Peter Mayo Net Worth is
Peter Mayo Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Peter Mayo (born 1955) is Professor, Department of Education Studies (was Head 2008-2012), Faculty of Education, University of Malta, Malta. He is also a member of the Collegio Docenti for the doctoral research programme in Educational Sciences and Continuing Education at the Universita`degli Studi di Verona. He teaches in the areas of sociology of education and adult continuing education, as well as in comparative and international education and sociology in general. Among his major contributions is a comparative analysis of Paulo Freire's and Antonio Gramsci's educational thinking, about which he has carried out workshops or delivered seminars (with colleagues) in Milan, Rome, Bologna, Hamburg,Vienna and Berlin.An invited keynote speaker at international conferences, he has held short-term visiting professorial appointments at the University of Alberta, University of Cyprus, Bogazici University (Istanbul) and UBC-Vancouver('Noted Scholar' in Residence). He has conducted graduate, public, academic staff or other seminars at several universities including those of Mainz (block seminars), Hamburg, Frankfurt, Toronto (OISE), Rotterdam (International Institute of Social Studies at Den Haag), Glasgow (CRADALL Seminar), London (Institute of Education; Goldsmiths College), Nottingham (CSSGJ seminar), Verona (doctoral seminars), Udine, Naples Federico II, the Algarve, Seville, Bogazici, Tampere, and Messina (both teleconferencing), Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (Belo Horizonte), Universidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro as well as the American University in Cairo. He was the President of the Mediterranean Society of Comparative Education (MESCE) 2008-2010, edits a book series on ‘international issues in adult education’ for Sense Publishers and co-edits another book series (with Anne Hickling Hudson and Antonia Darder), on Postcolonial Studies in Education, for Palgrave-Macmillan.His internationally acknowledged work includes over 80 papers published in international refereed journals or as chapters in edited books. In 2011 he was given the Comparative International Education Society Higher Education SIG award for best published research article on Higher Education from an international and comparative perspective. He sits on the Editorial Advisory Boards of several international journals including International Journal of Lifelong Education (Taylor & Francis), Journal of Transformative Education (Sage), Policy Futures in Education (Symposium), Encylopaideia (ClueB, Bologna) and Educational Philosophy and Theory (Wiley-Blackwell). He recently guest edited a special issue of Comparative Education (Routledge, 2008) and was also guest editor of a special issue of Educational Philosophy and Theory (Wiley-Blackwell, 2009).
|Date Of Birth||October 9, 1962|
|Place Of Birth||Auckland, New Zealand|
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|Taggart||1990||TV Series assistant camera - 1 episode|