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Museum Literacies in Mexico City: Formations of Power, Texts, and Identities

by A. Jonathan Eakle & Rosa Aurora Chávez-Eakle - 2013

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 115 Number 3, 2013, p. 1-36
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16897, Date Accessed: 8/1/2021 12:22:05 PM
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  • A. Jonathan Eakle
    Johns Hopkins University
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    A. JONATHAN EAKLE (Ph.D., The University of Georgia) is an associate professor in the Johns Hopkins University School of Education, where he conducts research on language and literacy practices in schools and informal learning environments, with an emphasis on museum literacies, symbolic systems, and the relations of visual arts, printed texts, and other media. Eakle serves on the advisory board of the Johns Hopkins University Press—the nation’s oldest academic press—and he is presently working on projects with the Smithsonian Institution. His coedited book on secondary school literacy is the third and most recent volume of a 50-year-old series pub¬lished by National Council of Teachers of English, and his recent book, published by Sage, centers on current debates in American education. His research also appears in Reading Research Quarterly, The Reading Teacher, and the Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, among other venues.
  • Rosa Chávez-Eakle
    Washington International Center for Creativity
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    ROSA AURORA CHÁVEZ-EAKLE is the director and founder of the Washington International Center for Creativity, where she practices psychotherapy and conducts creativity research. She earned an M.D. and a Ph.D. in medical sciences and completed a psychiatry residency at the National Autonomous University of Mexico and the National Institute of Psychiatry Ramon de la Fuente, where she founded the Unit for the Study and Development of Creativity. Chávez-Eakle is also a candidate at the Washington Center for Psychoanalysis. She was visiting scholar at the Torrance Center for Creative Studies at the University of Georgia and a postdoctoral fellow at Emory University’s Department of Psychiatry. Chávez-Eakle’s research appears in the Creativity Research Journal, Neuroimage, and Salud Mental, as well as in other publications.
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