Bachelor of Arts, University of Melbourne (2000)
Bachelor of Teaching (Honours), University of Melbourne (2002)
MPhil Politics Democracy and Education, University of Cambridge (2004)
Ph.D. Sociology of Education, University of Cambridge (2009)
Lecturer, University of Cambridge (2015 - present)
Honorary Senior Lecturer, University of Sydney (2015 - present)
Lecturer, University of Sydney (2012 – 2014)
Lecturer, University of Western Sydney (2010 – 2012)
Affiliations (associations, organizations, institutions)
International Studies in Sociology of Education, Joint Editor (2015 – present)
Comparative Education, Member of Executive Board (2015– present)
Race, Ethnicity and Education, Member of the Board (2015 – present)
Hopkins, L. and Sriprakash, A. eds. (2015). The ‘Poor Child’: the cultural politics of education, development and childhood.London, Routledge.
Sriprakash, A., Proctor, H., and Hu, B. (2015). Visible Pedagogic Work: parenting, private tutoring, and educational advantage in Australia. Discourse: studies in the cultural politics of education. OnlineFirst.
Sriprakash, A. and Mukhopadhyay, R. (2015) Reflexivity and the Politics of Knowledge: educational researchers as ‘brokers’ and ‘translators’ of international development. Comparative Education. vol 51, no 2, pp 231-246.
Sriprakash, A., Possamai, A., and Brackenreg, E. (2014). Cosmopolitan tensions: Religious diversity in an Australian university. A E R (Australian Educational Researcher), vol 41 no 3, pp 227-242.
Sriprakash, A. (2013). New learner subjects? Reforming the rural child for a modern India. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, vol 34, no 3, pp 325-337
Mukhopadyay, R. and Sriprakash, A. (2013). Target-driven reform: Education for All and the translations of equity in India. Journal of Education Policy, vol 28 no 3, pp 306-321
Sriprakash, A. (2012). Pedagogies for Development: the politics and practice of child-centred education in India. Dordrecht, Springer.
Sriprakash, A. (2012). Desirable schooling: Re-framing Chinese educational success. Australian Review of Public Affairs, April 2012
Contributed by: Jia Ying Neoh, University of Sydney
Date Contributed: August 16, 2016