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Work: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Home: 6939 Sumner St.

College of Education and Human Sciences Lincoln, NE 68506

Dept. of Teaching, Learning & Teacher Education Phone: (402)464-3777

216D Henzlik Hall E-mail: lsarroub@unl.edu Lincoln, NE 68588-0355 Web site: cehs.unl.edu/tlte/faculty/loukia-k-sarroub Phone: Office: (402)472-5166; Fax: (402)472-2837 Cell phone: 402.570.4566


Associate Professor (with tenure) 2006-Current Department of Teaching, Learning & Teacher Education College of Education and Human Sciences Courtesy Appointment in the Department of Anthropology 2014-Current Affiliated with the Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families, and Schools; the Quantitative, Qualitative, and Measurement in Education Program; and, Women and Gender Studies Assistant Professor (tenure-track) 2001-2005 University of Nebraska-Lincoln Visiting Assistant Professor Spring 2003 Graduate School of Education 5647 Tolman Hall University of California, Berkeley Berkeley, CA 94720-1670 Assistant Professor (tenure-track), Department of Curriculum and 2000-2001 Instruction, School of Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison (On Leave 2001-2002) EDUCATION Michigan State University College of Education, Ph.D. August 2000 Areas of Specialty: Anthropology, Literacy Studies, Education Policy and Social Analysis, Ethnographic Research Methods Dissertation Thesis “Becoming American, Remaining Arab: How the ‘Hijabat’ Negotiate Life in Two Worlds” University of Chicago 1994 B.A. with Honors in Linguistics and concentrations in sociolinguistics, cultural anthropology, Arabic, and French Updated September 17, 2015 L. K. SARROUB 2


Book: All American Yemeni Girls: Being Muslim in a Public School. University of Pennsylvania Press (cloth and paper), 2005. Winner of the Edward B. Fry Book Award for Outstanding Contributions to Literacy Research and Practice.

Book Manuscript (In Progress and Under Advanced Contract with the University of Chicago Press): An Anthropology of Literacy: Transnationalism and the American High School.

Refereed journal articles:

Sarroub, L. K. & England, W.R. (Under Review). Examining glocal scales and mapping literacy landscapes:

What we can learn through geo-spatial analyses.

Quadros, S. & Sarroub, L. K. (2016). The case of three Karen families: Literacy practices in a family literacy classroom. Diaspora, indigenous, & minority education 10 (1), 1-13.

Sarroub, L. K. & Pernicek, T. (2016). Boys, boredom, and books: A case of three high school boys and their encounters with literacy. Reading and writing quarterly 32 (1), 27-55. Published online October 30, 2014, DOI: 10.1080/10573569.2013.859052.

Sarroub, L. K. Nako, B., Quadros, S., & Boling, T.(In preparation). Legitimate selves, legitimate texts in a high school literacy classroom.

Protacio, S. & Sarroub, L. K. (2013). A case of reading instruction in a Philippine classroom. Asia Pacific journal of education 33 (3), 338-349. http://DOI:10.1080/02188791.2013.788477.

Sarroub, L. K. (2009). Glocalism in literacy and marriage in transnational lives. Critical Inquiry in Language Studies (Special Issue: Immigration, Language, and education) 6(1-2), 63-80.

Sarroub, L. K. (2008). Living 'glocally' with literacy success in the Midwest. Theory into practice 47 (1), 59Sarroub, L.K. (September 2007). Seeking refuge in literacy from a scorpion bite. Ethnography and education 2(3), 365-380.

Hostetler, K., Latta, M. M., & Sarroub, L.K. (May 2007). Retrieving meaning in teacher education: The question of being. Journal of teacher education 58 (3), 231-244.

Sarroub, L. K., Pernicek, T., & Sweeney, T. (May 2007). I was bitten by a scorpion: Reading in and out of school in a refugee's life. Journal of adolescent and adult literacy 50(8), 668-679.

Sarroub, L. K. (2002). From neologisms to social practice: An analysis of the wanding of America.

Anthropology and education quarterly 33 (3), 297-307.

Sarroub, L. K. (May 2002). “In-betweenness”: Religion and conflicting visions of literacy. Reading research quarterly 37 (2), 130-148.

Sarroub, L. K. (2001). The sojourner experience of Yemeni American high school students: An ethnographic portrait. Harvard educational review 71 (3), 390-415.

Sarroub, L. K. and Pearson, P. D. (Nov./Dec.1998). Two steps forward, three steps back: The stormy history of reading comprehension assessment. The Clearinghouse, 72 (2), 97-105.

