Professor Bob Lingard

Professorial Research Fellow

School of Education
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
r.lingard@uq.edu.au
+61 7 336 57343

Overview

Qualifications

  • Fellow of Australian Academy of Social Sciences
  • Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Queensland
  • Master of Arts, Durham University
  • Bachelor of Educational Studies, The University of Queensland
  • Bachelor of Arts, The University of Queensland

Publications

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Publications

Book

Book Chapter

  • Lingard, Bob and Sellar, Sam (2016). 'Catalyst data': perverse systemic effects of audit and accountability in Australian schooling. In Bob Lingard, Wayne Martino and Goli Rezai-Rashti (Ed.), Testing Regimes, Accountabilities and Education Policy (pp. 96-118) Abingdon, United Kingdom: Routledge.

  • Hogan, Anna, Sellar, Sam and Lingard, Bob (2016). Corporate social responsibility and neo-social accountability in education: the case of Pearson plc. In Antoni Verger, Christopher Lubienski and Gita Steina-Khamsi (Ed.), World Yearbook of Education 2016: The Global Education Industry (pp. 107-124) Abingdon, Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge.

  • Lingard, Bob and Lewis, Steven (2016). Globalization of the Anglo-American approach to top-down, test-based educational accountability. In Handbook of Human and Social Conditions in Assessment 1st ed. (pp. 387-403) New York: Routledge.

  • Mundy, Karen, Green, Andy, Lingard, Bob and Verger, Antoni (2016). Introduction: The Globalization of Education Policy - Key Approaches and Debates. In Karen Mundy, Andy Green, Bob Lingard and Antoni Verger (Ed.), The Handbook of Global Education Policy (pp. 1-20) Chichester, West Sussex, England: John Wiley & Sons. doi:10.1002/9781118468005.ch0

  • Lingard, Bob, Thompson, Greg and Sellar, Sam (2016). National testing from an Australian perspective. In Bob Lingard, Greg Thompson and Sam Sellar (Ed.), National testing in schools: an Australia assessment (pp. 1-17) Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9781315659312

  • Lingard, Bob (2016). Part II Introduction : Educational Issues and Challenges. In Karen Mundy, Andy Green, Bob Lingard and Antoni Verger (Ed.), The Handbook of Global Education Policy (pp. 164-168) Chichester, West Sussex, England: John Wiley & Sons. doi:10.1002/9781118468005.part2

  • Lingard, Bob, Martino, Wayne and Rezai-Rashti, Goli (2016). Testing regimes, accountabilities and education policy: commensurate global and national developments. In Bob Lingard, Wayne Martino and Goli Rezai-Rashti (Ed.), Testing Regimes, Accountabilities and Education Policy (pp. 1-18) Abingdon, United Kingdom: Routledge.

  • Lingard, Bob and Sellar, Sam (2016). The Changing Organizational and Global Significance of the OECD's Educational Work. In Karen Mundy, Andy Green, Bob Lingard and Antoni Verger (Ed.), The Handbook of Global Education Policy (pp. 357-373) Chichester, West Sussex, England: John Wiley & Sons. doi:10.1002/9781118468005.ch19

  • Sellar, Sam and Lingard, Bob (2016). The OECD and global governance in education. In Bob Lingard, Wayne Martino and Goli Rezai-Rashti (Ed.), Testing Regimes, Accountabilities and Education Policy (pp. 172-187) Abingdon, United Kingdom: Routledge.

  • Thompson, Greg, Sellar, Sam and Lingard, Bob (2016). The life of data: evolving national testing. In Bob Lingard, Greg Thompson and Sam Sellar (Ed.), National testing in schools: an Australia assessment (pp. 212-229) Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge.

  • Rawolle, Shaun and Lingard, Bob (2015). Bourdieu and doing policy sociology in education. In Gulson, Kalervo N, Clarke, Matthew and Petersen, Eva Bendix (Ed.), Education policy and contemporary theory: Implications for research (pp. 15-26) Abingdon, Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9781315818429

  • Hogan, Anna, Sellar, Sam and Lingard, Bob (2015). Network restructuring of global edu-business: the case of Pearson’s Efficacy Framework. In Wayne Au and Joseph J. Ferrare (Ed.), Mapping corporate education reform: power and policy networks in the neoliberal state (pp. 43-64) London, UK: Routledge.

