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Listed below are my academic publications (updated as of March 2022). Feel free to email me –aizuddinanuar [at] gmail [dot] com–if you are unable to access any of the publications and I will be happy to share them.

Journal Articles

Spratt, R., Anuar, A. M., Windle, J., & McCormick, A. (2021). Special Issue Editorial: The Festival of OCIES 2020. The International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives. 20(2), 1-4.

Anuar, A. M., & Chankseliani, M. (2021). The role of non-state providers in informal science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education: a Malaysian perspective. Asia Pacific Journal of Education. DOI:

Anuar, A. M. (2020). Staying with the (research) trouble, Excursions Journal, 10 (1), 185-186.

Anuar, A. M. (2020). Merantau to the pluriversity, Common Ground Journal, 4, 31-37.

Chankseliani, M., & Anuar, A. M. (2019). Cross-Country Comparison Of Engagement In Apprenticeships: A Conceptual Analysis Of Incentives For Individuals And Firms, The International Journal For Research In Vocational Education And Training, 6(3), 261-283. DOI:

Anuar, A. M. (2019). Globalisation, the education gospel and a call for local adaptations in the developing world. The New Collection, 13, 36-47.

Book Chapters

Anuar, A. M. (2022). Positionality, power and the postcolonial context: Meditations on identity, access and relations in education policy research. In C. Addey & N. Piattoeva (Eds.), Intimate Accounts of Education Policy Research: The Practice of Methods (pp. 47-61). Routledge.

Anuar, A. M., Habibi, A., & Mun, O. (2021). Postcolonialism in Comparative and International Education: Interrogating Power, Epistemologies, and Educational Practice. In T. Jules, R. Shields & M. A. M. Thomas (Eds.), The Bloomsbury Handbook of Theory in Comparative and International Education (pp. 109-127). Bloomsbury Academic.

Conference Proceeding

Anuar, A. M. (2021). The building “bricks” of informal STEM education: Narratives of a participatory project on aspirations for development in rural Malaysia. Proceedings of the Yidan Prize Doctoral Conference, 192-205.

Book Reviews

Anuar, A. M. (2021). [Review of the book The educational philosophy of Luis Emilio Recabarren: Pioneering working-class education in Latin America, by M. A. Rueda]. Studies in the Education of Adults. DOI:

Anuar, A. M. (2019). [Review of the book Dreams made small: the education of Papuan Highlanders in Indonesia, by J. Munro]. Social Anthropology/Anthropologie Sociale, 27(4), 720-721. DOI:


Anuar, A. M. (2021, 13 October). PhD Fieldwork in COVID-19 Times: Hello from the Other Side. British Association for International and Comparative Education (BAICE) Blog. (

Anuar, A. M. (2021, 10 September). To give (up) and to learn: #BenderaPutih as an education in solidarity. Convivial Thinking (

Anuar, A. M. (2019, 19 October). Streamless schools – seamless transition or half-formed idea? New Straits Times (—-seamless-transition-or-half-formed-idea)

Anuar, A. M. (2019, 7 August). Knowledge for ‘Good Life’: Which to use? New Straits Times (

Anuar, A. M. (2019, 12 January). Making room for the poor in government residential schools. The Star (

Anuar, A. M. (2018, 9 November). Building New Malaysia in Our Own Mould. New Straits Times (


Anuar, A. H. (2022, March). Rezeki [Text & Audio]. After Progress. Online. (


Science for Development, STEM Education and Rural Young People’s Aspirations, Half-time Scholars Podcast, Episode 14, 22 May 2021.

Aizuddin Mohamed Anuar on the experience of fieldwork during a pandemic, Unlocking Lockdown Podcast: Doing Fieldwork in a Pandemic, Episode 4, 23 September 2020.

Magazine Article

Anuar, A. M. (2018, November). Finland Cerminan Ekuiti Pendidikan Negara. Majalah Pendidik, 15-17.

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