Ph.D., M.Phil.English Education, Columbia University Teachers College
Master of Letters, Middlebury College, Bread Loaf School of English
Master of Arts, Middlebury College, Bread Loaf School of English
B.A., University of Buffalo
Secondary School Preservice Teacher Preparation
Dialogue in the Classroom
Dialogical Self Theory and Education
Expanding the Canon & Young Adult Literature
Literacy Coach, Institute for Student Achievement
Lecturer, English Education, Columbia University, Teachers Colleage
Buckingham Brown & Nichols, Upper School English Teacher
Loyola School, Upper School English Teacher
Selected Creative and Scholarly Work
Gregory, C. (forthcoming, 2022). Toons, capes, comix, and the graphic novel: A history of the sequential arts and the graphic novel and the case for inclusion. In B. Maldonado (Ed.). Arts Integration and Young Adult Literature: Increasing Visual Literacy and Critical Thinking Skills Through Graphic Novels. Rowman & Littlefield.
Gregory, C. (forthcoming, 2022). Allatonce from breath to board: Unfurling classroom discussion by drawing it. In J. Atell & A. Lutz (Eds.), Unfurling unflattening: Tracing theoretical, methodological, and Pedagogical Possibilities. MIT Press.
Gregory, C. (forthcoming, 2021) Review of Classroom Talk for Social Change by Schieble, M., Vetter, A. & K.M. Martin Teachers College Press. In English Education.
Gregory, C. (forthcoming, 2021). The closet. Encyclopedia of Queer Studies in Education. Kamden K. Strunk & Stephanie Anne Shelton, Eds. Brill.
Gregory, C. (2021). Review of Michel Foucault and Sexualities and Genders in Education: Friendship as Ascesis. David Lee Carlson & Nelson M. Rodriguez, Eds. Journal of LGBT Youth.
Gregory, C. (2021). From stacks to desks: A history of Young Adult Literature and the case for inclusion. In B. Maldonado (Ed). Arts Integration and Young Adult Literature: Strategies to Enhance Academic Skills and Student Voice. Rowman & Littlefield.
Gregory, C. (2020). Review of the film I’ve got a little problem. Directed by Ximing Zhang. Beijing, China: Parallax Films, 2017. QED: A Journal in GLBTQ Worldmaking. 6(3).
Gregory, C. (2020). Theoretical Promises and Methodological Troubles Capturing Dialogical Discourse in Classroom Research. Review of the book Dialogical Pedagogy: The importance of dialogue in teacher and learning, by Skidmore, D & K. Murakami. Bristol: UK. Multilingual Matters. Dialogic Pedagogy: An International Online Journal. 8, R1-R12.
Gregory, C.(2019).Review of the book Queering critical literacy and numeracy for social justice: Navigating the course, by Pennell, S.M. Journal of LGBTQ Youth. 16 (3).
Gregory, C.(2019, Apr). Citation Metrics and Meta-Analysis: The Rise of Bakhtin in English Education. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Annual Conference, Toronto, CA.
Gregory, C.(2018, Jun). Educational Spaces, Learning Times, and Dialogical Self Theory: Limits and Possibilities. Paper presented at the 10th International Conference on the Dialogical Self, Braga, PT.
Gregory, C.(2018, April). Bridges of Discourse: A historiography of Lecture, Teacher Talk, and Dialogical Discourse. Paper presented at the College English Association, St. Petersburg, FL.
Gregory, C.(2017, Sept). From Recitation Dialogical Practice: A History of Discourse in the Secondary School Classroom. Paper presented at the 16th Annual International Bakhtin Conference, Shanghai, China.
Gregory, C.(2017,Feb). Once lost/Now Found: Obama's Speech Act of Grace. Paper presented at the NCTEAR Annual Conference, San Fran, CA.
Gregory, C.(2016,Jun). The Dialogical Self at Work in the Practice of Harkness Table Discussion in the Classroom. Paper presented at the 9th International Conference on the Dialogical Self, Lublin,PL.
Gregory, C.(2016,Nov). Border Crossings: Shifts in Generic, Linguistic, Cultural, and Narrative Positions in Junot Diaz's The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao. Paper presented at the SCMLA Annual Conference, Dallas TX.
Gregory, C.(2016, June). Intra and Extratextual Dialogical Processes: Heteroeglossia in the Novel and Its Effect in the Classroom. Presentation at the Dialogue Across Education & Humanities Conference, Dublin City University, IRE.
Gregory, C.(2015). From Archive to Platform to Discussion to Scholarship: The Dynamic Use of JSTOR's Collections in the Study of Nadine Gordimer's Work July's People. Retrieved from http://libguides.nsu.edu/ld.php?content_id=39151774.JSTOR Website.
Courses Currently Taught
ED240: Principles of Teaching and Learning
HU103: Conversatio I
American Educational Research Association (AERA), 2015-Present
National Council of the Teachers of English (NCTE), 2015-Present
Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC), 2019
Phi Delta Kappa, 2018-Present
CCCC Writing Program Certification of Excellence Committee, Selection Committee, 2019-2020
WERA, Proposal Reviewer, 2019
AERA, Proposal Reviewer, 2018-2019
Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, Proposal Reviewer, 2018-2019
NCTEAR, Proposal Reviewer, 2018