“Teaching DH on a Shoestring: Minimalist Digital Humanities Pedagogy,” Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy 21 (2021).

“Who Guards the Gates? Feminist Methods of Scholarly Publishing,” co-authored with Amanda Licastro and Laura Kane, Interdisciplinary Digital Engagement in Arts & Humanities 3.4 (2023).

“Producing Their Own Literature: June Jordan and the Pedagogical Politics of Literary Anthologies,” Multi-Ethnic Literatures of the U.S. (MELUS), 45.3 (2020): 25-43.

“What Can Our Writing Do in the World? The Feminist Praxis of Publishing Student Writing,” Radical Teacher 115 (2019): 64-70.

“Write Out Loud: Risk & Reward in Digital Publishing.” Hybrid Pedagogy, November 8, 2017.

“Building a Student-Centered (Digital) Learning Community with Undergraduates.” Co-authored with Lisa Tagliaferri. Digital Humanities Quarterly 11.3 (2017).

“Changing the Subject: Adrienne Rich and the Poetics of Activist Pedagogy.” American Literature, special issue on “Pedagogy: Critical Practices for a Changing World” (2017).

“‘The Problem of Locomotion’: Infrastructure and Automobility in Three Postcolonial Urban Nigerian Novels.” Modern Fiction Studies 61.4 (2015): 669-689.


“Anthologizing Alternatives: June Jordan and Toni Cade Bambara’s Publishing Pedagogies,” Print Culture in the Americas, eds. Jesse Schwartz and Daniel Worden (Bloomsbury, 2022), 257-276.

“Digital Humanities: The Role of Interdisciplinary Humanities in the Information Age” coauthored with Cathy N. Davidson. Forthcoming 2016. The Oxford Handbook of Interdisciplinarity Second Edition. Ed. Robert Frodeman, Julie Thompson Klein, Robert Carlos Dos Santos Pacheco.

“Collaboration,” co-authored with Katina Rogers and Amanda Licastro. Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: Concepts, Models, and Experiments. Ed. Matthew K. Gold, Rebecca Frost Davis, Kathy Harris, Jentery Sayers. Modern Language Association.


Review of Black People Are My Business: Toni Cade Bambara’s Practices of Liberation by Thabiti Lewis, African-American Review 56.1 (2023): 134-136.

Review of MoMA Supposium, co-authored with Lynne Beckenstein, The Supposium: Thought Experiments & Poethical Play for Difficult Times, edited by Joan Retallack (Litmus 2018).

Review of Feminism, the Left, and Postwar Literary Culture by Kathlene McDonald. Callaloo 37.3 (2014): 742-746.

Public Writing

“Continuing the Work: Teaching with The Ghost Reader,” The Ghost Reader: Recovering Women’s
Contributions to Media Studies
, ed. Elena Hristova, Aimee-Marie Dorsten, and Carol A. Sabile
(MIT Press, 2023).

“Student-Centered Pedagogy’s Activist Roots,” Public Books, December 1, 2022

“Literary Studies in Marginalized Spaces: The City College SEEK Program,” Aydelotte Foundation, Swarthmore College, February 2022.

“bell hooks’ Pedagogical Legacy,” Chronicle of Higher Ed, December 23, 2021.

“Insurgent Genealogies,” Remaking the University, Ed. Christopher Newfield & Michael Meranze, January 14, 2019.

“Teaching with an Index Card: The Benefits of Free, Open-Source Tools.Chronicle of Higher Ed, October 15, 2018.

“Timekeeping as Feminist Pedagogy.” Inside Higher Ed, June 27, 2017.

“On Crafting an Assignment Sequence for a Collaborative, Web-Based Final Project in a Composition Course.” The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy. May 21, 2015.

“Because nothing is sufficient, we must use everything.” Critical Ethnic Studies. August 31, 2015.

Edited Collections

“The Liberatory Legacy of bell hooks,” co-edited with Nikki Fragala Barnes, Summer L. Hamilton,
Asma Neblett, and Kush Patel, The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy 23 (December

“Teaching and Research with Archives,” co-edited with Jojo Karlin and Stephen Klein, The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy 14 (January 2019).


“Feminism, Activism, and the Digital Humanities: An Interview with Danica Savonick” by Rekah Jo Aycock,, January 2021

“Inclusive Teaching,” Tea for Teaching podcast, December 2018

“An Interview with Recipients of the 2017 K. Patricia Cross Future Leaders Award.” Liberal Education 103.2 (2017).


“Orchestrating a Student-Centered Classroom: A How-To Guide” for Structuring Equality: A Handbook for Student-Centered Learning and Teaching Practices.

“An Invitation Towards Social Justice in the Digital Humanities.” Co-authored with participants in the Humanities Intensive Teaching and Learning (HILT) session, “De/Post/Colonial Digital Humanities.” July 2015.

“Gender Bias in Academe: An Annotated Bibliography of Important Recent Studies.” Co-authored with Cathy N. Davidson. January 26, 2015. 20,636 views. Recently re-published by the London School of Economics.