Emeritus Professor Paul Ghuman's Home Page


Academic Qualifications

BA (Panjab), M.Ed, PhD (Birmingham), D.Litt (Wales), C. Psychologist, FBPsS, FRSA

Paul Ghuman was awarded a personal chair (ethnic minority  education) by the University of Wales in 1998.


Fellow of British Psychological Society

Fellow of Royal Society of Arts

Fellow of International Academy for Inter-Cultural Research



My main research interests at present are as follows:

Some Recent Publications

 Independent Reviews of Double Loyalties

      This book is well-organised ...and makes a more than useful contribution to understanding the need for dialogue and education in order to foster inter-ethnic harmony in diverse societies. Educational Review, Vol.7, No. 3 August 2005.

      The book is also very well referenced in framing all the aspects under discussion within an appropriate and often very up-to-date academic context. It is, therefore, in this respect, an excellent source for any student embarking on the study of this area. The International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, Vol. 8, No 6, 2005.

The book will be used by a wide variety of professional. its solid conclusions and policy-related future recommendations make it a profitable reading for researches and teachers alike. I can only regret that this enlightening study was not available when I began my own related research. The Welsh Journal of Education, Vol. 13, No. 1, 2004.

Public Lectures are considered on the following topics:

Asian Girls in the West

Acculturation of Asian Young people

Untouchables of India

Child-Rearing practices of Indian Parents

Sikhism and Education


Some Web Links

Contact Details

E-mail: asg@aber.ac.uk

 Snail Mail

Department of Education
University of Wales
Wales (UK)

Tel: +44 (0)1970 621928 (Internal - x1928)
Fax: +44 (0)1970 622258 (Education General Office)

Official UWA disclaimer
The information provided on this and other pages by me, Paul A. S. Ghuman (asg@aber.ac.uk) is under my own personal responsibility and not that of the University of Wales, Aberystwyth. Similarly, any opinions expressed are my own and are in no way to be taken as those of UWA.

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