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Ross Collin Interview  -  January 21, 2015, 4:00 p.m. Voice of Literacy Webcast

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Guest:

[Dr. Ross Collin]

Dr. Ross Collin
Assistant Professor
English Education, Department of Teaching and Learning, Virginia Commonwealth University


Ross Collin is Assistant Professor of English Education in the Department of Teaching and Learning at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA (USA). His interests center on literacy, curriculum theory and socio-economic transformation. He is also working out more materialist approaches to discourse analysis. His work has appeared in journals including Reading Research Quarterly, Teachers College Record, and Curriculum Inquiry.

Host:

[Dr. Candace Kuby]

Dr. Candace Kuby
Assistant Profesosr
Department of Learning, Teaching, and Curriculum, College of Education, University of Missouri


Dr. Candace Kuby is an Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education at the University of Missouri. Her scholarship focuses on: 1) critical, inventive, hybrid, and multimodal literacies and 2) innovative qualitative research methodologies. Candace is the author of "Critical literacy in the early childhood classroom: Unpacking histories, unlearning privilege"(2013) with Teachers College Press and co-editor of "Disrupting Qualitative Inquiry: Possibilities and Tensions in Educational Research" (2014) with Peter Lang. Journals in which her scholarship appear include: International Journal for Qualitative Studies in Education; Young Children; Journal of Early Childhood Literacy and Education, Citizenship, and Social Justice.

Summary:

Voice of Literacy host, Dr. Candace Kuby, interviews Dr. Ross Collin, from Virginia Commonwealth University

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