Children's Literature

Children's Literature provides specialized education for graduate students in the study of children’s and young adult literature and media using a multi-disciplinary approach. This approach exposes students to many schools of literary criticism, educational theory, and professional and creative practice.

 

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Faculty Members in Children's Literature

Name Research Interests
Asselin, Marlene Children's literatures; Other languages and literature; Cultural Institutions (Museums, Libraries, etc.); early literacy; International development; Language Acquisition and Development; libraries and education; literacy and international development
Dobson, Teresa Media and communications; Literary Education; Digital Literacy; Digital Humanities; Text Visualization
Gladwin, Derek Other languages and literature; Cultural Studies; Digital & Media Literacy; Environmental & Energy Literacy; Environmental Humanities; Food Literacy; Literary Education; Sustainability Education; Writing & Rhetoric
Kendrick, Maureen literacy, digital literacy, Children and youth, ESL, international perspectives
Meyers, Eric youth online behavior, information seeking, web search, libraries, public libraries, school libraries, academic libraries, learning, virtual worlds, collaboration, social networks, new media, digital literacy, information literacy
Pohl-Weary, Emily Fiction; Writing for Youth
Rogers, Theresa Children's literatures; Other languages and literature; Children's and Adolescent Literature; Digital Literacies; Education; Educational Approaches; Literacy; Youth Studies
 
 
 
 

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