B.A. in English Literature (minor:
Political Science), University of Michigan (1959)
University of London: One year graduate work
in international politics and law at University College as a participant in the
Student Leadership Exchange Program between the University of Michigan and the
University of London, 1959-60.
M.A., Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy
Ph.D., International Development Education,
Stanford University (1969)
- Principal work in the fields of sociology of education and political
socialization; dissertation defended with honors
University of Oriente, Venezuela Peace
Corps Volunteer (1962-64)
Peace Corps Training Program for Rural
Community Development in Peru, Ecuador, and Bolivia, Staff Member Yale
University (Summer 1964)
Latin American Education, University of New
Mexico-Ford Foundation, Intern (1965-66)
Bogota Office of the Ford Foundation,
education advisor on contract from Indiana University (1969-1971)
Indiana University-Bloomington, Assistant,
Associate, Full, and Chancellor's Professor of Education (1971 and
"retirement" in 2001)
Affiliations (associations, organizations, institutions)
American Educational Research
Comparative and International Education
International Studies Association
Latin American Studies Associations
Phi Delta Kappa
Student Alienation: A Venezuelan Study (New York: Praeger,
and Cultural Imperialism: The Foundations at Home and Abroad (Boston: G.K. Hall, 1980;
Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1982 [paperback]).
Education(New York: MacMillan, 1982).
Literacy Campaigns: Historical and Comparative Perspectives (New York: Plenum Publishers,
1987, reprinted by Transactions Publisher in 2008 with a new introduction).
Issues in Education: Comparative Perspectives(State University of New York
Education as Contested Terrain: The
Case of Nicaragua, 1979-1993(Westview, 1994); published in Spanish as
Educaci6n como, Terreno de Conflicto: Nicaragua, 1979-1993 (Managua: Editorial
de la Universidad Centroamericana, 1995).
Education: The Dialectic of the Global and the Local (Boulder, CO: Rowman and
Littlefield, 1999, 2003 2nd edition. 2007 3rd edition).
Talent Abounds: Profiles of Master
Teachers and Peak Performs in Diverse Domains (Boulder, CO:
Paradigm Publishers, forthcoming December 2008).
"Education and Political Participation
in Rural Areas of Latin America," Comparative
Education Review 17 (June,
1973), pp. 198215. Spanish version of this paper, "Educacion y
Participación Política en Ameéica Latina," in Educación Hoy, Bogota (July/August, 1973).
"Sociopolitical Implications of
Educational Television," Journal
of Communication25 (Spring 1975), pp. 144-156.
"Comparative Education and World Systems
Education Review24 (October, 1980), pp. 48-62.
"A Political Sociology of Education and
Development in Latin America: The Conditioned State, Neoliberalism, and
Educational Policy," International Journal of Comparative Sociology 37
(June 1996), pp. 121-139.
"Dynamic Tensions in Ability Grouping: A
Comparative Perspective and Critical Analysis," Educational Horizons 77
(Spring 1999): 120-127; reprinted in Annual Editions, Education 00/01
(Guilford, CN: Dushkin, 2000): 160-172. (Co-author).
"Comparative and International Education
Society (CIES) Facing the 21st Century: Challenges and Contributions,"
Presidential Address, Comparative
Education Review 46 (November
"Education and International Issues of
Social Mobility of Underprivileged Groups," in James Guthrie (ed.), Encyclopedia of Education 2nd Edition, (New York: Macmillan,
2003). (Sr. author).
Contributed By: Robert Arnove, Chancellor's Professor , Indiana University, Bloomington