Review of Educators on diversity, social justice, and schooling: A reader


  • Autumn Macie Dodge University of Lynchburg


Author Biography

Autumn Macie Dodge, University of Lynchburg

Autumn M. Dodge, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Language and Literacy Education at the University of Lynchburg where she teaches classes for the MEd in Reading and undergraduate education program. Her main areas of research are social justice issues in teacher education, specifically White teacher identity and LGBTQIA equity and inclusion; she also writes on intersections between literacy, literature, and pop culture. Dodge also served on the committee that developed revised 2017 Standards for International Literacy Association Standards, the national accreditating body for master’s programs preparing specialized literacy professionals. She is on the editorial review board for the Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, The Reading Teacher and SIGNAL Journal (Special Interest Group Network on Adolescent Literature).






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