Below is a list of my academic and arts-based research publications. For creative publications and performances, go to the Poetry page of this site.
Johnson, H. (2023). The Master's Tools. In, Voices Unbound. Poems of the Eighth International Symposium on Poetic Inquiry. African Sun Press.
Johnson, H. (2023). (Silva De Freitas, D. and Faraco Avile E Silva, M., trans.) Performances De Poeisia Na Pagina E No Palco: Reflexoes A Partir Do Slam. Revista Terceira Margem, 21 (51). Available online here.
Johnson, H. and Monney, N. (2023). Interview in, Rhodes, E. When You Work in the Community, You See the Strengths, You See the Passion and Resilience. The Psychologist, pp. 42-45.
Gregory, H. (2022/2012). The Brits Spit: Youth Slam and Spoken Word in the U.K.. Available online here.
Johnson, H. (2022). Embracing the Mosaic: Crafting Collaborative Poetics Research for Critical Resilience. In, K. Jones (Ed.) Doing Performative Social Science. Taylor & Francis, 179-194.
Johnson, H. (2022). Ten Incitements to Rebellion: Spoken Word as a Social Scientific Research Tool of, and for, Rebellious Research. In, P. Burnard, E. Macklinay, D. Rousell and T. Dragovic (Eds.) Doing Rebellious Research: Performance In and Beyond the Academy. Brill Sense.
Johnson, H. (2022). Beyond Disciplines: Spoken Word as Participatory Arts-Based Research. International Review of Qualitative Research Inquiry, 15 (3) https://doi.org/10.1177/19408447211052667
Johnson, H., & Cunningham, E. (2022). The Day of Social Justice: A Creative Approach to Teaching Activism in Higher Education. In E. Tilley (Ed.), Creative Activism: Research, Pedagogy and Practice Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 199-224.
Johnson, H. and Monney, N. (2021). Using the Arts to Support the Arts: A Creative, Community-University Partnership Approach to Building Arts Inclusivity in Economically-Deprived Communities. Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 22 (3): Art 2. https://doi.org/10.17169/fqs-22.3.3650
Johnson, H. and Sam-La Rose, J. (2021) Intersections Between Spoken Word in the UK and US: A Nexus in Dialogue. In, L. English and J. McGowan (Eds.) Spoken Word in the UK. Routledge.
Winter, R., Al-Jawad, M., Wright, J., Shrewsbury, D., Van Marwijk, H., Johnson, H. and Levett, T. (2021). What is meant by “frailty” in undergraduate medical education? A national survey of UK medical schools. European Geriatric Medicine. https/doi.org/10.1007/s41999-021-00465-9
Johnson, H. and Tremlett, S. (2020). Bird Poem. Available online here.
Johnson, H. (2020). Arts and Culture in a 'New Normal.' The Psychologist, 33 (July): 98-99. Available online here.
Phillips, L.G., Johnson, H., Misra, S. and Zavros-Orr, A. (2020). Mothering Bodies in Unloving Institutions. In, L. Henderson, A. Black and S. Garvis (Eds.) (Re)birthing the Feminine in Academe. Palgrave Studies in Gender and Education. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-38211-7_3
Johnson, H. (2020). The Master's Tools. Decolonising the Curriculum, 2: 30. Available online.
Johnson, H. (2019). Faulkner, S.L. (2020) Poetic Inquiry. [Book review] Qualitative Research in Psychology. DOI.
Fennessy, J., Woods, S., Johnson, H., Rivas, C., Norbury, D. Almeida-Harvey, I., Moriarty, J., Wimpenny, K., Bushell, K. and Blake, P. (2019). Conference Report: Carnival of Invention. Forum Qualitative Social Research/Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung, 20 (2). doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.17169/fqs-20.2.3260.
Johnson, H., Rivas, C., Norbury, D., Fennessy, J., Almeida-Harvey, I., Woods, S., Moriarty, J. and Blake, P. (2019). Collaborative Poetics Resource Pack. (E book) Independent Publishing Network. Available here.
Johnson, H., Macaulay-Rettino, X., Banderob, S., Lalani,I., Carson-Apstein, E. and Blacher, E. (2018). A Rose by any Other Name? Developing a Method of ‘Collaborative Poetics.’ Qualitative Research in Psychology. Available online
Johnson, H. and Wimpenny, K. (2018). Collaborative Poetics Network: A Pilot Study Exploring the Potential of Collaborative, Arts-based Research. Paper presented at ABR5 Conference, Liverpool, United Kingdom. Full paper available here.
Johnson, H., Carson-Apstein, E., Banderob, S. and Macualay-Rettino, X. (2017). 'You Kind of Have to Listen to me': Researching Discrimination through Poetry. Forum Qualitative Social Research/Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung, 18 (2). Available at: http://www.qualitative-research.net/index.php/fqs/article/view/2864 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.17169/fqs-18.3.2864.
