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Articles

Skelton, C., Carrington, B. , Francis, B. , Hutchings, M. & Read, B. & Hall, I. (2009) Gender ‘matters’ in the primary classroom: pupils’ and teachers' perspectives , pp187 - 204. in British Educational Research Journal, 35(2)

Leathwood, C. & Hey, V. (2009) Gender/ed Discourses and Emotional Sub-texts: Theorising Emotion in UK Higher Education , pp429-440 in Teaching in Higher Education, 14(4)

Moreau, M-P. , Osgood, J. & Halsall, A. (2008) Equal Opportunites Policies in English Schools: Towards greater gender equality in the teaching workforce? , pp553-578 in Gender, Work and Organization, 15(6)

Mendick, H. , Moreau, M.-P. & Hollingworth, S. (2008) High School Mathematical: some thoughts on images of women doing mathematics in popular culture. , pp205-207 in Mathematics Today, 44(5)

Archer, L. , Halsall, A. & Hollingworth, S. (2007) Class, gender, (hetero)sexuality and schooling: paradoxes within working class girls' engagement with education and post-16 aspirations , pp165-180 in British Journal of Sociology of Education, 28(2)

Moreau, M-P. , Osgood, J. & Halsall, A. (2007) Making Sense of the Glass Ceiling in Schools: an exploration of women teachers' discourses , pp 237-253 in Gender and Education, 19(2)

Halsall, A. (2006) A Survey of the Values of Christian-Affiliated Girls in the UK , pp 333-348 in Feminist Theology, 14(3)

Archer, L. & Francis, B. (2006) Challenging classes? Exploring the role of social class within the identities and achievement of British Chinese pupils , 29-49 in Sociology, 40 (1)

Osgood, J. (2006) Deconstructing Professionalism in the Early Years: resisting the regulatory gaze , pp 5-14 in Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 7(1)

Osgood, J. (2006) Editorial: Rethinking 'Professionalism' in the Early Years: English perspectives , pp 1-4 in Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 7(1)

Leathwood, C. (2006) Gender, equity and the discourse of the independent learner in higher education , pp 611-613 in Higher Education, 52(4)

Osgood, J. , Francis, B. & Archer, L. (2006) Gendered Identities and Work Placement: why don't boys care? , pp 305-321 in Journal of Education Policy, 21(3)

Skelton, C. & Read, B. (2006) Male and female teachers' evaluative responses to gender and the implications of these for the learning environments of primary age pupils , pp 105-120 in International Studies in Sociology of Education, 16(2)

Osgood, J. (2006) Professionalism and Performativity: the paradox facing early years practitioners , in Early Years, 26(2)

Moreau, M-P. (2006) Review Essay of ‘Women, Education and the Self: A Foucauldian perspective’, M. Tamboukou, 2003, Basingstoke, Palgrave McMillan , pp 113-117 in Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 14(1)

Moreau, M-P. (2006) Review of ‘Le Travail du Genre: Les sciences sociales à l’épreuve des différences de sexe’, J. Laufer, C. Marry, M. Maruani (ed.), 2003, Paris, La Découverte , pp 464-7 in International Sociology Review of Books, 21(3)

Archer, L. & Francis, B. (2005) 'They never go off the rails like other groups: teachers' constructions of British-Chinese pupils' gender identities and approaches to learning , pp 165-182 in British Journal of Sociology of Education, 26(2)

Leathwood, C. (2005) 'Treat me as a human being - don't look at me as a woman': Femininities and professional identities in further education , pp 387-409 in Gender and Education, 17(4)

Mendick, H. (2005) A Beautiful Myth? The gendering of being/doing "good at maths" , pp 89-105 in Gender and Education, 17(2)

Francis, B. & Archer, L. (2005) British-Chinese pupils' and parents' constructions of the value of education , pp 89-107 in British Educational Research Journal, 31(1)

Francis, B. & Archer, L. (2005) British-Chinese pupils' constructions of gender and learning , pp 497-515 in Oxford Review of Education, 31(4)

Read, B. & Francis, B. (2005) Editorial: Examining assessment in higher education: an academic literacies approach , in Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 30(3)

Read, B. , Francis, B. & Robson, J. (2005) Gender, 'bias', assessment and feedback: analyzing the written assessment of undergraduate history essays , in Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 30(3)

Mendick, H. (2005) Mathematical stories: why do more boys than girls choose to study mathematics at AS-level in England? , pp 225-241 in British Journal of Sociology of Education, 26(2)

