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Dont\’ Miss the RCWS Literacy Studies Sessions at MLA 2018!

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    Suzanne Blum Malley
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    RCWS Literacy Studies Sponsored Sessions:
     
    402. Literacies in Motion: Crossing National, Cultural, Generational, and Local Borders
    FRIDAY, 5 JANUARY 5:15 PM-6:30 PM, CONCOURSE D (HILTON)
    Sponsoring Entity: RCWS Literacy Studies

    Presentations
    1. Digital Stewards of Alaska Native Languages and Literacies, Jennifer Stone (U of Alaska, Anchorage) [#4701]
    2. Intimate Technologies: Affects, State Authority, and Documents as a Literacy Technology, Eileen Lagman (U of Colorado, Boulder) [#4700]
    3. Revising and Relocating the Good Hmong Daughter, Kaia Simon (U of Illinois, Urbana) [#4699]
    4. Women Crossing Over: Vietnamese Educational Migrants Navigating Competing Contexts of Globalization, Ilene Crawford (Southern Connecticut State U) [#4698]
     
    Presiding
    Suzanne Blum Malley (Columbia College Chicago, IL, Chicago)
     
    691. Transnational and Transmodal Retelling of Young People’s Literacy Narratives
    SATURDAY, 6 JANUARY 5:15 PM-6:30 PM, MIDTOWN (HILTON)
     
    1. Transcending Commodification and Disrupting the Literacy Myth: Reading I Am Malala as a Literacy Narrative, Kara Poe Alexander (Baylor U) [#4716]
    2. Digital Dispositions: Leveraging Youth Literacy Practices in Academic Contexts, Merideth Garcia (U of Michigan, Ann Arbor) [#4719]
    3. Moving Bodies, Moving Borders: Mobility and Containment in School and Society , Brice Nordquist (Syracuse U) [#4718]
     
    Presiding
    Alanna Frost (U of Alabama, Huntsville, Huntsville)
     
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