Fellows Detail

Professor Bob Lingard

Cert Teach (now QUT), BA, BEdSt (UQ), MA (Durham UK), PhD (UQ)

Elected: 2011

Discipline: Sociology

Specialisation: education, policy

Profile

Professor Bob Lingard is currently a Professorial Research Fellow in the School of Education at The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia and a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia and an Academician of the Academy of Social Sciences in the UK. Bob is also a Fellow of the Australian Council of Educational Leaders.  He has also been Professor at the University of Edinburgh (2006-2008), where he held the Andrew Bell Chair of Education, and the University of Sheffield (2003-2006) in the UK. From 1989-2003, Bob worked in the School of Education at The University of Queensland, where he was also Professor and for a time Head of School. Bob has an international research reputation in the areas of sociology of education and education policy and has published widely in these fields. Bob has authored/edited 18 books. His most recent books include: Globalizing Education Policy (Routledge, 2010), co-authored with Fazal Rizvi, Changing Schools (Routledge, 2012), co-edited with Pat Thomson and Terry Wrigley and Educating Boys: beyond structural reform (Palgrave, 2009), co-authored with Wayne Martino and Martin Mills. In 2014, Routledge published his Selected Works: Politics, Policies and Pedagogies in Education (Routledge, 2014). Bob has published more than 100 journal articles and book chapters and was co-director of a government commissioned research project in Australia, which developed the influential concept of ‘productive pedagogies’, which has had policy and practice impact around the globe. Bob is also co-editor of the journal Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education and editor of the book series, Keys Ideas and Education with Greg Dimitriadis (Routledge, New York). Bob is on the Editorial Board of 8 international journals, including, British Journal of Sociology of Education and International Journal of Inclusive Education. Bob was the first two year President of the Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE), 1999 and 2000 and was also a long term Executive member. He currently chairs AARE’s Annual Doctoral Award Committee. Bob has won more than $4.5 million in competitive research grants. He was also the inaugural Chair of the Queensland Studies Authority (QSA), appointed by the Minister for Education, and is currently a member of the Governing Board of the QSA and Chair of its P-12 Curriculum Committee.  He is currently National Past President of the Australian College of Educators. Bob has delivered more than 100 Keynote Addresses, including at the British Education Research Association Annual Conference, at the European Educational Research Association Annual Conference, and at the South African Educational Research Association Inaugural Conference in 2013. In 2010, he delivered the prestigious Radford Memorial Lecture and in 2013 he delivered the Jack Keating Memorial Lecture and the Hedley Beare Oration. Bob has supervised 35 PhDs to completion and examined more than 65 PhD theses.  Bob has taught postgraduate courses in education policy for more than 25 years.

Appointments

2008-present: Professorial Research Fellow, School of Education, The University of Queensland.

2008-present: appointed to the Governing Board of the Queensland Studies Authority; Chair of the QSA Curriculum Committee.

2006-2008: Andrew Bell Professor of Education, Moray House School of Education, The University of Edinburgh (also Chair of the Godfrey Thomson Trust: a charity supporting educational research).

2004-2006: Research Professor of Sociology of Education, School of Education, The University of Sheffield.

2002-2003: Professor and Head of School of Education, The University of Queensland.

2002-2004: Chair of the Queensland Studies Authority, appointed by the Minister for Education, Anna Bligh.

2001-2004: Professor (Personal Chair), School of Education, The University of Queensland.

1996-2000 Associate Professor, School of Education, The University of Queensland.

1992-1995: Senior Lecturer, School of Education, The University of Queensland.

1989-1991 Lecturer, School of Education, The University of Queensland.

1979-1988: Lecturer, Sociology of Education, Brisbane CAE (now QUT).

1976-1979: Lecturer, Sociology of Education, Brisbane DDIAE (now USQ).

1974-1975: Research Assistant, School of Education, The University of Queensland.

1969-1974: Primary and secondary teacher, Queensland Department of Education.

Awards

Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, Australia.

Fellow of the Australian Council of Educational Leaders.

Academicians of the Academy of Social Sciences, UK.

Life Membership of the Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane.

