Marshall, E. & Sensoy, Ö. (2011). Rethinking popular culture and media. Milwaukee: Rethinking Schools.***2012 recipient of a Skipping Stones magazine Honor Award in recognition of exceptional contributions to children’s literature***
Gilmore, L. & Marshall, E. (2013). Trauma and young adult literature: Representing adolescence and knowledge in David Small’s Stitches: A Memoir. Prose Studies: History, Theory, Criticism, 35 (1), 16-38.
Marshall, E. (2012). Global girls and strangers: Marketing transnational girlhood through the Nancy Drew series. Children’s Literature Association Quarterly, 37 (2), 210-227.
Rogers, T. & Marshall, E. (2012). On the road: Examining self-representation, youth and homelessness in young adult texts. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 55 (8),725-733.
Gilmore, L. & Marshall, E. (2010). Girls in crisis: Rescue and transnational feminist autobiographical resistance. Feminist Studies, 36 (3), 667-690.
Marshall, E. & Toohey, K. (2010). Representing family: Community funds of knowledge, bilingualism, and multimodality. Harvard Educational Review, 80 (2), 221-242.
Sensoy, Ö. & Marshall, E. (2010). Missionary girl power: Saving the ‘Third World’ one girl at a time. Gender and Education, 22 (3), 295-311.
Marshall, E., Staples, J. & Gibson, S. (2009). Ghetto fabulous: Reading representations of Black adolescent femininity in contemporary urban street fiction. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 53(1), 28-36.
Marshall, E. & Sensoy, Ö. (2009). Save the Muslim girl! Rethinking Schools, 24 (2), 14-19.
Marshall, E. (2009). Consuming girlhood: Young women, femininities, and American Girl. Girlhood Studies, 2 (1), 94-111.
Marshall, E. (2009). Girlhood, sexual violence and agency in Francesca Lia Block’s “Wolf.” Children’s Literature in Education, 40 (3), 217-234.
Marshall, E. & Sensoy, Ö. (2009). The same old hocus-pocus: Pedagogies of gender and sexuality in Shrek 2. Discourse: The Cultural Politics of Education, 30 (2), 151-164.
Marshall, E. (2007). Schooling Ophelia: Hysteria, memory and feminine adolescence. Gender and Education 19 (6), 707-728.
Rogers, T., E. Marshall & C. Tyson. (2006). Dialogic narratives of literacy, teaching, and schooling: Preparing literacy teachers for diverse settings. Reading Research Quarterly, 41, 2, 202-223.
Marshall, E. (2006). Borderline girlhoods: Mental illness, adolescence, and femininity in Girl, Interrupted. The Lion and The Unicorn, 30 (1), 117-133. (Download PDF version)
Marshall, E. & T. Rogers. (2005). Writing back: Rereading adolescent girlhoods through women’s memoir. The Alan Review, 33 (1), 17-22.
Marshall, E. (2004). Stripping for the wolf: Rethinking representations of gender and sexuality in children’s literature. Reading Research Quarterly, 39 (3), 256-270.
Marshall, E. (2004). The daughter’s disenchantment: Incest as pedagogy in fairy tales and Kathryn Harrison’s The Kiss. College English, 66 (4), 395-418. Copyright 2004 by the National Council of Teachers of English. Used with permission. (Download PDF version)
Marshall, E. (2002). “Red, white, and Drew: The All-American girl and the case of gendered childhood.” Children’s Literature Association Quarterly, 27 (4), 203-211
Rogers, T., C. Tyson, C., & E. Marshall (2000). “Living dialogues in one neighborhood: Moving toward understanding across discourses and practices of literacy and schooling.” Journal of Literacy Research, 32, 1-24.
Chapters in Books
Marshall, E. & Sensoy, Ö. (Forthcoming, 2012). One world: Understanding the discourse of benevolent girlhood through critical media literacy. In Guzetti, B. & Bean, T. (Eds.). Adolescent literacies and the gendered self: (Re)constructing identities through multimodal literacy practices. NY: Routledge.
Marshall, E. (2011). Innocence. In Lesko, N. and Talbot, S. (Eds.). Keywords in youth studies: Tracing affects, movements, knowledges (pp. 295-298). NY: Routledge.
Marshall, E. (2007). “ ‘The random brushing of birds’: Representations of African American women in biographies for children and young adults. In McNair, J. and W. Brooks (Eds.). Embracing, Evaluating and Examining African American Children’s and Young Adult Literature. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.
Book Reviews, Other Articles, Notes
Marshall, E. (Invited, 2007). Review of American Sweethearts: Teenage Girls in Twentieth-Century Popular Culture by Ilana Nash. H-Childhood, H-Net Reviews, URL: http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=325761195414382.
Marshall, E. (Invited, 2007). “Girls and Fairy Tales.” In Mitchell, C. & J. Reid-Walsh (Eds.). Girl Culture: An Encyclopedia. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.
