Ebony Elizabeth Thomas
Ebony Elizabeth Thomas
Associate Professor, Joint Program in English and Education, University of Michigan
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The dark fantastic
EE Thomas
The Dark Fantastic, 2019
Restorying the self: Bending toward textual justice
EE Thomas, A Stornaiuolo
Harvard Educational Review 86 (3), 313-338, 2016
Examining studies of inquiry-based learning in three fields of education: Sparking generative conversation
BLM Levy, EE Thomas, K Drago, LA Rex
Journal of teacher education 64 (5), 387-408, 2013
Stories still matter: Rethinking the role of diverse children's literature today
EE Thomas
Language Arts 94 (2), 112, 2016
Disrupting educational inequalities through youth digital activism
A Stornaiuolo, EE Thomas
Review of Research in Education 41 (1), 337-357, 2017
" We Always Talk About Race": Navigating Race Talk Dilemmas in the Teaching of Literature
EE Thomas
Research in the Teaching of English, 154-175, 2015
Applying Toulmin: Teaching logical reasoning and argumentative writing
LA Rex, EE Thomas, S Engel
English Journal, 56-62, 2010
Making it relevant: How a black male teacher sustained professional relationships through culturally responsive discourse
EE Thomas, CA Warren
Race Ethnicity and Education 20 (1), 87-100, 2017
Walking the talk: Examining privilege and race in a ninth-grade classroom
K Sassi, EE Thomas
English Journal, 25-31, 2008
An ethical dilemma: Talking about plagiarism and academic integrity in the digital age
EE Thomas, K Sassi
English Journal, 47-53, 2011
Restorying as political action: Authoring resistance through youth media arts
A Stornaiuolo, EE Thomas
Learning, Media and Technology 43 (4), 345-358, 2018
Dilemmatic conversations: Some challenges of culturally responsive discourse in a high school English classroom
EE Thomas
Linguistics and Education 24 (3), 328-347, 2013
Much ado about A Fine Dessert: The cultural politics of representing slavery in children’s literature
EE Thomas, D Reese, KT Horning
Journal of Children’s literature 42 (2), 6-17, 2016
“If You Weren’t Researching Me and a Friend...” The Mobius of Friendship and Mentorship as Methodological Approaches to Qualitative Research
K Sassi, EE Thomas
Qualitative Inquiry 18 (10), 830-842, 2012
Landscapes of city and self: Place and identity in urban young adult literature
EE Thomas
Toward a Theory of the Dark Fantastic: The Role of Racial Difference in Young Adult Speculative Fiction and Media.
EE Thomas
Journal of Language and Literacy Education 14 (1), n1, 2018
Race, storying, and restorying: What can we learn from Black fans
EE Thomas, A Stornaiuolo
Transformative Works and Cultures 29, 2019
Critical engagement with middle grades reads: Who lives? Who thrives? Who tells your story?
EE Thomas
Voices from the Middle 26 (2), 13-16, 2018
Notes toward a Black fantastic: Black Atlantic flights beyond Afrofuturism in young adult literature
EE Thomas
The Lion and the Unicorn 43 (2), 282-301, 2019
“We're saying the same thing”: How English teachers negotiated solidarity, identity, and ethics through talk and interaction
EE Thomas
University of Michigan, 2010
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