Stuart Greene

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Associate Professor of English

Specialty: Literacy, rhetoric, and critical race theory

Degrees: B.A., M.A., State University of New York at Binghamton; Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon

Stuart Greene is associate professor of English with a joint appointment in the department of Africana Studies. He has served in a number of administrative roles, including the O’Malley Director of the University Writing Program (1997–2004), director and founder of the minor in Education, Schooling, and Society (2002–2012), and Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies in Arts and Letters (2005–2010).  His research has examined the intersections of race, poverty, and achievement in public schools. This work has led to the publication of his co-edited volume, Making Race Visible: Literacy Research for Racial Understanding (Teachers College Press, 2003), for which he won the National Council of Teachers of English Richard A. Meade Award in 2005.  He also edited Literacy as a Civil Right (Peter Lang, 2008) and co-edited with Cathy Compton-Lilly, Bedtime Stories and Book Reports: Connecting Parent Involvement and Family Literacy (Teachers College Press, 2011). His current research focuses on literacy, youth empowerment and civic engagement in the context of university/community partnerships.

Recent Publications

  • Greene, S., Burke, K., McKenna, M. (Eds.). Youth Voices, Public Spaces, and Civic Engagement. London and New York: Routledge Press, 2016.
  • Greene, S., Burke, K., McKenna, M. “When Words Fail, Art Speaks”: Learning to Listen to Youth Stories in a Community Photovoice Project. In Greene, S., Burke, K., McKenna, M. (Eds.). Youth Voices, Public Spaces, and Civic Engagement. London and New York: Routledge Press, 2016.
  • Burke, K. and Greene, S. “Participant Action Research, Youth Voices and Civic Engagement.” Language Arts, 92 (2015), 387–400.
  • Burke, K., Greene, S, and McKenna, M. “A Critical Geographic Approach to Youth Civic Engagement: Reframing Educational Opportunity Zones and the Use of Public Spaces.” Urban Education (2014). DOI 10.1177/0042085914543670.
  • Greene, S. Race, Community, and Urban Schools: Partnering with African American Families. New York: Teachers College Press, 2013 (monograph).
  • Greene, S. “Mapping Low-Income African American Parents’ Roles in Their Children’s Education in a Changing Political Economy.” Teachers College Record 115 (2013): 1–33.
  • Greene, S., Burke, K., and McKenna, M. “Forms of Voice: Exploring the Empowerment of Youth at the Intersection of Art and Action.” The Urban Review 45 (2013): 311–334.

Contact Information

364 Decio Hall
(574) 631-6567
sgreene1@nd.edu

Postal address
Department of English
356 O’Shaughnessy
Notre Dame, IN 46556