Professor Eve Gregory

Professor of Language and Culture in Education, Goldsmiths University, London, UK

 

Previous position(s):

Director of BeLiFS project

Research interests:

faith, literacy, socialisation and early learning

Publications:

2013 Syncretism as a primary act of mind: The narratives of children from four faith communities in London. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy (special edition on Syncretic Literacy Practices) (co-authors: V. Lytra, H. Choudhury, A. Ilankuberan, A. Kwapong and M. Woodham), 13, 3: 322-348.

2013 Introduction to Syncretic Literacy Studies.  Journal of Early Childhood Literacy (special edition on Syncretic Literacy Practices) (co-authors: D. Volk and S. Long), 13, 3: 309-322.

2013 Practise, Performance and Perfection: Learning sacred texts in four faith communities in London. The International Journal for the Sociology of Language, (with H. Choudhury, A. Ilankuberan, A. Kwapong and M. Woodham), 220: 27– 4.

2012 Translating Faith: Field narratives as a means of dialogue in collaborative ethnographic research. International Journal of Qualitative Methods (co-author V. Lytra), 11: 195-213.

Conference papers:

see web-site: www.belifs.co.uk

Other:

see podcasts on www.belifs.co.uk

Contact:

E.Gregory@gold.ac.uk

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