Research

“DFW Ain’t Just an Airport in Texas: Standard Departures from Black Colleges and  Universities” (with Ji Young Kim). Ongoing quantitative study in collaboration with the Dartmouth Institute for Writing and Rhetoric.

“Color-Deafness: White Writing as Palimpsest for African American English in Screen Captioning and Video Technologies” (with Nicole E. Snell) in Rhetorics of Whiteness: PostRacial Hauntings in Popular Culture, Social Media, and Education. Eds. Tammy M. Kennedy, Joyce Irene Middleton, and Krista Ratcliffe. Southern Illinois University Press. January 2017. 

“Sage Wisdom and Emoji Writing: Harlem River Translations of the I-Ching Hypertext Oracle as Pocket App.” Forthcoming in PRE/TEXT: A Journal of Rhetoric TheorySpecial issue on Geoffrey Sirc. Eds. Cynthia Haynes and Victor J. Vitanza.

“Barack Obama: Black Talk Flow, White Folk Fluent.” Eds. Ira Allen and Elizabeth A. Flynn. College Composition and Communication. 67:3 (2016) 469-477. Print.

Review of Keepin’ it Hushed: The Barbershop and African American Hush Harbor Rhetoric by Vorris L. Nunley for JAC: A Journal of Rhetoric, Culture, & Politics. Fall 2014.

The King of Campaigns and Racial Ontology: An Object Oriented Critique.” Rhetoric Society of America. Biannual Conference. San Antonio, TX. May 2014.

Access Denied: Digital Jim Crow and Institutional Barriers to Open Access.Conference on College Composition and Communication – Language Policy Committee Workshop. Invited Speaker. Indianapolis, IN. March 2014.

Rendering Blackness: Screen Technologies as African American Cultural Performance.” National Council for Black Studies. Digital Roundtable. Indianapolis, IN. March 2013.

Digital Memory and Narrative through ‘African American Rhetoric[s] 2.O.’ Review of Digital Griots: African America Rhetoric in a Multimedia Age” for Enculturation: A Journal of Rhetoric, Writing, and Culture. March 2012.

Black Atlantic Oceans and Ontologies: Spatial Assemblages and Race.” Rhetoric Society of America Biennial Conference. Philadelphia, PA. May 2012.

Carl Owens: Biographical Entry.” African American National Biography. Oxford University Press. 2008.

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