Brady Nash

Brady NashAssistant Professor - ELA

McGuffey Hall, 400M
Office Hours: By appointment on Zoom


Ph.D. - Curriculum and Instruction, The University of Texas - Austin
M.A. - Media Arts, Long Island University
M.A. - Teaching of English, Columbia University Teachers College
B.A. - Philosophy and English, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

Curriculum Vitae

Recent Publications

Nash, B. & Brady, R. B. (2022). Video games in the secondary English language arts classroom: A state-of-the-art review of the literature. Reading Research Quarterly, 57(3): 957-981.

Nash, B. (2022). Navigating inquiries: A flexible approach to writing (and thinking) about literature. Voices From the Middle, 29(3), 40-44.

Nash, B. (2022). “We felt like pioneers”: Exploring the social and emotional dimensions of English teachers’ learning during online professional development. Journal of Online Learning Research, 8(1), 101-125.

Nash, B., Mosley Wetzel, M., Dunham, H., & Murdter-Atkinson, J. (2021). Ways of being in community: Centering preservice teachers’ culturally sustaining pedagogies in field-based literacy teacher education. Literacy Research: Theory, Method and Practice, 70(1), 408-427.

Nash, B. (2021). Constructing meaning online: Critical reading practices for a post-truth world. The Reading Teacher, 74(6), 713-722.

Research Interests

Brady's research examines critical and culturally responsive approaches to digital and multimodal literacies in the context of K-12 classrooms and preservice teacher education

Courses Taught

Brady teaches Critical Literacy Foundations in the Department of Teaching, Curriculum, and Educational Inquiry