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NameCurrent Projects / InterestsContact
Emilie OwensChildren’s media and practice theory; the relationship between young people and digital social media; post humanism and particle physics; TikTok and mythemilieowens.ca
queergameslibrary.com
emlem.owens@gmail.com
Sonali KulkarniCurrently teaching courses on children’s literature in translation, reviewing children’s and young adult books and canon formation at Tilburg uni. Research interests: multilingualism and translation in children’s literature and media, postcolonialism. Curious about digital humanitiess.s.kulkarni@tilburguniversity.edu
Marine BernardDiversity in young adult literature and media, narrative design in video games, transmedia worlds, fandoms and online communities.marine.bernard7@gmail.com
Katja Schreiber
Bulwach SereechaipornChildren’s books, tv shows, games, application, social media, and learning activities for social justice and children’s liberation and political participation; 
reading promotion and publishing system.
b.sereechaiporn@gmail.com
bsereechaiporn.wixsite.com/allaboutmyprojects
FB: ChildrensBooksOutThere
Maëlle AsselinAnimated films; ecopedagogy; materiality of picturebooks and applications.asselin.maelle@gmail.com
Darrel MarcoRepresentations of the Bakla in Filipino children’s picturebooks, and the intersectionality of class, sexual orientation, gender expression, and social expectations.darrelomarco@gmail.com
Jéssica TolentinoExamining the Latin American canon as resissued for children in picturebooks.jessicamatolentino@gmail.com
Laura CesaCritical mixed race studies; Picturebooks as transformative texts; textual and visual representations of racial, cultural, and ethnic identity; identity formation in contemporary culture; video games as culturelauracesa1@hotmail.com
queergameslibrary.com
Yuyu LiuChild-computer Interaction; Computational Thinking Education; Children’s Games, Applications, and E-learning; Reading Promotionyuyuliu.com
Maria Jose CamposAnimation, mythology, manga, children’s Picturebooks, children’s media creation process, practice and research.mariajosecampos.com
hello@mariejosecampos.com
Hubbiah RafaqatComing-of-age studies; girlhood in young adult media and culture; cinematic portrayals of nostalgia, childhood and maturation; Game design as narrative architecture; co-authorship in broadcast gameplay & chaos theory.hubbiah.rafaqat@gmail.com
Rawan GharibAdaption, children’s poetry, Picturebooks, crossover literature and film, intergenerational relations and practices, play culture and cognitive literary criticism. rawangharib7@gmail.com
Luxin YinRemapping the Medical Humanities with Children’s and YA Life Narratives2541036Y@student.gla.ac.uk
Tierra ColbergEvaluating the place of culture in place-based education pedagogies.2552591C@student.gla.ac.uk
Filipus Gilang WicaksonoUsing netnographic frameworks to study fans within a fan culture in relation to children’s media and texts.filipusgilangwicaksono01@gmail.com
Sandra OropezaMultimodal analyses of the representation of fictional dictators in picturebooks in order to identify how they communicate an anti-authoritarian ideology.2573873O@student.gla.ac.uk
Kebere MaldayeExamining the relational understanding of children’s and young adults’ agency, not as a possession of the individual but rather as relationally produced through various human, non-human, material, and cultural forces.2542312M@student.gla.ac.uk
Sadia Zafrin LiaReframing challenging picturebooks through the lens of childism, which subverts the normative paradigm of adultism to assert and establish child perspectives.2574598L@student.gla.ac.uk
María Teresa
Salcedo Montero
Investigating in what ways writing can help children who have been part of armed groups in order to reaffirm their lives outside of war, and to explore the possibility of writing processes to challenge the coloniality of power.monteromatesalcedo@gmail.com
Diana CruzProposing an intersection between the social semiotic transactions of image reading in modality and dialogic exchanges.diana.cruzv1994@gmail.com
Ala’ KramanReading into the representation of homes during the COVID-19 mandated lockdowns, and using literature to investigate children’s feelings and perceptions of the lockdowns.2387250Q@student.gla.ac.uk
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