Selected Refereed Conference Presentations

Marshall, E. (2017, August). Shaken not stirred: Children, childishness, and drink in visual culture. International Research Society for Children’s Literature. Toronto, ON. 

Marshall, E. (2016, November). At home in the world: Images of travel and race in Nancy Drew Mysteries and Comics. American Studies Conference, Denver, CO.

Marshall, E. (2016, November). Miserable Educations: Bad, Missing, and Impudent Schoolgirls. American Educational Studies Association. Seattle, WA.

Marshall, E. (2016, October). Miserable schoolgirls, trauma, and life writing. Youngsters Conference. Vancouver, BC.

Marshall, E. (2016, May). Girls in the woods: Pedagogies of sexual violence and sexualization in children's picture books. London, ON.

Marshall, E. (2015, October). Misery, schooling, and gender: Schoolgirls in picture books and comics. American Studies Association. Toronto, ON.

Marshall, E. (2015, August). Challenging fairy tales: Fear, Feminism, and Teaching. International Research Society for Children's Literature. Worcester, UK.

Marshall, E. (2015, August). Creating Schoolgirls. International Research Society for Children's Literature. Worcester, UK.

Marshall, E. Presented with Carmen Medina and D. Ted Hall. (2012, November). Class, Youth, and Cultural Texts: Revisiting the Politics of Economic Power. NCTE Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Marshall, E. (2012, June). Re-mixing the Monstrous (Step) Mother in Contemporary Fairy Tale Narratives. Children’s Literature Association Conference, Boston, MA.

Marshall, E. (2011, June). Schooling violence: Representations of Teachers in "Matilda". Children’s Literature Association Conference, Roanoke, VA.

Marshall, E. Presented with Theresa Rogers. (2011, April). On the road: Self-representations, homelessness and youth. American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

Marshall, E. (2010, June). Where in the world is Nancy Drew?: Consumption, difference, and the global girl citizen. Children’s Literature Association Conference, Ann Arbor, MI.

Marshall, E. Presented with Theresa Rogers. (2010, June). On the road: Self-representations, homelessness and youth. Children’s Literature Association Conference, Ann Arbor, MI.

Marshall, E. (2010, April). Where in the world is Nancy Drew?: Cultural pedagogies of gender, imperialism and girlhood. American Educational Research Association, Denver, CO.

Marshall, E. Presented with Özlem Sensoy. (2010, April). One World: Benevolent girlhood and the Cheetah Girls. American Educational Research Association, Denver, CO.

Marshall, E. Presented with Kelleen Toohey. (2010, January). Defeating pure evil: Community funds of knowledge and school. Hawaii International Conference on Education, HI.

Marshall, E. Presented with Özlem Sensoy. (2009, June). Missionary girl power: Saving the Third World one girl at a time. Critical Race and Anti-Colonial Studies Conference, Montreal, QC.

Marshall, E. Presented with Özlem Sensoy. (2009, April). Disrupting youth: Film as cultural teaching machines. American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

Marshall, E. (2009, April). Mobile Girlhoods: Pedagogies of gender and nationality in the Nancy Drew mystery series. American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

Marshall, E. Presented with Özlem Sensoy. (2009, March). The same old hocus pocus: Discourses of femininity in Shrek 2. Gender and Education Conference, London, UK.

Marshall, E. (2009, March). Where in the World is Nancy Drew? Pedagogies of gender and nationality. Gender and Education Conference, London, UK.

Marshall, E. Presented with Leigh Gilmore. (2008, December). Hunger, search, write. Modern Language Association. San Francisco, CA.

Marshall, E. (2008, June). Re-envisioning girlhood: Young women, femininities and American Girl. Children’s Literature Association conference. Normal, IL.

Marshall, E. Presented with Leigh Gilmore. (2008, May). Disputed Boundaries: The figure of the girl in women’s autobiography. Candian Women’s Studies Association/l’association canadienne des etudes sur les femmes. Vancouver, BC.

Marshall, E. (2008, March). It’s better than Barbie: Resistance, femininities and American Girl. American Educational Association, New York, NY.

Marshall, E. (2007, April). Girlhood, disrupted: Reading women’s memoir as young adult literature. American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Marshall, E. (2007, April). Surviving Ophelia: Hysterical schoolgirls, memory and adolescent femininity. American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Marshall, E. (2007, April). Diagnosing girlhood: Representations of madness and femininity in young adult fiction. Critical Perspectives on Children’s Literature, Nashville, TN.

 

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