Professor Harry Daniels (University of Bath) is Director of The Centre for Sociocultural and Activity Theory Research (Bath) having been Professor of Educational Psychology and Special Educational Needs at the University of Birmingham for 9 years. He also holds positions as: Adjunct Professor, Centre for Learning Research, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia; Research Professor, Centre for Human Activity Theory, Kansai University, Osaka, Japan; Research Professor in Cultural Historical Psychology, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education.
His books have been translated into Japanese, Portuguese (in Brazil and Europe) and Spanish.
Daniels, H (PI) with Lauder, H. (2010-12) Education, well being and the emergent economies of Brazil, Russia and South Africa. A Network in The Rising Powers, Global Challenges & Social Change Programme
Daniels, H. and Edwards, A. (Oxford) (Co-directors) (2010 – 2012) Developing Interagency Working for Children and Families Funded by a consortium of The Local Government Association, IdEA and Local Authorities Research Council Initiative
Daniels H. (2010) Children’s Views of a Multiagency School Based Drop-in Centre John of Gaunt School and Wiltshire Local Authority
He recently completed two major studies of professional learning in and for multiagency working: 2005/8 with Tony Gallagher and Rosemary Kilpatrick (Queens Belfast) Learning in and for interagency working: Multiagency work in Northern Ireland ESRC TLRP RES 139-25-0159 2003/4 – 2007 Research Director and Principal Investigator (team includes A. Edwards, D.Martin, A. Creese, J. Leadbetter, D.Middleton, and S. Brown) Learning in and for Interagency Working ESRC TLRP RES 139-25-0100