WOW Presentations

Presentations made by those affiliated with Worlds of Words with a focus on international or multicultural literature are viewable here.

Collaborative Inquiry as a Tool to Develop Critical Perspectives on Human Rights
by Aura Gonzalez-Robles and Yu-Ying Hou, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
(originally presented at the 2009 NCTE Conference)

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