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Metamorphic literatures: Voicing a new movement
by Bidell, Heather Naori, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2012: 159 pages; 3516369.
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The hip-hopsploitation film cycle: Representing, articulating, and appropriating hip-hop culture
by Sachs, Aaron Dickinson, Ph.D.  The University of Iowa. 2009: 322 pages; 3409503.
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Middle-school content -area teachers' beliefs about literacy and their classroom practices
by Maziarz, Margaret Kennedy, Ph.D.  Fordham University. 2007: 194 pages; 3255004.
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Career Women in Contemporary Japan: Pursuing Identities, Fashioning Lives
by Aronsson, Anne Stefanie, Ph.D.  Yale University. 2012: 383 pages; 3525198.
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Multimodal Biliteracy in the Arizona-Sonora Borderland
by Fierro, Ana V., Ed.D.  The University of Arizona. 2018: 110 pages; 10811178.
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On improvisation, learning, and literacy
by Welsh, Ryan Charles, Ph.D.  The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. 2014: 196 pages; 3636175.
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Shifting identities in the Brazilian restaurants of New York City
by Lopes, Thely Carvalho, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Albany. 2010: 350 pages; 3430559.
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The end of patriarchy: Manifesto for a new mythology
by Ballantyne, Jean C., Ph.D.  Saybrook University. 2015: 193 pages; 3720926.
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Staging lo Andino: The Scissors Dance, Spectacle, and Indigenous Citizenship in the New Peru
by Bush, Jason Alton, Ph.D.  The Ohio State University. 2011: 393 pages; 10630848.
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"Can't Teach an Old Hoe New Tricks": An Analysis of Instagram Comments on Black Women in Hip-Hop
by Sims, Yelana, M.A.  The George Washington University. 2018: 78 pages; 10745995.
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Through Horror, Humiliation, and Hope: Holocaust Commemoration and Memorialization in New Orleans, Louisiana
by Jagneaux, Kelsey N., M.A.  University of Louisiana at Lafayette. 2017: 112 pages; 10271548.
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Se ve, se siente: Transmedia mobilization in the Los Angeles immigrant rights movement
by Costanza-Chock, Sasha, Ph.D.  University of Southern California. 2010: 309 pages; 3418251.
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Framing Narratives: Gifted Students' Comic Memoirs in the English Classroom
by Kersulov, Michael L., Ph.D.  Indiana University. 2019: 252 pages; 13807895.
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On the Border, in the Margins, at the Center: Teachers Position Themselves in the School and Wider Community
by Rivera-Amezola, Robert, Ed.D.  University of Pennsylvania. 2018: 228 pages; 10840429.
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Remediating composition: Landmark pedagogies meet new media practices
by Marlow, Jennifer M., Ph.D.  State University of New York at Albany. 2011: 245 pages; 3454518.
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Navigating Learning in Bhutan, Land of the Thunder Dragon
by Stiles, Kathleen June Huck, Ph.D.  University of California, Santa Barbara. 2009: 208 pages; 3371687.
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The responses of fifth graders to Japanese pictorial texts
by Sakoi, Junko, Ph.D.  The University of Arizona. 2015: 278 pages; 3700794.
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Home Front: The Restrictive Covenant Cases and the Making of the Civil Rights Movement
by Gonda, Jeffrey David, Ph.D.  Yale University. 2012: 342 pages; 3525281.
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Close Reading in Secondary Classrooms: A 21st-Century Update for a 20th-Century Practice
by Catterson, Amy Koehler, Ph.D.  University of California, Berkeley. 2017: 141 pages; 10281978.
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