Spencer Foundation RTG Fellows (Sarroub). (1998). Commentary. Journal of literacy research 30 (3), 435Sarroub, L. K., Pearson, P. D., Dykema, C., and Lloyd, R. (1997). When Portfolios become part of the grading process: A case study in a junior high setting. In K. Hinchman, D. Leu, and C. Kinzer (Eds.), NRC Yearbook, 46th Edition. Chicago: National Reading Conference.

Book Chapters:

Updated September 17, 2015 L. K. SARROUB 3 Ryanti, Dwi & Sarroub, L.K. (Accepted book chapter, July 18, 2015). Indonesian pre-service teachers’ identities in a micro teaching context: Learning to teach English in an Indonesian teacher education program. In Melissa Fellin and Tyler Barrett (Eds.), English language education in Asia. Lexington Books: Rowan and Littlefield.

Sarroub, L. K. & Quadros, S. (2015). Critical pedagogy in classroom discourse. In Martha Bigelow and Johanna Ennser-Kananen (Eds.), Handbook of educational linguistics, pp. 252-260. Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.

Staples-Farmer, S. & Sarroub, L. K. (2014). Incorporating writing into the classroom to address social Issues: Analysis and action. In S. Totten and J. E. Pedersen (Eds.), Educating about social issues in the 20th and 21st centuries: A critical annotated bibliography, volume 3. Information Age Publishing.

Sarroub, L. K. (2012). Are the challenges and opportunities in contemporary diverse classrooms being met? [The point position]. In A. J. Eakle (Ed.), Curriculum and Instruction: Debating Issues in American Education: A SAGE Reference Set (pp. 124-134). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Sarroub, L. K. (2010). Discontinuities and differences among Muslim Arab-Americans: Making it at home and school. In Malu Dantes and Patrick Manyak (Eds.), Learning from/with diverse famlies: Homeschool connections in a multicultural society. Mawah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Sarroub, L. K. (2009). Finding husbands, finding wives: How being literate creates crisis. In Laurie MacGillivray (Ed.), Literacy practices in times of crisis, Lawrence Erlbaum Press.

Sarroub, L. K. (2007). How Yemeni American women use literacy: North America. Encyclopedia of women and Islamic cultures, vol. 5. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill Academic Publishers.

Sarroub, L. K. (2004). Reframing for decisions: Transforming talk about literacy assessment among teachers and researchers. In Rebecca Rogers (Ed.), New directions in critical discourse analysis: The role of language and learning in social transformation (pp.97-116). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Sarroub, L. K. (Spring 2002). Arab American youth in perspective. Newsletter of the society for research on adolescence, 3-6.

Tatto, M.T., Lundstrom-Ndibongo, V., Neuman, B., Nogle, S.E., Sarroub, L. K., Weiler, J.M., (November 2000). The education of migrant children in Michigan. JSRI Occasional Paper #72, The Julian Samora Research Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan. Also available at http://www.jsri.msu.edu/RandS/research/ops/oc72abs.html.

Sarroub, L. K. (2000). Education. In Anan Ameri and Dawn Ramey (Eds.), Arab American Encyclopedia.

Detroit: UXL/Gale Group.

Bisesi, T., Brenner, D., McVee, M., Pearson P. D., and Sarroub, L. K. (1998). Assessment in LiteratureBased Reading Programs: Have We Kept Our Promises? In Kathy Au and Taffy Rafael (Eds.), Literature-Based Instruction: Present Issues, Future Directions. Boston: Christopher-Gordon.

In the Public Media:

Publication featured as “scintillating study”: http://www.literacyworldwide.org/blog/literacydaily/2015/11/12/boys-speak-out-on-reading AERA Division G. (October 2014), (Inter)National Social Justice Issues and the Academy Podcast featuring Dr. Loukia K. Sarroub (UNL) & Dr. Warren Chezare (MSU) https://aeradivg.wordpress.com/divgpodcasts

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Interview with Loukia K. Sarroub. Yemeni culture in the US, #5. Discovering Yemen.

http://www.americaabroadmedia.org/resources/education. Available on iTunes U, PRI Radio International, America Abroad.

Book reviews:

(2005). Arab American Faces and Voices: The Origins of an Immigrant Community by Elizabeth Boosahda. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2003. In The American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences 22(1), pp. 125-127.

Unpublished Papers:

Sarroub, L. K. & Gatti, Lauren. (2014). What is the Purpose of School Writing? Available on ResearchGate.com (Sarroub, L. K., Lycke, K., and Pearson, P. D. (2003). Making Professional Judgments: A Case Study in a Junior High Setting.

Sarroub, L. K. (1997). Discontinuities and Differences: Traveling Uphill Both Ways Between Home and School (and Making It). Unpublished qualifying paper, Michigan State University.

