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CURRICULUM VITAE


Derek Michael Robbins


Date of Birth: 7.10.44


Nationality: British.


Address:

103, Boyne Road,

Lewisham.

London SE13 5AN.


Languages: English; French; some German; some Swedish.


Education ____________________________________________________


1952-1963 Bristol Grammar School.


1963-1966 Clare College, Cambridge (as undergraduate).


1966 BA Hons. English. First Class.


1966-1972 Clare College, Cambridge (as registered research student).


1970 MA (automatically).


1972 PhD

"Literature and Natural Philosophy, 1770-1800. The relation between scientific systems and literary fictions with special reference to Joseph Priestley and S.T. Coleridge."


1972-1975 Part-time student at London School of Economics. Satisfied qualifying requirements for MSc (Sociology) in 1973. Completed dissertation (1975) on the development of sociological theory in relation to race relations at the University of Chicago from 1900 until 1920.


Posts held _____________________________________________________


1967-1969 Supervisor in English Literature at Selwyn and Jesus Colleges, Cambridge.


1969-1972 Tutor at WEA and University of London extra-mural evening classes at Morley College in English Literature.


1970-1973 Lecturer II in English in the Department of Arts and Modern Languages, North East London Polytechnic (NELP).


1973 Lecturer II. Member of the Diploma of Higher Education Development Unit, NELP.


1974-1976 Principal Lecturer and Chairman of Development Board, School for Independent Study (SIS), NELP.


1976-1978 Principal Lecturer and Course Tutor, BA/BSc by Independent Study.


1978-1979 0.8 SIS, Principal Lecturer and Course Tutor, BA/BSc by Independent Study.

0.2 Head of European Unit, International Office, NELP.


1979-1982 0.8 SIS, Principal Lecturer and Head of Research.

0.2 Head of European Unit, International Office, NELP.


1982-1983 Morris Ginsberg Fellow in Sociology at the London School of Economics on secondment from NELP.


1983-1984 Principal Lecturer, Head of Research and Development, SIS, NELP.


1984-1987 Principal Lecturer, Head of Research and Development, and Course Tutor for MA/MSc and Post-graduate Diploma by Independent Study, SIS, NELP.


1987-1988 Principal Lecturer and Head of Research in SIS and Tutor for Assessment for the MA/MSc and Post-graduate Diploma by Independent Study.


1988-1990 Reader, School for Independent Study, NELP (now the Polytechnic of East London - PEL).

Head of Group for Research into Access and Student Programmes (GRASP).

Research Degrees Adviser, SIS.


1990-1991 Reader, School for Independent Study, PEL.

Head of Group for Research into Access and Student Programmes (GRASP).

Research Degree Adviser, SIS

Chair of Research Committee, School of Inter-disciplinary Studies.


(from 1.1.91) Temporary Course Tutor, MA/MSc and Post-graduate Diploma by Independent Study.

0.2 Local Evaluator for the PEL Enterprise in Higher Education initiative.


1991-1993 Reader, Co-ordinating Unit for Independent Study, PEL.

Head of Group for Research into Access and Student Programmes (GRASP).

Course Tutor, MA/MSc/Post-graduate Diploma by Independent Study.

0.2 Local Evaluator for the PEL Enterprise in Higher Education initiative.


1993-1994 Reader, Social Sciences Units, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of East London.

Head of Group for Research into Access and Student Programmes (GRASP).

Course Tutor, PGdiploma/MA by Independent Study in the field of the Social Sciences.

0.2 Local Evaluator for the UEL Enterprise in Higher Education initiative.


1994-7 Reader, Department of Combined Social Sciences, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of East London.

Head of Group for Research into access and student Programmes (GRASP).

Course tutor, PGdiploma/MA by Independent study in the field of the Social Sciences.


1997-2001 Head, Department of Combined Social Sciences - re-named 21.1.98 the Department of Social Politics, Languages and Linguistics.


