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Marshall A. George

Olshan Professor of Clinical Practice


Hunter West 1026




Doctor of Education (Ed. D.) English Education University of Tennessee Knoxville

Master of Education (M.Ed.) Curriculum and Instruction / English University of Southern Mississippi

Bachelor of Arts (A.B.) English and Education University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

SEDC 711 Advanced Study of Young Adult Literature in Our Diverse Society


After having done research and scholarship focusing on the integration of adolescent literature in the middle and high school curriculum for almost two decades, I have begun studying the purposeful integration of contemporary technologies across the curriculum in secondary schools and in teacher education. I am currently engaged in the study of clinical models of teacher preparation in urban settings.


George, M.A., Pope, C.A., Reid, L (2015). Contemporary literacies and technologies in English language arts teacher education: Shift happens! Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education 15(1).
Glenn, W. & George, M. (2012). Looking into and beyond time and place: The timeless potential of YA lit in a time of limited opportunity. The ALAN Review. 40 (1), 38-47.
Hawthorne, S., Goodwyn, A., George, M., Reid, L., & Shoffner, M. (2012) The state of English education: Considering possibilities in a troubled world. English Education 44(3), 288-311.
Miller, s.j , Williamson, P., George, M.A., King, J., Charest, B., Bieler, D., & Bolf-Beliveau, L (2011). Applying the CEE position statement Beliefs about Social Justice in English Education to classroom praxis. English Education 44(1), 63-82.
George, M.A. (2011) Preparing teachers to teach adolescent literature in the 21st century. Theory into Practice, 50:3, 182-189.
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