Recent Scholarship from the Center for Literacy Education
The Notre Dame Center for Literacy Education is excited to share recent publications or publications that best represent the scholarship of our team and the Coyle Fellows. We hope you enjoy learning more about our research and are able to use our work to further your own scholarship.
- Nichols, T.P. & LeBlanc, R.J. (2021). Media pedagogy and the limits of “literacy”: Ecological orientations to performative platforms. Curriculum Inquiry.
- Hamman-Ortiz, L. (2019). Troubling the "two" in two-way bilingual education. Bilingual Research Journal, 42(4), 387-407.
- Macaluso, K. & Macaluso, M. (2021). Dismantling "The Man": New directions in teaching The Great Gatsby. English Journal, 110(6), 69-77.
- de los Ríos, C.V., & Portillo, Y. (2021). "Hay que cantar con ternura”: Baladas románticas as a site for translingual youth convivencia. Literacy Research: Theory, Method, and Practice.
- Reynolds, D. (2021). Scaffolding the academic language of complex text: An intervention for late secondary students. Journal of Research in Reading, 44(3), 508-528.
- Lyiscott, J. (2020). Fugitive literacies as inscriptions of freedom. English Education, 52(3), 256 - 263.
- Hargreaves, A. & O'Connor, M. T. (2019). The 4 B's: How to adapt other people's practices and make them stick. The Learning Professional: The Learning Forward Journal, 40(3), 54-62.