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Sarah Robinson


Sarah Robinson


Sarah Robinson is Associate Professor and Educational Anthropologist interested in the purpose of Higher Education and the future of the university.  Her research spans curriculum reform, policy in practice, ethnographic methods, teacher agency and enterprise education. She has a strong international profile and has published in The Thinking University; A Philosophical Examination of Thought and Higher Education Springer (Bengtsen, S. & Barnett, R.; 2018) and The Idea of the University: Volume 2 – Contemporary Perspectives. Peter Lang (Peters, M. A., & Barnett, R. 2018), as well as being a co-author on Teacher Agency; An ecological approach (Priestley, Biesta & Robinson; 2015). Sarah is on the board of Philsophy and Theory of Higher Education Society (PaTHES) and has responsibility for running an annual conference, webinars and other events that bring together a range of international cross-disciplinary scholars interested in Higher Education reforms. Currently she is working with the development of a pedagogy for change through an exploration of academic identity and enterprise education in the Humanities.

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