Curriculum Vitae

AMY STORNAIUOLO      amystorn@gse.upenn.edu                                              Download CV

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

University of Pennsylvania, Assistant Professor (2012-  )

Graduate School of Education, Reading/Writing/Literacy

San Francisco State University, Lecturer (2002-2008)

English, Composition & Postsecondary Reading

College of Marin, Lecturer (2004-2005)

Basic Skills, Composition & Reading

Chabot College, Lecturer (1996-1997)

English, Composition

EDUCATION

Ph.D.  (2012) UC Berkeley, Education: Language, Literacy, Society, and Culture

Thesis: The Educational Turn of Social Networking: Teachers and their Students Negotiate Social Media

M.A. (2005)  San Francisco State University, Composition & Rhetoric

Thesis: Reading for Revision

M.A. (1996) Mills College, English Literature

B.A. (1992) University of San Francisco, English Literature

PUBLICATIONS

Mills, K.A., Stornaiuolo, A., Smith, A. & Zacher Pandya, J., Editors (in press). The Routledge Handbook of Digital Writing and Literacies Research. New York: Routledge.

Stornaiuolo, A. & Nichols, P. (accepted). Making publics: Mobilizing audiences in high school makerspaces. Teachers College Record.

Smith, A., Stornaiuolo, A., & Phillips, N. (accepted). Multiplicities in motion: A turn to transliteracies. Theory into Practice.

Stornaiuolo, A., Phillips, N. & Smith, A. (in press). Transliteracies. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Out-of-School Learning. 

Stornaiuolo, A. & Thomas, E.E. (in press). Disrupting educational inequalities through youth digital activism. Review of Research in Education 41.

Stornaiuolo, A. & Jung, J.K. (in press). Public engagement and digital authoring: Korean adolescents write for/as action. In Rahat Naqvi & Jennifer Rowsell (Eds.), Literacy in Transcultural, Cosmopolitan Times.

Mills, K.A. & Stornaiuolo, A. (in press). Introduction: Digital diversity, ideology, and the politics of a writing revolution. In Kathy Mills, Amy Stornaiuolo, Anna Smith & Jessica Zacher Pandya (Eds.), Handbook of Writing, Literacies, and Education in Digital Cultures.

Stornaiuolo, A., Hull, G., & Hall, M. (in press). Cosmopolitan practices, networks, and flows of literacies. In Kathy Mills, Amy Stornaiuolo, Anna Smith & Jessica Zacher Pandya (Eds.), Handbook of Digital Writing and Literacies Research.

Stornaiuolo, A., Smith, A., & Phillips, N. (2017). Theorizing a transliteracies framework for a connected world. Journal of Literacy Research 49(1).

Thomas, E.E. & Stornaiuolo, A. (2016). Restorying the self: Bending toward textual justice.  Harvard Educational Review 86(3), 313-338.

Stornaiuolo, A. (2016). Teaching in global collaborations: Navigating challenging conversations through cosmopolitan activity. Teaching and Teacher Education 59, 503-513. doi:10.1016/j.tate.2016.07.001

Stornaiuolo, A., Smith, A., & Phillips, N. (2016). Transliteracies. Springer Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory, 1-6. doi:10.1007/978-981-287-532-7_117-1

Stornaiuolo, A. & LeBlanc, R.J.* (2016). Scaling as a literacy activity: Mobility and educational inequality in an age of global connectivity. Research in the Teaching of English 50(3), 263-287.

Stornaiuolo, A. (2015). Literacy as worldmaking: Cosmopolitanism, creativity, and multimodality. In K. Pahl & J. Rowsell (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Literacy Studies (pp. 561-572). New York: Routledge.

Stornaiuolo, A. & LeBlanc, R.J. (2014). Local literacies, global scales: The labor of global connectivity. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacies (58)3, 192-196.

Stornaiuolo, A., & Hall, M. (2014). Tracing resonance: Qualitative research in a networked world. In G. B. Gudmundsdottir & K. B. Vasbø (Eds.), Methodological challenges when exploring digital learning spaces in education (pp. 29-44). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Hull, G. & Stornaiuolo, A. (2014). Cosmopolitan literacies, social networks, and “proper distance”: Striving to understand in a global world. Curriculum Inquiry 44(1), 15-44.

