Dr. Elizabeth Marshall

Associate Professor, Faculty of Education
Director, Vancouver Campus Liaison

Research Interests

Elizabeth Marshall’s research interests include children’s and young adult literature, life writing, childhood, graphic narratives, and popular culture. She is the author of Graphic Girlhoods: Visualizing Education and Violence and co-author (with Leigh Gilmore) of Witnessing Girlhood: Toward an Intersectional Tradition of Life Writing. Her articles have appeared in Feminist Studies (Claire G. Moses Award for Most Theoretically Innovative Article in Feminist Theory), Feminist Media Studies, Women’s Studies, The Harvard Educational ReviewCollege English, and other journals. Marshall's forthcoming book focuses on representations of childhood and alcohol in American visual culture.  

With Kenneth Kidd (University of Florida) she co-edits the Children’s Literature and Culture series at Routledge, the oldest-running monograph series in the field, founded by Jack Zipes and recently edited by Philip Nel. 

Research Highlights

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