LORNA RIVERA, Ph.D.
Papers Presented at Professional Conferences
“The Politics of Women’s Literacy.” 55th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems. Philadelphia, PA. August 12-15, 2005 (Forthcoming)
“Contradictions of Policy: Homeless and Low-Income Women in Adult Basic Literacy Programs.” 86th Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Montreal, Quebec. April 11-15, 2005.
“Literacy for Change: Creating Alternative Discourses in the Education of Latinas.” Siglo XXI: Latino/a Research into the 21st Century. Inter-University Program on Latino Research (IUPLR), University of Texas-Austin. January 26-29, 2005.
“The Politics of Women’s Literacy in the Post-welfare Era.” National Academy of Education, 2004 Fall Annual Meeting. Stanford University, Palo Alto CA. October 6-10, 2004.
“Multiple Identities and Shifting Boundaries: Insider Research in Marginalized Communities.” Co-authored with Shobha Hamal-Gurung. 53rd Annual Meeting of the Study of Social Problems. Atlanta, GA. August 15-19, 2003.
“Future Directions for the
“The Effects of
“Literacy for Social
Change: A Participatory, Community Service Learning Collaboration.” 52nd Annual
Meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems.
“Can Adult Education
Programs Provide a Way Out? A Study of Popular Education and Homeless Mothers.”
Poverty/Trapped by Abuse Research Conference.
“I’m Ready to Learn:
Ethnographic Portraits of Homeless Latinas and Popular Education in
“The Right to Literacy: An
Ethnography of Popular Education and Homeless Mothers in the Era of Welfare
Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association.