Resources

Resources

People & Stories / Gente y Cuentos, Literature and the Arts

Schwartz, Marcy. “MThe Right to Imagine: Reading in Community with People and Stories / Gente y Cuentos.” PMLA. Volume 126. Number 3 (2011): 247-52. Print.

Langer, Judith A. “Developing the Literate Mind.” International Reading Association. 4 May 2004. Speech.

Hirschman, Sarah. People and Stories / Gente y Cuentos: Who Owns Literature? Communities Find Their Voice Through Short Stories. Bloomington: iUniverse, 2009.

Seniors

Elderhostel, Inc. “Mental Stimulation and Lifelong Learning: Activities in the 55+ Population.” Feb 2007: 1-26. Print.

Cohen, Gene D. “Research on Creativity and Aging: The Positive Impact of the Arts on Health and Illness.”Generations. Volume 30, Number 1 (2006): 7-15. Print.

Prison/Re-entry

Trounstine, Jean. “Why Literature in Prison?” Success Stories: Life Skills Through Literature. U.S. Department of Education, Jan 1997. Web. <http://www2.ed.gov/offices/OVAE/AdultEd/OCE/SuccessStories/Part1.html>.

Waxler, Robert. “Why Literature? The Power of Stories.” Success Stories: Life Skills Through Literature. U.S. Department of Education, Jan 1997. Web. <http://www2.ed.gov/offices/OVAE/AdultEd/OCE/SuccessStories/Part2.html>.

Youth

Coming Soon