Modern Greek Studies Association


Dr. Eva Konstantellou

Associate Professor

Lesley University
Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative
School of Education

Degrees

Post-Doctorate Certification in Reading Recovery Trainer Training. 1999 Texas Woman’s University (Early Literacy and Reading Education)
Ph.D. 1992 The Ohio State University (Educational Policy and Leadership; Humanistic Foundations of Education)
M.A. 1981 The Ohio State University (Philosophy of Education)
B.A. 1977 University of Athens (Philosophy)

Principal Publications

“What Knowledge is of Most Worth? The Politics of Knowledge in the Modern University.” In Greek Higher Education: Prospects for Reform. Dimitris Keridis and Chyssostomos Sfatos, editors. New York, NY: Pella Publishing Company, Inc. 1998. Pp. 49-59.

"Formation of Religious and Ethnic Identity in Greek-American Schools and the Challenge of Multiculturalism." In Personhood: Deepening the Connections Between Body, Mind and Soul. ed. John T. Chirban. Westport, CT. Bergin and Garvey. 1996. pp. 167-172.

Essay Review of New Directions in Greek American Studies, eds. Dan Georgakas and Charles Moskos. Journal of the Hellenic Diaspora. Vol. 20.1:142-147. 1994.

"The Myths of Modernization: Post-1974 Educational Reform in Greece," Modern Greek Studies Yearbook, Vol. 6:55-72. 1990.

Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative
School of Education
Lesley University
University Hall 2-025
1815 Mass. Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02140

(617) 349-8136
(617) 349-8490 (F)

Areas of Specialization

Teacher Education

Early Literacy

Courses Taught in Modern Greek Studies

None currently

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