Sarroub, L. K. (1994). The love letter: A study of Genre, Gender, and Power. Unpublished undergraduate Honors thesis, University of Chicago.



England, W.R. & Sarroub, L.K. (April 2016). Reading Neighborhoods: A Geo-Spatial Analysis of Low-SES Student Reading Achievement in High vs. Low Poverty Areas. Paper to be presented at the American Research Association meeting, Washington, DC.

Sarroub, L. K. & England, W.R. (December 4, 2015). What makes reading spatial? Telling a different story through spatial analyses of reading scores and ethnographic vignettes. Paper presented at the Literacy Association meeting, San Diego, CA.

Sarroub, L. K. & England, W. R. (December 4, 2014). Combining GIS and ethnography to map migration, literacy, and access to resources: An analysis of geospatial patterns at two scales. Paper presented at the Literacy Research Association meeting, Marco Island, FL.

Sarroub, L. K. and Gatti, L. (Feb. 19-22, 2014). What is the purpose of school writing? Paper presented at the Congress of Writing Research Across Borders, l’Université Paris-Ouest – Nanterre La Défense.

Sarroub, L. K. and Pernicek, Todd. (December 10, 2011). Boys, boredom, and books: A case of three high school boys and their encounters with literacy. Paper to be presented at the Literacy Research Association meeting (Symposium session: Youth and teachers on the margins: Institutional literacy and language practices at odds with our perceptions. Jacksonville, FL.

Sarroub, L. K. (November 19, 2010). Legitimate selves, legitimate texts in a high school literacy classroom.

Paper presented at American Anthropology Association meeting (Symposium Session: Beginning ethnographers: Circulating in compelling dilemmas and sites. New Orleans.

Sarroub, L. K. (April/May 2010). Conceptualizing transnational literacies among Iraqi youth in the United States. Paper presented at AERA (Symposium Session: Being Muslim: Education and identities in late modern multicultural societies), Denver, CO.

Sarroub, L. K. (Dec. 4, 2009). “You can’t read!”: Legitimate selves, legitimate texts in a high school literacy classroom. Paper presented at the Literacy Research Association meeting (Symposium Session), Updated September 17, 2015 L. K. SARROUB 5 Albuquerque, NM.

Sarroub, L. K. (Nov. 19, 2008). Reading between the walls: Literacies and socioeconomic status in a high school classroom. Paper presented at the American Anthropological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Protacio, S. M. & Sarroub, L. K. (March 25, 2008). ‘I don't want to get laughed at’: Reading as performance and teaching as telling in an elementary Philippines Classroom. Paper presented at AERA, NY.

Sarroub, L.K. (November 28, 2007). Finding husbands, finding wives: How being literate creates crisis.

Paper presented in symposium "Literacy in Times of Crisis: Four Perspectives." National Reading Conference, Austin, TX.

Sarroub, L. K. (April 2007). Doing literacy and gender ‘glocally’: Transnationalism in the middle.” Paper presented at the American Education Research Association meeting in symposium “Making it as Muslims in the West: The geopolitics of gender, race, and education,” Chicago.

Sarroub, L. K. (November 30, 2005). Midwestern Identities: Negotiating Culture and Literacies in a Red State.” Organized and chaired symposium at the National Reading Conference, Miami.

Sarroub, L. K. (December 3, 2005). Discussant for symposium “Fostering institutional critique and change in readers’ stances through responding to multicultural literature, NRC, Miami.

Sarroub, L. K. (April 15, 2005). Rapping High School Reading: Playing with Literacy and Masculinity. Paper presented at the American Education Research Association meeting, Montreal, Canada.

Sarroub, L. K., Pernicek, T., & Sweeny, T. (December 2004)“Learning to Read: A Portrait of an Iraqi Boy’s Literacy In and Out of School.” Paper presented at the National Reading Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Sarroub, L.K. (November 2001). Appropriating Raï: The political texts of a youth culture in and out of school. Paper presented at American Anthropological Association meeting, Washington, DC.

Sarroub, L. K. (April 2001). Center in Early Reading Achievement: Teachers’ perceptions of school level characteristics: Similarities and differences across schools. Paper presented at AERA, Seattle, WA.

Sarroub, L. K. (Nov. 29-Dec. 2, 2000). Problematizing gender and ethnicity: Representation in ethnography. Paper presented at the National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.

Sarroub, L. K. and Peterson, D. S. (Nov. 29-Dec. 2, 2000). Center in Early Reading Achievement: “School Level Factors: Participant Perceptions of the School Change Process.” Paper presented at the National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.

Sarroub, L. K. (Nov. 15-19, 2000). From aspiration to desperation: Yemeni American girls living in ambiguity. Paper presented at American Anthropological Association meeting, San Francisco, CA.

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