|Dr. Ted Fleming has been a Senior Lecturer and Director of Research Centre at the National University of Ireland Maynooth. Previously a Lecturer at Dundalk Institute of Technology.
Postgraduate studies in education and awarded a Masters and Doctorate at Columbia University, New York in Education. Other qualifications include BSc (NUIM) & BD (Pontifical). Awarded Grant Fellowship by Toronto University.
Publication 2011- 2013
Fleming, T. (2013, in press). A critical journey toward lifelong learning: Including non-traditional students in university. In Loxley, A., Seery, A. & Walsh, J., Higher Education in the Republic of Ireland: Practices, Policies and Possibilities. Manchester: Plagrave Macmillan.
Finnegan, F., Thunborg, C. & Fleming, T. (2013, in press) Enduring inequalities, student agency: Theorising an agenda for change in higher education. In F. Finnegan, B. Merrill & C. Thunborg (eds.) Student Voices on Inequalities in European Higher Education: Challenges for Policy and Practice in a Time of Change. London: Routledge.
Fleming, T. & González-Monteagudo, J. (2013, in press) Theorising student experience: Structure, agency and inequality. In F. Finnegan, et al. (eds.). Student Voices on Inequalities in European Higher Education: Challenges for Policy and Practice in a Time of Change. London: Routledge.
Fleming, T. & Finnegan, F. (2013, in press) Working transnationally: Theory and methodology. In F. Finnegan et al., (eds.). Student Voices on Inequalities in European Higher Education: Challenges for Policy and Practice in a Time of Change. London: Routledge.
West, L., Fleming, T. & Finnegan, F. (2013, in press) Connecting Bourdieu, Winnicott, and Honneth: Understanding the experiences of non-traditional learners through an interdisciplinary lens. Studies in the Education of Adults, 45(2).
Fleming, T. (2013). Adult education for a change: Teaching and learning for the addiction professional. Paper presented at the Health Research Board Conference: Twenty five year celebration of the National Documentation Centre on Drug Use April 2013 Dublin. Copy of paper
Fleming, T. (2012) 'Habermas, Critical Theory and Education'. Paper presented at Conference Pedagogika krytyczna dzis: Pytania o teorie i praktyke (Critical theory today: Questions about theory and practice) at the Pedagogical Institute, University of Gdansk, Poland (May 28, 2012).
Murphy, M. & Fleming, T. (2013). Between common and college knowledge: Exploring the boundaries between adult and higher education. In M. Murphy (ed.) Social Theory and Education Research (Vol. 1 Inequality, Inclusion and Education). London: Sage.
Quirk, M. & Fleming, T. (Eds.). (2013). Journeys of Students with Disabilities from AHEAD'S 25 Year History. Dublin: AHEAD. Link to Copy
ISBN: 978-1-899951-33-8 Review in The Irish Times
Fleming, T. (2013). Paper at AHEAD’s 25th Anniversary Universal Design in Education Conference at Croke Park, March 12. Link to paper
Fleming, T. (2012). Review of Claudia W. Ruitenberg & D.C. Phillips (Eds.) (2012). Education, Culture and Epistemological Diversity: Mapping a disputed terrain. New York: Springer, in Teachers College Record. Sample paragraph click here
Murphy, M. & Fleming, T. (Eds.) (April, 2012). Habermas, teoria krytyczna i edukacja. Wroclaw, Poland: Academic Press.
Fleming, T. (2012). Education in Hard Times: The opportunities for adults learning.Paper at Gilson Summer School, Oldcastle (May, 2012).
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Fleming, T. (2012). The self in transformation: What gets transformed in transformative learning? In C.J. Boden & S.M. Kippers (eds.)
Pathways to Transformation: Learning in Relationship (pp. 343-353). Little Rock, AK: Information Age Publishing.
Fleming, T. (2012). Fromm and Habermas: Allies for adult education and democracy. Studies in Philosophy and Education, 32(2), 123-136.
Murphy, M. & Fleming, T. (eds.) (2012). Habermas, Critical Theory and Education Paperback Edition. New York: Routledge.
Fleming, T. (2012). Cinderella or Prince: History and other narratives of adult education in a university. Keynote address at EU Gruntvig Conference New Dynamics of Learning & Aging: Research, Policy and Practice at NUI Maynooth, March 2012. Copy of paper
Fleming, T. (2012). 'Working and linking together in times of change.' Paper read at Link-Up and Learn Community Education Conference, Dodder Valley Partnership, Tallaght, (May 23, 2012).
Fleming, T. (2011). Recognition in the work of Axel Honneth: Implications for Transformative Learning Theory. In M. Alhadeff-Jones & A. Kokkos, (Eds). Transformative Learning in Time of Crisis: Individual and Collective Challenges (pp. 95-101). New York: Teachers College. Click for copyFleming, T. (2011). Learning theory: An overview. In M. London (Ed). Oxford Handbook of Lifelong Learning, (pp. 29-39). New York: Oxford University Press. Link to copy
Fleming, T. (2011). The struggle for recognition in Hegel, Honneth and Higher Education: What non-traditional students say? Paper presented at C.A.V.E Conference on Bildung in the Contemporary University, Trinity College Dublin.
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Finnegan, F., Fleming, T., Kurantowicz, E. & Nizinska, A. (2011). Uczenie się i uznanie: Doświadczenia studentów i badaczy w projekcie RANLHE. Terazniejszosc - Czlowiek - Edukacja, 53(1), 7-19. Click for copy
Fleming, T & Finnegan, F. (2011) Cultural and institutional perspectives on access and retention of non-traditional students in Irish HE: A research report. Click for copy
Fleming, T. & Finnegan, F. (2011). Non-traditional students in Irish higher education: A research report. Available at Click for copy
|Ted Fleming can be contacted at Email: firstname.lastname@example.org