Promising Researcher Award - NCTE

NCTE Promising Researcher Award Recipients

2021

Stephanie Toliver, University of Colorado, Boulder
Freedom Dreaming in a Broken World: The Black Radical Imagination in Black Girls’ Science Fiction Stories

2020
Ryan Schey, Auburn University
Youths’ Choices to Read Optional Queer Texts in a High School ELA Classroom: Navigating Visibility through Literacy Sponsorship

2019
Tracy T. Flores, University of Texas at Austin
Cultivando La Voz Mujer: Latina Adolescent Girls and Their Mothers Rewriting Their Pasts and Imagining Their Futures

2018
Cati de los Ríos, University of California, Davis
Toward a Corridista Consciousness: Learning From One Transnational Youth’s Critical Reading, Writing, and Performance of Mexican Corridos

2017
Lamar Johnson, Michigan State University, East Lansing, “Where Do We Go From Here?: Toward a Critical Race English Education”

Honorable Mention: Jon M. Wargo, “Designing More Just Social Futures or Remixing the Radical Present? Queer Rhetorics, Multimodal (Counter)Storytelling, and the Politics of LGBTQ Youth Activism”

2016
Tamara Butler, Michigan State University, East Lansing, “‘We Need a Song’: Sustaining Critical Youth Organizing Literacies through World Humanities”

Christian Ehret, McGill University, Montréal, Québec, “Moments of Literacy Teaching and Learning in a Children’s Hospital: Affects, Textures and Temporalities”

2015
Logan Manning, University of Texas, San Antonio, “Rewriting Struggles as Strength: Young Adult Reflections on the Significance of their High School Poetry Community”

 

List of all recipients 1974- Present