Stornaiuolo, A., DiZio, J. K., Hellmich, E. A., & Hull, G. A. (2013). Expanding community: Youth, social networking, and schools. Comunicar: Scientific Journal of Media Education, 40(xx), 79–87. doi:10.3916/C40-2013-02-08

Stornaiuolo, A., Higgs, J., & Hull, G.A. (2013). Social media as authorship: Methods for studying literacies and communities online. In P. Albers, T. Holbrook, A.S. Flint (Eds.), New Literacy Research Methods (pp. 224-237). New York: Routledge.

Hull, G.A., Stornaiuolo, A., & Sterponi, L. (2013). Imagined readers and hospitable texts: Global youth connect online. In D. Alvermann, N. Unrau, and R. Ruddell (Eds.), Theoretical Models and Processes of Reading (6th ed.) (pp. 1208-1240). International Reading Association.

Stornaiuolo, A., Hull, G.A., & Sahni, U. (2011). Cosmopolitan imaginings of self and other: Youth and social networking in a global world. In J. Fisherkeller (Ed.), International perspectives on youth media: Cultures of production and education (pp. 263-280). New York: Peter Lang Publishers.

Hull, G.A. & Stornaiuolo, A. (2010). Literate arts in a global world: Reframing social      networking as cosmopolitan practice. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy 54(2), 84-96.

Hull, G.A., Stornaiuolo, A., & Sahni, U. (2010). Cultural citizenship and cosmopolitan practice: Global youth communicate online. English Education 42(4), 331-367.

Stornaiuolo, A., Hull, G.A., & Nelson, M. E. (2009). Mobile texts and migrant audiences: Rethinking literacy and assessment in a new media age. Language Arts, 86(5), 382-392.

Helman, L. et al. (2014). Annotated bibliography of research in the teaching of English. Research in the Teaching of English 49(2).

Helman, L. et al. (2013). Annotated bibliography of research in the teaching of English. Research in the Teaching of English 48(2).

Beach, R. et al. (2012). Annotated bibliography of research in the teaching of English. Research in the Teaching of English 47(2).

AWARDS/FELLOWSHIPS

2015 Steve Cahir Early Career Award, Writing & Literacies SIG (AERA)

2013 Promising Researcher Award, National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE)

2013 Elva Knight Grant, International Reading Association (IRA)

Digital Media and Learning Summer Institute Fellow, The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, 2012

Janet Emig Award (2011), for “Cultural Citizenship and Cosmopolitan Practice: Global Youth  Communicate Online” (with Glynda Hull and Urvashi Sahni in English  Education) from the Conference on English Education at NCTE.

Spencer Dissertation Fellowship Finalist, 2011-2012.

Graduate Division Summer Grant, UC Berkeley. Summer 2011.

Outstanding Paper Award (2010), for “Cosmopolitan Imaginings of Self and Other:  Girls in India Go Online,” with Glynda Hull and Urvashi Sahni. AERA, Technology as an Agent of Change in Teaching and Learning (TACTL) SIG, Denver.

Dean’s Normative Time Fellowship, UC Berkeley, 2010-2011.

UC Berkeley Russell Foundation Fellowship, 2009-2010.

UC Berkeley University Fellowship, 2008-2009.

Spencer Research Training Grant Fellowship, 2007-2008.

UC Berkeley University Fellowship, 2006-2007.

Distinguished Achievement Award for Academic Excellence, May 2005.  San Francisco State University.

High Pass (highest honor bestowed for exceptional thesis exam), December 1995. Mills College.

SELECT PRESENTATIONS

Stornaiuolo, A. & Nichols, T.P. (2017, April). Assembling “digital literacy”: Tracing its histories and possible futuresPaper presentation at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting. San Antonio, TX.

Stornaiuolo, A. & Vasudevan, V. (2017, April). When everyone is a writer: Social composing in the Wattpad online writing communityPaper presentation at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting. San Antonio, TX.

Stornaiuolo, A. (2017, February). Innovation in action: Media, literacy, and community in and across high school makerspaces. Panel presentation with T. Phillip Nichols, Emily Plummer, Maggie Stephan, Josh Kleiman, Freda Anderson, & students at Penn Ethnography Forum, Philadelphia, PA.

Stornaiuolo, A. (2017, February). Writing in action: Young people as global communicators and civic actors. Paper presentation at Penn Ethnography Forum, Philadelphia, PA.

Stornaiuolo, A., Nichols, T.P., & Vasudevan, V. (2016, December). Making the Literacy Lab: Mapping the emergence of a high school makerspace. Paper presented at the Literacy Research Association (LRA) annual meeting. Nashville, TN.

