The DALN is a valuable resource for scholars in literacy studies, rhetoric, composition, digital media studies, and related fields. The site informs and enriches their teaching, research, and scholarship, as seen below. We are constantly adding to this list. If you have an entry for inclusion not indicated below, please email Ben McCorkle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alexander, Kara Poe. “Rendering Private Writing Public in the DALN.” Composition Forum 36, Summer 2017. Web.
Apostel, Shawn. “DALN Volunteering at CCCC.” Kairos PraxisWiki. 2014. Web.
Bryson, K. (2012). “The Literacy Myth in the Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives.” Computers and Composition, 29, 254–268. Print.
Comer, Kathryn B., and Michael Harker. “The Pedagogy of the Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives: A Survey” Computers and Composition Volume 35, March 2015: 65-85. Print.
Harker, Michael, and Ben McCorkle. “Some Thoughts on the DALN as Utility.” Composition Forum 36, Summer 2017. Web.
Harker, Michael, and Matthew Sansbury. “The Digital Literacy Narratives of DMAC: Developing Contexts, Experiences, and Identities.” Ball, DeWitt, DeVoss, Selfe, eds. Computers and Composition Online, Spring 2015. Web.
Kuzawa, Deborah. “Queering Composition, Queering Archives: Personal Narratives and the Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives.” Electronic Thesis or Dissertation. Ohio State University, 2015. OhioLINK Electronic Theses and Dissertations Center. 23 May 2015. Web.
Scenters-Zapico, John. “On Creating a Satellite Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives: The Stories We Tell By.” Computers and Composition Online, Spring 2014. Web.
Smith, Kevin G. “Negotiating Community Literacy Practice: Public Memory Work and the Boston Marathon Bombing Digital Archive.” Computers and Composition, Volume 40, June 2016: 115–130. Web.
Soliday, Mary. “Textual Encounters in the DALN / Composition Forum on the DALN.” Alexander, Kara Poe. “Rendering Private Writing Public in the DALN.” Composition Forum 36, Summer 2017. Web.
Ulman, H. Lewis, Scott Lloyd DeWitt, and Cynthia L. Selfe, Eds. Stories That Speak to Us. Logan, UT: Computers and Composition Digital P/Utah State UP, 2013. Web.
Young, Morris. “Re/Visioning Asian American Literacy Narratives through the DALN.” Composition Forum 36, Summer 2017. Web.
Beach, Richard, Anthony Johnston, and Amanda Haertling Thein. Identity-Focused ELA Teaching: A Curriculum Framework for Diverse Learners. New York: Routledge, 2015. Print. (p. 196)
Berry, Patrick W., and Alexandra J. Cavallaro with Elaine Vázquez, Carlos R. DeJesús, and Naomi García. “Sustaining Narratives of Hope: Literacy, Multimodality, and the Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos High School.” English Education (July 2014): 279-299. Print.
Boyle, Casey, and Stephanie Vie, Laura Micciche, Melanie Yergeau, Caroline Dadas, Janine Morris, Christian Smith, Lisa Blankenship. “e.pluribus plures: DMAC and its keywords.” Computers and Composition, Available online 24 April 2015, ISSN 8755-4615.
Breger, Claudia. “Affects in Configuration: A New Approach to Narrative Worldmaking.” Narrative 25.2 (2017): 227-251. Print.
Carpenter, Russell. “Flipping the Creativity Class: Creating Active Learning Environments for Student Innovations.” Best Practices for Flipping the College Classroom. Eds. Julee B. Waldrop and Melody A. Bowdon. New York: Routledge Press, 2015. 118-130. Print.
Frost, Erin. “An Apparent Feminist Approach to Transnational Technical Rhetorics: The Ongoing Work of Nujood Ali.” Peitho 16.2 (2015): 183-199. Web.
Hall, Anne-Marie, and Christopher Minnix. “Beyond the Bridge Metaphor: Rethinking the Place of the Literacy Narrative in the Basic Writing Curriculum.” Journal of Basic Writing 31.2 (Fall 2012): 57-82. Print.
Harker, Michael. The Lure of Literacy: A Critical Reception of the Compulsory Composition Debate. SUNY P, 2015. Print.
Hesse, Doug. “The 2016 NCTE Presidential Address: What Arts of Language Matter Now?” Research in the Teaching of English 51 (February 2017): 361-379. Print.
Jessica, Enoch and Pamela VanHaitsma. “Archival Literacy: Reading the Rhetoric of Digital Archives in the Undergraduate Classroom.” CCC 67.2 (December 2015): 216-242. Print.
Johnson, LL, N Sieben, and D Buxton. “Collaborative Design as Mediated Praxis: Professional Development for Socially Just Pedagogies.” English Education 50 (2), 172-198. Print.
Lawrence, Ann M. “Literacy narratives as sponsors of literacy: Past contributions and new directions for literacy-sponsorship research.” Curriculum Inquiry 45.3 (2015).