Mendick, H. (2005) Maths on Film , pp 5-8 in Mathematics in School, 34(2)

Francis, B. & Archer, L. (2005) Negotiating the dichotomy between boffin and triad: British-Chinese constructions of 'laddism' , pp 495-521 in The Sociological Review, 53(3)

Mendick, H. (2005) Only connect: troubling oppositions in gender and mathematics , pp161-180 in International Journal of Inclusive Education, 9(2)

Moreau, M-P. (2005) Review of 'Equality Issues Towards the New Millenium', S. Shah (ed), 2000; Aldershot , in Gender and Education, 16(4)

Pratt-Adams, S. & George, R. (2005) Transferring Friendship: girls' and boys' friendships in the transition from primary to secondary school , pp 16-26 in Children and Society, 19(1)

Osgood, J. (2005) Who cares?: the classed nature of childcare , pp 289 - 303 in Gender and Education, 17(3)

Archer, L. (2004) Challenging girls' exclusion from schooling, extended review of Osler and Vincent 'Girls and Exclusion' , in British Educational Research Journal, 25(1)

Leathwood, C. (2004) Doing difference in different times: theory, politics and women-only spaces in education , pp 447-458 in Women's Studies International Forum, 27(5)

Francis, B. (2004) Extended review of M. David's 'Personal and Political: feminisms, sociology and family , pp 645-651 in British Journal of Sociology of Education, 25(5)

Robson, J. , Francis, B. & Read, B. (2004) Gender, student confidence and communicative styles at university: the views of lecturers in history and psychology , pp 7-23 in Studies in Higher Education, 12(1)

Quinn, J. (2004) Mothers, Learners and Countermemory , pp 365-378 in Gender and Education, 16(3)

Read, B. , Francis, B. & Robson, J. (2004) Re-viewing undergraduate writing: tutors' perceptions of essay qualities according to gender and subject discipline , in Research in Post-Compulsory Education, 9(2/3)

Archer, L. (2004) Re/theorising "difference" in feminist research , pp 459-473 in Women's Studies International Forum, 27

Osgood, J. (2004) Review of M. Ashley and J. Lee's 'Women Teaching Boys: caring and working in the Primary School' , in Gender and Education, 16(3)

Francis, B. (2004) Review of W. Martino & M. Pallotta-Chiarolli's 'So What's a Boy?' , pp 267-8 in Gender and Education, 16(2)

The Feminist Salon Collective* , *Francis, B. & Archer, L. et al (2004) The problematisation of agency in postmodern theory: as feminist educational researchers, where do we go from here? , pp 25-33 in Gender and Education, 16(1)

Osgood, J. (2004) Time to get down to business? The responses of early years practitioners to entrepreneurial approaches to professionalism , pp 5-24 in Journal of Early Childhood Research, 2(1)

Reay, D. (2003) A Risky Business? Mature Working-class Women Students and Access to Higher Education , pp 301-317 in Gender and Education, 15(3)

David, M. , Ball, S. J. & Reay, D. (2003) Gender Issues in Parental Involvement in Student Choices of Higher Education , pp 21-37 in Gender and Education, 15(1)

Archer, L. & Leathwood, C. (2003) New Times - Old Inequalities: diverse working-class femininities in education , pp 227-235 in Gender and Education, 15(3)

Francis, B. , Hutchings, M. , Archer, L. & Melling, L. (2003) Subject Choice and Occupational Aspirations among Pupils at Girls' Schools , pp 425-442 in Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 11(3)

Martin, J. (2003) The hope of biography: the historical recovery of women educator activists , pp 163-176 in History of Education, 32(2)

Archer, L. & Yamashita, H. (2003) Theorising Inner-city Masculinities: 'race', class, gender and education , pp 115-132 in Gender and Education, 15(3)

Francis, B. , Read, B. , Robson, J. & Melling, L. (2003) University Lecturers' Perceptions of Gender and Undergraduate Writing , pp 357-373 in British Journal of Sociology of Education, 24(3)

Read, B. , Francis, B. & Robson, J. (2003) University lecturers' constructions of undergraduate writing: a gender analysis , pp 59-62 in Investigations in University Teaching and Learning, 1(1)

Archer, L. (2002) Change, culture and tradition: British Muslim pupils talk about Muslim girls post-16 'choices' , pp 359-376 in Race, Ethnicity and Education, 5(4)

Burn, E. (2002) Do boys need Male Primary Teachers as Positive Role Models? , in Forum, 44(1)

