Languages, Literature, & Philosophy

 

Ms. Julie Warner, NBCT

Instructor of English
912.344.2625
Gamble Hall 241 
Julie.Warner@armstrong.edu

Education
Doctoral Student ABD, Teachers College, Columbia University
MA, Kennesaw State University
BS, Georgia Southern University

Research and Teaching Interests
Unsanctioned literacy practices of youth; new media literacies; education for social justice, culturally relevant teaching; postcolonial and borderland studies; poststructuralist theory

Professional Activities
Technology Liaison, Leadership Team, Coastal Savannah Writing Project, Armstrong State University

Recent Publications
Warner, J. (2014) Writing in virtual worlds: Scratch programming as multimodal composing practice in the language arts classroom. In H.R. Gerber, S.S. Abrams, & M. Burgess (Eds.), Building literate connections through video games and virtual environments: Practical ideas and connections. Boston, MA: Sense Publishers.

Warner, J. (Fall 2011/Winter 2012). Loud silence: Using young adult literature to foster a discourse of antihomophobia. The Journal of the International Reading Association’s Special Interest Group: Network on Adolescent Literature SIGNAL Journal.

Warner, J. (Fall 2007/Winter 2008). Urban fiction in the classroom. The Journal of the International Reading Association’s Special Interest Group: Network on Adolescent Literature SIGNAL Journal.

Warner, J. (2007). Twenty-first century literacies: The effect of technology on audience awareness and language use and implications for the modern classroom. Georgia Council of Teachers of English Connections Journal. 44, 9-17.