Matthews, Nicole, and Naomi Sunderland. Digital Storytelling in Health and Social Policy: Listening to Marginalised Voices. Routledge, 2017. Print.
Reid, Lynn. “Returning Adults in the Multimodal Classroom.” Showcasing the Best of CIWIC/DMAC: Approaches to Teaching and Learning in Digital Environments. Ed. Trey Conatser. 1 (2015). n. pag. Web. 5 May 2015.
Selfe, Cynthia L., and Gail Hawisher. “2014 CCCC Exemplar Award Acceptance Speech.” CCC 67.1 (September 2015): 121-125. Print.
VanHaitsma, Pamela. “New Pedagogical Engagements with Archives: Student Inquiry and Composing in Digital Spaces.” College English 78.1 (September 2015): 34-55. Print.
Walls, Douglas M. “Access(ing) the coordination of writing networks.” Computers and Composition, Volume 38, Part A, December 2015, Pages 68-78, ISSN 8755-4615.
Williams, Bronwyn T. Literacy Practices and Perceptions of Agency: Composing Identities. Routledge, 2017.
Yancey, Kathleen Blake. “Two Notes Toward a Theory For Writing for the Public.” The Power of Writing: Dartmouth ’66 in the Twenty-First Century. Eds. Christiane Donahue and Kelly Blewett. Dartmouth College Press, May 22, 2015.
Dickens, Andrea (Arizona State University): award-winning multimedia “Cultural Cookbook” writing class project at ASU, in which students submitted narratives to the DALN: http://english.clas.asu.edu/files/Writing Notes Spring 2015.pdf
Kuzawa, Deborah (The Ohio State University): English 1110.01 (FYC); English 1110.03 (FYC/Writing Workshop); English 2367
Northcut, Kathryn (Missouri University of Science & Technology): My ESL freshman composition students viewed a DALN video before they wrote their own literacy narrative essay. The student in the video was not American and that gave the students, mostly Chinese, confidence and added interest.
Kuzawa, Deborah. “The Personal is Academic: The Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives.” Conference on College
Composition and Communication. Indianapolis, IN: March 2014.
Kuzawa, Deborah. “The Personal is Academic: The Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives.” National Women’s Studies Association. Cincinnati, OH: November 2013.
Kuzawa, Deborah. “Public Perceptions, Personal Realities: The Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Las Vegas, NV: March 2013.
Kuzawa, Deborah. “Literacies and Identities in Context: Communities, Classrooms, and Nontraditional Adult Students.” Conference on College Composition and Communication–Qualitative Research Network. St. Louis, MO: March 2012.
Kuzawa, Deborah. “Literacy Narratives as Critical Work: Using Literacy Narratives in Composition Classrooms.” Presented with J. Voss at Midwest Two Year College Association. Columbus, OH: October 2011.
Kuzawa, Deborah. “Queering the Archive.” 3rd Annual TransOhio Transgender and Ally Symposium. The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH: August 2010.
Sansbury, Matthew. “‘Collecting [is] Thinking. Thinking [is] Collecting’: Remediating the Archive.” South Atlantic Modern Language Association (SAMLA Conference). Atlanta Marriott Buckhead Hotel & Conference Center. Atlanta, GA: November 2015.
Sansbury, Matthew. “Taking Action by Transferring Literacy across Multimodal Contexts: ‘Visual Languages That Interface Many Kinds of Discourses.’” Conference on College Composition and Communication. George R. Brown Convention Center. Houston, TX: April 2016.
Kuzawa, Deborah. “Queering Composition with the Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives,”
half-day workshop co-facilitator, Conference on College Composition and
Communication. Tampa, FL: March 2015 (proposed, not yet accepted)
Kuzawa, Deborah. “Everybody has a (literacy) Story: Collecting and Preserving the Narratives of Our Community,” all-day workshop facilitator, TransOhio Transgender and Ally Symposium. The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH: August 2011.
Kuzawa, Deborah. “Everybody has a Literacy Story: Literacy Narrative Collection, Digital Media, and the Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives,” half-day workshop co-facilitator, Computers and Writing. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI: May 2011.
Kuzawa, Deborah. “Recording, Preserving, and Using Literacy Narratives in Composition Classrooms and Community Spaces,” co-speaker, Conference on College Composition and Communication, Louisville, KY: March 2010.
2009-2012 (primarily): Gallery Hop (in front of Stonewall Columbus), Glamarama (burlesque craft and class event), TranOhio Transgender and Ally Symposium, International Drag King Community Extravaganza, Ohio ABLE GED graduation. Also received DALN grants to collect narratives in honor of Columbus’ Bicentennial (including feminist entrepreneurs and LGBTQ people of color in Columbus)
Kuzawa, Deborah. “Literacy Narratives as Critical Work,” Department of English: First
Wednesdays. Denison University, Granville, OH: November 2011.