Centre for International Education (CIE)

South Asia

Publications

Morley, Louise; Crossouard, Barbara (2016): 'Rejection, refusal, reluctance, revisioning: Women in higher education leadership in South Asia.' Studies in Higher Education. ISSN 0307-5079

Morley, Louise; Crossouard, Barbara (2016): 'Gender in the neoliberalised global academy: The affective economy of women and leadership in South Asia'. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 37 (1). pp. 149-168. ISSN 0142-5692

Morley, Louise; Crossouard, Barbara (2015): Women in higher education leadership in South Asia: Rejection, refusal, reluctance, revisioning. British Council 

Akyeampong, Kwame; Delprato, Marcos; Sabates, Ricardo; Hernandez-Fernandez, Jimena (2015): On the impact of early marriage on schooling outcomes in sub-Saharan Africa and southwest Asia International Journal of Educational Development , 44 pp. 42-55. ISSN 0738-0593

Durrani, N. (2013): Pakistan: Curriculum and construction of national identity. In: Education in West Central Asia. Education Around the World. Bloomsbury Academic, London. ISBN: 9781441155214 (in press).

Sabates, R., Hossein, A. and Lewin, K. (2013): School Drop Out in Bangladesh: Insights using panel data. International Journal of Educational Development, 33, pp 225-232 

Zeitlyn, B. (2012): The Sylheti bari and the Londoni flat. Space and Culture, 15(4), pp 317-329

Zeitlyn, B. and Mand, K. (2012): Researching Transnational Children. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 38(6)

Sabates, R., Hossein, A. & Lewin, K. (2011): School Drop Out in Bangladesh: New insights from longitudinal evidence in Manzoor Ahmed (ed) Education in Bangladesh: Overcoming hurdles to equity, Chapter 3. Dhaka: Bangladesh. BRAC University Press

Lewin, K.M. (2011): Expanding Access to Secondary Secondary Education: Can India catch up? Special edition of the International Journal and Educational Development (IJED). Access, Equity and Transitions in Education in Low Income Countries, edited by Keith M.Lewin, Angela W.Little and Frances Hunt

Durrani, N. & Dunne, M. (2010): Curriculum and National Identity: Exploring the links between religion and nation in Pakistan. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 42,2, 215-240

Durrani, N. with Shah, N. (2010): Language policy, identity and power: The status and teaching of English in Pakistan. In S.Clarke, P.Dickinson and J.Westbrook (eds) The Complete Guide to Becoming an English Teacher. London: Sage. Second Edition pp 324-329

Westbrook, J., Shah, N., Durrani, S., Tickly, C., Khan, W. and Dunne, M. (2009) “Becoming a Teacher: Transitions from training to the classroom in North West Frontier Province, Pakistan”, International Journal of Educational Development, 29 (4), p437-444

Durrani, N. (2008): Schooling the 'other': Representation of gender and national identities in Pakistani curriculum texts, Compare, 38(5): 595-610

Little, A. and Sabates, R. (2008): Globalisation, youth expectations and social class: the case of Sri Lanka, International Journal of Educational Development, 28: 708-722

Presentations / Conference papers

Paper by Sabates, R., Hossein, A. and Lewin, K.: School drop-out in Bangladesh: New insights from longitudinal evidence
Presented at the 11th UKFIET International Conference on Education and Development, Oxford.
13 - 15 September, 2011

Curriculum and the construction of national identities in Pakistan - Impact or Impasse: Postgraduate research beyong academia
Presented by N.Durrani at the 8th Annual College of Arts and Social Sciences Postgraduate Conference, University of Aberdeen
20-21 July, 2011

Curriculum and national identity: Exploring the links between religion and nation in Pakistan
Presented by N.Durrani and M.Dunne at "Historical Consciousness and Cultural Identities in a Globalising World: Changing roles of school history": 21st International Congress of Historical Sciences, Amsterdam
22-28 August, 2010