Francis, B. (2002) Is the future really female? The impact and implications of gender for 14-16 year olds' career choices , pp 75-88 in Journal of Education and Work, 15(1)

Archer, L. (2002) It's easier that you're a girl and that you're Asian: Interactions of 'race' and gender between researchers and participants , pp 108-132 in Feminist Review, 72

Francis, B. (2002) Relativism, Realism and Feminism: An analysis of some theoretical tensions in research on gender identity , pp 39-54 in Journal of Gender Studies, 11(1)

Martin, J. (2002) The school as a social centre: women and child welfare in London, 1870-1904 , pp 129-162 in Review Journal of Philosophy and Social Science, 27(1/2)

Robson, J. , Francis, B. & Read, B. (2002) Writes of passage: Stylistic Features of Male and Female Undergraduate Essays , pp 351-362 in Journal of Further and Higher Education, 26(4)

Francis, B. , Robson, J. & Read, B. (2001) An Analysis of Undergraduate Writing Styles in the Context of Gender and Achievement , pp 313-326 in Studies in Higher Education, 26(3)

Francis, B. (2001) Commonality and Difference? Attempts to escape from theoretical dualisms in emancipatory research in education , pp 157-172 in International Studies in Sociology of Education, 11(2)

Francis, B. (2001) Editorial , pp 2-6 in Gender and Education, 13(1)

Archer, L. , Hutchings, M. & Leathwood, C. (2001) Engaging with commonality and difference: theoretical tensions in the analysis of working-class women's educational discourses , pp 41-62 in International Studies in Sociology of Education, 11(1)

Francis, B. & Skelton, C. (2001) Men teachers and the construction of heterosexual masculinity in the classroom , pp 9-21 in Sex Education, 1(1)

Archer, L. (2001) Muslim brothers, black lads, traditional Asians: British Muslim young men's constructions of race, religion and masculinity , pp 79-105 in Feminism and Psychology, 11(1)

Martin, J. (2001) Reflections on writing a biographical account of a woman educator activist , pp 163-176 in History of Education, 30(2)

Martin, J. & Goodman, J. (2001) Reforming Lives? Progressivism, leadership and educational change , pp 409-412 in History of Education, 30(5)

Archer, L. , Pratt, S. & Phillips, D. (2001) Working class men's constructions of masculinity and negotiations of (non)participation in higher education , pp 431-449 in Gender and Education, 13(4)

Peters, H. (2000) Realising what I truly am: women into higher education - a project for mature women returners , in in P. Daniel (ed) Women, Literacy and Power, special edition of Equal Opportunities International, 19(2/3/4)

Books

Leathwood, C. & Francis, B. (eds) (2006) Gender and Lifelong Learning: Critical Feminist Engagements , London:Routledge

Mendick, H. (2006) Masculinities in Mathematics , Buckingham: Open University Press

Francis, B. & Skelton, C. (eds) (2005) A Feminist Critique of Education , London: RoutledgeFalmer

Reay, D. , David, M. E. & Ball, S. (2005) Degrees of Choice: social class, race and gender in higher education , Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham

Francis, B. & Skelton, C. (2005) Reassessing gender and achievement: questioning contemporary key debates , London:Routledge

Archer, L. (2003) 'Race', Masculinity and Schooling: Muslim boys and education , Buckingham: Open University Press

Skelton, C. & Francis, B. (eds) (2003) Boys and Girls in the Primary Classroom , Buckingham: Open University Press

Martin, J. & Goodman, J. (2002) Gender, Colonialism and Education: The politics of experience , London: Woburn Press

Francis, B. & Skelton, C. (eds) (2001) Investigating Gender: Contemporary Perspectives in Education , Buckingham: Open University Press

Chapters

Moreau, M-P. , Mendick, H. & Epstein, D. (2009) 'Terrified, mortified, petrified, stupefied by you'...and gendered? Constructions of 'mathematical masculinites' in popular culture in E. Watson & J. Kille Anthology of Mediated Masculinites , (forthcoming)

Leathwood, C. (2006) Gender Equity in Post-secondary Education in C. Skelton, B. Francis & L. Smulyan (eds) The Sage Handbook of Gender and Education , Sage Publications Ltd

Francis, B. (2005) Not/knowing their place: girls' gendered classroom behaviour in G. Lloyd (ed) 'Problem' Girls: Understanding and Supporting Troubled and Troublesome Girls , London: RoutledgeFalmer