Adjunct Professor, The University of Glasgow.

Publications

Recent significant publications (2004 - 2014)

Scholarly books:

  1. *Lingard, B. (2014) Politics, policies and pedagogies in education: The selected works of Bob Lingard. London: Routledge.
  2. Wyse , D. , Baumfield , V.M. , Egan , D. , Gallagher , C. , Hayward , L. , Hulme , M. , Leitch , R. , Livingston , K. , Menter , I. and Lingard , B. (2013) Creating the curriculum. London: Routledge.
  3. Wrigley, T., Thomson, P. and Lingard, B. (eds.) (2012) Changing schools: Alternative models making a world of difference. London: Routledge.
  4. *Rizvi, F. and Lingard, B. (2010) Globalizing education policy. London: Routledge.
  5. Lingard, B. and Gale, T. (eds.) (2010) Research by association. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
  6. Lingard, B., Martino, W. and Mills, M. (2009) Educating boys: Beyond structural reform. London: Palgrave.
  7. Lingard, B., Nixon, J. and Ranson, S. (eds.) (2008) Transforming learning in schools and communities: The remaking of education for a cosmopolitan society. London: Continuum.
  8. Lingard, B. and Ozga, J. (eds.) (2007) The RoutledgeFalmer reader in educational policy and politics. London: RoutledgeFalmer.
  9. Hayes, D., Mills, M., Christie, P. and Lingard, B. (2006) Teachers and schools making a difference. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Scholarly Book chapters:

