Dr Robert Hamilton

  • Honorary Senior Lecturer, Honorary Senior Lecturer (External Relations)

email: Robert.Hamilton@glasgow.ac.uk

R404 Level 4, Social Justice Place Lifelong Ed, St Andrew's Building, Glasgow G3 6NH

Publications

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Jump to: 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2014 | 2013 | 2011 | 2010 | 2008 | 2006 | 2003 | 2001
Number of items: 14.

2018

Hamilton, R. (2018) An idea unleashed in history: Dr Martin Luther King Jr and the campaign to end poverty in America. Espacio, Tiempo y Educación, 5(1), pp. 13-40. (doi: 10.14516/ete.188)

2017

Hamilton, R. (2017) Researching and transforming adult learning and communities. Studies in the Education of Adults, 49(1), pp. 126-127. (doi: 10.1080/02660830.2017.1283860)[Book Review]

2016

Hamilton, R. (2016) The mule train: adult learning and the Poor People’s Campaign 1968. Studies in the Education of Adults, 48(1), pp. 38-64.

2014

Hamilton, R., Osborne, M. and Tibbitt, J. (2014) Profiling regional engagement in higher education: challenges and opportunities. In: Hinzen, H. and Knoll, J.H. (eds.) Lifelong Learning and Governance: From Programming to Action-Selected Experiences from Asia and Europe. DVV International: Vientiane, pp. 107-138.

2013

Hamilton, R. (2013) Did the dream end there? Adult education and Resurrection City 1968. Studies in the Education of Adults, 45(1), pp. 4-26.

Hamilton, R., Osborne, M. and Tibbitt, J. (2013) Profiling regional engagement and lifelong learning in higher education: closing the engagement gap. Bildung und Erziehung, 66(4), pp. 437-452.

2011

Hamilton, R. and Jordan, L. (2011) Learning cities: the United Kingdom experience. In: Kearns, P., Kling, S. and Wistman, C. (eds.) Heritage, Regional Development and Social Cohesion. Jamtli, pp. 193-228.

2010

Hamilton, R. and Jordan, L. (2010) Heritage and social inclusion in development of cultural capital: preliminary findings from the Eurolocal project. In: 8th Pascal Observatory International Conference, Ostersund, Sweden, 22-24 June 2010,

Park, M. and Hamilton, R. (2010) Moral treatment of the insane: provisions for lifelong learning, cultural engagement and creativity in 19th century asylums. Journal of Adult and Continuing Education, 16(2), pp. 100-113.

2008

Hamilton, R. and Mackenzie, A. (2008) Students' Perceptions of Training in Counselling Skills: Personal, Work and Study Outcomes. Scottish Educational Review, 40(1), pp. 66-82.

Hamilton, R. (2008) Social settlement houses: the educated women of Glasgow and Chicago. In: Gutzke, D.W. (ed.) Britain and Transnational Progressivism. Palgrave Macmillan: New York, NY, USA, pp. 185-214. ISBN 9780230605800

2006

Hamilton, R. and Turner, R. (2006) Hegel in Glasgow: idealists and the emergence of adult education in the west of Scotland 1866-1927. Studies in the Education of Adults, 38(2), pp. 195-209.

2003

Hamilton, R. and Hammond, K. (2003) Adult Education, education, social exclusion and civics. The Pre-Access Project and community well-being. Practical Philosophy, 2(6), 24 - 30.

2001

Hamilton, R. (2001) A hidden heritage: the social settlement house movement 1884-1910. Journal of Community Work and Development, 2, pp. 9-22.

This list was generated on Tue May 17 14:34:44 2022 BST.
Number of items: 14.

Articles

Hamilton, R. (2018) An idea unleashed in history: Dr Martin Luther King Jr and the campaign to end poverty in America. Espacio, Tiempo y Educación, 5(1), pp. 13-40. (doi: 10.14516/ete.188)

Hamilton, R. (2016) The mule train: adult learning and the Poor People’s Campaign 1968. Studies in the Education of Adults, 48(1), pp. 38-64.

Hamilton, R. (2013) Did the dream end there? Adult education and Resurrection City 1968. Studies in the Education of Adults, 45(1), pp. 4-26.

Hamilton, R., Osborne, M. and Tibbitt, J. (2013) Profiling regional engagement and lifelong learning in higher education: closing the engagement gap. Bildung und Erziehung, 66(4), pp. 437-452.

Park, M. and Hamilton, R. (2010) Moral treatment of the insane: provisions for lifelong learning, cultural engagement and creativity in 19th century asylums. Journal of Adult and Continuing Education, 16(2), pp. 100-113.

Hamilton, R. and Mackenzie, A. (2008) Students' Perceptions of Training in Counselling Skills: Personal, Work and Study Outcomes. Scottish Educational Review, 40(1), pp. 66-82.

Hamilton, R. and Turner, R. (2006) Hegel in Glasgow: idealists and the emergence of adult education in the west of Scotland 1866-1927. Studies in the Education of Adults, 38(2), pp. 195-209.

Hamilton, R. and Hammond, K. (2003) Adult Education, education, social exclusion and civics. The Pre-Access Project and community well-being. Practical Philosophy, 2(6), 24 - 30.

Hamilton, R. (2001) A hidden heritage: the social settlement house movement 1884-1910. Journal of Community Work and Development, 2, pp. 9-22.

Book Sections

Hamilton, R., Osborne, M. and Tibbitt, J. (2014) Profiling regional engagement in higher education: challenges and opportunities. In: Hinzen, H. and Knoll, J.H. (eds.) Lifelong Learning and Governance: From Programming to Action-Selected Experiences from Asia and Europe. DVV International: Vientiane, pp. 107-138.

Hamilton, R. and Jordan, L. (2011) Learning cities: the United Kingdom experience. In: Kearns, P., Kling, S. and Wistman, C. (eds.) Heritage, Regional Development and Social Cohesion. Jamtli, pp. 193-228.

Hamilton, R. (2008) Social settlement houses: the educated women of Glasgow and Chicago. In: Gutzke, D.W. (ed.) Britain and Transnational Progressivism. Palgrave Macmillan: New York, NY, USA, pp. 185-214. ISBN 9780230605800

Book Reviews

Hamilton, R. (2017) Researching and transforming adult learning and communities. Studies in the Education of Adults, 49(1), pp. 126-127. (doi: 10.1080/02660830.2017.1283860)[Book Review]

Conference Proceedings

Hamilton, R. and Jordan, L. (2010) Heritage and social inclusion in development of cultural capital: preliminary findings from the Eurolocal project. In: 8th Pascal Observatory International Conference, Ostersund, Sweden, 22-24 June 2010,

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