Member of Advisory Committee, GIoCT
Professor of Arts, Creativities and Educations, University of Cambridge
Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts
Fellow of the International Society for the Study of Creativity and Innovation
Pamela Burnard is Professor of Arts, Creativities and Educations at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. She has published widely with 25 books and over 100 articles which advance the theory and practice of multiple creativities across education sectors including early years, primary, secondary, further and higher education, through to creative and cultural industries. She is co-editor of the international journal Thinking Skills and Creativity.
Current funded projects include ‘Choices, Chances and Transitions around Creative Further and Higher Education’; ‘Women in Social Enterprises’ (WISE) and their Participation and Re-presentation in ‘Startups’’; ‘Sculpting New Creativities in Education’ and a meta-analysis of the culminative impact of ‘Contemporary Urban Musics for Inclusion Networks’ (CUMIN). She is an elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA), Fellow of the Chartered College of Teaching, UK and Fellow of the International Society for the Study of Creativity and Innovation (ISSCI). She sits on the advisory board of the Global Institute of Creative Thinking and Da Vinci Life-Skills Biophilic Education.
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Burnard, P., Apelgren, B., Cabaroglu, N., Denicolo, P., and Simmons, N. (2014-2024) Critical Issues in the Future of Learning Teaching Edited Series. Amsterdam: SensePublishers.
Dale, P. and Burnard, P. (2023) Rethinking Contemporary Urban Musics: Education, Therapy and Inclusion. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Randles, C. and Burnard, P. (2022) The Routledge Companion to Creativities in Education. New York: Routledge.
Burnard, P., and Loughrey, M. (Eds.) (2021) Sculpting New Creativities in Primary Education. (Unlocking Research/Inspiring Research Informed Practice series) London: Routledge.
Burnard, P., Mackinlay, E., Rousell, D., and Dragovic, T. (Eds.) (2022) Doing Rebellious Research in and beyond the Academy. The Netherlands: Brill-I-Sense Publishers.
Burnard, P. and Colucci-Gray, L. (2020) (Eds) Why Science and Arts Creativities Matter: (Re-)Configuring STEAM for Future-making Education. The Netherlands: Brill Publishing.
Burnard, P., Himonides, E., Thibeault, M., McPherson, G. and Welch, G. (Eds) (2018) Creativities, Media and Technologies in Music Learning and Teaching: An Oxford Handbook of Music Education (Vol 5). Oxford: OUP.
de Bruin, L., Burnard, P. and Davies, S. (Eds) (2018) Creativities in Arts Education, Research and Practice: International Perspectives for the Future of Learning and Teaching. The Netherlands:Brill-I- Sense Publishing.
Burnard, P., Ross, V., Dragovic, T., Powell, K., Minors, H., Mackinlay, E. (2017) (Eds) ‘Building Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Bridges: Where Practice Meets Research and Theory’. eBook: BIBACC Publishing ISBN 978-0-9957727-0-0 (see www.bibacc.org)
Burnard, P and Murphy, R. (2017) Teaching Music Creatively. London: Routledge (with Elizabeth Mackinlay, Gillian Howell, Kathryn Marsh, Alex Ruthman, Jane Wheeler, Rena Upitis, Alex Ruthmann, Jane Wheeler, James Biddulph, Jenny Boyack, Emily Akuno, Deborah Blair and Marcelo Giglio). Second Edition. London: Routledge.
Haddon, L. and Burnard, P. (2017/2016) (Eds) Creative Teaching for Creative Learning in Higher Academic Music Education. Aldershot, Hants: Ashgate. (Paperback pub: 2017; Hardback and eBook pub: 2016)
Burnard, P. (2016) Musical Creativities in Practice. Translated into Chinese. Shanghai, China: Shanghai Music Press.
Burnard, P. Mackinlay, E. and Powell, K. (2016) (Eds) The Routledge International Handbook of Intercultural Arts Research. London: Routledge.
Burnard, P., Dragovic, T., Flutter, J., and Alderton, J. (2016) (Eds) Transformative Doctoral Research Practices for Professionals. Amsterdam: SensePublishers.
Burnard, P., Apelgren, B, and Cabaroglu, N. (2015) (Eds) Transformative Teacher Research: Critical Issues in the Future of Learning and Teaching. Amsterdam: SensePublishers.
Burnard, P. and Haddon, E. (2015) (Eds) Activating Diverse Musical Creativities: Teaching and Learning in Higher Music Education. London: Bloomsbury.
Burnard, P., Hofvander Trulsson, Y., and Soderman, J. (2015) (Eds) Bourdieu and the Sociology of Music, Music Education and Research. Aldershot, Hants: Ashgate.
Burnard, P. (2013) (Ed) Developing Creativities in Higher Education: International Perspectives and Practices. London: Routledge.
Georgii-Hemming, E., Burnard, P. and Holgersen, S.E (2013) (Eds) Professional Knowledge in Music Teacher Education. ch (pp. 5-28). Aldershot, Hants: Ashgate.
Burnard, P and Murphy, R. (2013) Teaching Music Creatively. London: Routledge ( with James Biddulph, Kathryn Marsh, Alex Ruthman, Jane Wheeler, Rena Upitis, Alex Ruthmann, Jane Wheeler, Jenny Boyack, Gillian Howell, Emily Akuno, Deborah Blair and Marcelo Giglio). First Edition. London: Routledge.
Burnard, P. (2012) Section Editor of ‘Creativities in Practice’ for The Oxford Handbook of Music Education, pp. 317-427, New York: Oxford University Press.
Burnard, P. (2012) Musical Creativities in Practice. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Burnard, P. and Hennessy, S. (2010) (Eds) Reflective Practices in Arts Education. Second Edition, Dordrecht: Springer. (Paperback pub: 2010 2nd Ed.)
Finney, J. and Burnard, P. (2008) (Eds) Music Education with Digital Technology. London: Continuum.
Burnard, P. (2008) Special Issue of UNESCO Observatory E-Journal Multi-Disciplinary Research in the Arts on ‘Creativity, policy and practice discourses: productive tensions in the new millennium’, 1(3).
Burnard, P., Dillon S. and Ballantyne, J. (Eds) (2008) Special Issue of Research Studies in Music Education ‘Pedagogies of inclusion in music education: International perspectives’, 30(1).
Burnard, P. (2007) Section Editor of ‘Creativity’ in the International Handbook of Research in Arts Education, Dordrecht: Springer.
Craft, A., Cremin, T and Burnard, P. (2007) (Eds) Creative Learning 3-11 and How We Document It: What, How and Why?London: Trentham.