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Education for Developing Countries 1973-1985

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Professor Mark Bray : lecturer 1984 - 1985

Mark recalls his personal connections with the department spanning three eras:  EDC/DICE/EID.

 "As a student at the University of Edinburgh in the 1970s I had informal contact with EDC, and much admired its many activities and leadership of the field. Subsequently I moved to Papua New Guinea, and then in 1984 I was privileged to be offered a lectureship in EDC. That was a very exciting period for me, which included the transition from EDC to merger with Comparative Education to become DICE. In 1986 I moved to Hong Kong, but I am very glad to have been able to keep in touch. Over the years, the Department in its various manifestations has had a very far-reaching impact on many people, places and societies."

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Compiled and edited by Clare Bentall and Angela Little. First issued Spring 2005.