The journal Literacy (formerly Reading) is published three times a year and received by all members of UKLA. It is a refereed journal for those interested in the study and development of literacy education. The following kinds of contributions are welcomed:
Editor-in – Chief:
Dr Jill McClay,
University of Alberta
11210 - 87 Ave
Edmonton AB T6G 2G5
Dr Clare Dowdall ,
Lecturer in Language and Literacy Education
Devon, PL4 8AA
Cathy Burnett, Sheffield Hallam University, Gabrielle Cliff Hodges, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, Victoria Carrington, University of East Anglia, Barbara Comber, Queensland University of Technology, Teresa Cremin, The Open University, Julia Davies, University of Sheffield, Sue Ellis, University of Strathclyde, Andrew Goodwyn, University of Reading, Shirley Brice Heath, Stanford University, USA, Andrew Lambirth, The University of Greenwich, Margaret Mackey, School of Library and Information Studies, University of Alberta, Canada, Guy Merchant, School of Education, Sheffield Hallam University, Trinka Messenheimer, Bowling Green State University, Ohio, USA, Debra Myhill, University of Exeter, Kate Pahl, School of Education, University of Sheffield, Lissa Paul, Brock University, Canada, Taffy E. Raphael, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA, Vivienne Smith, University of Strathclyde, Janet Soler, The Open University, Graeme Trousdale, The University of Edinburgh, Christopher S. Walsh, The Open University, Owen Barden, Liverpool Hope University.
Editorial Advisory Group
Ann Burke (Canada), Cathy Burnett (UK) Gabrielle Cliff Hodges (UK), Margaret Cook (UK), Clare Dowdall (UK), Sue Dymoke (UK), Rosie Flewitt (UK), Rósa Guðrún Eggertsdóttir (Iceland) Christine Hall (UK), Karl Kitching (Ireland), Andrew Lambirth (UK), Margaret Mallett (UK), Tony Martin (UK), Trinka Messenheimer (USA), Elaine Millard (UK), Malcolm Reed (UK), Dinah Volk (UK)
Sample Articles in 2010 include:
Gabrielle Cliff Hodges: Reasons for reading: why literature matters 44, 2, 60-68.
Christine Hall and Pat Thomson: Grounded literacies: the power of listening to, telling and performing community stories 44, 2, 69-75.
Caroline Pearson: Acting up or acting out? Unlocking children's talk in literature circles 44, 1, 3-11.
Mary Louise Gomez, Melissa Schieble, Jen Scott Curwood and Dawnene Hassett: Technology, learning and instruction: distributed cognition in the secondary English classroom 44, 2, 20-27.
Legacy files of Literacy or Reading, back to Volume 1 (1967), are now available to logged-in UKLA members on Blackwell Synergy here.