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MLA 2019 RCWS Literacy Studies Session January 5 at 10:15am

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    Suzanne Blum Malley

    Please join us for the RCWS Literacy Studies sponsored panel at MLA 2019, Saturday, January 5, 10:15-11:30 am, Michigan 1AB (Hyatt Regency). Our featured presenations are:

    • Textbooks Matter: Privileged Portraits of Schooling in Indian Textbooks, Usree Bhattacharya (U of Georgia) [#7605]
      The Case of Dan, Longitudinally: Transaction as Troublesome Knowledge, Elizabeth Hutton (U of Michigan, Ann Arbor) [#7606]
      Critical Community Literacy: Reframing Our Goals and Units of Analysis, Sarah Puett (U of Minnesota, Twin Cities) [#7608]


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