Book Chapters

Marshall, E. (in press). Representations of youth, schooling, and education in dystopian YA novels.  In Cadden, M., Coates, K., &  Seelinger Trites, R. (Eds.). Options for Teaching YA fiction. (pp. forthcoming). New York: Modern Language Association. 

Pini, B., Marshall, E., & Keys, W. (2017, in press). Transgender rural childhoods: My prairie home. In A. Mandrona A. & Mitchell, C. (Eds.). Our Rural Selves: Memory, Place and the Visual in Canadian Rural Childhoods. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press.

Marshall, E. (2017). Barbie. In K. Peppler (Ed.), The SAGE encyclopedia of out-of-school learning (pp. 59-61). New York: SAGE.

Marshall, E. (2015). Fear and strangeness in picture books: Fractured Fairy tales, graphic knowledge, and teachers’ concerns. In Evans, J. (Ed.). Challenging and controversial picturebooks (pp. 160–177). New York & London: Routledge.

Marshall, E. & Sensoy, Ö. (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 (pp. 31–40). 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. (2008). ‘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 (pp. 30–49). Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.