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Foucault and Education bibliography. PDF document


Last updated 18 February 2014 A new and updated version is coming soon.

You can find a link above to the PDF of a bibliography of English language works on Foucault and education, originally compiled for my M.Ed (Master of Education) students in early 2014. I am posting it here as it might also be of interest to others.

Large as it is, the bibliography is by no means comprehensive, and you are invited to post any missing items, corrections or other additions in the comments section at the bottom of this page for inclusion in the main document. As such, the bibliography will remain a work in progress.

If you would prefer to email me privately, my contact details are on the ‘about’ page.

With thanks to Megan Kimber for assistance in finding many of the journal articles.

10 thoughts on “Bibliography: Foucault and Education

  1. Kevin D. Vinson says:

    Claire: This is wonderful! Thank you. Kevin

    1. Clare O'Farrell says:

      Thanks Kevin, please do post up any extras if you come across them!

  2. Kevin D. Vinson says:

    I definitely will. Thanks again! 🙂

  3. Jo Ferreira says:

    Thanks for sharing, Clare!

    1. Clare O'Farrell says:

      Thanks Jo 🙂 It’s a pleasure.

  4. Margaret Hawthorne says:

    Hawthorne, Margaret (2006) A foucauldian analysis of Scottish further education. Doctor of Education thesis. University of Strathclyde.

    1. Clare O'Farrell says:

      Margaret, will add this in.

  5. Geraldine says:

    Thank you for sharing this list, Clare. Will link to it via my FB page. – Geraldine

  6. Michael McGarry says:

    McGarry, Michael (2013) “To read, write, and cast accounts”: Foucault, Governmentality and Education in Upper Canada/Canada West, Doctoral dissertation, University of Toronto

    Link to PDF

    https://tspace.library.utoronto.ca/bitstream/1807/35903/5/McGarry_Michael_G_201306_PhD_thesis.pdf

  7. Awesome! Thank you so much!

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