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Ross, H. (1993). China Learns English: Language Teaching and Social Change in the People's Republic. New Haven: Yale University Press.

 

 


Liu, J., Ross, H., and Kelly, D. (Eds.). (2000). The Ethnographic Eye: Interpretive Studies of Education in China. New York: Falmer Press.



Bjork, C., Johnston, D. K. and Ross, H. (Eds.). (2007).
Taking Teaching Seriously: How Liberal Arts Colleges Prepare Teachers
to Meet Today's Educational Challenges in Schools. 

Boulder, CO.: Paradigm Publishers.


I am continuing to serve as Encyclopedia of China, Berkshire Publishing, editorial advisory board member - review chapters, select authors.

 

 

Ross, H. and Cen, Y. 2009. St. John’s University. Berkshire Encyclopedia of China. Berkshire Publishing.  Group, 2093-2095.

Ross, H. and Cen, Y. 2009. Fudan University. Berkshire Encyclopedia of China. Berkshire Publishing Group,  876- 877.


 

Greenwood Encyclopedia of Children's Issues Worldwide, Asia/Oceania, advisory board member, 2005-2008.

Ross, H. et. al. 2007. “Childhood—China.” In Irving Epstein (Ed.) The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Children's Issues Worldwide, 99-122.

 

Ross, H. and Lou, J. 2009. Education in Rural Areas.  Encyclopedia of Modern China. Detroit: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 473-476.


•Ross, H. and Y. Cen. 2009. (guest editors) “Chinese Higher Education and Evaluation in Context.” Chinese Education and Society. (January-February) 42:1.
•Lou, J. and H. Ross. 2008. (guest editors) “The Road to Free Compulsory Education in China: Policy Formation and   Implementation.” Chinese Education and Society. (January-February) 41:1. 
•Zhang, R. and H. Ross. 2006. (guest editors) “The Changing Landscape of Rule of Law and Students’ Rights in China (II).” Chinese Education and Society. (July-August) 39:4.
•Ross, H. and R. Zhang. 2006. (guest editors) “The Changing Landscape of Rule of Law and Students’ Rights in China,” Chinese Education and Society, (May-June) 39:3.
•Lin, J. and H. Ross 2004. (guest editors) "Environmental
Education in China, Part II: Theories and Practices in 
Environmental Education." Chinese Education and Society (July-August) 37:4.
•Lin, J. and H. Ross 2004. (guest editors). "Environmental Education in China, Part I: "Environmental Crises, Governmental Policies, and 'Green Schools' in China." Chinese Education and Society  (May/June) 37:3.
•Ross, H. and J. Shi. 2003. (guest editors). “Entering the Gendered World of Teaching Materials, Part II, Chinese Education and Society (May-June) 36:3.
•Shi J. and Ross, H. 2002. (guest editors). “Entering the Gendered World of Teaching Materials, Part I.” Chinese Education and Society (Sept-Oct) 35:5.
•Ross, H. and Lin, J. 2001. (guest editors). “Educating Girls in a Different Way: Teaching and Learning in Chinese Girls’ Schools.” Chinese Education and Society (Jan-Feb) 34:1.
• Lin, J. and Ross, H. 2000. (guest editors). “Chinese Women Past and Present: Transformation and Resistance in Sociocultural and Educational Values.” Chinese Education and Society (Nov-Dec) 33:5.

 


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