Staff Profiles: Dr. Eve Tandoi


Staff Profile: Dr. Eve Tandoi
Lecturer in Education


Dr. Eve Tandoi

Lecturer in Education

Early Years and Education Studies

Eve’s research is situated at the intersection of literary studies, philosophy of education and sociology of childhood. She has an interest in education policy and research methods.


Eve is a Lecturer in the School of Education and Humanities whose research interests lie in exploring the connections between education policy, philosophy and practice, particularly in relation to literacy and critical thinking.


Award Title Institution Date
PhD Reading metafiction: Exploring children’s literary competences when read hybrid novels in the primary classroom. University of Cambridge 2016
MPhil Critical Approaches to Children’s Literature University of Cambridge 2013
PGCE Primary Education University of Cambridge 2008
MA Philosophy and Literature University of Warwick 2006

Membership of professional bodies

United Kingdom Literacy Association (UKLA)

Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain

Teaching and research


Eve teaches on the MA Research, MA Education and BA Education. She formally taught on the BEd and PGCE. Her pedagogic approach is informed by the work of Mikhail Bakhtin and Gert Biesta.


Undergraduate, Postgraduate


Eve is currently working with colleagues within the department and at the University of Calgary on a project funded by the Centre for Being Human. The project explores representations of evolution in contemporary picturebooks and young people’s responses to them.