Disability, Human Rights and Education: Cross Cultural Perspectives

By Felicity Armstrong; Len Barton | Go to book overview

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Derrick Armstrong is a lecturer in education in the Department of Educational Studies, University of Sheffield, UK, and Programme Director for the university's work in Trinidad and Tobago.

Felicity Armstrong is a lecturer in the Department of Educational Studies at the University of Sheffield, UK, and a member of the Inclusive Education Research Centre.

Len Barton is the Director of the Inclusive Education Research Centre in the Department of Educational Studies at the University of Sheffield, UK. He is the founder and editor of the international journal, Disability and Society.

Nathalie Bélanger is Assistant Professor in the Departments of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning and Sociology and Equity Studies in Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto. In addition, she conducts research through the Centre de recherches en éducation franco-ontarienne. She has a particular interest in the sociology and history of special education.

Robert Chimedza is a lecturer in Special Education in the Department of Teacher Education at the University of Zimbabwe. He is also the Coordinator of Special Education in the University College of Distance Education at the same institution. He is a graduate of Michigan State University (PhD).

Karen Dunn is Principal Lecturer in Psychology at Sheffield Hallam University, UK. Her teaching and research interests are in social understandings of childhood and atypical development. She has published widely in the area of education and developmental psychology.

Nicolas Garant has a doctorate in political science from the Université Paris I - La Sorbonne. His main research interests include political thought and comparative studies. His doctoral thesis was on the work of Weber, Shumpeter and

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