Francis, B. (2005) The identities of youths of Chinese-origin: the case of the British-Chinese in M. Fulop & A. Ross (eds) Growing up in Europe Today: Developing identities among adolescents , Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham Books

Archer, L. (2004) "Muslim brothers, black lads, traditional Asians": British Muslim young men's constructions of race, religion and masculinity in P. F. Murphy (ed) Feminism and Masculinities , Oxford: Oxford University Press

Francis, B. (2004) Classroom interaction and access: whose space is it? in H. Claire (ed) Gender and learning in the school years 3-19 , London: ATL

Archer, L. (2004) Mixed sex or single sex? in H. Claire (ed) Gender and learning in the school years 3-19 , London: ATL

Ross, A. (2003) Access to higher education: Inclusion for the masses? in L. Archer, M. Hutchings & A. Ross Higher Education and Social Class: Issues of exclusion and inclusion , London: RoutledgeFalmer , pp 45-73

Francis, B. (2003) Disseminating Feminist Research: Facts or Fictions? in C. Hughes (ed) Disseminating Qualitative Research in Educational Settings: A critical introduction , Buckingham: Open University Press

Archer, L. (2003) Evidence-Based Practice and Educational research: When 'what works' doesn't in k... in C. Skelton & B. Francis (eds) Boys and Girls in the Primary Classroom , Buckingham: Open University Press

Skelton, C. & Francis, B. (2003) Introduction: Boys and girls in the primary classroom in C. Skelton & B. Francis (eds) Boys and Girls in the Primary Classroom , Buckingham: Open University Press , pp 3-25

Hutchings, M. (2002) A Representative Profession? Gender Issues in M. Johnson & J. Hallgarten (eds) From Victims of Change to Agents of Change: The Future of the Teaching Profession , London: IPPR

Martin, J. (2002) Contesting knowledge; Mary Bridges Adams and the Workers' Education Movement, 1900-1918 in J. Martin & J. Goodman (eds) Gender, Colonialism and the Experience of Education: an international perspective , London: Woburn Press

Francis, B. , Robson, J. & Read, B. (2002) Gendered Patterns in Writing and Degree Award in G. Howie and A. Tauchert (eds) Gender, Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: Challenges for the 21st Century , Hampshire: Ashgate

Goodman, J. & Martin, J. (2002) Introduction: 'Gender', 'Colonialism', 'Politics' and 'Experience': Challenging and troubling histories of education in J. Martin & J. Goodman (eds) Gender, Colonialism and the Experience of Education: an international perspective , London: Woburn Press

Francis, B. & Humphreys, J. (2002) Professional Education as a Structural Barrier to Lifelong Learning in the NHS in F. Reeve (ed) Supporting Lifelong Learning, Volume 2 , Buckingham: Open University Press

Pratt, S. (2002) The role of the participant observer in the study of adolescent masculine identities in organised team sport in R. Hart (ed) Home and Away: Researching Familiar and Unfamiliar Sites , London: King's College

Francis, B. (2001) Beyond postmodernism: feminist agency in educational research in B. Francis & C. Skelton (eds) Investigating Gender: Contemporary Perspectives in Education , Buckingham: Open University Press

Francis, B. & Skelton, C. (2001) Endnotes: Gender, school policies and practices in B. Francis & C. Skelton (eds) Investigating Gender: Contemporary Perspectives in Education , Buckingham: Open University Press

Francis, B. & Skelton, C. (2001) Introduction in B. Francis & C. Skelton (eds) Investigating Gender: Contemporary Perspectives in Education , Buckingham: Open University Press

Cook, J. , Leathwood, C. & Oriogun, P. (2001) Monitoring gender participation and promoting critical debate in an online conference in Kenned in G., Keppell, M. & Petrovic, T. (eds) Meeting at the Crossroads: Proceedings of the 18th Annual Conference of the Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education , Melbourne: Biomedical Multimedia Unit , pp 141-150

Papers

Leathwood, C. (2009) Gender silences and gendered constructions in the UK higher education policy context, paper given at (Invited) the Centre for Critical Education Policy Studies (CeCeps), Institute of Education, Tuesday 30th June.

Leathwood, C. (2009) Gender silences and gendered constructions: an analysis of English higher education policy, paper given at the HERS seminar series, Wednesday 17th June.

