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About Stephanie Abraham

My research focuses on the natural language and literacy practices of emerging bilingual children and how to develop critical language pedagogies for P-12 educators. One current project is located at Mighty Writers in Philadelphia, where I'm documenting the translanguaging practices of Latinx in an after school writing program, and it is funded by the Spencer Foundation. Another project is located in Oaxaca, Mexico which is a transnational teacher education project that brings 12 educators from New Jersey to study language, literacy, and culture for one month, and it is funded by the Fulbright Hays Program.

Positions

2014 - Present Assistant Professor, Language, Literacy, & Sociocultural Education, Rowan University College of Education
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Grants

2019 - 2020 Translanguaging as Resistance and Restoration: Languages and Literacies in a Bilingual Community Writing Program
Spencer Foundation
$50,000
2018 - 2019 Language, Literacy, & Cultural in Oaxaca, Mexico: A Rowan Summer Experience for K-12 Educators
Fulbright Hayes Group
Fulbright Hayes Group Projects Abroad Grant
$90,000
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Honors and Awards

  • Fulbright Specialist Roster Member, Latin America, 2017-2020

Education

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2014 Ph.D., Language & Literacy Education, University of Georgia
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2009 Ed.S., Language & Literacy Education, University of Georgia
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2006 M.Ed., Early Childhood Education, North Georgia College and State University
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2002 B.S., Early Childhood Education, North Georgia College and State University
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Recent Works (2)

Earlier Articles (4)