Overview

  • Kristine Sunday is an Assistant Professor of Teaching and Learning and Co-Director of the Daren College of Education Literacy Center. She earned her PhD in Art Education from the The Pennsylvania State University in 2011, where she also worked as a faculty member from 2010-2014.
  • Selected Publications

    Articles In Academic Journals

    Year Title
    2017 Poverty is two coins: young children read and draw social justice issuesThe Reading Teacher. 679-688.
    2015 Relational making: Re/imagining theories of child artStudies in art education. 288-340.
    2014 IntroductionsBank Street Occasional Papers.
    2013 "I'm going to have to draw it to find out": Cognitive intersections between playing, knowing, and the formation of egocentric speechInternational Journal of Art in Early Childhood Research Journal.
    2013 Relational Spaces of becoming in research with children.International Journal of Education and the Arts.
    "Playing with identity": Fluidity, power and possibilities from virtual girl worldArts and Learning Research Journal. 35-50.

    Chapters

    Year Title
    2015 New directions in researching young children’s art makingHandbook of research methods in early childhood education. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

    Research Overview

  • Her research interests include children's drawing, early childhood art education and questions of materiality in early childhood teaching and learning.
  • Grants

  • Early Childhood Symposium  awarded by PNC 2016 -
  • Early Childhood Symposium  awarded by PNC Bank 2015 -
  • Early Childhood Symposium  awarded by PNC 2014 -
  • Keywords

  • Early Childhood Art
  • Early Childhood Pedagogy
  • Early Literacy
  • Learning
  • Narrative Career Interventions
  • Qualitative Research Methodology
  • Education And Training

  • Ph.D. in Art Education, Pennsylvania State University 2011
  • Full Name

  • Kristine Sunday