“An Art of Truth In Things: Confronting Hiphop Illiteracies in Writing Classrooms at Predominantly White Colleges and Universities.” Community Literacy Journal, 2021.
“What Else Do We Know? Translingualism and the History of SRTOL as Threshold Concepts in Our Field.” College Composition and Communication, 2020.
“Let the People Rap: Cultural Rhetorics Pedagogy and Practices Under CUNY’s Open Admissions, 1968-1978.” Journal of Basic Writing, 2020.
“Constellating White Women’s Cultural Rhetorics: The Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching and Its Contemporary Scholars.” Peitho: Journal of the Coalition of Women Scholars in the History of Rhetoric & Composition, 2018.
“In Reference to Your Recent Communications.” Harper’s Magazine, 2005.
Selected Essays and Reviews
“Disasters at the Origin of a Sense of Disaster: Ferrante on Fascism [on the Neapolitan Novels].” Los Angeles Review of Books, 2018.
“Where We Are: Literacy Narrative: Ways to Write #MeToo.” Composition Studies, 2018.
“How the TV Adaptation of I Love Dick Recenters the Female Gaze.” Hyperallergic, 2017.
“Session Review: A.31 ‘Teaching Writing to Support #BLM at Predominantly White Institutions.’’’ Kairos: Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, 2016.
“This Post Burns Coal.” Medium, 2016.
“What Will Happen to Kim Kardashian in the Revolution?” The American Reader, 2014.
“Yeezy Rising.” The American Reader, 2014.
“High on Life [on Laurie Colwin].” New Haven Review, 2009.
“Playing Fill-In-The-Blanks with a Father’s Life.” The Forward, 2005.
I occasionally blog at The Word: The Stanford Journal of Student Hiphop Research, though it’s predominantly a space for students. Before students and I founded that, I wrote a solo blog, Hiphopocracy, from 2011-2017. Some favorites include:
For The Word:
Alicia Florrick Tho, 2014