Leathwood, C. (2009) Gendered constructions of the (highly) educated subject: An examination of textual and visual representations in higher education policy discourse , paper given at SRHE Conference, December

Smart, S. & Williams, K. (2007) "How can you value one above the other"? - Teachers' priorities, awareness and understanding of gender as an equalities issue., paper given at the Gender and Education Annual Conference, Trinity College Dublin, 28-30th March

Mendick, H. (2007) 'Troubling role models as a strategy for promoting women in science, technology and mathematics', paper given at the British Education Research Association Conference, Insititute of Education, 5-8th September

Moreau, M-P. & Jarty, J. (2007) Gender-aware or gender blind? A comparison of secondary school teachers' discourses in England, France and Spain., paper given at the Gender and Education Conference, Dublin, March.

Moreau, M-P. , Mendick, H. & Epstein, D (2007) Gendered, 'Raced' and Classed: Constructions of mathematicians in popular culture., paper given at the Gender and Education Conference , Dublin, 28-30 March.

Mendick, H. (2006) An Encounter Between Queer Theory and Mathematics Education, paper given at the Annual Conference of the International Group for Psychology in Mathematics Education, Prague

Moreau, M-P. (2006) Gender Inequalities and Teacher's Careers: a cross-national comparison, paper given at the BERA Annual Conference, Warwick University, 6-9th September

Leathwood, C. (2006) Gender, Equity and the Discourse of the Independent Learner in HE, paper given at (Invited) University College London, London, 23rd May

Leathwood, C. (2006) HE in the 21st Century: a feminised experience, paper given at (Invited) the SRHE Student Experience Network Conference, University of Leeds, Leeds, 20th June

Leathwood, C. & Read, B. (2006) Refiguring Gender Identities? Higher education policy and the feminisation debate, paper given at the SRHE Annual Conference, Brighton, 12-14th December

Mendick, H. (2006) Why do the women always get voted off first? Gender, education and Big Brother, paper given at the King's College Gender and Education Group, King's College, London

Mendick, H. (2005) 'If I was not male then I wouldn't be who I am today but I can't really say how different I would be if I was female': exploring young people's talk about gender difference , paper given at the 'Gender Epiphanies and Feminist Tales: differences that make a difference' symposium, Gender and Education Conference, Cardiff University, 29-31st March

Osgood, J. (2005) 'In my days things were different': varying generational constructions of being a woman teacher, paper given at the Gender and Education Conference, Cardiff University, 29-31st March

Osgood, J. (2005) 'It's always us that get the touchy-feely roles: gendered professional teacher identities and the role of emotion in career progression, paper given at the Gender & Emotion Stream of the Gender, Work and Organisation 4th Interdisciplinary Conference, Keele University, 24th June

Reay, D. (2005) 'On the wild side': psychic landscapes of class and gender, paper given at the Gender and Education Conference, Cardiff University, 29-31st March

Halsall, A. , Archer, L. & Hollingworth, S. (2005) 'The girls in my lesson are proper girlie': Marginalised inner-city girls' femininities and education, paper given at the Gender and Education Conference 2005, Cardiff University, 29-31st March

Moreau, M-P. , Osgood, J. & Halsall, A. (2005) An exploration of women teachers' discourses on the under-representation of women among school management staff, paper given at the Fifth Annual Gender and Education Conference, Cardiff University, March

Archer, L. & Francis, B. (2005) Challenging Classes? Exploring the role of social class within the identities and achievement of British Chinese pupils, paper given at the BERA Annual Conference, University of Glamorgan, 14-17th September

Francis, B. (2005) Gender Identity at School, paper given at (Keynote Address) the SARE Annual International Conference 'Girl's Today, Women Tomorrow, San Sebastian, 8-9th November

Leathwood, C. (2005) Gender, Equity and the Discourse of the Independent Learner in Higher Education, paper given at (Invited Paper) the Higher Education Research Network at Sheffield Hallam University, April

Leathwood, C. (2005) Gender, Equity and the Discourse of the Independent Learner in Higher Education, paper given at (Invited Paper) the BERA HE SIG, Institute of Education, 8th March

Francis, B. (2005) Gendered Constructions of Writing in Education, paper given at (Keynote Address) the National Association of Writers in Education (NAWE) Conference, Women's Library, 20th June

Maylor, U. , Archer, L. , Osgood, J. & Read, B. (2005) Gendered Power Relationships Between Girls and Teachers in the classroom, paper given at the Gender and Education Conference, Cardiff University, 29-31st March