Marshall, E. (Invited, 2006). “Girl.” In Zipes, J. (Ed.). Oxford Encyclopedia of Children’s Literature. New York: Oxford University Press.
Marshall, E. (Invited, 2006). “Janet Hickman.” In Zipes, J. (Ed.). Oxford Encyclopedia of Children’s Literature. New York: Oxford University Press.
Marshall, E. (Invited, 2004). Review of Getting ready for Benjamin: Preparing teachers for sexual diversity in the classroom. Edited by Rita M. Kissen. Theory into Practice, 43 (2), 160-162.
Marshall, E. (1999). Review of Sometimes I can be anything: Power, gender and identity in a primary classroom by Karen Gallas. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 14, 579-582.
“Sex, violence and ‘Little Red Riding Hood.’ Critical Literacy and Children’s Literature Symposium, American University, Washington DC, December 2005.
“Red, white, and Drew: The case of the all-American girl.” Nancy Drew and Friends: The World of Girl’s Series Books Symposium, University of Maryland, College Park, October 2005.
“Fairy tale girlhoods in Emma Donoghue’s Kissing the Witch.” Women’s Studies Department, University of California, Berkeley, April 2005.
“Runaway daughters: Incest as pedagogy in fairy tales and Kathryn Harrison’s The Kiss.” Women’s Studies Forum. College Park, MD, May 2004.
“Re-reading fairy tales: Poststructural feminist theory as critical literacy practice.” Critical Literacy Symposium, American University, Washington DC, April 2004.
“Re-envisioning girlhood: Young women, femininities and American Girl.” Children’s Literature Association conference. Normal, IL, June, 2008.
“Disputed Boundaries: The figure of the girl in women’s autobiography.” With Leigh Gilmore. Candian Women’s Studies Association/ /l’association canadienne des etudes sur les femmes. Vancouver, BC., May 2008.
“It’s better than Barbie: Resistance, femininities and American Girl.” American Educational Association, New York, New York, March, 2008
“Girlhood, disrupted: Reading women’s memoir as young adult literature.” American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL, April, 2007.
“Surviving Ophelia: Hysterical schoolgirls, memory and adolescent femininity.” American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL, April, 2007.
“Diagnosing girlhood: Representations of madness and femininity in young adult fiction. Critical Perspectives on Children’s Literature, Nashville, TN, April 2007.
“Ophelia, interrupted: Reading women’s memoir as young adult literature.” National Reading Conference, Miami, Florida, December 2005.
“Making race visible in young adult fiction.” Respondent, National Council of Teachers of English, Pittsburgh, PA, November 2005.
“’Maybe I’ve read too many fairy tales’: Sexuality, violence and adolescent girlhood in Francesca Lia Block’s ‘Wolf.’” American Educational Research Association, Montréal, Canada 2005.
“Reading girlhoods: Feminist poststructural literary theory as critical literacy practice.” National Reading Conference, San Antonio, Texas, December 2004.
“Transforming fairy tales: Representations of adolescent girlhood in Francesca Lia Block’s Wolf.” International Literacy and Education Research Network Conference on Learning, Havana Cuba, June 2004.
“‘Maybe I’ve read too many fairy tales: Rethinking adolescent girlhood in Francesca Lia Block’s ‘Wolf.’” Children’s Literature Association Conference, Fresno, Ca, June 2004.
“Red, white and Drew: The case of gendered childhood.” National Reading Conference. Phoenix, AZ, Dec. 2003.
“Citizen Drew: Nancy Drew and the case of the All-American girl.” Critical Perspectives on Children’s Literature Conference. Nashville, TN, April, 2003.
“Mourning Ophelia: Adult women’s representations of adolescent girlhood.” Modern Language Association Conference, New York, NY, December 2002.
“Incestuous Lessons: The daughter’s education in Charlotte Huck’s Princess Furball, Francesca Lia Block’s The Rose and The Beast, and Emma Donoghue’s Kissing the Witch.” Children’s Literature Association Conference, Wilkes-Barre, PA, June, 2002.
“The daughter’s disenchantment: Incest as pedagogy in fairy tale and women’s memoir.” Modern Critical Approaches to Children’s Literature, Nashville, TN, April, 2001.
“Historical representations of girls and women in children’s fiction.” The Ohio State University’s Children’s Literature Conference, Columbus, OH, February, 2000. Presented with Theresa Rogers and Cynthia Tyson.
“A study of ’storying’ in the context of a family literacy project.” The NCTE annual convention, Denver, CO, November, 1999. Presented with Theresa Rogers.
“Multiple approaches to community-based literacy programs.” The NCTE spring convention, Cincinnati, Ohio, March, 1999. Presented with Theresa Rogers and Cynthia Tyson.
Dr. Elizabeth Marshall