The Community Literacy Journal is pleased to announce the publication of Community Literacy Journal 11.2 with articles that may be of interest to many of you! These thought-provoking articles explore the symbolic means by which literacy is represented and used. Enjoy!
“My Little English”: a Case Study of Decolonial Perspectives on Discourse in an After-School Program for Refugee Youth
Michael T. MacDonald
Looking Outward: Archival Research as Community Engagement
Who Researches Functional Literacy?
Donita Shaw, Kristen H. Perry, Lyudmyla Ivanyuk, Sarah Tham
Navigating Difficulty in Classroom-Community Outreach Projects
Book and New Media Reviews
Reframing the Subject: Postwar Instructional Film and Class-Conscious Literacies by Kelly Ritter (review)
Christopher M. Brown
The Slow Professor: Challenging the Culture of Speed in the Academy by Maggie Berg and Barbara K. Seeber (review)
Sandra D. Shattuck
Composition in the Age of Austerity ed. by Nancy Welch and Tony Scott (review)
Grassroots Literacies: Lesbian and Gay Activism and the Internet in Turkey by Serkan Görkemli (review)
The Desire for Literacy: Writing in the Lives of Adult Learners by Lauren Rosenberg (review)
Freedom Writing: African American Civil Rights Literacy Activism, 1955-1967 by Rhea Estelle Lathan (review)
Eric A. House
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