Educating the 'other': Representation of gender and national identities in Pakistani curriculum texts
Presented by N.Durrani at the 9th International UK Forum for International Education and Training (UKFIET) Conference on Education and Development, University of Oxford
11-13 September, 2007

Forging identities through schooling: Tensions and contradictions between religious and national identities in Pakistan
Presented by N.Durrani at the 7th International Conference on Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, Amsterdam
3-6 July, 2007

Policy briefs

Bandyopadhyay, M., Umabati, S. and Zeitlyn, B. (2011): Teachers and Teaching in India. 
CREATE India Policy Brief 5. Brighton / Delhi, NUEPA / University of Sussex

Zeitlyn, B. and Harma, J. (2011): The Limits of Marketisation of Primary Education in India.
CREATE India Policy Brief 2. Brighton, University of Sussex

Zeitlyn, B. (2011): Preventing dropout in Bangladesh.
CREATE Bangladesh Policy Brief 6. Brighton, University of Sussex

Zeitlyn, B. and Hossein, A. (2011): Access to Education and Age in Grade in Bangladesh.
CREATE Bangladesh Policy Brief 2. Brighton, University of Sussex

Zeitlyn, B. (2010): Equity and Access to Education in Bangladesh.
CREATE Bangladesh Policy Brief 5. Brighton, University of Sussex

Reports

Sabates, R., Hossein, A. & Lewin, K. (2011): School Drop Out in Bangladesh: New insights from longitudinal evidence. CREATE Pathways to Access: Research, Monograph No.49, University of Sussex

Hossain, A. and Zeitlyn, B. (2010): Poverty and Equity: Access to education in Bangladesh. CREATE Pathways to Access: Research, Monograph No.51, Dhaka/Brighton: BRAC/University of Sussex

Siddiqui, T., Rashid, S. and Zeitlyn, B. (2005): Information campaigns on safe migration and pre-departure training. Dhaka: International Labour Organisation / Development Research Centre on Migration, Globalisation and Poverty

Research projects
  • Youth as Active Citizens for their Rights to Education and SRHR: A three country (Senegal, Palestine and Pakistan) study of programmes and practice 
    Research Team: Mairead Dunne, Naureen Durrani, Kathleen Fincham (UEA), Sara Humphreys 
    Sponsor: OXFAM NOVIB 
    January - June 2012
Completed doctoral theses

Naureen Durrani (2008): Curriculum and students' identities: A case study of Pakistan

Kattie Lussier (2008): The learning challenges of capacity development in Vietnam

Tomoko Kobayashi (2006): Community participation in primary education: The case of Lok Jumbish and district primary education programme in India

Ahmad Basri Yussof (2000): A study of school costs in Malaysia: Efficiency, equity and sustainability

Doctoral research

Stuart Cameron: Education decisions in the slums of Dhaka, Bangladesh

Jane Jerrard: The factors that problematise and promote the sustainability of community schools in low income, developing countries, with special reference to hard-to-reach areas of rural Pakistan

Michela Profeta: Pre-primary education policy between formulation and implementation: The Bangladeshi case

Irfan Rind: Exploration of students' learning experiences - from a structure and agent perspective - in an English-as-a-second-language (ESL) higher education programme in Pakistan.

Anupam Pachauri: Multi-stakeholder partnerships in India: If not-for-profit, for what? A case study of the Rajasthan Education Initiative

Consultancy

Review of the August 2010 Country of Origin Information Report fopr Bangladesh
Independent Advisory Group on Country Information, UK Border Agency (2011)
Researcher: Benjamin Zeitlyn

Political Violence Among Student Groups in Bangladesh
Henry Dumont Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue, Geneva, Switzerland (2008)
Researcher: Benjamin Zeitlyn

Return Migrant Entrepreneurs in India
International Labour Organisation, India (2006)
Researcher: Benjamin Zeitlyn

Pre-departure Training and Information Campaigns for Migrant Workers
International Labour Organisation, Bangladesh (2005)
Researcher: Benjamin Zeitlyn

Useful links

BRAC University, Bangladesh