Stornaiuolo, A., Nichols, T.P., & Plummer, E. (2016, December). Tracing ‘21st century literacies’ in college and career ready state standards: A multi-state scalar analysis. Paper presented at the Literacy Research Association (LRA) annual meeting. Nashville, TN.

Hall, M. & Stornaiuolo, A. (2016, December). Tracing impact through data visualizations of networked writing. Paper presented at the Literacy Research Association (LRA) annual meeting. Nashville, TN.

Stornaiuolo, A. & Jung, J-K. (2016, July). Writing for social change: Bringing together youth voices in the Write4Change global online community. Paper presented at the United Kingdom Literacy Association (UKLA) annual meeting. Bristol, England.

Smith, A., Stornaiuolo, A, & Phillips, N. (2016, May). Introducing a transliteracies framework. Paper presented at the Computers & Writing Conference. Rochester, NY.

Smith, A., Phillips, N., & Stornaiuolo, A. (2016, May). Methods for tracing mobile literacy practices: A transliteracies approach. Paper presented at the International Congress on Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana, Illinois.

Stornaiuolo, A. & Nichols, P. (2016, April). Reclaiming ‘failure’? The iterative dimensions of learning through making. Paper presentation at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting. Washington D.C.

Stornaiuolo, A. & Hall, M. (2016, April). Developing global rhetorical arts: Networked collaboration in the Write4Change online writing community. Paper presentation at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting. Washington D.C.

Hall, M. & Stornaiuolo, A. (2016, April). Resonance maps: Tracing connections in an online writing community. Paper presentation at the American Educational Research Association (AERA). annual meeting Washington D.C.

Stornaiuolo, A., Smith, A. & Phillips, N. (2016, April). Transliteracies: A theoretical framework. Paper presentation at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting. Washington D.C.

Stornaiuolo, A. (2016, February). Mobilizing literacies across media and communities: A collaborative inquiry into the ‘innovative’ dimensions of high school makerspaces. Panel presentation with T. Phillip Nichols, Maggie Stephan, Josh Kleiman, Sophia Date, and students at the Penn Ethnography Forum, Philadelphia, PA.

Stornaiuolo, A. (2016, February). The multidimensional nature of apprenticeship in high school makerspaces. Panel presentation with T. Phillip Nichols, Jin Kyeong Jung, Emily Plummer, Alicia Outing, Abdul-Qadir Islam, Virginia Walcott, and Macile Dietrick at the Penn Ethnography Forum, Philadelphia, PA.

Stornaiuolo, A., Hall, M. & Jung, J.K. (2016, February). Tracing mobile literacy practices ethnographically: Exploring a transliteracies approach. Paper presentation at the Penn Ethnography Forum, Philadelphia, PA.

Stornaiuolo, A. (2015, December). Negotiating researcher positionality in multi-sited literacy research. Paper presentation at the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association, Carlsbad, CA.

Stornaiuolo, A. & Nichols, P. (2015, December). Making publics: Negotiating audience and identity in high school. Paper presentation at the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association, Carlsbad, CA.

GRANTS

2016    Principal Investigator. National Science Foundation, Innovative Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers (NSF 14-526), “Collaborative Research: Designing the Impact Studio—Dynamic Visualizations in the Write4Change Networked Community. (Project period: 10/1/2016 -9/30/2018; total award $549,913)

2013    Principal Investigator. Elva Knight Award, International Reading Association, “Exploring Social Reading” (Project period: 9/1/2013 – 8/31/2014; $7,635)

2016    Penn Undergraduate Research Mentoring Program Award, University of Pennsylvania, “Designing the Write4Change Online Writing Community” ($5,000)

2016    Faculty Research Grant, James Joo-Jin Kim Program in Korean Studies, University of Pennsylvania, “Korean Adolescents Write4Change” ($2,000)

2015    Penn Undergraduate Research Mentoring Program Award, University of Pennsylvania, “Global Youth Media Collaborative: Write4Change” ($5,000)

2015    Principal Investigator. University Research Foundation Award, University of Pennsylvania, “Designing Innovation Labs: Digital Literacies in interdisciplinary High School Makerspaces” (Project period: 3/1/2015 – 8/31/2016; $49,839)

 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American Educational Research Association (AERA)

Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC)

International Reading Association (IRA)

Literacy Research Association (LRA)

National Conference on Research in Language and Literacy (NCRLL)

National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE)

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