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Kelly Bull

Headshot: Kelly Bull

Associate Professor - Education

Office:  Theresa 308

School: Education

Ph.D., University of Virginia
M.A.Ed., University of Alabama at Birmingham
B.S., Towson University
Research Interests:
Adolescent Literacy
Teacher Inquiry
Interdisciplinary Methods & Materials
Professional Memberships:
National Council of Teachers of English
Commission on the Study and Teaching of Adolescent Literature
International Reading Association
Assembly on Literature for Adolescents
Kappa Delta Pi
Maryland State Representative for the Assembly on Literature for Adolescents
State of Maryland International Reading Association Council
SoMIRAC, Literacy Educators of Maryland
Baltimore City Reading Council

Bull, K.  (2012).  Identifying obstacles and garnering support: Young adult literature in the English language arts classroom.  In J. Hayn, J. Kaplan (Eds.), Teaching young adult literature today: Insights, consideration and perspectives for  the classroom teacher and educational researcher (pp.).  Lanham:  Roman & Littlefield.
Bull, K. (2011).  Connecting with texts:  Teacher candidates reading young adult literature.  Theory Into Practice, 50 (3), 223–230.  
Letcher, M., & Bull, K.  (2009).  Analyzing style and intertextuality in Twilight.  Off the shelves.  English Journal, 98 (3),  113-116.