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CURRICULUM VITAE
Professor Stephen J Ball, PhD, FRSA, AcSS
Karl Mannheim Professor of Sociology of Education
EPRU, Policy Studies,
Institute of Education
University of London
59 Gordon Square
London WC1H-ONT
UK
tel: (44) (0)20-7612-6973 fax: (44) (0)20-7612-6819 email: s.ball@ioe.ac.uk
1.

Date of Birth: 21.1.1950
Married/No children

2.

Academic Qualifications/Previous Appointments
1972
1973
1978
2003
1975-1985
1985-1988
1988-1989
1989-2001
1997-2001
1998
20002001-2004

B.A. (Hons) Sociology, University of Essex
M.A. (Sociological Studies) University of
Sussex
D. Phil. University of Sussex
Doctor honoris causa University of Turku, Finland
Lecturer in Education, University of Sussex
Lecturer in the Sociology of Education,
King's College, London.
Reader in the Sociology of Education,
University of London.
Professor of Education, King's College
London
Director, Centre for Public Policy Research, Kings
College London
Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts
Academician of the Academy of Social Sciences
Director Education Policy Research Unit, University of
London, Insitute of Education

Other Professional activities:

1976-1978

Member and Chairman, British Sociological
Association, Teaching and Programmes
Committee.
1975-1979
Member, Association for the Teaching of
Social Sciences, Sussex Branch Committee.
1978-1980
Research Associate, Social Science
Research Council funded Educational Case
Records Project, Centre for Applied
Research in Education, University of East
Anglia. Director: Professor Lawrence
Stenhouse.
1981-1984
Course Team Consultant, Open University
Course E205.
1982-1983
Academic Consultant, BBC/Open University television programme "Organizing to
Learn".
1983-1986
English Correspondent, International
Mother-Tongue Education Network.
1983-1987
Series Editor "Issues in Education and
Training", Falmer Press.
1983-1985
Governor, Elm Grove Middle School,
Brighton.
1984
Consultant Case Study Worker, Consultancy in Education Project, University of
Queensland.
1984-1986
Co-Director, SREB (Southern Regional
Examination Board) funded "CVPE-Pilot
School" Research Project.
1985Managing Editor, Journal of Education
Policy.
1985Abstractor, Sociology of Education
Abstracts.
1985
Tutor on the ESRC funded summer school
'Qualitative Methods in Educational
Research', University of Warwick
1986
Series Editor "Explorations in
Ethnography".
1986
(Sept-Oct) Visiting Scholar, Institute of
Educational Research, University of
Stockholm.
1986-90
Member of the Advisory Board: Research
Papers in Education.
1987-96
British Regional Editor: International
Journal of Qualitative Studies in
Education.
1987
Visiting Summer School Tutor, Faculty of
Education,University of Western Ontario.

1988-92
1988-92
1989-1990
1991

1991
1992-93
1994
1995

1995-99
19961997

1998
1998
1999
2000-

2000-

External Examiner, MA EPDM, University of
Sussex.
External Examiner, B.Ed course in sociology of education, University of Warwick.
Adviser to the NUT Executive on the
National Curriculum.
(Feb-April) Visiting Scholar: School of
Education, Monash University, Melbourne,
Australia.
(June) Visiting Scholar, Dept of Education,
Uppsala University, Sweden
Contributions to BBC Radio programmes:
Third Ear, File on Four, and PM.
(August)VisitingFellow Tokyo Metropolitan
University
Visiting Lecturer, Volda College, Norway
Consultant and contributor BBC Television series New Jerusalem: The Welfare State.
Contributions to BBC Radio; PM, Analysis,
Viva Radio, Sunrise Radio, etc.
Member of ESRC Research Grants Board
Fellow Royal Society of Arts
Visiting Professor, School of Social and
Policy Studies in Education, University of
Sydney
Visiting Scholar Havens Centre for Social Structure and Social Change, University of Madison-Wisconsin
Wei Lun Visiting Professor, Chinese University of
Hong Kong
Visiting Professor,…