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Bamberg, Michael. (2005). Narrative discourse and identities. In J. Meister, T. Kindt, & W. Schernus (Eds.), Narratology beyond literary criticism. Mediality, disciplinarity (pp. 213-238). Berlin, New York: de Gruyter.

Biwas, Debleena. (2009). A toast to the digital literacy narrative archive: A story of coming to worlds. Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives. Retrieved from

Bruner, Jerome. (1991). Self-making and world-making. Journal of Aesthetic Education 25(1), 67-78.

Chason, Lisa. (2009). Learning kinderlijke Dutch. Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives. Retrieved from

Daya, Shari and Lau, Lisa (2007). “Power and Narrative.” Narrative Inquiry, 17(1): 1-11.

Hawisher, Gail E.; Selfe, Cynthia L.; Kisa, Gorjana; & Ahmed, Shafinaz. (2010). Globalism and multimodality in a digitized world. Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture, 10(1), 55-68.

Hesford, Wendy & Schell, Eileen. (2008). Introduction: Configurations of transnationality: Locating feminist rhetorics. College English, 70, 461-470.

Horner, Bruce; Lu, Min-Zahn; Royster, Jacqueline Jones; Trimbur, John. (2010). Language difference in writing: Toward a translingual approach.”  Unpublished manuscript.

Jusben. Amsterdam. (2009). Digital image. Retrieved from

Lam, Wan Shun Eva. (2004). Border discourses and identities in transnational youth culture. In J. Mahiri (Ed.), What they don’t learn in school:  Literacy in the lives of urban youth (pp. 79-98).  New York: Lang.

Milca. (2007). Dutch passport 2. Digital image. Retrieved from

Pokrzywa, Cornelia. (2010). Illustration as text: Reflections on literacy development in a bilingual childhood. Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives. Retrieved from

Prior, Paul. (1998). Writing/Disciplinarity: A Sociohistoric Account of Literate Activity in the Academy. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Queen, Mary. (2008). Transnational feminist rhetorics in a digital world. College English, 70, 471-489.

Reynolds, Nedra. (2004). Geographies of writing: Inhabiting places and encountering difference. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press.

Selfe, Cynthia L., and The DALN Consortium. (2013). Narrative Theory and Stories That Speak to Us.. In H. L. Ulman, S. L. DeWitt, & C. L. Selfe (Eds.), Stories that Speak to Us: Exhibits from the Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives. Logan, UT: Computers and Composition Digital Press. Retrieved from

Soja, Edward W. (1996). Thirdspace: Journeys to Los Angeles and other real-and-imagined places. Malden, MA: Blackwell.

Spekulator. (2006). World map. Digital image. Retrieved from

Zuss, Mark. (1997). Contesting representations. Theory & Psychology, 7, 653-673.