  1. Professor of International Social Theory, School of Social Sciences.


2001- 4 Visiting Fellow, Institute of Romance Studies, University of London.


  1. Director, Group for the Study of International Social Science, School of Social Sciences, University of East London.

2004- School of Social Sciences merged with the School of Cultural and Innovation Studies to become the School of Social Sciences, Media and Cultural Studies. (SSMACS)

    1. PhD co-ordinator and chair of Research Degrees Committee (SSMACS)


2009- SSMACS renamed the School of Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS)


2009-10 Directeur associé at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, in Paris at the invitation of Jean-Louis Fabiani and in Marseille at the invitation of Emmanuel Pedler.


2010, Feb 28. Retired from full-time employment.


2010, March 7 Began 0.5 contract.


2010, May in collaboration with Tim Jenkins, ran an ESRC National Centre for Research Methods workshop on ‘The epistemology of the social sciences’.


Other experience __________________________________________________


1968-1972 Chief examiner in English for the Chartered Institute of Secretaries and Professional Administrators.


1973-1977 Examiner. University of London. BA General. English Literature.


1973 Rapporteur for CNAA-sponsored Communications Studies conference.


1975 Paper on Independent Study and Interdisciplinarity to a SRHE conference.


1975-1976 Chairman, Polytechnic Adult Education Working Party.


1975-1977 Member, executive committee of the Association of Colleges Implementing the DipHE (ACID).


1977 In receipt of a West European Research Grant, jointly sponsored by the British Academy and the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, to work in the Bureau des Archives Départementales de l'Isère at Grenoble on the Ecole des Cadres à Uriage (1940-1944).


1981 Paper on the development of the DipHE as a case-study of innovation in the UK higher education system to the annual conference of the SRHE.


1981-1991 Member, Polytechnic Research Committee.


1982 In receipt of a Research Grant, jointly sponsored by the British Academy and the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, to work in the Bureau des Archives Départementales de l'Isère at Grenoble and in the offices of the Rectorat of the University of Grenoble, on the University of Grenoble and its relations with the State (1940-1944).


1984 Paper on "French Sociology, 1940-1944" to a conference on "Vichy France and the Resistance: Ideology and Culture" held at the University of Sussex.


1986-1987

(for a period

of 6 weeks) In receipt of a grant funded by the Economic and Social Research Council and the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique under the Joint Exchange Scheme for Social Scientists to undertake research and to establish contacts to enable me to 'assess the contribution to higher education research made by Pierre Bourdieu'.


1986, Apr Paper on Independent Study to post-graduate students in the Centre d'Etude des Politiques d'Education, Département de Sciences de l'Education, Université de Paris VIII (Vincennes à St Denis).


1988, Feb Paper to the staff seminar of the Department of Sociology, NELP: "De-constructing Bourdieu's 'Reproduction'".


1988-present Member of the Polytechnic/University Research Degrees Committee.


1989, Feb Paper to the staff seminar of SIS, NELP: "The analysis of academic man: a comparison between Halsey & Trow's "The British Academics" and Bourdieu's "Homo Academicus".


1989, Aug Paper to the Annual Conference of EAIR held at the University of Trier: "Analysing student experience: independent study as case-study".


1990, Nov Paper to a seminar on "Les institutions de formation des cadres dirigeants. Etude comparée" held at the Maison des Sciences de l'Homme and the Fondation Hugot du Collège de France, Paris.


1991, June Public Lecture at the Polytechnic of East London on "The Rise of Independent Study and the Work of Pierre Bourdieu".


1992, Feb Paper to a second seminar on "Les institutions de formation des cadres dirigeants. Etude comparée" held at the Maison Suger, Paris.


1992, Oct Paper to the London Intercollegiate Anthropology Seminar: "Social anthropology and pedagogic practice: the implications of the work of Pierre Bourdieu".


