LITERACY'S PAST AND PRESENT
I believe literacy researchers and literacy educators need a deep and wide understanding of literacy’s social history to effectively grapple with literacy’s changing contemporary demands. For this reason I write and teach about literacy's history, its consequences, and methods for studying it in the present.
- (Forthcoming). Literacy Studies in the 1990s: Moving through Space, Moving with Time. College Composition and Communication.
- (Book manuscript under consideration). Writing the Lives of Others in Rhetorics Elsewhere and Otherwise. Eds. Romeo Garcia and Damián Baca. Series on Writing and Rhetoric, NCTE.
- (2016). Doing Transnational Literacy: The Case for the Literacy History Interview. Composition Studies. 44(1), 138-140. [invited]
- With Rebecca Lorimer Leonard and Morris Young. (2015). Introduction: Principles for Transnational Inquiry in Composition Studies. Literacy in Composition Studies 3(3), vi-xii.
- (2013). On the Social Consequences of Literacy. Literacy in Composition Studies 1(1), 26-32. [invited].
- Chosen to be reprinted in Best of independent Rhetoric and Composition Journals 2013, Parlor Press.