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Chapters in books
- ‘Scholarship in the University: an ecological perspective’, in Stephen Crump, Antony Drew and Gordon Redding (eds), Oxford Handbook of Comparative Higher Education Systems and University Management.
- ‘Considering the University’, in A Samalavicius (ed) Neoliberalism, Economism and Higher Education.
Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
- ‘Leadership and Critical Thinking: Oxymoron and a Feasible Utopia’, in J Jameson (ed) International Perspectives on Leadership in Higher Education: Critical Thinking for Global Challenges. London and New York: Routledge.
- ‘Ernest Gellner: Nought for Comfort?, in R Barnett and A Fulford (eds) Philosophers on the University. Dordrecht: Springer.
- ‘Re-Valuing the University: An Ecological Approach’, in J Jameson and P Gibbs, (eds) Values of, and in, the University in a Time of Uncertainty. ####
- ‘Beyond Free Speech: Conditions of Academic Engagement’, Afterword in Y Waghid and N Davids, Free Speech, Universities and Pedagogical Encounters. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
- ‘Realizing the World-Class University: an ecological approach’, in S Rider et al (eds) World-Class Universities: A Contested Concept. Dordrecht: Springer.
- ‘Culture and the University: An Ecological Approach’, in A Stoller and E Kramer (eds) Philosophical Proposals for the University: Towards a Philosophy of Higher Education. Palgrave Macmillan.
- (with Michael Peters) ‘Introduction’, The Idea of the University, Volume One. Peter Lang.
- ‘The Thinking University: two versions, rival and complementary’, in R Barnett and S Bengtsen (eds), The Thinking University. Dordrecht: Springer.
- ‘The Ecological University: a university whose time has come’, in Ronald Barnett and Michael Peters (eds) The Idea of the University – volume 2, Contemporary Perspectives, New York, Peter Lang.
- (with Soren Bengtsen) ‘Realism and Education: a philosophical examination of the “realness” of the university’, ch 9 (121-137) in P Higgs and Y Waghid, A Reader in Philosophy of Education. Cape Town: Juta.
- ‘The Idea of the University in the Twenty-First Century: Where is the Imagination?’, in Thomas Karlsohn (ed) Universitetets Idé (volume of historical writings on the idea of the university). Gothenburg: Daidalos.
- ‘On the Philosophy of Higher Education’, contribution on section on Philosophy of Higher Education in on-line Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory. doi:10.1007/978-981-287-532-7_629-1
- ‘The Idea of the University: Renewing the Great Tradition’, in Encyclopedia of International Higher Education Systems and Institutions insection on ‘Meanings and Purposes’ edited by Manja Klemencic; overall editors: Jung Cheol Shin and Pedro Nuno Teixeira. Dordrecht: Springer.
ISBN: 978-94-017-9553-1 (Print) 978-94-017-9553-1 (Online)
Papers in Journals
- ‘The Thoughtful University: A Feasible Utopia’, Beijing International Review of Education, 1 (1) 55-72. https://doi.org/10.1163/25902547-00101007
- Guzmán-Valenzuela, C and Barnett, R ‘Patterns of Theory use in qualitative research in higher education studies in Latin America: a geopolitical interpretation’, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education. DOI: 10.1080/09518398.2019.1597213
- Bengtsen, S S E and Barnett, R, ‘Higher education and alien ecologies: Exploring the Dark Ontology of the University’, Journal of Philosophy of Higher Education, 17-40, ###
- ‘The University after Postmodernism: An Ecological Approach’, Educational Philosophy and Theory, 50 (14) 1537-1538.
- ‘Constructing the University: Towards a Social Philosophy of the University’, Educational Philosophy and Theory, 49 (1) 78-88. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00131857.2016.1183472
- Barnett, R. & Guzmán-Valenzuela, C. ‘Sighting horizons of teaching in higher education’. Higher Education, 73, 1, 113-126.
- ‘Eco-dreams and university geopolitics, Educational Philosophy and Theory, 1-3
- Barnett, R and Bengtsen, S, ‘Universities and Epistemology: from a dissolution of knowledge to the emergence of a new thinking’, Education Sciences.7 (38)
- ‘Advancing Learning: An Ecological Approach’, blog for the Higher Education Academy, UK. https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/blog-entry/advancing-learning-ecological-approach
- ‘General Education: A Reconsideration’, in Reflexiones Sobre los Estudios Generales en Educación Superior’, Baranquilla, Colombia: Uninorte. [trans into Spanish]
- ‘The Coming of the Ecological Learner’, contribution to publication following VII International Forum on University Innovation, Vigo, Spain.
- Interview for in-house magazine, CIAE, University of Chile, 22 October 2018: ‘Las universidades deben pensar qué educación es apropiada para personas que van a vivir’. http://www.ciae.uchile.cl/index.php?page=view_noticias&langSite=es&id=1458
- ‘Where are the Ethics in Academic Publishing?’, Times Higher Education, 1 Dec, https://www.timeshighereducation.com/blog/where-are-ethics-academic-publishing
- ‘Understanding the University: Planes and possibilities (and even poetry)’, in annual newsletter of Philosophy of Education Society.
- ‘University Education: Glimpsing a New Direction’, contribution to compendium, Challenges and Opportunities for the Century Ahead, celebrating 100 years anniversary of Osmania University, India.
- ‘General Education: A Reconsideration’, in Reflexiones Sobre los Estudios Generales en Educación Superior’, Baranquilla, Colombia: Uninorte.
- Foreword for Dilly Fung, A Connected Curriculum for Higher Education. London: UCL Press.
- Foreword for Jamie P Halsall and Michael Snowden (eds.) The Pedagogy of the Social Sciences Curriculum. Springer.
- Foreword for Nuraan Davids and Yusef Waghid, Educational leadership-in-becoming: On the potential of leadership in action. Routledge.
- Foreword for Norman J Jackson (ed), Exploring Learning Ecologies. Chalk Mountain.
- Foreword for Stephen Heap (ed), The Universities We Need: Theological Developments. Routledge.
- Foreword for Henk Huijser and Megan Kek, Problem-based learning into the future: Imagining an agile PBL ecology for learning. Springer.
Forewords in books