Francis, B. (2005) Heroes or Zeroes? The construction of underachieving boys in neoliberal education policy, paper given at the University of Roehampton Education Seminar Series, 28th September

Mendick, H. (2005) Hippy Chix and Geek Chic: what do positive images of women mathematicians look like?, paper given at the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, Open University, 11th June

Mendick, H. (2005) Hollywood Lives: exploring the impact of celluloid images of mathematicians on learners, paper given at Lancaster University Educational Research Department, 2nd November

Francis, B. (2005) Perspectives on Gender and Achievement, paper given at (Keynote Address) Kent County Council's 'Elements of Transformation' Conference for Head Teachers, April

Mendick, H. (2005) Queering Mathematics: possibilities for constructing mathematical identities outside/beyond binary oppositions, paper given at the 'Mathematical Identities' symposium, BERA Annual Conference, University of Glamorgan, 14-17th September

Mendick, H. (2005) Subtracting Difference: troubling transitions into AS-level mathematics, paper given at the Seminar on Access to Higher Education, Social Diversity and Difference, Birmingham University, March

Francis, B. & Skelton, C. (2005) The future for boys and girls? (Re)constructing gender and achievement, paper given at the symposium 'Critiquing Gender and Achievement', Gender and Education Conference, Cardiff University, 29-31st March

Hutchings, M. (2005) To what extent and in what ways do 7-8 year old girls and boys see their male and female teachers as role models?, paper given at the BERA Annual Conference, University of Glamorgan, 14-17th September

Francis, B. & Archer, L. (2004) 'The technology of cultural production': discourses used by British Chinese pupils and parents in their constructions of educational achievement, paper given at the BERA annual conference, UMIST, Manchester, 15-18th September

Francis, B. (2004) Gender and achievement: problems, challenges and opportunities, paper given at QMW Public Policy seminars, 'Boys' Achievement', 17th March

Read, B. (2004) Gender and the assessment of undergraduate essay writing: assessment as a socially situated practice, paper given at (Keynote Address) the 'Interpreting Assessment: enhancing the student experience' conference, Middlesex University, 23rd April

Francis, B. & Robson, J. (2004) Gender and writing in higher education, paper given at (Invited Talk) the Sociology of Education seminar series, University of Surrey, 27th April

Osgood, J. (2004) Gendered identities and work placement: why boys don't care?, paper given at the BERA annual conference, UMIST, Manchester, 15-18th September

Moreau, M-P. & Leathwood, C. (2004) Graduates' employment and the policy discourse on employability: a critical approach, paper given at the BERA annual conference, UMIST, Manchester, 15-18th September

Archer, L. (2004) Race, masculinity and schooling: Muslim boys and education, paper given at a Gender Research Group seminar, King's College, London, 24th June

Archer, L. (2004) Researching Diversity: questions of 'race', class and gender and social justice, paper given at the Leverhulme Qualitative Methodologies Workshop, University College London, London, 18th March

Leathwood, C. & Moreau, M-P (2004) Student identity work in higher education: constructing the mobile subject, paper given at the BERA annual conference, UMIST, Manchester, 15-18th September

Francis, B. & Archer, L. (2004) Teachers' constructions of British-Chinese pupils' gender and approaches to learning, paper given at the European Conference for Educational Research, Crete, 22-25th September

Moreau, M-P. (2004) Trajectoires professionelles des enseignantes du second degree en France et an Angleterre: comment problematiser la comparaison internationale?, paper given at the AECSE Fifth International Congress on Research in Education, CNAM, Paris, 31st August - 4th September

Leathwood, C. & Moreau, M-P (2004) Undergraduates and term-time work: filling the policy gap?, paper given at the Discourse, Power and Resistance conference, Plymouth, 5-7th April

Leathwood, C. (2004) Women in Higher Education, paper given at (Invited Presentation) 'Can Higher Education Survive the Market?' A forum organised by AUT and Leeds Student Union, Leeds University, 8th November

Moreau, M-P. & Leathwood, C. (2003) Being a working student: a fragmented experience?, paper given at BERA annual conference, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, September 11th -13th

Leathwood, C. (2003) Doing difference in different times: theory, politics and women-only spaces in education, paper given at 4th International Gender and Education Conference, University of Sheffield, April

Leathwood, C. & Archer, L. (2003) Editing Identities: Women, Social Class and the Academy, paper given at BERA annual conference, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, September 11th -13th.

