Addressing Injustices
Addressing Injustices
Addressing Injustices brings together teachers and middle school students to read, write, and change the world.

Our Research

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PUBLICATIONS

“But in the end, you are all beautiful”: Exploring gender through digital composition
English Journal, 107(3), pp. 39-46. (2018)

Adolescent literacy and collaborative inquiry
In D. Appleman & K. Hinchman (Eds.), Adolescent Literacy: A Handbook of Practice-based Research (pp. 398-420). NY: Routledge. (2017)

Navigating the “delicate relationship between empathy and critical distance”: Youth literacies, social justice and arts-based inquiry
English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 15(3), pp. 430-449. (2016)

Transforming research into “something more lively and radical”:  Collaborative inquiry as public scholarship for diverse democracies
Teacher as Researcher SIG Newsletter, pp. 6-9. American Educational Research Association. (2015)

Hermeneutics of literacy pedagogy
In K. Pahl & J. Rowsell (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Literacy Studies (pp. 476-482). NY: Routledge. (2015)

“In the swell of wandering words”: The arts as a vehicle for adolescents’ and educators’ inquiries into the Holocaust memoir Night
Perspectives on Urban Education, 11(2), pp. 90-106. (2014)

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Presentations

(Re)writing gender, (re)reading resistance: Middle school students explore all-gender identity, inclusion, and representation through arts-based inquiry
2017 Ethnography in Education Forum

Youth literacies, social justice, and arts-based inquiry: Adolescents' and teachers' critical curriculum in response to Maus
2016 Ethnography in Education Forum

"In the swell of wandering words": The arts as a vehicle for adolescents’ and educators’ inquiries into the Holocaust memoir Night
2014 Ethnography in Education Forum