  1. Rawolle, S. and Lingard, B. (2014) Mediatization of education: a sociological account (Chapter 21). in K. Lundby (ed.) Mediatization of Communication: vol. 21 in the Handbooks of Communication Science. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.
  2. Forbes, J. and Lingard, B. (2013) Elite school capitals and girls’ schooling: Understanding the (re)production of privilege through a habitus of ‘assuredness’. In C.Maxwell and P. Aggleton (eds.) Privilege, agency and affect. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  3. Lingard, B. (2013) Positions/dispositions: Reflections on engaging with feminism and masculinity politics. In M. Weaver-Hightower and C. Skelton (eds.) Leaders in gender and education. Rotterdam: Sense.
  4. *Lingard, B. and McGregor, G. (2013) High stakes assessment and new curricula: A Queensland case of competing tensions in curriculum development. In M. Priestley and G. Biesta (eds.) Reinventing the curriculum. London: Bloomsbury.
  5. *Lingard, B. and Sellar, S. (2013) Globalization and sociology of education policy: The case of PISA. In R. Brooks, M. McCormack and K. Bhopal (eds.) Contemporary debates in the sociology of education. London: Palgrave.
  6. *Rawolle, S. and Lingard, B. (2013) Bourdieu and educational research: Thinking tools, relational thinking, beyond epistemological innocence. In M. Murphy (ed.) Social theory and educational research: Understanding Foucault, Habermas, Derrida and Bourdieu. London: Routledge.
  7. *Sellar, S. and Lingard, B. (2013) Expanding PISA and the role of the OECD in global educational governance. In H.-D. Meyer and A. Benavot (eds.) PISA and the expanding role of the OECD in global education governance. Oxford: Symposium Books.
  8. Lingard, B., Forbes, J., Weiner, G. and Horne, J. (2012) Multiple capitals and Scottish independent schools: The (re)production of advantage. In J. Allan and R. Catts (eds.) Social capital, children and young people: Implications for practices, policy and research. Bristol, UK: The Policy Press, pp. 181 – 198.
  9. Lingard, B., Hardy, I. and Heimans, S. (2012) Deparochializing educational research. In T. Fenwick and L. Farrell (eds.) Knowledge mobilization and educational research. London: Routledge, pp. 211 – 236.
  10. Lingard, B., MacKinlay, L. and Vass, G. (2012) Reimagining lines of flight in schooling for Indigenous students in Australia. In J. Lavia and S. Mahlomaholo (eds.) Culture, education, and community: expressions of the postcolonial imagination. London: Palgrave.
  11. Thomson, P., Lingard, B. and Wrigley, T. (2012) Reimagining school change: The necessity and reasons for hope. In T. Wrigley, P. Thomson and B. Lingard (eds.) Changing schools: Alternative ways to make a world of difference. London: Routledge, pp. 1 – 14.
  12. Wrigley, T., Thomson, P. and Lingard, B. (2012) Resources for changing schools: Ideas in and for practice. In T. Wrigley, P. Thomson and B. Lingard (eds.) Changing schools: Alternative ways to make a world of difference. London: Routledge, pp. 194 – 214.G
  13. *Grek, S., Lawn, M., Lingard, B., Ozga, J., Rinne, R., Segerholm, C. and Simola, H. (2011)National policy brokering and the construction of the European education space in England, Sweden, Finland and Scotland. In J. Ozga, P. Dahler-Larsen, C. Segerholm and H. Simola (eds.) Fabricating quality in Europe: Data and education governance. London: Routledge.
  14. Lingard, B. (2011) Changing teachers’ work in Australia. In N. Mockler and J. Sachs (eds.) Rethinking educational practice through reflexive inquiry. London: Springer, pp. 229 – 245.
  15. Lingard, B. (2010) The impact of research on education policy: The relevance for doctoral students. In P. Thomson and M. Walker (eds.), The Routledge doctoral students’ companion: Getting to grips with research in education and the social sciences. London: Routledge, pp. 377 – 389.
