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School of Education
- Ph.D., University of Virginia
- M.A.Ed., University of Alabama at Birmingham
- B.S., Towson University
- Adolescent Literacy
- Teacher Inquiry
- Interdisciplinary Methods & Materials
- National Council of Teachers of English
- Commission on the Study and Teaching of Adolescent Literature
- International Reading Association
- Assembly on Literature for Adolescents
- Kappa Delta Pi
- Maryland State Representative for the Assembly on Literature for Adolescents
- State of Maryland International Reading Association Council
- SoMIRAC, Literacy Educators of Maryland
- Baltimore City Reading Council
- Bull, K. (2012). Identifying obstacles and garnering support: Young adult literature in the English language arts classroom. In J. Hayn, J. Kaplan (Eds.), Teaching young adult literature today: Insights, consideration and perspectives for the classroom teacher and educational researcher (pp.). Lanham: Roman & Littlefield.
- Bull, K. (2011). Connecting with texts: Teacher candidates reading young adult literature. Theory Into Practice, 50 (3), 223–230.
- Letcher, M., & Bull, K. (2009). Analyzing style and intertextuality in Twilight. Off the shelves. English Journal, 98 (3), 113-116.