Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences, London South Bank University, UK
E. Stina Lyon is Professor of Educational Developments in Sociology
and Pro Dean in the Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences at London South
Bank University. She is an Academician of the Academy for the Sciences
in the UK. Her research interests and publications are in the areas
of research methodology, the sociology of education, gender, race and
ethnicity, and welfare state ideology. Her present research is focused
on the intellectual contribution to sociology, gender studies and welfare
state ideology of the Swedish social scientists Gunnar and Alva Myrdal.
Lyon, E.S. and J. Busfield (eds) Methodological Imaginations,
Lyon, E.S. and L. Morris (eds) Gender Relations in Public and Private
Contribution to books
Lyon, E.S. ”The Myrdals and the Thomases 1930-1940: The Trials
and Tribulations of a Cross-Atlantic Research Collaboration”,
in J. Mucha et al eds. Mirrors and Windows: Essays in the
History of Sociology, Nicolas Copernicus University Press/International
Sociological Association, 2001.
Lyon, E. Stina, ”Biographical constructions of a working woman:
the many faces of Alva Myrdal”, European Journal of Social
Theory, 3(4): 407-428, 2000
Lyon, E. Stina, ”Modernity and Educational Engineering: The Myrdals
and School Reform”, International Journal of Politics,
Culture and Society, Vo. 14. No. 3, 2001
Lyon, E.S. “Kvinnor skriver om kvinnors dilemma: Alva Myrdal and
Viola Klein’s Kvinnans tva roller”,(“Women writing
on women’s dilemmas: Alva Myrdal and Viola Klein’s Women’s
Two Roles”) Arbetarhistoria (Stockholm, Sweden), Vol.
27, no. 106-7, 2003.
Lyon, E. Stina 2000, Researching Race Relations: Myrdal’s
American Dilemma from a Human Rights Perspective, South Bank University,
FHSS/SSRP No. 17.