Research


This page lists my most recent research. You can also see my CV for a complete list, which also includes campus presentations and training seminars and related professional and academic service.

Please contact me if you would like more information about my research, or are having difficulties retrieving my publications from your local library. I will be happy to share my research with you as possible.

For links and updates see also:
My HKU Scholars Hub Page
My Google Citations Page

REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES 


2014 Liz Jackson, "Challenges to the Global Concept of Student-Centered Learning with Special Reference to the United Arab Emirates: 'Never fail a Nahayan'," Educational Philosophy and Theory (forthcoming).

2014 Lillette du Toit & Liz Jackson, “Personality and Work Success among Expatriate Educational Leaders in the United Arab Emirates,” Middle Eastern and African Journal of Educational Research 7: 58-73.

2013 Liz Jackson, “Multicultural or Intercultural Education in Hong Kong?” International Journal of Comparative Education and Development 15, no. 2: 99-111.

2011 Liz Jackson, “Islam and Muslims in U.S. Public Schools Since September 11, 2001,” Religious Education 106, no. 2: 162-180. (Second-most accessed essay in the journal from 2011-2012.)

2011 Liz Jackson, “Democratic Citizenship, Critical Multiculturalism, and the Case of Muslims Since September 11,” In Factis Pax 5, no. 1: 39-65.

2010 Liz Jackson, “The New Assimilationism: The Push for Patriotic Education in the United States Since September 11,” Journal of Critical Education Policy Studies 8, no. 1: 109-136.

2010 Liz Jackson, “Multicultural Traditions and Islam in U.S. Schools Today,” The Journal of Multiculturalism in Education 5, no. 1.

2010 Liz Jackson, “Images of Islam in U.S. Media and Their Educational Implications,” Educational Studies 46, no. 1: 3-24. (Most accessed essay in the journal from 2010-2011.)

2008 Liz Jackson, “Reconsidering Affirmative Action as a Good for the Disadvantaged,” Journal for Critical Educational Policy Studies 6, no. 1: 379-397.

2008 Liz Jackson, “Silence, Words that Wound, and Sexual Identity: A Conversation with Applebaum,” Journal of Moral Education 37, no. 2: 225-238.

2008 Liz Jackson, “Dialogic Pedagogy for Social Justice? A Critical Examination,” Studies in Philosophy and Education 27, no. 2: 137-148.

BOOK CHAPTERS 


2014 Liz Jackson, “Altruism, Non-Relational Care, and Global Citizenship Education,” in Philosophy of Education 2014, ed. Michele Moses (Urbana, Ill.: Philosophy of Education Society-forthcoming).

2014 Liz Jackson, “Who Belongs in What Hong Kong? Citizenship Education in the Special Administrative Region,” in Citizenship Education: Global Perspectives, Local Practices, eds. Aaron M. Kuntz and John E. Petrovic (New York: Routledge, forthcoming).

2014 Liz Jackson, “They Don’t Not Want Babies: Globalizing Philosophy of Education and the Social Imaginary of International Development,” Philosophy of Education 2013, ed. Cris Mayo (Urbana, Ill.: Philosophy of Education Society-forthcoming).

2014 Liz Jackson, “Comparing Race, Class and Gender,” Comparative Education Research: Approaches and Methods, 2nd ed., eds. Mark Bray, Bob Adamson and Mark Mason (Hong Kong: Springer/Comparative Education Research Centre, University of Hong Kong): 195-220.

2014 Liz Jackson, “Religious Diversity, Multiculturalism, and Representation: The Challenge of Facing Islam in the Classroom,” in Advancing Equity & Achievement in America’s Diverse Schools: Inclusive Theories, Policies, and Practices, eds. Camille M. Wilson & Sonya D. Horsford (New York: Routledge): 79-93.

2009 Liz Jackson, “Reevaluating White Privileged Ignorance and Its Implications for Antiracist Education,” Philosophy of Education Yearbook 2008, ed. Ronald Glass (Urbana, Ill.: Philosophy of Education Society): 301-304.

2008 Liz Jackson, “Multicultural Education as Nation Building: The U.S. Context,” Education and Multicultural Understanding, ed. Penny Enslin (International Network of Philosophy of Education). 

