ACADEMIC ARTICLES & BOOK CHAPTERS
“Unenslaveable Rapture: Afrxfuturism and Diasporic Vertigo in Beyoncé's Lemonade.” Afrofuturism special issue,TOPIA: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies: Special Issue: Black Lives, Black Politics, Black Futures, VanVeen, tobias c. and Reynaldo Anderson, eds. Published online Oct. 2, 2018. Print edition November 2018. https://utpjournals.press/doi/abs/10.3138/topia.39.06
“‘Neon Slaves, Electric Savages’: Badoula Oblongata, The ArchAndroid & Saartje Baartman’s Ghost,” in Afrofuturism and (Un)Popular Music. tobias c. van Veen, eds. (volume under submission)
“‘A Kind of Restoration’: Psychogeographies of Healing in Toni Morrison’s Home” in Toni Morrison: Memory and Meaning, University Press of Mississipi, Tally, Justine and Adrienne Seward, eds. (Sept. 2014): 194-204.
“‘Dust to Cleanse Themselves,’ A Survivor’s Ethos: Diasporic Disidentifications in Zeitoun” in Biography, 35.2, “Special Issue: Life Stories from the Creole City,” Spring 2012: 271-285.
“Placing Toni Morrison’s Love: African American and Women of Color Feminists Theorizing Embodiment, Home, and Memory as Political Resistance.” International Journal of the Humanities, 2(2), Nairn, Tom and Mary Kalantzis, Eds., Melbourne, Australia: Common Ground Publishing, Spring 2006: 1425-1433.
“1+1=3 and Other Dilemmas: Reading Vertigo in Invisible Man, My Life in the Bush of Ghosts, and Song of Solomon.” African American Review, Vol. 37, #1, Spring 2003: 81-94.
“The Red Bucket, Tango, & Nahui Xochitl” in Jalada Africa 2 Anthology: Afrofuturism (Spring 2015). https://jalada.org/2015/01/14/jalada-02-afrofutures/
“The Break,” in Black Cool: One Thousand Streams of Blackness, Rebecca Walker, ed., Berkeley: Soft Skull Press (January 2012). (Rebecca Walker "Black Cool" interview NPR https://www.npr.org/2012/02/14/146863332/writers-explore-the-meaning-of-black-cool)
"#MemeGame #whodoyouworship? #BeyoncétheFeminist #AprilBey," Dis...Miss: Who Do You Love?, LA Freewaves (forthcoming 2021)
“Wakana Kimura: Circles,” R.S.V.P. Los Angeles: The Project Series at Pomona Catalogue, Geis, Terri and Mc Grew, Rebecca,Eds. Claremont: Pomona College Museum of Art (October 2015).
“Blessing Racism,” The Feminist Wire, www.thefeministwire.com, Nov. 2012.