*Pieces that were either peer reviewed, research based, written with academic audiences in mind and/or featured in academic journals/books*


Dreaming Up a Digital Class for Magical Black Girls: A Reflection on the Place of Black Girls in American Studies Scholarship and Pedagogy,Ampersand: An American Studies Journal, September 2021

“Breaking and (Re)Making,” in Dorothy Kim and Adeline Koh ed. Alternative Historiographies of the Digital Humanities [open access from Punctum Books]

How I Became a Scholar of Black Girl Fantasy,” Catapult

Book Review: Distributed Blackness: African American Cybercultures by André Brock, Jr., Media Industries, vol. 7, no. 2


Wakanda Forever,” (a tribute to Chadwick Boseman) in Popular Culture Studies Journal, vol. 8, no. 2

How America’s Second Oldest University is Reckoning with its History of Slavery,” Shondaland