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS 


2013 Liz Jackson, “A Preliminary Examination of the Concept of Altruism as an Aim of Education,” Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia, University of Melbourne (Australia).

2012 Liz Jackson, “Challenges to the Concept of Student-Centered Learning with Special Reference to the United Arab Emirates,” Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia (Chiayi, Taiwan).

BOOK REVIEWS AND ARTICLES IN PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS 


2013 Liz Jackson, “Book Review: Re-Shaping Education for Citizenship: Democratic National Citizenship in Hong Kong, by Lai Pak-sang and Michael Byram,” Policy Futures in Education 11, no. 4: 477-478.

2013 Liz Jackson, “Reconciling Patriotism and Critical Thinking: A Perspective from the United States,” in Corpus, ed. Hong Kong Institute of Education Student Union (HKIEd: Hong Kong).

2010 Liz Jackson, "The History of South African Education." Resource Manual for the School and Community Resource Project, eds. Lydia Webber and Morgan Mthembu (Pretoria: Peace Corps).

2010 Liz Jackson, "Bantu Education." Resource Manual for the School and Community Resource Project, eds. Lydia Webber and Morgan Mthembu (Pretoria: Peace Corps).

GRANTS 


2013 Principal Investigator, "Representation of Ethnic and Religious Minorities in School Textbooks: Aligning Multiculturalism and Liberal Studies," Early Career Grant, University Grants Committee of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region ($316,000), 2013-2015.

2013 Principal Investigator (with Gerard Postiglione, Co-Investigator), “A Preliminary Examination of the Representation of Ethnic and Religious Minorities in Senior Secondary Liberal Studies Textbooks,” Seed Funding Programme for Basic Research, University of Hong Kong ($120,000).

2012 Principal Investigator, “Bridging Cultures: American Volunteers' Experiences as Educators in Mainland China,” Faculty Research Fund, Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong (HK$29,520).

INVITED PRESENTATIONS 


2014 Liz Jackson, distinguished lecturer, “Global Citizenship Education: Possibilities and Challenges,” EdukCircle International Convention on Education Management, University of the Philippines (Manila).

2013 Liz Jackson, panelist: “Supporting Tomorrow’s Researchers: PESA and the Future of Philosophy of Education in the Academy,” Plenary Session, Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia (Melbourne, Australia).

2013 Liz Jackson, panelist: “Philosophy of Education and Educational Sciences in China,” Presidential Panel, Philosophy of Education Society (Portland, Oregon).

2013 Liz Jackson, group member, “Textbooks and Religion in Hong Kong,” The Role of Southeast and South Asian Migrants’ Religions in Hong Kong, City University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong). 

2012 Liz Jackson, presenter, “Education for Empowerment: A Global Perspective,” Conference for Education, Empowerment and Excellence, Indian School Al Ghubra/Oman Ministry of Education (Muscat, Oman).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS 


2014 Liz Jackson, “Comparing Perspectives on Religious Education: The Treatment of Religion in Hong Kong Liberal Studies,” Comparative and International Education Society (Toronto, Canada).

2014 Liz Jackson and Yanju Shao, “A Preliminary Examination of the Representation of Religious and Ethnic Minorities in Liberal Studies Curriculum,” Comparative Education Society of Hong Kong (Hong Kong).

2013 Liz Jackson and Yanju Shao, “Where are Ethnic Minorities in Hong Kong Curriculum?” Education, Ethnicity, and Inequality: Issues and Insights, Hong Kong Baptist University (Hong Kong).

2012 Liz Jackson, “The Customer Knows Best: The Opposite of the Banking Concept in the Case of the United Arab Emirates,” Paulo Freire--A Global Legacy (Hamilton, New Zealand).

2008 Liz Jackson, “Islam in American Media Since September 11 and Its Educational Implications,” American Educational Studies Association (Savannah, Georgia).

2008 Liz Jackson, “American Cinematic Identity Since September 11,” Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society (Dayton, Ohio).

2008 Liz Jackson, “White Privilege and the Role of the Educator,” Philosophy of Education Society (Boston, Massachusetts).