1993, May Introductory paper: "What are Key Concepts?" for Faculty Research seminar on "Exchange", Faculty of Social Sciences, UEL.


1993, June Paper to a seminar held at the Frankreich-Zentrum at the University of Freiburg: "Le savoir trans-national dans le champ de l'histoire".


1993, June Paper to a seminar held in the Centre for Higher Education Studies, Institute of Education, University of London: "Popular higher education: a contradiction in terms".


1993, Sept Paper to a colloque: "Les élites: formation, reconversion et internationalisation" held at the Institute of Education, Stockholm: "Business Studies The Market of Institutions and the Labour Market. An English case-study."


1993, Oct Invited research visit to the Centre de Sociologie de l'Education et de Culture, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales/Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, Paris.


1993, Nov "Citizenship and Nationhood in Britain: some reflections on Brubaker's study of France and Germany." Paper to the New Ethnicities Unit, University of East London.


1993, Nov Invited intervention at Higher Education Foundation and Public Management Office Study Day on "The Changing Student Experience."


1993 External member of Review Panel for the introduction of a BA by Independent Study at Manchester Metropolitan University.


1993/4 External member of Review Panel for the introduction of an MA by Research at Manchester Metropolitan University, Crewe and Alsager Faculty.


1993 - Review Editor, "European Up-date", University of East London.


1993/4 Member, Commissioning Panel for the ESRC "Learning Society" Research Programme.


1993/4 External examiner, University of Kent, Postgraduate diploma in Technology-based Work Skills.


1994 Examiner for PhD at UEL.


1994, June attendance at ESRC conference, Kenilworth.


1994, July invited research visit to the Collège de France and the Ecole des Hautes Etudes, Paris.


1995, Jan. Paper (with Ben Jay) to the Annual Conference of the Social History Society: "The Socio-Analysis of Pierre Bourdieu and the structure of History Teaching in UK Higher Education."


1995, Jan - Chief External Examiner to the MA by Research, Crewe & Alsager Faculty, Manchester Metropolitan University.


1995, Feb. Paper to a conference organised by the University of London, School of Advanced Study, Institute of Romance studies, on "Pierre Bourdieu. Interdisciplinary critical perspectives". Paper entitled: "The International Transmission of Ideas; Bourdieu's Theory and the reception of his Ideas in the U.K. as a Test-Case."


1995, April - In receipt of European Commission funding for the introduction of a Jean Monnet European module (95/0365) entitled: Patterns of Intellectual Integration in Europe.


1995, May. Paper to the Raymond Williams Memorial Trust Annual Conference - "Thinking About Limits" - University of Glamorgan. Title of Paper: "Two analysts of culture: Pierre Bourdieu and Raymond Williams. A cross-cultural comparison."


1995, Sept. Paper to a symposium of the European Conference on Educational Research at the University of Bath. Title of Paper: "The need for an epistemological 'break'. Bourdieu and Pedagogic Research."


1995, Nov. Paper to the Philosophical Society, Crewe + Alsager Faculty, Manchester Metropolitan University, entitled: "Bernard, Bachelard, and Bourdieu - an epistemological tradition and its implications for analysis in the arts and social sciences."


1996, Jan. Lecture in the UEL Continuing Education Programme entitled: "Everyday Knowledge and Academic Discourse."


1996 - Faculty representative on UEL's European Policy Group.


1996-9 In receipt of Jean Monnet funding for the introduction of an undergraduate module on European integration.


1996, March Paper to the Centre for Institutional Studies, UEL, entitled: "Alternative forms of anti-positivism: the work of Karl Popper and Gaston Bachelard."


1996, April-May Series of six seminars entitled "Different Ways of Thinking About Society in Europe" given in the Faculty of Social Sciences, UEL.

1996, May Paper to a staff seminar of the Department of Social Studies, the University of Luton, entitled "Bourdieu's Key Concepts".


