Discourses, dialogue and diversity in biographical research: An ecology of life and learning. 


Bainbridge, A., Formenti, L. and West, L. (Ed.) (2021). Brill Publishers: Leiden

Becoming an Education Professional: A Psychosocial Exploration of Developing an EducationProfessional Practice.

Bainbridge, A. (2015)  Palgrave: London

Psychoanalysis and Education: minding a gap.

Bainbridge, A. and West, L. (Ed.) (2012). London: Karnac Books. 

Journal Articles

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Bainbridge, A., Troppe, T. and Bartley, J. (2022) Responding to Research Evidence in Parliament: a case study on selective education policy, Review of Education


Bainbridge, A., Bartley, J. and Troppe, T. (2021). The impact of research evidence on education policy: how MPs respond to evidence in relation to secondary selective education. Forum, 63 (2), pp161-168



Bainbridge, A. (2020) Digging our own grave: A Marxian consideration of formal education as a destructive enterprise. International Review of Education, 66, 737-753

Bainbridge, A., & Del Negro, G. (2020). An Ecology of Transformative Learning: A Shift From the Ego to the Eco. Journal of Transformative Education, 18(1), 41–58.



Bainbridge, A., Reid, H. & Del Negro, G. (2019) Towards a Virtuosity of School Leadership: clinical support and supervision as professional learning, Professional Development in Education, 


Bainbridge, A. (2019) Education then and now: making the case for ecol-agogy, Pedagogy, Culture & Society, 27(3), 4232-440 


Consorte-McCrea A, Fernandez A, Bainbridge A, Moss A, Prévot A-C, Clayton S, Glikman JA, Johansson M, López-Bao JV, Bath A, Frank B, Marchini S (2019) Large carnivores and zoos as catalysts for engaging the public in the protection of biodiversity. Nature Conservation 37: 133-150.


Bainbridge, A., Gaitanidis, A. and Chapman Hoult, E (2018). When learning becomes a fetish: the pledge, turn and prestige of magic tricks. Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 26 (3), 345-361


Bainbridge, A. (2016) Building a world unfit to live in: the deception, distraction and disavowal of the fetish. Pedagogia Oggi, 1/2016, 62-72.


Bainbridge, A. (2015) Pedagogy of Recognition: Winnicott, Honneth and Learning in Psychosocial Spaces. Journal of Pedagogic Development, 5 (3) p.9-20


Bainbridge, A. (2014). Digital technology, human world making and the avoidance of learning. Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education. (Special Edition: Digital technologies in Learning Development) 



Book Chapters

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Bainbridge, A. and West, L. (2021). A Key? Conflict, and the Struggle for an Ecology of Dialogue, Learning and Peace among Israeli Jewish and Palestinian Educators. In: Bainbridge, A., Formenti, L. and West, L. (Ed) Discourses, dialogue and diversity in biographical research: An ecology of life and learning.  Brill Publishers: Leiden


Bainbridge, A. and Ekins, A. (2021). Health and Well-Being. In: Soan, S. (ed). Why Do Teachers Need to Know About Diverse Learning Needs? Strengthening Professional Identity and Well-Being. Bloomsbury: London


Bainbridge, A. (2021). Deceptively Difficult Education: A Case for a Lifetime of Impact. In: Howard, P., Saevi, T., Foran, A. and G. Biesta, ed. Phenomenology and Educational Theory in Conversation: Back to Education Itself. Routledge: Oxon.


Bainbridge, A and West, L. (2020). Narratives of fundamentalism, negative capability and the democratic imperative. In Wright, H. R. and Høyen, M., (Ed). Discourses we live by: Personal and professional narratives of educational and social practices (pp.73-89). Cambridge: Open Book Publishers.



Consorte-McCrea, A., Bainbridge, A., Fernandez, A., Nigbur, D., McDonnell, S., Morin, A. and Grente, O. (2016) Understanding attitudes towards native wildlife and biodiversity in the UK: the role of zoos. In: Leal Filho, W., ed. Sustainable Development Research at Universities in the United Kingdom. Springer. ISBN 9783319478821  


Bainbridge, A. and Stirrup, V. (2016) Narratives beyond the backyard: A case study on support for a community sustainability project. In Formenti, L. and West, L. (Eds), Stories that make a difference. Exploring the collective, social and political potential of narratives in adult education research. Lecce: Pensa.