Publications

Books


▪Hanna, H. (2019) Young People’s Rights in the Citizenship Classroom. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke.


▪ Indrawan, M. (Ed.), Luzar, J., Hanna, H. & Mayer, T. (Assoc. Eds.) (Forthcoming 2020) Civic Engagement in Asia: Stories of Transformative Learning in the Work for a Sustainable Future. Jakarta: Yayusan Pustaka Obor Indonesia.

Journal articles


▪ Kucharczyk, S., & Hanna, H. (2020). Balancing teacher power and children’s rights: rethinking the use of picturebooks in multicultural primary schools in England. Human Rights Education Review, 3(1), 49-68. https://doi.org/10.7577/hrer.3726
Hanna, H. (forthcoming 2020) New Migrant and English as an Additional Language learners in primary education in England: An overview of current research and key ideas. Nichiei Kyoikushi [Forum] No.5, published by Japan-UK Society for Educational Research. ISSN 2189-4922.


▪ Hanna, H. (2020) Photography as a research method with learners in compulsory education: A research review. Special issue on Visual Research Methods in Education. Beijing International Journal of Education, 2(1), pp.11-34.
▪ Hanna, H. (2018) Migrant learners as experts: Exploring their perspectives on inclusion in a primary school in England.Children’s Geographies.            https://doi.org/10.1080/14733285.2018.1548693  

▪Hanna, H. (2018) Présenter, interroger, éviter, dépasser le conflit de « vérités »: Éducation civique et « vérités » controversées en Irlande du Nord [Presenting, interrogating, avoiding and transcending conflicting “truths”. Civic education and controversial “truths” in Northern Ireland]. Revue internationale d'éducation de Sèvres. 77, 113-122.

▪Hanna, H. & Kucharczyk, S. (2017) Sharing the tools of teaching and research: the value of picture-books. SPICE Journal, 20th February 2017. Available at: http://spicejournal.org/2017/02/20/sharing-the-tools-of-teaching-and-research-the-value-of-picture-books/

▪Hanna, H. (2017) Dealing with difference in the divided educational context: The cases of Northern Ireland and Israel. Compare: A Journal of International and Comparative Education. 47(1), 17-31. https://doi.org/10.1080/03057925.2015.1119649

▪Hanna, H. (2016) ‘Everyone has to find themselves in the story’: Exploring the right to minority group representation in the citizenship curriculum in Northern Ireland and Israel. Diaspora, Indigenous and Minority Education, 10(2), 84-97. https://doi.org/10.1080/15595692.2015.1084922

▪Alhawsawi, S. and Hanna, H (2013) Post-2015 Millennium Development Goals Framework: Student Voices. Compare Special Forum on the Post-2015 Education and Development Agenda, Compare: A Journal of International and Comparative Education, 46(6), 834-837. https://doi.org/10.1080/03057925.2013.850285


Book chapters

▪ Hanna, H. (2017) Developing citizenship in divided contexts. In P. Jarvis, J. Doherty and A. Mealy (Eds.) Everyday Social Justice and Citizenship. Routledge: Abingdon.


Media articles


▪ Hanna, H. (2019) Children’s right to participation and consultation: Involving them in creative visual research. In C. Capewell and A. Fox, How inclusive of children are our educational research methods?, Research Intelligence, Issue 39, Summer 2019, pp. 29-30. London: BERA. Available at: https://www.bera.ac.uk/researchers-resources/publications/summer-2019

Hanna, H. (2018) Researchers Drawing on Teacher’s Tools: Picturebook with Migrant Learners. BERA Blog, 19th December 2018. Available at: https://www.bera.ac.uk/blog/researchers-drawing-on-teachers-tools-picturebooks-with-migrant-learners
Hanna, H. (2018) Forcibly Displaced Learners. Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Blog, 18th December 2018. Available at: https://www.wcmt.org.uk/about-us/blog/blog-forcibly-displaced-learners


▪Hanna, H. and Kucharczyk, S. (2017) How to Use Picture Books to Get Your Class Talking about Emotions. The Guardian Teacher Network, 26th October 2017. Available at: https://www.theguardian.com/teacher-network/2017/oct/26/how-to-use-picture-books-to-get-your-class-talking-about-emotions

▪Hanna, H. and Kucharczyk, S. (2016) Five ways to help migrant children settle in your class. The Guardian Teacher Network, 22nd November 2016. Available at: https://www.theguardian.com/teacher-network/2016/nov/22/five-ways-to-help-migrant-children-settle-in-your-class

▪Hanna, H. (2016) How teachers can help migrant learners feel more included. The Conversation Africa, 1st April 2016. Available at: https://theconversation.com/how-teachers-can-help-migrant-learners-feel-more-included-56760

Book reviews

▪ Hanna, H. (Forthcoming 2020) Book review of ‘Understanding PISA’s Attractiveness’. Edited by Florian Waldow and Gita Steiner-Khamsi. British Journal of Educational Studies.

▪Hanna, H. (2018) Book review of Handbook of Education in China. Edited by W. John Morgan, Qing Gu and Fengliang Li. Compare: A Journal of International and Comparative Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/03057925.2018.1451136

▪Hanna, H. (2016) Book review of Fifty Years of Comparative Education. Edited by Michele Schweisfurth. British Journal of Educational Studies, 64:1, pp. 400–401https://doi.org/10.1080/00071005.2016.1210309