Francis, B. (2003) Gender and Achievement, paper given at (invited) the Greenwich Annual Numeracy Conference, 'Numeracy for All', Headquarters of the Inspectorate, Greenwich, London, February 20th

Robson, J. & Read, B. (2003) Gender, writing and assessment in Higher Education, paper given at the 'Examining Assessment in Higher Education' seminar series, London Metropoolitan University, March

Mendick, H. (2003) Mathematical stories: why do more boys than girls choose to study mathematics at A level?, paper given at the British Educational Research Association, Edinburgh.

Read, B. (2003) Speaking and writing in the academy: the experience of women academics, paper given at BERA annual conference, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, September 11th -13th

Mendick, H. (2003) Telling choices: an exploration of the gender imbalance in participation in advanced mathematics courses in England. , paper given at the Gender and Power in the New Europe, the 5th European Feminist Research Conference, Lund, Sweden.

Francis, B. (2003) University Lecturers' Perceptions of Gender and Undergraduate Writing, paper given at Examining Assessment in HE, seminar series, London Metropolitan University, October 31st

Mendick, H. (2003) Young people’s mathematical stories: why do more boys than girls choose to study mathematics?, paper given at he BSA Youth Study Group Seminar Series, University of Surrey.

Archer, L. & Yamashita, H. (2002) 'That ain't never going to happen to me': Identities, inequalities and inner city school leaver's post-16 routes, paper given at BERA Annual Conference 2002, University of Exeter.

Leathwood, C. (2002) 'Treat me as a human being - don't look at me as a woman': Femininities and professional identities in further education, paper given at the British Educational Research Association Conference, University of Exeter, 12 - 14 September.

Archer, L. (2002) 'We don't come to school and put our make up on and then go home and wear dbuttah'. It's not like that': Re/Constructing British Muslim Femininities, paper given at BERA Annual Conference 2002, University of Exeter.

Francis, B. & Skelton, C. (2002) Clever Jack and Conscientious Chloe?, paper given at BERA, 12-14 September 2002.

Francis, B. (2002) Deconstructing gender, the work of Bronwyn Davies, paper given at (Invited) the School of Education's 'Critical Thinking' Conference, King's College, October

Read, B. (2002) Differential practices in the assessment of student writing: an essay making workshop, paper given at (Invited Lecture) the History Department, University of Liverpool, March

Francis, B. (2002) First class or failure: gender and assessment of undergraduate writing, paper given at BERA, 12-14 September 2002.

Francis, B. (2002) Gender and assessment practice in HE, paper given at HERS Seminar Series, London Metropolitan University, October

Francis, B. (2002) Gendered Classroom Cultures, paper given at (Keynote Speaker) the DfES Raising Boys' Achievement Project Conference, July

Francis, B. & Read, B. (2002) Marks are Strange, Mysterious Things, paper given at (Invited) LIHERG, King's College, March

Francis, B. (2002) Presentation on systematic review findings, paper given at the DfES Conference 'What do we know and can we trust it? Launching systematic reveiews of evidence in education'. Thistle Hotel, London, June

Francis, B. (2002) Problematising boys' underachievement debates, paper given at (Keynote Speaker) the Gender and Achievement Conference for the Greenwich Educaion Inspection and Advisory Service

Archer, L. (2002) Re/theorising difference/s, paper given at the Feminist Salon, King's College London, 18 September

Francis, B. (2002) Structure and agency, paper given at the feminist education salon, May

Francis, B. & Hutchings, M. (2002) The Learning Preferences and Perceptions of Education Among Pupils at Girls' schools, paper given at (Invited Speaker) the AMGS conference, Ramada Jarvis Hotel, London, October

Archer, L. , Leathwood, C. & Hutchings, M. (2002) Theorising Social Class and Education: Feminist Research Processes and Classed Identities, paper given at the British Sociological Association Annual Conference, 'Reshaping the Social', University of Leicester, 25-27 March.

Leathwood, C. (2001) 'They all look at you like you're mad now': the reframing of equality in post-compulsory education, paper given at the Politics of Gender and Education International Conference, Institute of Education, London, 4-6 April.

Read, B. , Robson, J. & Francis, B. (2001) 'Who am I to question all these established writers?' Gender and confidence in student essay-writing, paper given at the 8th Writing Development in Higher Education conference, University of Leicester, 26-27 April.

Francis, B. (2001) Boys and achievement, paper given at Network Training day conference, Birmingham Posthouse Hotel, 27 March.