  16. Lingard, B. (2010) Towards a sociology of pedagogies. In M. Apple, S. J. Ball and L. Gandin (eds.), The Routledge international handbook of sociology of education. London: Routledge, pp. 167 – 178.
  17. Lingard, B. and Gale, T. (2010) Presidential Address as pedagogy. In T. Gale and B. Lingard (eds.) Educational Research by Association. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, pp. 1 – 22.
  18. Lingard, B. and Rawolle, S. (2010) Comparative education and the rescaling of education politics and policy. In M. Larsen (ed.) New thinking in comparative education. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, pp. 33 – 52.
  19. Lingard, B. (2010) From here on in. In R. Coates (ed.) Peter Cripps: Towards and elegant solution. Melbourne: Australian Centre for Contemporary Art.
  20. Lingard, B. and Cripp, P. (2010) Flattening Australian Art History. In R. Coates (ed.) Peter Cripps: Towards and elegant solution. Melbourne: Australian Centre for Contemporary Art.
  21. Lingard, B. (2009) Pedagogizing teacher professional identities. In S. Gewirtz, P. Mahony, I. Hextall and A. Cribb (eds.) Changing teacher professionalism: International trends, challenges, and ways forward. London: Routledge, pp. 81 – 93.
  22. *Lingard, B. (2009) Researching education policy in a globalized world: Theoretical and methodological considerations. In T. S. Popkewitz and F. Rizvi (eds.) Globalization and the study of education. Massachusetts: Wiley-Blackwell Malden, pp. 226 – 246.
  23. *Lingard, B. and Rawolle, S. (2009) Rescaling and reconstituting education policy: The knowledge economy and the scalar politics of global fields. In M. Simons, M. Olsen and M. Peters (eds.) Re- reading education policies: Studying the policy agenda of the twenty- first century. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, pp. 205 – 219.
  24. Lingard, B. and Renshaw, P. (2009) Teaching as a research- informed and research- informing profession. In A. Campbell and S. Groundwater-Smith (eds.) Connecting inquiry and professional learning. London: Routledge, pp. 26 – 39.
  25. *Rizvi, F. and Lingard, B. (2009) The OECD and global shifts in education policy. In R. Cowen and A. Kazamias (eds.) International handbook of comparative education. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 431 – 447.
  26. Lingard, B. (2008) Pedagogies of indifference: Research, policy and practice. In B. Lingard, J. Nixon and S. Ranson (eds.) Transforming learning in schools and communities: The remaking of education for a cosmopolitan society. London: Continuum, pp. 209 – 235.
  27. Lingard, B. (2008) Scottish education: Reflections from an international perspective. In T. G. K. Bryce and W. M. Humes (eds.) Scottish education: Beyond devolution, 3rd edit. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 968 – 981.
  28. Lingard, B., Nixon, J. and Ranson, S. (2008) Remaking education for a globalized world: Policy and pedagogic possibilities. In B. Lingard, J. Nixon and S. Ranson (eds.) Transforming learning in schools and communities: The remaking of education for a cosmopolitan society. London: Continuum, pp. 3 – 33.
  29. *Lingard, B. (2007) Deparochializing the study of education: Globalization and the research imagination. In K. N. Gulson and C. Symes (eds.), Spatial theories of education: Policy and geography matters. New York: Routledge, pp. 234 – 250.
  30. Lingard, B. and Ozga, J. (2007) Reading education policy and politics. In B. Lingard and J. Ozga (eds.) The RoutledgeFalmer reader in education policy and politics. London: Routledge, pp. 1 – 8.
  31. *Ozga, J. and Lingard, B. (2007) Globalisation, education policy and politics. In B. Lingard and J. Ozga (eds.),The RoutledgeFalmer reader in education policy and politics. London: Routledge, pp. 65 – 82.
  32. *Rizvi, F. and Lingard, B. (2006) Globalization and the changing nature of the OECD’s educational work. In H. Lauder, P. Brown, J-A. Dillabough and A. H. Halsey (eds.) Education, globalization and social change. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 247 – 260.

