Also refer to Books section and Weblinks section

Bigelow,W. et al 1994.Rethinking Our Classrooms. East Keefe, MI: Rethinking Schools.

Comber, B. 1993. Classroom Explorations in Critical Literacy. The Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 16 (1), February.

Comber, Barbara, and Anne Simpson. 2001. Negotiating Critical Literacies in Classrooms. Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Comber, B., and P. Thomson, with M. Wells. 2001 (forthcoming). “Critical literacy finds a ‘place’: Writing and social action in a neighborhood school.” Elementary School Journal, 100. Vol 101 (4), 451-464.

Comber, B. And B. Kamler. 1997. Critical Literacies: Politicizing the Language Classroom. Interpretations, 30 (1), pp. 30-53.

Comber B. and Phil Cormack. 1997. Looking Beyond ‘Skills’ and ‘Processes’: Literacy as Social and Cultural Practices in Classrooms. UKRA Reading, November 1997.

Epstein,D. 1994. “Child-centered and anti-racist education”. In Changing Classroom Cultures: Anti-racism, Politics, and Schools. England: Trentham Books Ltd.

Harste, Jerome C. 2000. “Supporting Critical Conversations in Classrooms.” In Adventuring with Books, edited by Kathryn Mitchell Pierce. Urbana, IL: NCTE.

Harste, J., C. Leland, M. Lewison,A,. Ociepka and V. Vasquez. 2000. “Supporting Critical Conversations in Classrooms”. In Adventuring With Books, edited by Mitchell Pierce, Urbana, IL. National Council of Teachers of English.

Heffernan, Lee, and Mitzi Lewison. 2000. “Making Real World Issues Our Business: Critical Literacy in a Third-Grade Classroom.” Primary Voices 9 (2), pp.15 – 21.

Janks, Hilary, ed. 1993. Critical Language Awareness Series. Johannesburg, South Africa: Hodder & Stoughton.

Leland, Christine, Jerome Harste, Anne Ociepka, Mitzi Lewison and Vivian Vasquez. 1999. Exploring Critical Literacy: You can hear a pin drop. Language Arts, 77. pp 70-77

Luke, Allan, and Peter Freebody. 1999. “Further Notes on the Four Resources Model.” Reading Online. Posted August 1999.

Muspratt, Sandy, Allan Luke, and Peter Freebody. 1997. Constructing Critical Literacies: Teaching and Learning Textual Practice. Cresskill, N.J.: Hampton Press.

O’Brien, Jennifer. 1994. ” Show Mum You Love Her: Taking a New Look at Junk Mail.” Reading 28 (1), pp.43-6.

Vasquez, V. (2005) Resistance, power-tricky, and colorless energy: What Engagement with Everyday Popular Culture Texts Can Teach Us about Learning and Literacy. In Marsh J. (Ed.) Popular Culture, Media and Digital Literacies in Early Childhood. Falmer Press, UK.

Vasquez, V. (2005) Creating Spaces for Critical Literacy with Young Children: Using Everyday Issues and Everyday Print. In Evans, J. (Ed.) Reading Isn’t Just about Books: 21st Century Approaches for 21st Century Children. David Fulton Publishers (UK) and Heinemann (USA) .

Vasquez, V. (2005) Critical Literacy. In Larson, J. and Marsh, J. Framing Literacies: Multiple Perspectives on Literacy Learning. London, New Dehli, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Contributor.

Vasquez, V. (2004). Negotiating Critical Literacies with Young Children. Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
• Winner of the 2005 James N. Britton Award for exemplary studies in the English/Language Arts.
• Winner of the 2006 AERA Division B Outstanding Book of the Year Award.

Vasquez, V., Egawa, K., with Harste, J.C. and Thompson, R. (Eds.) (2004) Literacy as Social Practice: Relocating Your Reading and Language Arts Curriculum. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English.

Vasquez, V., with Muise, M., Nakai, D, Shear, J., Heffernan, L., Adamson, S. (2003) Getting Beyond I Like the Book: Creating Spaces for Critical Literacy in K-6 Classrooms. Newark, DE: International Reading Association. 105 pages.
• Chosen as the IRA Book Club Book of the Month for May 2003.
• One of the top ten books requested by educators from the IRA in 2003

Vasquez, V.. 2001 “Negotiating Critical Literacies in Elementary Classrooms.” In Critical Literacy at Elementary Sites. Comber, B. & Simpson, A. (Eds.). Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Vasquez, V. 2001. “Creating a Critical Literacy Curriculum with Young Children”. Phi Delta Kappa International Research Bulletin. Bloomington, IN: PDK.

Vasquez, V. (2001). (Ed) Critical Literacy: What Is It, and What Does It Look Like in Elementary Classrooms. School Talk. 6(3). pp.1-8. Urbana,IL: National Council of Teachers of English.-

Vasquez, Vivian. 2000. “Building Community through Social Action.” School Talk 5 (4).

Vasquez, V. 2000. “Getting beyond ‘I Like the Book’: Putting a Critical Edge on Kids’ Purposes for Reading.” School Talk 5 (2).

Vasquez, V. 2000. “Language Stories and Critical Literacy Lessons”. Talking Points 11 (2), pp. 5-7.

Vasquez, V. 2000. “Our Way: Using the Everyday to Create a Critical Literacy Curriculum.” Primary Voices 9 (2), pp. 8-13.

Harste, J. and V.Vasquez .(1998). The Work We Do: Journal as Audit Trail.
Language Arts. 75(4). pp.266-276. Urbana,IL: National Council of Teachers
of English.

Vasquez, V .1999 “Negotiating Critical Literacies with Young Children”. Unpublished Dissertation. Indiana University, Bloomington.

Vasquez, V.. 1998. “Building Equitable Communities: Taking Social Action in a Kindergarten Classroom.” Talking Points 9 (2), pp. 3-6.

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