B.A. (Hons.) in Liberal Arts (History, Literature and Classical Greek), University of Bristol, England (1948)
M. Sc. in Education, Fort Hays Kansas State College, Hays, Kansas, USA (1954)
Ed. D. (Doctor of Education) in Humanistic Foundations of Education, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (1958)
D. Litt (Doctor of Letters honoris causa), University of Bristol, England (2000)
Ph.D. (Hon), University of Ioannina, Greece (2001)
Ph.D (Hon), University of Crete, Greece (2012)
Master, English School, Nicosia, Cyprus (1948-53).
Teaching Fellow, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (1955-58)
Assistant Professor of Education and Director, Master of Arts in Teaching Program, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio (1958-61)
Assistant Professor of Education, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (1961-64).
Professor of Educational Policy Studies (Comparative Education and History of European Paideia), University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin (1964-2005); Professor Emeritus (2005).
Visiting Professor of Education, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (1969).
Visiting Professor, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel (1972).
Fulbright Research Scholar and Lecturer in Greece and Cyprus (1979-80).
Professor of Education, School of Philosophy, University of Crete, Greece (1981-90).
Professor of Comparative Education, University of Athens, Greece (1990-96); Professor Emeritus (1996-).
Affiliations (associations, organizations, institutions)
Phi Delta Kappa Commission on International Relations in Education, l960‑64.
Comparative and International Education Society (CIES): Founding Member; Member of Board of Directors (1964-67); President (1971-72); Editor of Comparative Education Review (1970-1978); Honorary Fellow.
Greek Comparative Education Society (ELESE): Founding Member; President (1992-2003); Honorary President; Co-Editor of Comparative and International Education Review.
Comparative Education Society in Europe (CESE): Honorary Member
European Community Studies Association
Kazamias, A. M. (1960). "What Knowledge is of Most Worth? An Historical Conception and a Modern Sequel," Harvard Educational Review, Vol. 30, No. 4 (Fall, l960) pp. 307‑330. (Translated into Greek).
Kazamias, A. M. (1963)."History, Science and Comparative Education: A Study in Methodology," International Review of Education, Vol. VII (1963), pp. 383-398.
Kazamias, A. M. and Massialas, B. G. (1965). Tradition and Change in Education: A Comparative Study, Prentice‑Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N.J. Translated into Italian, Spanish and Chinese.
Kazamias, A. M. (1966). Politics, Society and Secondary Education in England, l895‑l926, Oxford University Press, and University of Pennsylvania Press.
Kazamias, A. M. (1966, 1969). Education and the Quest for Modernity in Turkey, University of Chicago Press and George Allen and Unwin.
Kazamias, A. M. (1972). "Comparative Pedagogy: An Assignment for the Seventies," Comparative Education Review (October, l972), pp. 406‑411.
Kazamias, A. M. with Karl Schwartz (1977)."Intellectual and Ideological Perspectives in Comparative Education: An Interpretation," Comparative Education Review, Vol. 21, Nos. 2/3 (June/October, l977), pp. 153‑l76.
Kazamias, A. M. with Spillane, M. (Eds.) (1998). Education and the Structuring of the European Space. Athens: CESE/Seirios Editions.
Kazamias, A. M. (2000). "Crisis and reform in US education: A Nation at Risk, 1983 and all that, " in World Yearbook of Education, 2000, ed. by D. Coulby, R. Cowen and C. Jones (London: Kogan Page, 2000), pp.214-231.
Kazamias, A. M. (2001). "Re-inventing the Historical in Comparative Education: Reflections on a Protean Episteme by a Contemporary Player, " Comparative Education, Vol. 37, No. 4 (2001), pp. 439-449.
Kazamias, A. M. (2001). "Globalization and educational cultures in late modernity: the Agamemnon syndrome, " in World Yearbook of Education 200l, ed. by D. Coulby and C. Jones (London: Kogan Page, 2001).
Kazamias, A. M. (2008). On Comparative Education or Towards a Promethean Humanism in the New Cosmopolis. Athens: Atrapos Press. In Greek and English.
Kazamias, A. M. (2009). "Agamemnon Contra Prometheus: Globalization, Knowledge/ Learning Societies and Paideia in the New Cosmopolis" in International Handbook of Comparative Education, ed. by Robert Cowen and Andreas M. Kazamias (Springer, 2009), pp. 1079-1111. Translated into Portuguese and Greek.
Cowen, R. and Kazamias, A. M. (Eds.) (2009). International Handbook of Comparative Education, 2 Vols. Springer Publishers, the Netherlands. Translated into Portuguese.
Kazamias, A. M. (2010). "The Owl of Athena: Reflective Encounters with the Greeks on Pedagogical Eros and the Paideia of the Soul (Psyche) " in Changing Educational Landscapes: Educational Policies, Schooling Systems and Higher Education—A Comparative Perspective, ed by Dimitris Mattheou (Springer Publishers, the Netherlands), pp. 21-42.
Contributed By: Kazamias, Andreas M., University of Wisconsin-Madison