1996, May Paper to a staff seminar of the Department of Human Relations, UEL, entitled "Bourdieu and social science journalism: making a critical selection from his Actes de la recherche en sciences sociales."


1997, Jan. Invited presentation to the 2nd co-ordinating meeting of projects funded under the ESRC's Learning Society initiative. Paper entitled: "Triangulation within the Programme". (Rodney Lodge, Bristol).


1997, April Keynote address entitled "Bourdieu on Language and Education: conjunction or parallel development?" to a conference organised by the University of Southampton entitled Bourdieu, Language and Education.


1997, May Paper to the UEL student Anthropology Society entitled: "Kant, Foucault, and Anthropology".


1997, June Paper in the staff research seminar series, Department of Sociology, UEL, entitled: "Some themes in Bourdieu's work since 1990".


1997, Sept. Paper to a conference held at the University of Glasgow on Pierre Bourdieu's Cultural Theory. Paper entitled: "The English intellectual field in the 1790s and the creative project of Samuel Taylor Coleridge: an application of Bourdieu's cultural analysis."


1997, Dec. Paper to a conference organised by the Lothian Foundation entitled: "A British leadership for a federal Europe? Reflections on the coming British presidency of the European Union". Paper entitled: "European Higher Education: the British Contribution."

1998, March Paper to a postgraduate seminar, Crewe & Alsager Faculty, Manchester Metropolitan University, on "Bourdieu's Outline of a Theory of Practice".


1999, June Paper on "Burke and Bristol re-visited" to a conference on "Political Representation" organised by the Department of Social Politics, Languages and Linguistics at Duncan House, UEL.


1999, December Paper given to the Graduate Centre, School of Education, University of Bristol, entitled: "Bourdieu's three modes of theoretical knowledge".


2000.April. Paper given to a staff and graduate student seminar, Faculty of Social Sciences, Brunel University, entitled: "For (and against) a socio-genetic understanding of (Bourdieu's) intellectual works".


2000,October Organised a conference on "Bourdieu in the 21st century" held at the Docklands campus, University of East London. One session of the conference was a public discussion of my Bourdieu and Culture between myself and Bridget Fowler.


2001. Selected as the UEL nomination for a National Teaching and Learning Fellowship.


2001, August Paper to the 5th Conference of the European Sociological Association held in Helsinki: "Bourdieu's philosophy of social science and the cross-cultural transfer of social science concepts.". Participant, with Niilo Kauppi, in a 'meet the author' session on our books on Bourdieu.


2001, November Paper on "Lévy-Bruhl's representation of Comte" given at a seminar organised by the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology and the Maison Française, University of Oxford.


2002-3 In receipt of a grant from the British Academy/CNRS joint projects scheme to support project on "Lévy-Bruhl between France and Great Britain: the transnational transmission of his work", in collaboration with professor Dominique Merllié.


2002, March Invited attendance at a symposium organized by the European Commission on Intercultural Dialogue.


2002, March co-convenor of a session on Bourdieu at the annual British Sociological Conference at Leicester.


2002, April Inaugural Lecture: "Finding 'reasons for maxims': social science and international relations."


2002, June paper: "Some remarks on modernism and postmodernism in the work of Bourdieu" to a seminar on "Bourdieu- the legacy" organized by the Sociology Section of the School of Educational Foundations and Policy Studies of the Institute of Education, London. Available on the Institute of Education web-site: http://ioewebserver.ioe.ac.uk/ioe/cms/get.asp?cid=4551&4551-0=5125


2002-4 In collaboration with Dominique Merllié of the University of Paris VIII and the Centre de Sociologie Européenne, E.H.E.S.S, Paris, on a study of the transnational reception of the work of Lucien Lévy-Bruhl (funded with a British Academy/CNRS grant).


2002, September paper: "Georges Davy's representation of Lucien Lévy-Bruhl" to the first seminar of the Franco-British project :"Lévy-Bruhl between France and Great Britain" at the Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, Paris.


