BA in Chinese
language and literature, Oberlin College
M.A. in Applied Linguistics and International and Comparative Education,
University of Michigan
Ph.D. in Educational Foundations, Policy and Administration at Michigan
Director of Asian Studies and Chair of Educational Studies, Colgate University
Professor, Indiana University
(associations, organizations, institutions)
International Education Society (US)
Ross, H. and L. Wang.
2008. "Educating Girls as Community Leaders: Contradictions in one Spring
Bud Project in Rural Shaanxi, China"Girlhood Studies: An
Interdisciplinary Journal. 1:1, forthcoming.
Ross, H. and Ran Zhang, 2006. "Introduction: The Limits and
Possibilities of Responsive Justice," Chinese Education and
Society (July-August) 39:4, 3-10.
Ross, H. and Ran Zhang. 2006. "The Changing Landscape of Rule of
Law and Students' Rights in China, Introduction." Chinese
Education and Society (May-June) 39:3, 3-9.
Ross, H. and Lou Jingjing. 2005. "Glocalizing Chinese Higher
Education: Groping for Stones to Cross the River." Indiana Journal
of Global Legal Studies. (Winter) 12:1, 227-250.
Ross, H. 2002. "The Space Between Us: The Relevance of Relational
Theory to Re-imagining Comparative Education, (Presidential
Address)." Comparative Education Review 46:4 (November),
Ross, H. with contributions by Jingjing Lou, Lijing Yang, Olga Rybakova,
and Phoebe Wakhunga. 2005. "Where and Who are the World's Illiterates:
China." A Background Paper Submitted to UNESCO Global Monitoring Report.
Liu, J., H. Ross, and D. Kelly, (eds.). 2000. The Ethnographic
Eye: Interpretive Studies of Education in China. New York: Falmer Press.
Ross, H. 1993. China Learns English, Language Teaching and
Social Change in the People's Republic. New Haven: Yale University Press.
Ross, H. 2007. "Policy as Practice, Agency as Voice, Research as
Intervention: Imag(in)g Girls' Education in China" in Mary Ann Maslak,
(Ed.) The Agency and Structure of Female Education (SUNY
Seeberg, V & Ross, H., Tan, G. and Liu, J. 2007. "The Case for
Prioritizing Education For Girls Left Behind In Remote Rural China." In
David Baker and Alexander Wiseman, (EDS) International Perspectives on
Education and Society,, Volume 8, Education for All: Global Promises,
National Challenges, (Oxford: Elsevier Science Ltd) Vol. 8, 111-158.
Ross, H. 2007. "Generally Educated Teachers: Engaging the Friction
between Local and Global Knowledge" in Bjork, et al (Eds) Taking
Teachers Seriously: What we can learn from Educators at Liberal Arts
Institutions. (Paradigm Press), pp. 132-148.
Ross, H. 2006. "Schools and Gender Stratification: The State, NGO's
and Transnational Alliances" in Gerry Postiglione (Ed.), Education,
Social Change, and Stratification in China, Inequality in a Market Economy.
Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, pp 25-50.
Ross, H. and Jing Lin. 2006. "Social Capital Formation through
Chinese School Communities" in Emily Hannum and Bruce Fuller,
Eds.,Children's Lives and Schooling Across Societies, Research in the Sociology
of Education Vol. 15, Elsevier, Ltd., pp 43-69.
Ross, H. 2003. "Rethinking Human Vulnerability, Security, and
Connection through Relational Theorizing," in Wayne Nelles (ed)Comparative
Education, Terrorism and Human Security: From Critical Pedagogy to Peace
Building? (New York:: Palgrave-Macmillan), pp. 33-46.
Ross, H. 2001. "Historical Memory, Community Service, and Project
Hope: Reclaiming the Social Purposes of Education at the Shanghai McTyeire
School for Girls," in Peterson, Hayhoe, and Yong, (eds.) Pathways to
Reform: China's Education in the 20th Century. (Ann Arbor: University of
Michigan Press), pp. 569-632.
Ross, H. 2000. "Moment by Moment-Discourses of Power, Narratives of
Relationships: Framing Ethnography of Chinese Schooling, 1981-1997," in
Liu, Ross, and Kelly (eds.), The Ethnographic Eye: Interpretive Studies of
Education in China (New York: Falmer), pp. 123-152.
Contributed By: Heidi Ross, Indiana University