Refereed Journal Articles:

  1. *Lingard, B., Sellar, S. & Savage, G. (2014). Test-based accountabilities and data infrastructures: Rearticulations of social justice as equity in education policy. British Journal of Sociology of Education.
  2. Peacock, D., Sellar, S. & Lingard, B. (2013). The activation, appropriation and practices of student-equity policy in Australian higher education. Journal of Education Policy. DOI:10.1080/02680939.2013.839829.
  3. Lingard, B. and McGregor, G. (2014) Two contrasting Australian Curriculum responses to globalisation: what students should learn or become, The Curriculum Journal, DOI: 10.1080/09585176.2013.872.
  4.  *Lingard, B. (2013) Historicizing and contextualizing global policy discourses: Test- and standards-based accountabilities in education, The International Education Journal: Comparative perspectives, 12, 2, 122-133.
  5. *Lingard, B., Martino, W. and Rezai-Rashti, G. (2013) Testing regimes, accountabilities and education policy: commensurate global and national developments, Journal of Education Policy, 28, 5, 539-556.
  6. *Lingard, B. and Sellar, S. (2013)   Globalization, edu-business and network governance: the policy sociology of Stephen J. Ball and rethinking education policy analysis. London Review of Education, 11, 3, 265-280.
  7. Lingard, B. and Keddie, A. (2013) Redistribution, recognition and representation: working against pedagogies of indifference. Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 21, 3, 427-447.
  8. Lingard, B. (2013) The impact of research on education policy in an era of evidence-based policy. Critical Studies in Education, 54, 2, 113-131.
  9. *Sellar, S. & Lingard, B. (2013) The OECD and global governance in education. Journal of Education Policy, 28, 5, 710-725.
  10. *Sellar, S. and Lingard, B. (2013) The OECD and the expansion of PISA: new global modes of governance in education. British Educational Research Journal. DOI: 10.1002/berj.3120.
  11. Lingard, B. (2013) Thinking about theory in educational research. Educational Philosophy and Theory. DOI 10.1080/00131857.2013.793928.
  12. *Lingard, B. and Sellar, S. (2013) ‘Catalyst data’: Perverse systemic effects of audit and accountability in Australian schooling. Journal of Education Policy, 28, 5, 634-656.
  13. Lingard, B., Martino, W. and Mills, M. (2013) Managing oppositional masculinity politics: The gendering of a government commissioned research project. International Journal of Qualitative Research in Education, 26, 4, 434-454.
  14. Martino, W., Rezai-Rashti, G. and Lingard, B. (2013)   Gendering in gender research: methodological considerations. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 26, 4, 391-399.
  15. *Sellar, S. and Lingard, B. (2013) Looking East: Shanghai, PISA and the reconstitution of reference societies in the global education policy field. Comparative Education, 49, 4, 464-484.
  16. Smala, S., Bergas Paz, J. and Lingard, B. (2012) Languages, cultural capital and school choice: Distinction and second- language immersion programmes. British Journal of Sociology of Education. 34,3, 373-391.
  17. Honan, E., Hamid, M. O., Alhamdan, B., Phommalangsy, P. and Lingard, B. (2012) Ethical issues in cross- cultural research. International Journal of Research and Method in Education.DOI: 10.1080/1743727X.2012.70527.
  18. Lingard, B. and Sellar, S. (2012) A policy sociology reflection on school reform in England: From the ‘third way’ to the ‘big society’. Journal of Educational Administration and History, 44, 1, 43 – 63.
  19. *Lingard, B., Creagh, S. and Vass, G. (2012) Education policy as numbers: Two Australian cases of misrecognition. Journal of Education Policy, 27, 3, 315 – 333.
  20. Lingard, B., Mills, M. and Weaver-Hightower, M. B. (2012) Interrogating recuperative masculinity politics in schooling. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 16, 4, 407 – 421.
  21. Thomson, P., Lingard, B. and Wrigley, T. (2012) Ideas for changing educational systems, educational policy and schools. Critical Studies in Education, 53, 1, 1 – 7.
  22. Wrigley, T., Lingard, B. and Thomson, P. (2012) Pedagogies of transformation: Keeping hope alive in troubled times. Critical Studies in Education, 53, 1, 1 – 14.
  23. Hardy, I., Heimans, S. and Lingard, B. (2011) Journal rankings: Positioning the field of educational research and educational academics. Power and Education, 3, 1, 4 – 17.
  24. Horne, J., Lingard, B., Weiner, G. and Forbes, J. (2011) Capitalizing on sport: Sport, physical education and multiple capitals in three Scottish independent schools. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 32, 6, 861 – 879.
  25. *Lingard, B. (2011) Policy as numbers: Ac/counting for educational research. The Australian Educational Researcher, 38, 4, 355 – 382.
  26. Lingard, B. (2011) Redistribution et reconnaissance: le refus des pedagogies de l’indifference (Redistribution and recognition: working against pedagogies of indifference). Education de Societie, 27, 1, 39 – 52.
  27. *Lingard, B. and Rawolle, S. (2011) New scalar politics: Implications for education policy. Comparative Education, 47, 4, 489 – 502.
  28. Rizvi, F. and Lingard, B. (2011) Social equity and the assemblage of values in Australian higher education. Cambridge Journal of Education, 41, 1, 5 – 22.
  29. *Lingard, B. (2010) Policy borrowing, policy learning: Testing times in Australian schooling. Critical Studies in Education, 51, 2, 129 – 147.
