This work compiles 14 essays by US, UK, Canadian, Australian, and international contributors in special education, educational studies, and social research. Each contributor reflects on one piece of scholarship or one scholar that influenced them, revealing the foundations of inclusive education research. Some of the core scholars examined include Sally Tomlinson, Dorothy Lipsky, and Julie Allan. Specific chapter topics include stealth bureaucracy in Sally Tomlinson’s Irresistible Rise of the SEN Industry, developing a critical sociology of special and inclusive education, Roger Slee and Julie Allan’s reconsideration of inclusive education, Third World feminist and disability studies, John Dewey’s lessons for inclusive education, Dorothy Lipsky and Alan Gartner’s Inclusion and School Reform, and lessons from the work of Burton Blatt. Distributed in North America by Turpin Distribution.