This award for exemplary scholarship is given to the author of an article published in English Education during each calendar year. The award is given in honor of Janet Emig, Professor Emeritus of English Education at Rutgers University, for her contribution to the field of English Education.
Criteria for the Award
- The selection committee may consider published material of any length in English Education.
- The article to be awarded must have been published within the calendar year of issues being considered.
Winners will be notified in May 2009 and announced at the 2009 NCTE Fall Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Robert A. Tremmel, "Changing the Way We Think in English Education: A Conversation in the Universal Barbershop," English Education, 2006
Anne Haas Dyson, "Crafting 'The Humble Prose of Living': Rethinking Oral/Written Relations in the Echoes of Spoken Word," English Education, 2005
Susan V. Wall, "Writing the 'Self' in Teacher Research: The Potential Powers of a New Professional Discourse," English Education, 2004
Kevin G. Basmadjian, Leah Kirell, Stephen M. Koziol, Jr., Emily R. Smith, "On Learning to Teach English Teachers: A Textured Portrait of Mentoring," English Education, 2003
Peter Smagorinsky, Andrea Lakly, Tara Star Johnson, "Acquiescence, Accommodation, and Resistance in Learning to Teach within a Prescribed Curriculum," English Education, 2002
no award given
Patricia Lambert Stock, "Toward a Theory of Genre in Teacher Research: Contributions from a Reflective Practitioner," English Education, 2001
1990-1999 (Decade Award given in 2001)
Anne Haas Dyson, " What Difference does Difference Make? Teacher Perspectives on Diversity, Literacy, and the Urban Primary School," English Education, May 1995.
Robert Tremmel, "Still Loading Pig Iron after All These Years: Tribalism and English Education in the Global Contact Zone," English Education, April 2000
1969-1979 (Inaugural Award given in 2000)
Robert C. Small, "Student Authority," English Education