  30. Lingard, B. and Gale, T. (2010) Defining educational research: A perspective of/on presidential addresses and the Australian Association for Research in Education. The Australian Educational Researcher, 37, 1, 21 – 49.
  31. Rawolle, S. and Lingard, B. (2010) The mediatization of the knowledge based economy: A field-based account. Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research, 35, 3, 269 – 286.
  32. Grek, S., Lawn, M., Lingard, B. and Varjo, J. (2009) Dwelling in the flow: Europeanization through quality assurance processes in education. Journal of Education Policy, 24, 2, 121 – 133.
  33. Grek, S., Lawn, M., Lingard, B., Ozga, J., Rinne, R., Segerholm, C. and Simola, H. (2009) National policy brokering and the construction of the European education space in England, Sweden, Finland and Scotland. Comparative Education, 45, 1, 5 – 21.
  34. Johannesson, I., Lingard, B. and Mills, M. (2009) Possibilities in the ‘Boy Turn’? Comparative lessons from Australia and Iceland. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research, 53, 2, 309 – 325.
  35. Lingard, B. and Ali, S. (2009) Contextualising education in Pakistan, a White Paper: Global/national articulations in education policy. Globalisation, Societies and Education, 7, 3, 237 – 256.
  36. Lingard, B. and Rawolle, S. (2009) Understanding quality and equity of schooling in Scotland: Locating educational traditions globally. Education in the North, 17, 1, 1 – 25.
  37. Hardy, I. and Lingard, B. (2008) Teacher professional development as an effect of policy and practice: A Bourdieuan analysis. Journal of Education Policy, 23, 1, 63 – 80.
  38. Lingard, B. (2008) Globalizing research accountabilities: Critical perspectives on communication. Access: Cultural & Policy Studies, 27, 1 & 2, 175 – 188.
  39. Lingard, B., Mundy, K., Wexler, P. and Sunker, H. (2008) Review Symposium: Education, equality and social cohesion: A comparative analysis. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 29, 2, 225 – 236.
  40. Rawolle, S. and Lingard, B. (2008) The sociology of Pierre Bourdieu and researching education policy. Journal of Education Policy, 23, 6, 729 – 740.
  41. Lingard, B. (2007) Pedagogies of indifference. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 11, 3, 245 – 266.
  42. Lingard, B. and Gale, T. (2007) The emergent structure of feeling: What does it mean for critical educational studies and research? Critical Studies in Education, 48, 1, 1 – 23.
  43. Lingard, B. and Mills, M. (2007) Pedagogies making a difference: Issues of social justice and inclusion. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 11, 3, 233 – 244.
  44. Martino, W., Mills, M. and Lingard, B. (2007) Getting boys’ education ‘right’: The Australian government’s parliamentary inquiry report as an exemplary instance of recuperative masculinity politics. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 28, 1, 5 – 21.
  45. *Lingard, B. (2006) Globalisation, the research imagination and deparochialising the study of education. Globalisation, Societies and Education, 3, 2, 287 – 302.
  46. Lingard, B. and Jn Pierre, K. D. (2006) Strengthening national capital: A postcolonial analysis of lifelong learning policy in St Lucia, Caribbean. Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 14, 3, 295 – 314.
  47. Lingard, B., Mills, M. and Hayes, D. (2006) Enabling and aligning assessment for learning: Some research and policy lessons from Queensland. International Studies in Sociology of Education, 16, 2, 83 – 102.
  48. Minh Ngo,T., Lingard, B. and Mitchell, J. (2006) The policy cycle and vernacular globalization: A case study of the creation of Vietnam National University – Hochiminh City. Comparative Education, 42, 2, 225 – 242.
  49. Rizvi, F. and Lingard, B. (2006) Edward Said and the cultural politics of education. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 27, 3, 293 – 308.
  50. Rizvi, F., Lingard, B. and Lavia, J. (2006) Postcolonialism and education: Negotiating a contested terrain. Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 14, 3, 249 – 262.
  51. Lingard, B. (2005) Socially just pedagogies in changing times. International Studies in Sociology of Education, 15, 2, 165 – 186.
  52. Lingard, B., Rawolle, S. and Taylor, S. (2005) Globalizing policy sociology in education: Working with Bourdieu. Journal of Education Policy, 20, 6, 759 – 777.
  53. Lingard, B., Taylor, S. and Rawolle, S. (2005) Bourdieu and the study of educational policy: Introduction. Journal of Education Policy, 20, 6, 663 – 669.
  54. Martino, W., Mills, M. and Lingard, B. (2005) Interrogating single- sex classes as a strategy for addressing boys’ educational needs. Oxford Review of Education, 25, 2, 237 – 254.
  55. Hayes, D., Christie, P., Mills, M. and Lingard, B. (2004) Productive leaders and productive leadership: Schools as learning organisations. Journal of Educational Administration, 42, 5, 520 – 538.
  56. Lingard, B. and Rawolle, S. (2004) Mediatizing educational policy: The journalistic field, science policy, and cross- field effects. Journal of Education Policy, 19, 3, 361 – 380.
  57. Martino, W., Lingard, B. and Mills, M. (2004) Issues in boys’ education: A question of teacher threshold knowledges. Gender and Education, 16, 4, 435 – 454.
  58. Mills, M., Martino, W. and Lingard, B. (2004) Issues in the male teacher debate: Masculinities, misogyny and homophobia. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 25, 3, 355 – 369.

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