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Biography

Prof. Sulochini Pather

Institute of Childhood and Education

Leeds Trinity University, UK


Email: sulochini.pather@intrepidminds.co.uk


Qualifications

1999-2003 Ph.D., Canterbury Christ Church University College, UK

1995-1996 University of Natal, Durban, South Africa

1992-1993 Bachelor of Education, University of Natal, Durban, South Africa

1990-1991 Diploma in Special Education, University of South Africa, South Africa

1985-1988 Bachelor of Paedagogics,University of Durban-Westville, South Africa


Publications (Selected)

  1. Pather, S. (forthcoming, September 2021). Inclusive Education in the Developing World. Melbourne: Springer.
  2. Pather, S. and Armstrong, A. (forthcoming, 2021). Inclusive Education in Developing Contexts. Netherlands: Sense Publishing.
  3. Pather, S. and Slee, R. (Eds) (2018). Challenging Inclusive Education Policy and Practice in Africa. Netherlands: Sense Publishing.
  4. Pather, S. and Slee, R. (2018). ‘Dilemmas in the Field.’ In Best, M., Corcoran, T. and Slee, R. Whos In? Whos Out? (Studies in Inclusive Education) . Leiden: Brill.
  5. Pather, S. Gizachew, S. and Tadesse, A. (2021). The role of Itinerant teachers in Resource Centres in Ethiopia. Oxford Encyclopedia for School reform. Oxford University Press.
  6. Pather, S. (2017). ‘Urban Education and Inclusion in Africa: Section Editor’s Introduction’. In Pink, W.T. and Noblit, G.W. Second International Handbook of Urban Education. New York: Springer.
  7. Pather, S. (2013). ‘Evidence on Inclusion and Support for Learners with Impairments in Mainstream Schools in South Africa: off the policy radar?’ In Singal, N. Disability, Poverty and Education. Oxon: Routledge.
  8. Pather, S. (2008) ‘Demystifying the notion of ‘inclusion’ in the context of a rural school and its communities in South Africa’ In Muthukrishna, A. (Ed.) Educating for social justice and inclusion: pathways and transitions in an African context. New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  9. Yakavets, N., McClaughlin, C., Aderkhina, T., Almukhambetova, A. and Pather, S. (under review) ‘Reviewing Support Mechanisms in Kazakhstan for the Inclusion of Vulnerable Learners’. International Journal of Inclusive Education.
  10. Pather, S. and Jaxtabayeva, A.(2020, under review) ‘Diagnosing intellectual impairment: Understandings and practices in Kazakhstan.’ Disability and Society.
  11. Pather, S. (2019). ‘Confronting Inclusive Education in Africa since Salamanca’ International Journal of Inclusive Education. Special Edition: Salamanca 25 years on. . doi.org/10.1080/13603116.2019.1623329 (Scopus Percentile 74%) Q1 Scimago
  12. Pather, S. and Nxumalo, C. (2013).’Challenging Understandings of Inclusive Education Policy Development in Southern Africa through Comparative Reflection. International Journal of Inclusive Education (special edition). doi.org/10.1080/13603116.2011.651821. (Scopus Percentile 74%) Q1 Scimago.
  13. Pather, S. (2011). Evidence on Inclusion and Support for Learners with Impairments in Mainstream Schools in South Africa: off the policy radar? International Journal of Inclusive Education (special edition). doi.org/10.1080/13603116.2011.555075. (Scopus Percentile 74%) Q1 Scimago.
  14. Šiška,J., van Swet, J., Pather, S. and Rose, D. (2011). From Vision to Reality: managing tensions in the development and implementation of an international collaborative partnership programme for institutional change and sustainable development in inclusive education. International Journal of Inclusive Education. (special edition)
  15. Pather, S. (2007) ‘Demystifying inclusion: Implications for more sustainable inclusive practice’. International Journal of Inclusive Education. Vol 11, Issue 5&6, Pp.627 – 643. doi.org/10.1080/13603110600790373. (Scopus Percentile 74%) Q1 Scimago.
  16. Pather, S.(2004) 'Attempts to achieve development in education through partnerships: interrogating notions and methods of building local capacity from the inside' The Development Education Journal, 10 (2) pp 15–17.


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