Dr Sally Baker

Associate Professor, Migration and Education
ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences

Areas of expertise

  • Higher Education 390303
  • Lote, Esl And Tesol Curriculum And Pedagogy 390108
  • Sociology Of Education 390203
  • Multicultural Education (Excl. Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander, Maori And Pacific Peoples) 390410
  • Sociology Of Migration, Ethnicity And Multiculturalism 441013
  • Migrant Cultural Studies 470211
  • Multicultural, Intercultural And Cross Cultural Studies 470212

Research interests

I am generally interested in issues relating to educational equity, particular issues pertaining to transition/s, language and literacy/oracy, participation, and support. I am also interested in forced migration, particularly integration, education, and employability. 


Dr Sally Baker is an Associate Professor of Migration and Education. Sally's research interests centre on policy and practice related to language and literacies, particularly students’ academic reading and writing ‘in transition’, students from refugee backgrounds, and broader issues of equity in higher education. Sally is founder and a co-chair of the Australian Refugee Education Special interest Group. Join us: www.refugee-education.org 

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