Invited Talks and Keynotes

Marshall, E. (2019, May). Monstrous women, violence and children’s literature. Sunday Salon Talk for Matilda, Arts Club Theatre Company, Vancouver BC.

Marshall, E. (2019, May). Monstrous matrons: Picturing women educators in popular culture. UBC, LLED graduate student conference. Vancouver BC.

Marshall, E. (2017, August). The Trials and Tribulations of Little Red Riding Hood. International Research Society for Children’s Literature. Toronto, ON. 

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

Marshall, E. (2014, November). Monstrous school teachers in children’s culture. Association for Research in Cultures of Young People. Vancouver, BC. 

Marshall, E. (2014, March). Fairy tale dystopias. Association for Research in Cultures of Young People. Vancouver, BC.

Marshall, E. (2013, July). Teaching with and through Popular Culture. Seattle Art Museum Summer Educators Workshop. Seattle, WA.

Marshall, E. (2013, June). Graphic knowledge: Trauma and the child witness. Symposium on Visual/Verbal texts. University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, MB.

Marshall, E. (2012, November). Trauma and young adult literature: Representing adolescence and ‘knowledge’ in David Small’s "Stitches". Department of Curriculum and Instruction, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.

Marshall, E. (2012, April). Global girls and strangers: Transnational travel in the Nancy Drew Mysteries. Keynote. Stranger in a Strange Land Children’s Literature Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.

Marshall, E. (2010, July). Marketing American girls: Resisting corporate representations of gender. The D.I.V.A. Institute, Miami University, Miami OH.

Marshall, E. (2005, December). Sex, violence and ‘Little Red Riding Hood.’ Critical Literacy and Children’s Literature Symposium, American University, Washington DC.

Marshall, E. (2005, October). 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, MD.

Marshall, E. (2005, April). Fairy tale girlhoods in Emma Donoghue’s "Kissing the Witch". Women’s Studies Department, University of California, Berkeley, CA.

Marshall, E. (2004, May). Runaway daughters: Incest as pedagogy in fairy tales and Kathryn Harrison’s "The Kiss". Women’s Studies Forum. College Park, MD.

Marshall, E. (2004, April). Re-reading fairy tales: Poststructural feminist theory as critical literacy practice. Critical Literacy Symposium, American University, Washington DC.