Alice completed a doctoral study, Complexity, Complicity and Community in the Classroom and Curriculum in 2007 and has since co-authored two education studies undergraduate textbooks, Learning in Contemporary Culture and Education Studies – A Reflective Reader as well as a number of book chapters, articles and conference papers related to the Centre for Holocaust Education’s research.
Alice currently supervises four doctoral students whose theses examine issues related to: teaching and learning about the Holocaust and other ‘difficult’, complex, contested or emotive histories, education and national identity formation, hate speech in the classroom and human rights education.
Pettigrew, A. (2014) ‘Gender and Education’ in W. Curtis and S. Ward (eds) Education Studies: An Issue Based Approach. London: Sage.
Pettigrew, A. (2012) ‘Confronting the limits of antiracist and multicultural education: “white” students’ reflections on identity and difference in a multiethnic secondary school’ Social Research Online 17 (3).
Pettigrew, A. (2010) ‘Learning the lessons of the Holocaust? A critical consideration of the antiracist and citizenship potential of Holocaust education in English secondary schools’, in P. Cunningham & N. Fretwell (eds.) Lifelong Learning and Active Citizenship. London: CiCe, pp. 343-352
Pettigrew, A. (2010) ‘Limited Lessons of the Holocaust? Critically considering the “anti-racist” and citizenship potential’ Teaching History 141.
Pettigrew, A. and Foster, S. J. (2010) ‘Transforming teaching and learning about the Holocaust through research-informed professional development’ Professional Development Today 13.
Curtis, W. and Pettigrew, A. (2010) Education Studies: Reflective Reader. Exeter: Learning Matters.
Curtis, W. and Pettigrew, A. (2009) Learning in Contemporary Culture. Exeter: Learning Matters