book chapters

Dawson, E. (2022). Social Inclusion. In F. Mairesse (Ed.), Dictionary of Museology. London and Paris: Routledge (English) and Armand Colin (French). DOWNLOAD ENGLISH LANGUAGE PDF and/or DOWNLOAD FRENCH LANGUAGE PDF

Dawson, E. (2022). The Future of Science Communication must be Inclusive. In J. R. Flecha García, (Ed.), White Paper on Inclusive Science Outreach. Madrid, España: Gobierno De España, Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación. DOWNLOAD ENGLISH LANGUAGE PDF and/or DOWNLOAD SPANISH LANGUAGE PDF

Ballo, R., Das, S., Dawson, E., Mignan, V., & Perronnet, C. (2021). “The price we have to be willing to pay is ourselves: Discussing illusions of inclusion in Science Centres and Museums”. In B. Bevan, B. Ramos (Eds.), Theorizing Equity in the Museum Integrating Perspectives from Research and Practice. London and New York: Routledge. DOWNLOAD PDF

Dawson, E. (2016). When Science is Someone Else’s World. In L. Avraamidou & W.-M. Roth (Eds.), Intersections of Formal and Informal Science (pp. 82-92). London and New York: Routledge. DOWNLOAD PDF

Tomei, A., Dillon, J., & Dawson, E. (2014). Chapter 10: United Kingdom. An example of the impact of high stakes accountability regimes on STEM education. In B. Freeman, S. Marginson, & R. Tytler (Eds.), The age of STEM: Educational policy and practice across the world in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (pp. 161-177). London and New York: Routledge. DOWNLOAD PDF

Dawson, E. (2009). On constructing collaborations between engineers, designers and publics. In T. Kerridge, J. Beaver, & S. Pennington (Eds.), Material Beliefs (pp. 132-136 ). London: Goldsmiths University. DOWNLOAD PDF

(The books in the photo are not books I’ve got chapters in 🙂 )