Jeremy Goring was born at Hassocks, Sussex in 1930 and educated at Brighton Grammar School and New College, Oxford. After gaining a Ph.D. at London University, he worked successively in publishing, advertising, the Unitarian ministry and teaching. From 1967 to 1986 he taught history at Goldsmiths’ College, ending up as Dean of the School of Humanities and Performing Arts. On retirement he completed training as an analytical psychotherapist, moved to Lewes and helped to set up the Westgate One World Centre. ‘A member of no church and every church’, he is European Representative of Brotherhood of the Cross and Star, a spiritual movement based in Nigeria. He and his wife Rosemary have three sons, a daughter and three grandchildren.
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