Noah Asher Golden

Alumnus, Urban Education

I am a literacy education researcher and teacher-educator who strives to illuminate connections between theory, methodology and teaching/learning practices. My work falls within what is often called “literacy and identity studies,” and bridges gaps between socio-cultural and critical approaches to literacy education. As a scholar, teacher-educator, literacy coach, and former secondary-level English teacher, I participate in multiple communities invested in the creation of deep and authentic learning experiences for all learners.

Academic Interests

socio-cultural approaches to literacy, adolescent literacy, English education, critical literacy practices, teacher and learner identity, youth participatory action research


assistant professor of Integrated Educational Studies, Chapman University, College of Educational Studies, *Non-CUNY