Dave Hill: Online Papers
- Charge of the Right Brigade: the radical right's attack on teacher education
- Multi-cultural education - why whats going on and theoretical perspectives
- Background Information, Education Policies and `Race' in England and Wales, 1990. In Ruth Hessari & Dave Hill (1990) Practical Ideas For Multicultural Learning And Teaching In The Primary Classroom, London, Routledge.
- Initial Teacher Education and Ethnic Diversity
- Equality and primary teacher education
- Conservative Education Policy 1979-97 Equality in primary schooling
- Brief Autobiography of a Bolshie Dismissed
- What? All Kids and No Theory?: NQTs and Final Year Student Teachers, and their Evaluations of their ITE Courses
- Equality in primary schooling: The policy context, intentions and effects of the Conservative 'reforms'
(Cole, M., Hill, D. & Shan, S. (Eds) 1997)
- Resistance Postmodernism and the Ordeal of the Undecidable: A Marxist Critique
(Mike Cole, Dave Hill, Jane Kelly 1999)
- 'Education, Education, Education', or 'Business, Business, Business'? The Third Way ideology of New Labour's educational policy in England and Wales
- Social Class and Education (1999) in D. Matheson and I. Grosvenor (eds.) An Introduction to the Study of Education. London: David Fulton.
- Radical Left Principles for Social and Economic Justice in Education Policy
- Equality, Ideology and Education Policy (2001) in In D. Hill and. M. Cole (eds) Schooling and Equality: Fact, Concept and Policy. London: Kogan Page
- The Third Way in Britain: New Labour's neo-liberal education policy
- Red Chalk: On Schooling, Capitalism and Politics. Brighton: Institute for Education Policy Studies. (84pp.)
(Cole M, Hill D, McLaren P, and Rikowski G 2001)
- Global Neo-Liberalism and the Perversion Of Education
- The Third Way and Education
- The Third Way And Education: New Labour, The Dominance Of Neo-Liberal Global Capital In European Education Policies, And The Growth Of Inequality
- Global Neo-Liberalism, the Deformation of Education and Resistance, Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies, 1 (1)
- The Hillcole Group of Radical Left Educators
- Books, Banks and Bullets: Controlling our minds- the global project of Imperialistic and militaristic neo-liberalism and its effect on education policy. Policy Futures in Education, 2, 3-4, pp. 504-522 (Theme: Marxist Futures in Education).
- O Neoliberalismo Global, a Resistência e a Deformação da Educação, Curriculo sem Frontieras 3, 3 pp.24-59. (Brazil) 2004)
- Educational perversion and global neo-liberalism: a Marxist critique Cultural Logic: an electronic journal of Marxist Theory and Practice.
- Critical Transformative Teacher Education: a four-year Marxist undergraduate programme for student teachers: contexts, intents, constraints and effects
(Paper presented at the British Education Research Association Annual Conference, Manchester Metropolitan University, England, Sept, 2004)
- Globalisation and its educational discontents: Neoliberalisation and its impacts on education workers’ rights, pay, and conditions. International Studies in the Sociology of Education 15 (3), pp.257-288
- Class, Neoliberal Global Capital, Education and Resistance. Social Change, 36 (3) pp.47-76. New Delhi, India: The Council for Social Development
- Socialism and Social Democracy. In D. Gabbard, J. Spring and N. Silverman (eds.) Knowledge and Power in the Global Economy (2nd ed.) Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates
- Education Services Liberalization. Report for the International Labour Organisation
- New Labour’s Education Policy. In D. Kassem, E. Mufti and J. Robinson (eds.) Education Studies: Issues and Critical Perspectives. pp. 73-86
(Buckingham: Open University Press. 2006)
- Report for the ILO, on Globalisation, Neoliberalism and Education
- Critical Teacher Education, New Labour in Britain, and the Global Project of Neoliberal Capital. Aula Critica: Revista Educativa de la Fundacion McLaren de Pedagogia Critica, Tijuana: Universidad de Tijuana, México. 6 April. pp.1-31.
- Class, Capital and Education in this Neoliberal/ Neoconservative Period. Information for Social Change, 23.
- The Culturalization of Class and the Occluding of Class Consciousness: The Knowledge Industry in/of Education. Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies, 4 (1).
(Hill D and Kelsh D 2006)
- Marxism: some contemporary misconceptions
(Mike Cole, Dave Hill 2006)
- Analysing and Resisting Capitalist Education: Six Theses
- Obituary of Ted Grant, founder and leader of 'Militant'
- Education: Their Agenda and Ours. Socialist Resistance, 49. Sept.
- Socialist Educators and Capitalist Education. Socialist Outlook, 13.
- Critical Teacher Education for Economic, Environmental and Social Justice: an Ecosocialist Manifesto. Journal for Critical education Policy Studies, 5(2).
(Hill D and Boxley S 2007)
- Critical Teacher Education, New Labour in Britain, and the Global Project of Neoliberal Capital. Policy Futures, 5 (2) pp. 204-225.
- Embourgeoisment, Immiseration, Commodification - Marxism Revisited: a Critique of Education in Capitalist Systems. Journal for Critical education Policy Studies, 5(1).
(Greaves N, Hill D and Maisuria A 2007)
- Speech for Janet Holland about the Hillcole Group
- Theorising Politics and the Curriculum: Understanding and Addressing Inequalities through Critical Pedagogy and Critical Policy Analysis. In D. Hill and L. Helavaara Robertson (eds.) (2009) Equality in the Primary School: Promoting good practice across the curriculum
(London: Continuum 2009)
- Interview with Dave Hill on Politics and the European Election of 2009
- Students are Revolting: Education Cuts and Resistance
- Dave Hill interviewed by Bill Templer October 2010 (subsequently published in the USA newspaper, The Socialist in 2011
- A Socialist Manifesto for Education
(Hill, D 2010)
- Fighting neo-liberalism with education and activism (2012)
- Support Antarsya and its Transitional Programme in the June 17 2012 Greek parliamentary elections
- Dave Hill, interviewed by Ozden Aras Capulkaya and Sezen Bayhan, May 2013 in Istanbul, Turkey, for publication in Revolutionary Teacher
- Gezi Park and Taksim Square: Reflections and Reactions: Islamic Conservatism, Predatory Neoliberalism and the Continuing Courage of the Resistance
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