Here is a list of my recent publications ( A full CV is available on request).

Allison, John, “ R. Freeman Butts: Educational Foundations and Educational Diplomacy’ British Journal of Educational Studies, Vol. 62, No. 1, 2014, pp. 1-19.

Allison, John, Gosse, Douglas, Parr, Michael, “If You Hit, You Sit:  Implications of a Case Study of the Retired Male Primary Teacher,” New Male Studies, Vol. 3, No.1, 2014, pp. 78-97′

Maynes Nancy, Allison John, Julien-Schultz, Lynn, “An Examination of Longevity of Impact of an International Practicum Experience on Teachers’ Beliefs and Practices Four Years Later,”International Education Studies,v 6 n1, pp.154-163.

Maynes, Nancy, Allison, John, Julien-Schultz, Lynn. “International Practica Experiences as Events of Influence in a Teacher Candidates’ Development,” McGill Journal of Education, v47 n1 p69-91 2012

Allison, John & MacLeod, Katarin. “The Historian and the Physicist: A Critical Review of the Literatures of Action Research and of Teacher Preparation,” Canadian Journal of Action Research (CJAR), Volume 12, Issue 1, July 2011, pp.3-18.

“History Educators and the Challenge of Immersive Pasts: A Critical Review of Virtual Reality “Tools” and History Pedagogy” Learning, Methods and Technology, Volume 33, Issue 4, December 2008, pp. 343-352.

Parr, Michael, Allison, John and Gosse, Douglas. “The Professional Journey of Male Primary Teachers,” The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations. Volume 7, Issue 6, January 2008, pp.257-266.

Gosse, Douglas, Parr, Michael, and Allison, John. “Researching the Halted Paths of Male Primary School Teacher Candidates,” Journal of Men’s Studies. Volume 16, Number 1 / Winter 2008, pp. 57-68.

Gosse, Douglas, Parr, Michael, & Allison, John. “You’re Out! Calling for debate on male primary school teacher candidates,” The Canadian On-Line Journal of Queer Studies in Education, Volume 3, No. (1), 2007, pp.1-22

“Walking the Line: Canadian Federalism, the Council of Ministers of Education, and the Case of International Education, 1970-1984,” in Journal of Educational Administration and History, Volume 39, No. 2, August 2007, pp. 113-128.

“From Journeymen Envoys to Skilled Diplomats: Change in Canada’s Education Related International Activities, 1815-1968,” Diplomacy and Statescraft. Vol. 17. No.2, June 2006, pp. 237-259.