  • Sellar, Sam and Lingard, Bob (2015). New literacisation, curricular isomorphism and the OECD's PISA. In Mary Hamilton, Bryan Maddox and Camilla Addey (Ed.), Literacy as numbers: researching the politics and practices of international literacy assessment (pp. 17-33) Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

  • Sellar, Sam and Lingard, Robert (2014). Equity in Australian schooling: the absent presence of socioeconomic context. In Susanne Gannon and Wayne Sawyer (Ed.), Contemporary issues of equity in education (pp. 1-21) Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

  • Rawolle, Shaun and Lingard, Robert (2014). Mediatization and education: a sociological account. In Knut Lundby (Ed.), Mediatization of communication handbooks of communication science (pp. 595-614) Berlin, Germany: De Gruyter Mouton.

  • Rawolle, Shaun and Lingard, Bob (2013). Bourdieu and educational research: Thinking tools, relational thinking, beyond epistemological innocence. In Mark Murphy (Ed.), Social theory and education research : understanding Foucault, Habermas, Bourdieu and Derrida (pp. 117-137) Abbingdon, Oxon UK: Routledge.

  • Forbes, Joan and Lingard, Bob (2013). Elite school capitals and girls' schooling: understanding the (re)production of privilege through a habitus of 'assuredness'. In Claire Maxwell and Peter Aggleton (Ed.), Privilege, Agency and Affect: Understanding the Production and Effects of Action (pp. 50-68) New York, NY, USA: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/9781137292636

  • Gilbert, Robert, Keddie, Amanda, Lingard, Bob, Mills, Martin and Renshaw, Peter (2013). Equity and education research, policy and practice: a review. In Alan Reid and Louise Reynolds (Ed.), Equity and education: exploring new directions for equity in Australian education (pp. 16-51) Carlton South, Australia: Australian College of Educators.

  • Lingard, Bob (2013). Foreword. In Geoff Munns, Wayne Sawyer and Bronwyn Cole (Ed.), Exemplary teachers of students in poverty: the Fair Go team (pp. x-xiv) Abingdon, Oxon, U.K.: Routledge.

  • Lingard, Bob and Sellar, Sam (2013). Globalisation and sociology of education policy: the case of PISA. In Rachel Brooks, Kalwant Bhopal and Mark McCormack (Ed.), Contemporary debates in the sociology of education (pp. 19-38) Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Lingard, Bob and McGregor, Glenda (2013). High-stakes assessment and new curricula: a Queensland case of competing tensions in curriculum development. In Mark Priestley and Gert Biesta (Ed.), Reinventing the curriculum: new trends in curriculum policy and practice (pp. 207-228) London, United Kingdom: Bloomsbury Academic.

  • Sellar, Sam and Lingard, Bob (2013). PISA and the expanding role of the OECD in global educational governance. In Heinz-Dieter Meyer and Aaron Benavot (Ed.), PISA, power, and policy: the emergence of global educational governance (pp. 185-206) Oxford, United Kingdom: Symposium Books.

  • Lingard, Bob (2013). Positions/dispositions: reflections on engaging with feminism and masculinity politics. In Marcus B. Weaver-Hightower and Christine Skelton (Ed.), Leaders in Gender and Education (pp. 129-146) Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers. doi:10.1007/978-94-6209-305-8

  • Lingard, Bob, Hardy, Ian and Heimans, Stephen (2012). Deparochializing educational research: three critical, illustrative narratives. In Tara Fenwick and Lesley Farrell (Ed.), Knowledge mobilization and educational research: politics, languages and responsibilities (pp. 211-236) New York, United States: Routledge.

  • Lingard, Bob, Forbes, Joan, Weiner, Gaby and Horne, John (2012). Multiple capitals and Scottish independent schools: The (re)production of advantage. In Julie Allan and Ralph Catts (Ed.), Social capital, children and young people: Implications for practice, policy and research (pp. 181-198) Bristol, U. K.: The Policy Press.

