Ph.D. English Education, University of Virginia (2004)
M.A. American Studies, Boston College (1997)
B.A. English Teaching; History, University of New Hampshire (1995)
Exploring The Arts: Women In Art And Literature
First Year Seminar The War On Women: New Media And Historical Texts
Inquiry And Expression Literacy Across The Curric: Humanities
Instruction And Assessment In English Education
Literacy Across the Curriculum
Gender, Class, Race, and Sexuality
Project BUILD: Four Year Nonfiction Literacy Research Grant
Wallowitz, L. (Ed.). (2008). Critical literacy as resistance: Teaching for social justice across the secondary curriculum. New York: Peter Lang.
Wallowitz, L. (2004), Reading as Resistance: Gendered Messages in Literature and Media. English Journal, 93, 26-31.
Wallowitz, L. (2003), Women's Health Activism: Bridging Theory and Practice. Iris: a journal about women, 47, 64-67.
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Wallowitz, L. (2007). Critical Literacy as resistance: Problematizing race, gender, and class with urban youth. In Paris International Conference on Education, Economy, and Society. Paris, France.
Wallowitz, L. (2007). "Student's Negotiations of Heteronormative Spaces". In American Association of Curriculum Studies. Chicago, Illinois.
Wallowitz, L., & Linne. R. (2006). "Labor as Curriculum". In Conference on Curriculum Studies. Marbles Fall, Texas.
Wallowitz, L., & Bekkala, E. (2006). "Bridging cultures, bridging curriculum: Using text and image as a vehicle for interdisciplinary teaching.". In Second World Curriculum Conference. Tampere, Finland.
Wallowitz, L., & Linne, R. (2006). "Differentiation across the curriculum". In Hawaii International Conference on Education. Honolulu, Hawaii.
Emert, T., Wallowitz, L., & Levy, A. (2005). "Hot burning torches: Teaching YA books that sizzle with controversy". In ALAN Conference. Pittsburgh, PA.
Wallowitz, L. (2004). "Women's health activism in a feminist voice". In Bergamo Conference on Curriculum Theorizing. Daytone, Ohio.
Other Scholarly/Artistic Work
Wallowitz, L. "Just like Lizzie: Gender stereotyping, essentialism, and the domestication of rebellion in Disney's Lizzie Maguire." In Macedo, D., & Steinberg, S.R.(Eds.). Media literacy: A reader. New York: Peter Lang.
"Happy Victims: The Construction of Women in Advertising." In Jha and Nigam (Eds.) Women in advertising: Changing perceptions. ICFAI Books.
Honors and Accomplishments
Teaching Excellence Award, 2006-07
Keynote Speaker, Kappa Delta Pi, International Education Honor Society Induction Ceremony
Women's Recognition Award, SGA's Women's Recognition Dinner