Gary S. Gregg
Professor of Psychology
Kalamazoo College


The Middle East:
A Cultural Psychology

          Oxford University Press 2005

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Culture & Identity in a Muslim Society

Oxford University Press 2007

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Books and Articles

Culture and Identity: Life-Narrative Studies of Self in Morocco Oxford University Press 2007

The Middle East: A Cultural Psychology  Oxford University Press 2005.

Self-Representation: Life-Narrative Studies in Identity and Ideology Greenwood Press 1991.

Religious Voices and Identity in the Life-Narratives of Young Adult Moroccans.  In H. Zock and M. Buitelar, eds., Religious Voices in Self Narrative. De Gruyter [in press].

Multiple Identities and Their Organization In R. Josselson and M. Harway, eds., Navigating Multiple Identities. Oxford University Press. pp. 13-38.

Identity in Life Narratives. Narrative Inquiry 21(2):319-328, 2011.

Culture and Self, in J. Hall, L. Grindstaff, and M. Lo, eds., Handbook of Cultural Sociology. Routledge, 2010.

The Raw and the Bland: A Structural Model of Narrative Identity, in McAdams, Josselson and Lieblich eds., Identity and Story. A.P.A. Press, 2006.

Themes of Authority in the Life Histories of Young Adults, in Miller, S. and Bourgia, R. eds., In The Shadow of the Sultan. Harvard University Press, 1999.

Culture, Personality, and the Multiplicity of Identity: Evidence from North African Life Narratives Ethos 26(2):120-152, 1998.

Multiple Identities and the Integration of Personality Journal of Personality 63(3):617-641, 1995

The Underdevelopment of a North African Tribe: Toward a Psychology of Peripheral Social Orders Journal of Social Issues 46(3):71-91, 1990

Elementary Structures of the Self: A Return to Life-narratives Personality Forum 1: 11-16, 1982

The Caravan Rolls On: Forty Years of Social Problem Research (with Alison Geist, Thomas Preston, and Nathan Caplan) Knowledge 1:31-61, 1979



Abdullah Hammoudi, Master and Disciple: The Cultural Foundations of Moroccan Authoritarianism. (review) Journal of the American Oriental Society 119(4), 1999

Modernity: The Damage Done and Utopian Dreams. (review) Contemporary Psychology, 1997

Prophets, Kings, and True Believers (review of L. Hunt, The Family Romance of the French Revolution; H. Dabashi, Authority in Islam; T. Goertzel, Turncoats and True Believers.) Contemporary Psychology 40(5): 443-446, 1995


Research Reports

Socio-economic organization of the Imeghrane (with Alison Geist) Final Report tothe Moroccan Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock Service. Ouarzazate, Morocco, 1988.

Tinguerf: Traditional use and regulation of a Central High Atlas Pasture (with Alison Geist) Final Report to the U.N.F.A.O. and Moroccan Ministry of Agriculture. Rabat, Morocco, 1985.

Adaptation of Inco-Chinese Refugees (with N. Caplan, L. Secrest, J. Whitmore) Technical Report to the U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement. Wash., D.C., 1982.

Paradigms Lost: Mental Health Policy in America ( A. Geist, N. Caplan, and J. Harrington,) Final Report to N.I.M.H. Wash., D.C., 1981.

Law Reform in the Prevention and Treatment of Rape (with J. Marxh, A. Geist, N. Caplan, J. Harrington, and D. Sharphorn) Final Report to N.I.M.H. Wash., D.C., 1980.