Άρης Ζμας ΠΤΔΕ ΑΠΘ

Zmas Aristotelis

Assistant Professor

Department of Pedagogy & Social Exclusion
Comparative Pedagogy

 Office 708

 Thursday 15:00 – 18:00

 +30 2310 991241

 zmas@eled.auth.gr

Aristotelis Zmas is currently Assistant Professor in “Comparative Education” at the School of Primary Education at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

He has graduated from same University (School of Philosophy, Education and Psychology) and has an MA and a PhD from the University of Bonn (Institute of Education).

He has previously worked as an Assistant Professor at the European University Cyprus and as a freelance lecturer at various Universities in Greece and Cyprus.

His expertise and interests include comparative education, international education, educational governance, and European educational policy. He has worked on a number of European research projects focusing on educational governance and management.

  • Zmas, A. (2020). Hybridity in higher education: oscillating between public and private sectors. European Education, 52(2), 117-131.
  • Zmas, A. & Theodorou, E. (2018). Problematizing otherness in comparative and intercultural education: challenges and possibilities. In: P. Calogiannakis, T. H. Chiang, J. Spiridakis & Th. Babalis (Eds.). Interculturalism in the 21st century: prospects and challenges ( 109-126). Nicosia: HM Studies and Publishing.
  • Zmas, A. (2015). Financial crisis and higher education policies in Greece: between intra- and supranational pressures. Higher Education, 69(3), 495-508.
  • Zmas, A. (2015). Global impacts of the Bologna Process: international perspectives, local Particularities. Compare: a Journal of Comparative and International Education, 45(5), 727-747.
  • Zmas, A. (2012). The transformation of European educational discourse in the Balkans. European Journal of Education, 47(3), 364-378.
  • Zmas, A. & Pantazis, V. (2011). Hochschulrankings und Qualitätsmessung. Das Hochschulwesen, 59(3), 83-89.
  • Zmas, A. & Govaris, C. (2011). „Entspannter Verlierer“? Die griechische Auseinandersetzung mit PISA. Pädagogische Rundschau, 64(1), 25-32.
  • Zmas, A. (2010). Immigration Policies and Educational Inequality: a Comparative Perspective. In: C. Govaris & V. Kaldi (Eds.). The educational challenge of diversity in the international context ( 135-151). Münster: Waxmann.
  • Zmas, A. & Sipitanou, A. (2009). Inequalities in lifelong learning and adult university education policies. Journal of Adult and Continuing Education, 15(1), 121-133.
  • Zmas, A. (2008). Europäische Union und Neuordnung nationaler Bildungspolitik: der griechische Fall. Pädagogische Rundschau, 62(6), 605-615.
  • Ζmas, Α. (2007). Globalization and Educational Policy. Athens: Μetaixmio (ISBN: 978-960-455-223-8). [in Greek]
  • Zmas, A. (2006). Bildungsstandards im europäischen Hochschulraum. Vierteljahrsschrift für wissenschaftliche Pädagogik, 82(4), 497-506.
  • Zmas, A. (2002). Europäische Bildungspolitik: Grenzen und Möglichkeiten unter dem Kriterium der regulativen Idee von Bildung. Eitorf: gata-Verlag (ISBN: 3-932174-88-7).
  • 63rd Comparative and International Society Conference on “Education for Sustainability”. San Francisco, 14th – 18th April 2019.

[Paper presentation: Neoliberalism in the name Sustainability: contradictory policies in tertiary education]

  • XXVII Comparative Education Society Europe Conference on “Identities and Education: Comparative Perspectives in an Age of Crisis”. Nicosia, 29th May – 1st June 2018.

[Paper presentation: Hybrid identities in higher education: oscillating between public and private sector]

  • 62nd Comparative and International Society Conference on “Re-mapping Global Education”. Mexico City, 25th – 29th March 2018.

[Paper presentation: Re-mapping teacher training in the global era: between ethnocentric banalities and interconnected complexities]

  • 61st Comparative and International Education Society Conference on “Problematizing in Equality”. Atlanta, 5th – 9th March 2017.

[Paper presentation: PISA: between educational policies and politics

  • XXVII Comparative Education Society Europe Conference on “Governing Educational Spaces in Europe”. Glasgow, 31st May – 3rd June 2016.

[Paper presentation: Higher education amidst the current financial crisis: two contrasting paradigms from Southern Europe]

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