Ashley S. Boyd is an assistant professor of English education at Washington State University.
"Boyd's writing makes for a highly enjoyable read... an accessible resource to inform practices and being discussions. This text is a valuable read for those who are interested in implementing a critical lens with social justice literacies in their classroom" --Journal of Language and Literacy Education (JOLLE)
...essential reading for those in the education field that want to transform their classrooms to spaces where inequity and oppression can be disrupted and where both teachers and students are agents for social change.-- Education Review / Resenas Educativas
This brief, 119-page book...is packed with specific suggestions and examples immediately applicable to college-particularly community college-English instructors, too. . . with examples from middle and high schools, Social Justice Literacies offers timely applications to instructors of college English classes.-- RaiderCats Comp (blog)