Archer, L. , Hutchings, M. & Leathwood, C. (2001) Class, race and gender in working class negotiations of participation in HE, paper given at Widening Participation, Access and Choice in Higher Education Conference, King's College, 30 March.

Francis, B. (2001) Commonality AND Difference?, paper given at the International Sociology of Education conference, Sheffield, 3-5 January.

Cook, J. , Leathwood, C. & Oriogun, P. (2001) Fostering Argumentative Skills and Monitoring Gender Contributions in Online Conferences, paper given at the Institute for Learning and Teaching Second Annual Conference, University of York, 4-6 July.

Leathwood, C. (2001) Organisational Restructuring: Gendered processes, power relations and identities, paper given at the Gender, Work and Organisation Conference, Keele University, 27-29 June.

Leathwood, C. (2001) The complexity of cultures of non-participation: identity, 'race', gender and class, paper given at the 'Widening participation in higher education: issues and implications for access, retention and policy' symposium at the British Educational Research Association Conference, University of Leeds, 13-15 September.

Francis, B. (2001) The creation of feminist research in education: Facts or fictions?, paper given at Politics of Gender and Education International Conference, Institute of Education, London, 4-6 April.

Leathwood, C. , Archer, L. & Hutchings, M. (2001) The influence of class, 'race', and gender in working class women's negotiations of participation in higher education, paper given at the Politics of Gender and Education International Conference, Institute of Education, London, 4-6 April.

Hutchings, M. (2001) The practice of teaching and learning in girls' schools, paper given at (Invited Speaker) the Association of Maintained Girls' Schools Conference, Bournemouth, 5-6 October.

Hutchings, M. (2001) Towards a representative teaching profession: Gender, paper given at the Future of the Teaching Profession seminar at the Institute for Public Policy Research, London, 11 December.

Reports

Mendick, H. , Moreau, M-P. & Hollingworth, S. (2008) Mathematical Images and Gender Identities Final Report. [Report commissioned by the UKRC] , London: IPSE & UKRC

Skelton, C. , Francis, B. , Carrington, B. & Hutchings, M. & Read, B. (2006) Investigating Gender As A factor In Primary Pupil-Teacher Relations & Perceptions [Report commissioned by the ESRC] , London: ESRC

Francis, B. , Osgood, J. , Dalgety, J. & Archer, L. (2005) Gender equality in work experience placements for young people Report commissioned by the EOC , Manchester: EOC

Moreau, M-P , Osgood, J. & Halsall, A. (2005) The Career Progression of Women Teachers in England: a Study of the Barriers to promotion and Career Development: final report of the Women Teachers' Careers and Progression Project [Report commissioned by the HEESF, Secondary Heads Association and London Metropolitan University] , Liverpool: HEESF

Francis, B. & Archer, L. (2004) British-Chinese pupils' constructions of education, gender and post-16 pathways: executive summary Report funded by the ESRC , London: IPSE

Francis, B. & Archer, L. (2004) British-Chinese pupils' constructions of education, gender and post-16 pathways: report to the ESRC Report funded by the ESRC , Swindon: ESRC

Hutchings, M. , Dalgety, J. & Francis, B. (2004) Interim Report: Science in girls' schools: factors that contribute to high levels of motivation and attainment Report commissioned by the Association of Maintained Girls Schools (AMGS) , London: IPSE

Francis, B. , Hutchings, M. & Read, B. (2004) Science in girls' schools: factors that contribute to girls' engagement and attainment Report commissioned by the Association of Maintained Girls Schools (AMGS) , London: IPSE

Francis, B. , Skelton, C. & Archer, L. (2002) A sytematic review of classroom strategies for reducing stereotypical gender constructions among girls and boys in mixed-sex UK primary schools Report commissioned by EPPI , London: EPPI Centre

Ross, A. (2002) Teaching staff in Enfield; gender and ethnicity: Specialist Report on Teacher Supply and Retention No. 37 Report commissioned by Enfield Local Education Authority: Availability Restricted , London: IPSE

Francis, B. , Hutchings, M. , Archer, L. & Melling, L. (2002) The Learning Preferences and Pereceptions of Education among Pupil's at Girls' Schools: Final Report to the Association of Maintained Girls' Schools , London: IPSE

Moreau, M-P. (2002) Work organisation and working conditions: which impact on women's work?, in Vendramin et al ' Widening women's work in information and communication technology, conceptual framework and state of the art eport for the European programme Information Society Technologies (IST), fifth framework programme of RT , Fondation Travail-Universite






 

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