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    Tina A.C. Besley 教授  博士生导师
    地  址:北京师范大学100875
    基本信息

    About Tina

    I was appointed Associate Dean International in the Faculty of Education in 2017.  Until end of 2017, I was Director, Centre for Global Studies in Education, which I established in 2012.

    Having been a NZ secondary school teacher for 16 years (Head of Guidance, Counsellor), I began my academic career as Research Fellow at University of Glasgow, UK in late 2000, then I moved to University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, USA. I have been a Full Professor since appointment in 2006 at California State University, San Bernardino. In 2008 I returned to University of Illinois Urbana Champaign as Research Professor before appointment at Waikato in August 2011. I work closely with Prof. Michael A. Peters and with a wide international network of scholars.

    Research Interests

    Philosophy of Education; Education Policy & Politics; Education Research; Globalisation; Interculturalism, Morals and Ethics; Subjectivity; Sociology and Education; Social Justice; Youth; Counselling

    Research Expertise

    l  Philosophy of Education – especially the  later work of Michel Foucault, applied to education - subjectivity, free speech, governmentality

    l  Interculturalism & Global Studies in Education – policy, identities and cultures, academic entrepreneurship in the creative economy, the global knowledge economy

    l  Education Policy - financialisation, internationalisation

    l  Youth Studies – globalised identities and  digital media cultures

    l  Counselling – school counselling and narrative therapy

    Teaching Areas/ Programmes

    l  Global studies

    l  Social and political issues in education

    l  Philosophy of Education

    l  2017 -19 Visiting Distinguished Professor, Zhengzhou Universiity, China

    l  2011- ongoing Adjunct Professor, College of Education, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, USA

    l  2010   Adjunct Professor, Guangzhou University, China

    Academic and Professional Leadership Roles

    l  President,  Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia (PESA)

    l  President, Association for Visual Pedagogies (AVP)

    l  Associate Editor: Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2010 - present; E-Learning and Digital Media: Video Journal of Education and Pedagogy; Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory.

    l  International Advisory Board, British Journal of Guidance & Counselling

    l  Editorial Boards: ACCESS – Critical Perspectives on Communication, Cultural and Policy Studies; Policy Futures in Education; Review of Contemporary Philosophy; New Zealand Journal of Counselling; Knowledge Cultures

    l  Book Series Co-editor: Global Studies in Education (New York, Peter Lang Publishers); Key Critical Thinkers in Education (Rotterdam: Sense Publishers); Critical Education Policy and Politics (Rowman & Littlefield); Counselling and Student Cultures: New Perspectives (Rotterdam: Sense Publishers)

    l  Executive Committee, Philosophy of Education  Society of Australasia, 2010 – present

    l  Member New Zealand Association of Counsellors (MNZAC) since 1990

    l  Organiser of 4 conferences (Creative University; Freire: The Global Legacy; Children in Crisis, all for the Centre for Global Studies in Education; PESA 2014).

    Awards/ Honours

    l  2014   Fellow Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia (FPESA)

    l  Fellow Royal Society of Arts (UK) (FRSA)

    l  American Educational Studies Association       Critics Choice Book Award, 2009: Besley, A.C. & Peters, M. A. (2007). Subjectivity and Truth: Foucault,       Education and the Culture of Self. New York: Peter Lang.

    l  Faculty Fellows Award, Academy for Entrepreneurial Leadership, College of Business, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2009 - present

    l  California State University San Bernardino,  Collaborating through Team Teaching Grant Award, 2007

    l  California State University San Bernardino, College of Education, Outstanding Faculty Professional Growth Award, 2007