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Awards and Honours
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Winner of the third place for the book Education and the Public Sphere in
the poll for IMPULS Publishing House Best Book of Education 2010/2011

American Educational Studies Association (AESA) Critics' Choice Award for The University in Chains: Confronting the Military-Industrial-Academic Complex, November 2008.

Honorary Doctor of Letters Degree presented by Memorial University in St. John's, Newfoundlandan, on Thursday, May 26 2005.

McMaster faculty honored by peers, April 14, 2005.

Global Television Network Chair in Communication Studies at McMaster University 2005.

Barstow Visiting Scholar Award for 2003 at Saginaw Valley State University.

Named as one of the top fifty educational thinkers of the modern period in Fifty Modern Thinkers on Education: From Piaget to the Present as part of Routledge’s ey Guides Publication Series (2002)

Presented by the Association of Teachers of Advanced Composition at the Conference on College Composition and Communication Chicago in March 2002.

James L. Kinneavy Award for the most outstanding article published in JAC in 2001.

Hooker Distinguished Visiting Professorship Award for 2001 at McMaster University
(Canada).

Winner of a Getty Research Institute Visiting Scholar Award for May-June, 2000.

Distinguished Visiting Lecturer in Art Education
The School of the Art Institute in Chicago
July-August 1998, 1999

Selected to the Laureate Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi
January 1998

Fugitive Cultures named by the American Educational Studies Association as a 1996
AESA Critics' Choice Award.

Living Dangerously: Multiculturism and the Politics of Culture
named as the "Outstanding Book on the Subject of Human Rights in North America" by Gustavus Myers Center for the Study of Human Rights, December 10, 1995.

Tokyo Metropolitan University Fellowship for Research
August 1995

Distinguished Visiting Asa S. Knowles Chair Professorship, Northeastern University,
June-August 1995.

Visiting Professor, Graduate Summer Institute on Language, Culture, and Schooling,
McGill University, July 1994.

The Marshall Fishwick Award for the Best Article on Popular Culture for 1993.
Awarded by The Popular Culture Association at Bowling Green University.

Waterbury Chair in Secondary Education
Endowed Professorship at Pennsylvania State University, 1992 to 2004.

Visiting Distinguished Professor, University of San Francisco, July-August, 1990.

Schooling and the Struggle for Public Life named by the American Educational
Studies Association as one of the most significant books in education for the year
1989.

Teachers as Intellectuals named by the American Educational Studies Association as one of the most significant books in education for the year 1988.

Visiting Distinguished Professor Award for 1987-1988, Granted by Chancellor and Board of Trustees at University of Missouri at Kansas City.

Distinguished Scholar Award 1984-1986, School of Education and Allied Professions, Miami University (Ohio).

Education Under Siege (with Stanley Aronowitz) named by the American Educational Studies Association as one of the most significant books in education for the year 1986.

Renowned Scholar Award 1986-1988, School of Education and Allied Professions, Miami University (Ohio).

Junior Faculty Research Award, 1984-1985.
School of Education and Allied Professions, Miami University.

Theory and Resistance in Education named by the American Educational Studies
Association as one of the most significant books in education for the year 1984.

Ideology, Culture and the Process of Schooling named by the American Educational
Studies Association as one of the most significant books in education for 1982.