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Peter D'Sena

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Peter D’Sena is Discipline Lead for History at the Higher Education Academy, UK. He has taught history for over thirty years. In that time, his research and scholarly activity has embraced work on crime in eighteenth-century London, diversity, inclusion and citizenship in history education, and the global dimension in initial teacher education. His career has included sixteen years as a schoolteacher (ten of those in inner London) and schoolteacher fellowships at both Oxford and Cambridge; and another fifteen years as a teacher educator at St. Mary's College, Strawberry Hill, Leeds Metropolitan University and the University of Worcester. Before taking up his post at the Higher Education Academy in 2011, he was head of education at London South Bank University.

 

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