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No longer a dull book
Ralph Waldo Emerson has received scant attention as a philosopher of reading. One reason for his absence as a philosopher in the literature on reading theory could be connected to the challenges his writings pose, as Zwarg ...
Reading as assemblage
This interview study investigated academic readers’ reading practices using Deleuze and Guattari’s concept assemblage to produce language and images of reading that recognized the complex relations among texts, people, ...
Literacy in the art museum
The purpose of this eight-month qualitative investigation, conceived as a space study, was to examine literacy in two art museums. Literacy is broadly defined to include not only print text practices, but also the reading ...
Integrating visual and language arts
This case study investigates a teacher’s curriculum composing in a sixth grade English language arts class, focusing on the teacher’s problem solving and use of drawing to integrate the curriculum with visual arts. Framing ...
Reading when they don't have to
This interview study set in a southeastern U.S. city used de Certeauian (1984), Foucauldian (1972/1969, 1979/1975) and Bakhtinian (1981, 1986) theories to investigate how twelve adult comic book readers' in- and out-of-school ...