Dr. Susan Wright is professor of Educational Anthropology – Department of Education at at Aarhus University – Denmark. Her research interests focus on Internationalization and Globalization of Higher Education.
2012 (co-authors Rebecca Boden and Penelope Ciancanelli) ‘Trust Universities? Governance for Post‑Capitalist Futures’ Journal of Co-operative Studies 45(2): 16-24.
2012 ‘Ranking universities within a globalised world of competition states: to what purpose, and with what implications for students?’ in Hanne Leth Andersen & Jens Christian Jacobsen (eds) Uddannelseskvalitet i det 21. Århundrede, Frederiksberg: Samfundslitteratur, pp: 79-100.
2012 (co-author Jakob Williams Ørberg) ‘The double shuffle of university reform – the OECD/Denmark policy interface’ in Atle Nyhagen and Tor Halvorsen (eds) Academic identities – academic challenges? American and European experience of the transformation of higher education and research. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholar Press.
2011 (co-editors Cris Shore and Davide Peró) Policy Worlds: Anthropology and the Anatomy of Contemporary Power, EASA Series. Oxford: Berghahn.
2011 (co-author Sue Reinhold) ‘“Studying through”: a Strategy for Studying Political Transformations. Or Sex, Lies and British Politics’ in Cris Shore, Susan Wrightand Davide Peró (eds) Policy Worlds: Anthropology and the Anatomy of Contemporary Power, EASA Series. Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 86-104.