2002, November attended day conference on "Travailler avec Bourdieu" at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris.


2002, November paper: "Some notes on the English translations and English reception of Lévy-Bruhl's work during his lifetime." To the second seminar of the Franco-British project: "Lévy-Bruhl between France and Great Britain" at the Docklands campus, University of East London, London.


2003, Jan paper: "L'échange intellectuelle anglo-française pendant les années 1965 à 1980" to the colloque international: Sciences sociales et réflexivité. Hommage à Pierre Bourdieu, Paris.


2003, Feb Paper: "The transnational mutations of acculturation theory: the production and reception of Bourdieu's sociologie de l'Algérie (1958)" to a combined seminar of the Group for the Study of International Social Science and the Anthropology Group in the School of Social Sciences, UEL.


2003, Feb Paper: "Durkheim through the eyes of Bourdieu" to a seminar of the Centre for Durkheimian Studies at the Maison Française, Oxford.


2003, June Keynote address: “Texts, contexts, pretexts and science” to a conference on “Social Science Beyond Bourdieu” held at the Docklands campus, University of East London.


2003, September Paper: “Quelques remarques sur Lévy-Bruhl, Husserl et Levinas” for the third seminar of the Franco-British project: “Lévy-Bruhl between France and Great Britain”, Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Paris.


2003, Nov Paper: “Lévy-Bruhl, Robin Horton and modes of thought” for the fourth seminar of the Franco-British project: “Lévy-Bruhl between France and Great Britain”, held in the Senate House, University of London.


2003, Nov Talk: “Bourdieu and Educational Research” to Doctorate in Education, Weekend School, University of Greenwich.


2004, Jan Paper “The origin, development and status of Bourdieu’s concept of ‘cultural capital” for a symposium on “Cultural Capital and Social Exclusion” held at St. Hugh’s College, Oxford.


2004, February “Revisiting the work of Pierre Bourdieu (1930-2002) on education, art and power” - contribution to The Treason of Images. Teaching Modern Art, conference at Tate Modern, London


2004, April paper: “Kant, Cassirer, et Bourdieu” to a conference on “Kant et la France” held at the Université de Bourgogne, Dijon.


2004, June paper: “Foucault’s unpublished thesis of 1961 on Kant’s ‘Anthropology from a Pragmatic Point of View’ (1797)” for a Work in Progress Seminar, Institute of Romance Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London.


2004, June paper: “The contemporary relevance of Bourdieu’s research on student experience” for a joint BERA/SRHE seminar.


2004, Nov. 1 paper: “A narrative of response” to a Research Seminar of the Centre for Narrative Research, University of East London.


2004, Nov. 3 “Bourdieu’s Critical Practice” in discussion with Robert J.C. Young, chaired by Lisa Le Feuvre, on the occasion of the exhibition – Pierre Bourdieu in Algeria: Testimonies of Uprooting – at The Photographers’ Gallery, London, Oct 14 – Nov. 28.


2004, Dec paper: “Sociology and Philosophy in France, 1945-1967 – perspectives on Bourdieu & Passeron’s ‘Sociology and Philosophy in France since 1945’, 1967” for a Research Symposium – “Philosophical Investigations” of the School of Social Sciences, Media and Cultural Studies, University of East London.


2005, Feb “Marcel Mauss: ‘On Prayer’. Some initial notes” for a day conference on Marcel Mauss’s “On Prayer” organized within the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) of the University of Cambridge


2005, October paper: “Kant et les Lumières anglaises” for a colloque of the Société d’Etudes Kantiennes de Langue Française in Naples entitled: ‘Kant et l’Europe des Lumières’.


2006, May Keynote speech: “The Conflict of the Faculties” to “Contexts, Fields, Positions: Situating Cultural Research”. A postgraduate conference at the University of East London, sponsored by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.


