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					Authors           Designer       Affiliation
Valerie Kinloch                  The Ohio State
                                 University




                  Ryan Trauman   University of
                                 Louisville
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Dr. Valerie Kinloch is Associate Professor in Literacy Studies
(Adolescent Literacy & English Education) in the College of
Education and Human Ecology at The Ohio State University. She
holds affiliate appointments in the Department of English and the
Department of Women's Studies at OSU. Her research interests
include the social and literary lives, literacy learning, and
collaborative engagements of youth and adults in and out-of-
school spaces, particularly in urban contexts. Dr. Kinloch was
awarded a Spencer Foundation Small Research Grant as well as a
Grant-in-Aid from the National Council of Teachers of English
(NCTE) to support her work on the writing, literacy, and activist
practices of African American and Latino/a high school and first
generation college students in urban settings. Her latest book is
titled, Harlem on our minds: Place, race, and the literacies of
urban youth.
Title
Politicizing, Placing, and Performing
Narratives of Gentrification in an Urban
Community
Abstract
This chapter, grounded in critical literacy and framed within participatory action
research, investigates how African American youth in an urban community publicly
exercise critical capacities to not just read media messages, but to use media tools to
construct literacy narratives about community change (gentrification). The included
stories and representative media texts showcase how participants document community
change through literacy strategies. The following questions are at the heart of this
chapter’s inquiry: How do youth define gentrification? What narratives of spatial change
do they perform and how do these narratives work for them? In the process of
videotaping each other, how do they form an ability to critique gentrification? In what
ways can their definitions/narratives influence research on critical literacy and spatial
change?
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community, place,
gentrification, race, youth,
literacy, social justice
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              studies in urban areas, in particular the
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         Keywords
gentrification, media culture, urban communities, identity, literacy, media texts
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