Dr. Elizabeth Marshall

Associate Professor, Faculty of Education

Research Interests

Marshall’s research interests include children’s and young adult literature, memoir, critical literacy, feminist literary theories, and popular culture. Her scholarship critically examines representations of childhood and adolescence within texts produced for, marketed to, and/or consumed by youth. Marshall is the co-editor (with Özlem Sensoy) of Rethinking Popular Culture and Media. She has published articles on Little Red Riding Hood, Nancy Drew, American Girl, Shrek, and coming-of-age memoirs, including Girl, Interrupted, The Kiss, and Stitches. Her work has been published in the Harvard Educational Review, Feminist Studies, Prose Studies,Gender and Education, Reading Research Quarterly, Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, College English, Children’s Literature Quarterly, and Rethinking Schools.

Research Highlights

Rethinking Popular Culture and Media