  • Lingard, Bob, Vass, Greg and Mackinlay, Elizabeth (2012). Reimagining lines of flight in schooling for Indigenous students in Australia. In Jennifer Lavia and Sechaba Mahlomaholo (Ed.), Culture, education, and community: expressions of the postcolonial imagination (pp. 125-146) New York, NY, United States: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Thomson, Pat, Lingard, Bob and Wrigley, Terry (2012). Reimagining school change. In Terry Wrigley, Pat Thomson and Bob Lingard (Ed.), Changing schools: Alternative ways to make a world of difference (pp. 1-14) London, England, U.K.: Routledge.

  • Wrigley, Terry, Thomson, Pat and Lingard, Bob (2012). Resources for changing schools. In Terry Wrigley, Pat Thomson and Bob Lingard (Ed.), Changing schools: Alternative ways to make a world of difference (pp. 194-214) London, England, U.K.: Routedge.

  • Lingard, Bob (2011). Changing teachers' work in Australia. In Nicole Mockler and Judyth Sachs (Ed.), Rethinking educational practice through reflexive inquiry: essays in honour of Susan Groundwater-Smith (pp. 229-246) Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-94-007-0805-1_16

  • Grek, Sotiria, Lawn, Martin, Lingard, Bob, Ozga, Jenny, Rinne, Risto, Segerholm, Christina and Simola, Hannu (2011). National policy brokering and the construction of the European education space in England, Sweden, Finland and Scotland. In Jenny Ozga, Peter Dahler-Larsen, Christina Segerholm and Hannu Simola (Ed.), Fabricating quality in education: Data and governance in Europe (pp. 47-65) Oxon, England: Routledge.

  • Lingard, Bob and Cripps, Peter (2010). Flattening Australian art. In Carolyn Barnes, John Barrett-Lennard, Rebecca Coates, Peter Cripps, Robert Lingard, Margaret Plant and Ann Stephen (Ed.), Peter Cripps: Towards an elegant solution (pp. 92-95) Melbourne, Australia: Australian Centre for Contemporary Art.

  • Lingard, Bob (2010). From here on. In Rebecca Coates (Ed.), Peter Cripps: Towards an elegant solution (pp. 44-52) Melbourne, VIC, Australia: Australian Centre for Contemporary Art.

  • Lingard, Bob and Rawolle, Shaun (2010). Globalization and the rescaling of education politics and policy. In Marianne A. Larsen (Ed.), New thinking in comparative education: Honouring Robert Cowen (pp. 33-52) Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

  • Lingard, Bob and Gale, Trevor (2010). Presidential address as pedagogy. In Trevor Gale and Bob Lingard (Ed.), Educational research by association 7 ed. (pp. 1-22) Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

  • Lingard, Bob and Renshaw, Peter (2010). Teaching as a research-informed and research-informing profession. In Anne Campbell and Susan Groundwater-Smith (Ed.), Connecting inquiry and professional learning in education: International perspectives and practical solutions (pp. 26-39) Abingdon, Oxon, U.K.: Routledge.

  • Lingard, B. (2010). The impact of research on education policy: The relevance for doctoral students. In Pat Thomson and Melanie Walker (Ed.), The Routledge doctoral students' companion: Getting to grips with research in education and the social sciences (pp. 377-389) New York, U.S.: Routledge.

  • Lingard, Bob (2010). Towards a sociology of pedagogies. In Michael W. Apple, Stephen J. Ball and Luis Armando Gandin (Ed.), The Routledge international handbook of the sociology of education (pp. 167-178) Oxon, U.K: Routledge.

  • Lingard, R. (2009). Pedagogizing teacher professional identities. In S. Gewirtz, P. Mahony, I. Hextall and A. Cribb (Ed.), Changing Teacher Professionalism: International Trends, Challenges and Ways Forward (pp. 81-93) Oxon, U.K: Routledge.

