Dr Harry Judge is Senior Research Fellow at the Department of Education and an Emeritus Fellow of Brasenose College. He was Director of the Department of Educational Studies from 1973 to 1988.
Dr Judge’s main interests are in the comparative study of educational policies (having spent a good deal of time in the States and in France since his retirement from the Department) and in British educational history.
- The University and Public Education: the contribution of Oxford. 2007.
- Faith-Based Schools and the State: Catholics in America, France and England (2002)
- The University and the Teachers: France, The United States, England (1994).
- H.A.L. Fisher: Scholar and Minister Oxford Review of Education special edition edited by Harry Judge, February 2006
- The Muslim Headscarf and French Schools, American Journal of Education November 2004
- Faith-based Schools and State Funding: A partial argument Oxford Review of Education Vol. 27, No. 4, 2001)