tisdall, E. K. S. (eds), Routledge: London. Reprinted in Children’s Geographies, 10(3): 337-346.
Weedon, E., Riddell, S., McCluskey, G. and Konstantoni, K. (2013) Muslim Families’ Educational Experiences in England and Scotland. Final Report. Centre for Research in Education Inclusion and Diversity (CREID). The Awaleed Centre. The Moray House School of Education, The University of Edinburgh. Download report as pdf. CREID Briefing 28.
Shapira, M. (2010) “Explaining Differences in the Attainment of Migrant Children: Cross Country Study,” CES Briefing Number 53. Download paper as pdf.
Shapira, M. (2009) “Does Competition Between Immigrants and Native Born Exist? Understanding the Impact of Immigrants on the Labour Market Outcomes of British Workers,” CES working paper Number 3. Download paper as pdf.
Shapira, M. (2009) “Immigrant Impact on Employment and Occupational Opportunities of Populations in Britain.” CES working paper Number 1. Download paper as pdf.