Dr Anthony Potts
Anthony came to the School of Education from Wolfson College, Cambridge University, UK and Newman University College Birmingham, UK. During his time at Wolfson College he worked on a number of projects including a long standing one on British politicians and their perspectives on universities.He has been Foundation Professor of Policy Studies in Education and Head of the Department of International Educational Studies at Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool, UK and remains a consultant to staff there. He is also Adjunct Professor in Education at La Trobe University in Bendigo.
|2007||A. Potts & T. O'Donoghue (Eds.) (2007). Schools as dangerous places: A historical perspective. Youngstown:|
|2014||Potts, A. P. (2014). Patterns and persistence in academic migration: 40 years of Australian academic migration. In N. Maadad & M. Tight (Eds.), Academic Mobility (pp. 95-116). United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing.
|2008||Sikes, P. & Potts, A. (2008). Introduction: what are we talking about and why?. In Researching Education From the Inside : Investigations from Within (pp. 3-12). UK: Routledge.|
|2008||Potts, A. (2008). Researching academic staff: the case of colleges and new universities. In P. Sikes & A. Potts (Eds.), Researching education from the inside: investigations from within (pp. 159-174). Abingdon: Routledge.|
|2005||Potts, A. (2005). Academic migration: the case of new australian universities. In International Perspectives on Higher Education Research (pp. 159-183). UK: Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.