Learning, Literacies, & Identities

I examine voluntary learning, seeking to understand the stories and experiences that forge a path to becoming. I attend to people, stories, and spaces through analyses of discourses, narratives, and practices. I have three overarching goals with my research: 1) examine lesser known pathways that can contribute to a richer theory of learning, 2) identify and amplify voices previously marginalized in the social sciences, and 3) disrupt normative narratives about success and knowledge in our society.

About

Sarah A. Evans
Texas

Bio: I'm an assistant professor, a librarian, a mom, a wife, a daughter, and a friend, plus other roles as needed. I seek to understand the stories that shape our lives. And I hope to leave the world better than how I found it.

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