2016Johnson, H. (2016). "Nothing's Solid." Exploring the Lived Experiences of People with Dementia Through Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. The Qualitative Report, 21 (4): 695-711.
Joiner, R., Cuprinskaite, J., Dapkeviciute, L., Johnson, H. and Brosnan, M. (2016). Gender Differences in Response to Facebook Status Updates from Same and Opposite Gender Friends. Computers in Human Behavior, 58: 407-412.
Gregory, H. (2015). Prospecting with the 'Poetry Pioneers': Youth Poetry Slam and the U.K.'s WordCup. Liminalities, 10 (3-4). Available online here.
Cobain, D. (2014, August 2) Interview with Helen Gregory, Organiser of Glasonbury Festival's Poetry&Words Tent. Retrieved August 2, 1014 here.
Gregory, H. (2014). "I'm No Different." The Psychologist, 27 (8): Centre page spread.
Gregory, H. (2014). ‘I Will Tell You Something of My Own’ – Using the Arts and Science to Explore Life with Dementia. Journal of Dementia Care, March/April.
Gregory, H. (2014). "I Will Tell You Something of My Own" – Promoting Personhood in Dementia Through Performative Social Science. Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 15 (3): Art 18. Available online here.
Joiner, R., Gavin, J., Brosnan, M., Cromby, J., Gregory, H., Guiller, J., Maras, P. & Moon, A. (2014). Publically Different, Privately the Same: Gender Differences in Response to Facebook Status Updates. Computers in Human Behavior, 39: 165-169.
Gregory, H. (2013). Youth Take the Lead: Digital Poetry and the Next Generation. English in Education, 47 (2): 118–133.
Joiner, R., Gavin, J., Brosnan, M., Cromby, J., Gregory, H., Guiller, J., Maras, P. & Moon, A. (2013). Comparing First and Second Generation Digital Natives’ Internet Use, Internet Anxiety and Internet Identification. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 16 (7): 549-552.2012
Gregory, H., Hayes, K., Jones, V. and Opher, S. (2012). Poetry in Dementia Care: Overcoming the Challenges. Australian Journal of Dementia Care, 1 (4): 22-25.
Gregory, H., Hayes, K., Jones, V. and Opher, S. (2012). Poetry in Dementia Care: One Project, Four Voices. Australian Journal of Dementia Care, 1 (3): 25-27.
Joiner, R., Gavin, J., Brosnan, M., Cromby, J., Gregory, H., Guiller, J., Maras, P. & Moon, A. (2012). Gender, Internet Experience, Internet
Identification and Internet Anxiety: A Ten Year Follow-up. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 15 (7): 370-372.
Gregory, H. (2012). Poetry Performances on the Page and Stage: Insights from Slam. In, S. Gingell and W. Roy (eds.) Listening Up, Writing Down, and Looking Beyond: Interfaces of the Oral, Written, and Visual, pp. 77-96. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.
Gregory, H., Hayes, K., Jones, V. and Opher, S. (2012). Using Poetry in Dementia Care: Four Voices, One Journey. Journal of Dementia Care, Jan/Feb: 27-30.
Gregory, H., Hayes, K., Jones, V. and Opher, S. (2012). Issues and Impacts of Poetic Interventions in Dementia. Journal of Dementia Care, March/April: 20-23.
Shake the Dust. (2012). The Importance of Youth Slam: An Interview with Dr Helen Gregory. Click here to read.
Gregory, H. (2011). Using Poetry to Improve the Quality of Life and Care for People with Dementia: A Qualitative Analysis of the Try to Remember Programme. Arts & Health, 3 (2): 160-172.
Gregory, H. (2009). Texts in Performance: Identity, Interaction and Influence in U.K. and U.S. Poetry Slam Discourses. PhD Thesis. Link to this here.
Gregory, H. (2008). The Quiet Revolution of Poetry Slam: The Sustainability of Cultural Capital in the Light of Changing Artistic Conventions. Ethnography and Education, 3 (1): 61-71. Link to a pre-proof copy of the paper here.
Gregory, H. (2008). (Re)presenting Ourselves: Art, Identity and Status in U.K. Poetry Slam. Oral Tradition, 23 (2): 201-217. Link to this paper here.
In March 2007 the abstract for my paper The Quiet Revolution of Poetry Slam: The Sustainability of Cultural Capital in the Light of Changing Artistic Conventions was published as part of The European Sociological Associations' Sociology for the Arts Conference in Luneburg, Germany. An abridged draft of this paper was published in the same year in the National Association of Gifted Children's regular newsletter, and reprinted in Gray Matters. You can access the Gray Matters copy here.
In July 2007 I published a two part article about my experience of researching poetry slam, entitled Studying Slam, on the Metaroar website. The article can be accessed here
In 2006 my paper Telling Tales: Performance Poets' Accounts of Why they Perform was presented and published as part of the 2006 Psychology Postgraduate Conference at the University of the West of England.