Ah-Young Song is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor of Education. She teaches courses on adolescent literacies, contemporary education, and race & schooling. She has a BA and MA in English from Brown University and an MPhil and PhD in English Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. She has worked with high school students across four countries, and she has led teacher education workshops on project-based learning, multimodal activities, and literacy across the curriculum in New York City, Georgia, and Florida. Her research interests include critical multimodal literacies, global citizenship, and inclusive pedagogies. Her publications in the Journal of Literacy Research, English Journal, Multicultural Perspectives, and other journals reflect her interests in multiliteracy enactments, asset-based counternarratives, and student agency in dialogical conferences.
Research and Academic Interests
Multiliteracies; Adolescent reading and writing; Youth programs; Third space; Civic literacies
Departments and Programs
EDUC 373 Adolescent Literacy
EDUC 380 Civic Engagement in U.S. Education