‘I Am Not Your Teaching Moment’: The Benevolent Gaslight & Epistemic Violence” with Pritha Prasad. College Composition and Communication 74.2. (2022): 322-351. Print. [Winner, CCCC 2023 Richard Braddock Award]

Nutha Planets: On Telos and Digital Blackness.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 16.3 (2022). Online.

Talking Through Reality/TV: Black/Feminist Viewing Party Pedagogies.” Films for the Feminist Classroom 11.1 (2021). Online.

“Black in Time: How #BlackLivesMatter Reorients the Human.” Brazilian Journal of Media History [Revista Brasileira de História da Mídia] 10.2 (2021): 10-26. Online.

What’s in a Game? Wake Working (Fantasy) Football’s Anti-Black Temporalities.” Women’s Studies in Communication 43.4 (2020): 400-413. Print.

Coda: A Rupture in Time” with Kundai Chirindo, Robert Gutierrez-Perez, Matthew Houdek, Ersula J. Ore, Kendall R. Phillips, Lee Pierce, and G. Mitchell Reyes. Women’s Studies in Communication 43.4 (2020): 459-470. Print.

“#BlackLivesMatter: Pasts, Presents, and Futures” with Pritha Prasad and Sherita V. Roundtree. Prose Studies 40.1 (2018): 1-14. Print.

“New Transcription of Surrey’s ‘Love that doth raine,’” Notes & Queries 59.4 (2012): 496-8. Print.


“Presence Through Difference: Antiracist Pedagogies in the Age of COVID-19.” A Socially Just Classroom: Transdisciplinary Approaches to Teaching Writing Across the Humanities. Eds. Kristin Coffey and Vuslat D. Katsanis. Wilmington, DE: Vernon Press (2022): 191-204. Print.

Writing for Change: Re-inventing the University,” with 21 undergraduate students. Inventing the Discipline: Student Writing in Composition Studies. Eds. Peter Moe and Stacey Waite, Anderson, SC: Parlor Press (2022). Online.

DBLAC and Student Writing: Turning Individual Pain into Collective Gain,” with Khirsten L. Scott. Inventing the Discipline: Student Writing in Composition Studies. Eds. Peter Moe and Stacey Waite. Anderson, SC: Parlor Press (2022). Online.

“You Can’t Do That Here: Black/Feminist Autoethnography & Histories of Intellectual Exclusion.” Self+Culture+Writing: Autoethnography For/As Writing Studies. Eds. Jackie Grutsch McKinney and Rebecca Jackson. Logan: Utah State University Press (2021): 175-185. Print.

“‘Are You Black Though?’: Black Autoethnography & Racing the Graduate Student/Instructor.” Precarious Rhetorics. Eds. Adela Licona, Wendy S. Hesford, and Christa Teston. Columbus: The Ohio State University Press (2018): 212-33. Print.


Black or Right: Anti/Racist Campus Rhetorics. Logan: Utah State University Press, 2020. Print. [Winner, CCCC 2022 Outstanding Book Award, Monograph; Winner, NCA 2022 Critical and Cultural Studies Division Outstanding Book Award]