2006-7: Co-organizer (with Nirmal Puwar and Azzedine Haddour) of ESRC Research Seminar Series entitled: “Thinking with ‘Pierre Bourdieu in Algeria: Testimonies of Uprooting’”


2006, Nov Research seminar, SSMaCS on On Bourdieu, education, and society. – discussants: Maria Tamboukou and John Myles. Chair: Jeremy Gilbert.


2007, Jan “Bourdieu: a ‘judgement of history’”. Participant in discussion with contributors to Theory, Culture and Society special number on Bourdieu [TCS, 23 (6)]


2007, Jan presentation: “Bourdieu’s sociology of education and the problem of relevance”, to CREATE, School of Education, UEL.


2007, March presentation: “Indigenous culture and Symbolic Violence” to a conference held by the Special Research Group “Cultures of the Performative”, Focus: “Subject – Embodiment – Power” at Freie Universität Berlin..


2007, March presentation: “Some notes on the French reception of the work of Husserl” to the 2nd ESRC seminar: “Pierre Bourdieu in Algeria: Testimonies of Uprooting”, University of East London.


2007, April paper to the Annual conference of the British Sociological Association, Social Connections, Technologies and Relationships: “Conceptual transfer in social science and politics: an examination of the thinking of Pierre Bourdieu, 1985-1995.”


2007, May presentation: “Religion and Cultural Politics” to the 3rd ESRC seminar: Pierre Bourdieu in Algeria: Testimonies of Uprooting”, University College, London.


2007/8 In receipt of ESRC Research Grant: “The work of Jean-Claude Passeron, 1960-present: a case-study analysis of the development of a philosophy of social science” (Ref: RES-000-22-2494)


2007/8 In receipt of British Academy/Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Paris funding (one month) for: “The Institutionalisation of French social science, 1960-1980: the development of the Centre de Sociologie Européenne as a case study.”


July, 2008 Paper to BSA Social Theory Study Group Conference, 1968. Impact and Implications, Birkbeck Institute, University of London: “The Centre de sociologie européenne, Paris: social theory and politics”


October, 2008 Keynote address to international conference on Durkheim (“In search of solidarity; 150 years after the birth of Emile Durkheim) to be held in Oxford, October 10-12, 2008: “From solidarity to social inclusion: the political transformations of Durkheimianism”


December, 2008 Paper to journée d’études, SHADyC, EHESS, Marseille: “From Le savant et le politique (Weber, int. Aron, 1959) to Le savant et le populaire (1989) from an English perspective.” http://shadyc.ehess.fr/document.php?id=623


Oct/Nov, 2009 papers on “Comparative epistemology of social science: historical and trans-national case-studies” in the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences sociales, Paris.


December, 2009. Plenary lecture on “Habitus, Capital and Education” to “Beyond Bourdieu – Habitus, Capital & Social Stratification”, conference organised by the Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen.


April, 2010 papers on “Comparative epistemology of social science: historical and trans-national case-studies” in the Centre Norbert Elias, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Marseille. [as above for Paris, Oct/Nov, 2009, but second paper, and discussion with Passeron, was recorded and a transcript is pending]

May, 2010 papers on ‘The epistemology of the social sciences’ for ESRC, NCRM workshop. [Opening paper (unwritten) was recorded and a transcript is pending]


April, 2011 paper accepted for 25th annual British Association of South Asian Studies (BASAS) conference: “Culture and Politics. Reading Bourdieu in a Triple Context”


May, 2011 paper to the UEL Cass School of Education research seminar: “Social and Cultural Reproduction re-considered”


September, 2011. Paper: “From theory of sociological knowledge to theory of practice” to BSA/UEL/UoB/QUB postgraduate workshop at the University of Bristol on Bourdieu’s Key concepts.


October, 2011. Panel member for discussion at “Future Universities” workshop at Friends Meeting House, London, co-sponsored by THE, UEL, and Campaign for the Social Sciences.

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