  • Lingard, Bob and Rawolle, Shaun (2009). Rescaling and reconstituting education policy: The knowledge economy and the scalar politics of global fields. In Maarten Simons, Mark Olssen and Michael A. Peters (Ed.), Re-reading education policies: A handbook studying the policy agenda of the 21st century (pp. 205-219) Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

  • Lingard, Bob (2009). Researching education policy in a globalized world: theoretical and methodological considerations. In Thomas S. Popkewitz and Fazal Rizvi (Ed.), Globalization and the study of education (pp. 226-246) New York , United States: Blackwells.

  • Rizvi, F. and Lingard, R. (2009). The OECD and global shifts in education policy. In R. Cowen and A. M. Kazamias (Ed.), International Handbook of Comparative Education (pp. 437-453) Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer Netherlands.

  • Lingard, R. (2008). Pedagogies of indifference: Research, policy and practice. In Lingard, R., Nixon, J. and Ranson, S. (Ed.), Transforming Learning in Schools and Communities: The Remaking of Education for a Cosmopolitan Society (pp. 209-235) London: Continuum International Publishing Group.

  • Lingard, Bob, Nixon, Jon and Ranson, Stuart (2008). Remaking education for a globalized world: Policy and pedagogic possibilities. In Lingard, Bob, Nixon, Jon and Ranson, Stuart (Ed.), Transforming learning in schools and communities: The remaking of education for a cosmopolitan society (pp. 3-36) London, U.K.: Continuum International Publishing Group.

  • Lingard, R. (2008). Scottish education: reflections from an international perspective. In T. G. K. Bryce and W. H. Hume (Ed.), Scottish education: beyond devolution 3 ed. (pp. 968-981) Edinburgh, United Kingdom: The University of Edinburgh Press.

  • Lingard, Bob (2007). Deparochializing the study of education: globalization and the research imagination. In Kalervo Gulson and Colin Symes (Ed.), Spatial theories of education: policy and geography matters (pp. 233-250) London, U.K.: Routledge.

  • Ozga, Jenny and Lingard, Bob (2007). Globalisation, education policy and politics. In Lingard, Bob and Ozga, Jenny (Ed.), RoutledgeFalmer reader in education policy and politics (pp. 65-82) Abingdon, Oxon, U.K ; New York, U.S.A: Routledge.

  • Lingard, R. and Ozga, J. (2007). Reading education policy and politics. In Lingard, R. and Ozga, J. (Ed.), RoutledgeFalmer reader in education policy and politics (pp. 1-8) London: Routledge.

  • Rizvi, Fazal and Lingard, Bob (2006). Globalization and the changing nature of the OECD's educational work. In Lauder, Hugh, Brown, Phillip, Dillabough, Jo-Anne and Halsey, A. H. (Ed.), Education, globalization, and social change (pp. 247-260) Oxford, U.K.: New York, U.S.A: Oxford University Press.

  • Lingard, R. L. (2002). Troubling educational practice and the emergent structure of feeling: An excursus on context. In V. Carrington, J. Mitchell, S. Rawolle and A. Zavros (Ed.), Troubling Practice (pp. 1-11) Flaxton, Qld: Post Pressed.

  • Lingard, R. L. (2000). It is and it isn't: Vernacular globalization, educational policy, and restructuring. In N. C. Burbules and C. A. Torres (Ed.), Globalization and Education: Critical Perspectives (pp. 79-108) London: Routledge.

  • Ladwig, James G., Griffith, Thomas, Gore, Jennifer and Lingard, Robert L. (1999). Australia: Education in a post-penal, post-industrial, post-modern, soon-to-be post-colonial nation. In Lindblad, Sverker and Popkewitz, Thomas S. (Ed.), Education Governance and Social Integration and Exclusion: National Cases of Educational Systems and Recent Reforms (pp. 21-41) Uppsala, Sweden: Dept of Education, Uppsala Univ..

  • Luke, A., Lingard, R. L., Green, B. and Comber, B. (1999). The abuses of literacy: Educational policy and the construction of crisis. In J. Marshall and M. Peters (Ed.), Education Policy (pp. 763-787) Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

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PhD and MPhil Supervision

Current Supervision

  • Doctor Philosophy — Associate Advisor

  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

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Completed Supervision