Barrow, Robin (St. Clair)
BARROW, Robin (St. Clair)
BARROW, Robin (St. Clair). British/Canadian, b. 1944. Genres: Classics, Education, History, Philosophy. Career: City of London School for Boys, asst master, 1968-72; University of Leicester, lecturer, 1972-80, reader in education, 1980-85; Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, professor of education, 1982-, dean of education, 1990-2002. Royal Society of Canada, fellow, 1996. Publications: Athenian Democracy, 1973; Moral Philosophy for Education, 1975; (with R.G. Woods), Introduction to Philosophy of Education, 1975; Plato, Utilitarianism, and Education, 1975; Sparta, 1975; Common Sense and the Curriculum, 1976; Greek and Roman Education, 1976; Plato and Education, 1976; Plato: The Apology of Socrates, 1977; Radical Education, 1978; The Canadian Curriculum, 1979; Happiness, 1980; The Philosophy of Schooling, 1981; Injustice, Inequality, and Ethics, 1982; Language and Thought, 1982; Giving Teaching Back to Teachers, 1984; (with G. Milburn) Critical Dictionary of Educational Concepts, 1986; Understanding Skills, 1990; Utilitarianism: A Contemporary Statement, 1991; Language, Intelligence and Thought, 1993; (ed. with P. White) Beyond Liberal Education, 1993. Address: Faculty of Education, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, Canada V5A 1S6.