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Jacqueline Reid-Walsh

Jacqueline Reid-Walsh

Associate Professor of Education, Language & Literacy Education and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

259 Chambers Building
Office Phone: (814) 867-2732


Jacqueline Reid-Walsh's (McGill University) research interests include historical children's literature and culture, children's and youth popular culture, comparative media literacy and girlhood studies. A literary historian working with theoretical lenses drawn from cultural studies, children's studies and feminist studies, she has co-edited and co-authored several books. Her most recent book is Girl Culture: An Encyclopedia (2007). She is a founding editor of new journal called Girlhood Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal.

Research Interests:

Popular Culture, Literature, and the Arts