“Naughty Child: The Racial Politics of Sentimental Discipline in
Selected U.S. Antebellum Texts,” completed 2008.
"Whiteboys': Autoethnography, Internalized Racism, and
Composition at the University's Gateway." Across the
Disciplines special issue: "Anti-Racist Activism: Teaching
Rhetoric and Writing." Eds: Frankie Condon and Vershawn
Ashanti Young. Forthcoming
"'So Wicked': Revisiting Uncle Tom's Cabin's
Sentimental Racism through the Lens of the Child." The
Children's Table: Childhood Studies and the Humanities. Ed.
Anna Mae Duane. Athens: University of Georgia Press.
"Dangerous Morals: Hollywood Puts a Happy Face on Urban
Education," The Media on Education. Radical Teacher
54 (Fall 1997).
“New York and Slavery: Time to Teach the Truth, by Alan
J. Singer. Teachers College Record, p. http://www.tcrecord.org. ID
Number: 15911. Date published: January 2010.
Edited journal issues and authored
Co-Editor, Race in the Classroom. Radical Teacher 70
Co-Editor, Teacher Education and Social Justice.
Radical Teacher 64 (Fall 2002) and 65 (Spring 2003).
Co-Editor, Beyond Identity Politics: Teaching and Social
Difference. Radical Teacher 58 (Spring 1999).
Writing in Progress:
“Mixed Feelings: Naughty Children and the Limits of Sentimental
Discipline in Uncle Tom’s Cabin,” The Children’s Table: Childhood
Studies and the Humanities. Accepted by editors of proposed volume,
which is under consideration at the University of Georgia
"'Ripping the Veil': Toni Morrison's Beloved Remembers
Slavery." New York Metropolitan American Studies Association,
New York, NY November 2011
“Remixed Literacies: Memoir + I-Search = Me-Search?” Conference
on College Composition and Communication. Louisville, KY March
2010. Co-presented with Kathryn Shaughnessy.
“Becoming Your Own Informant: Autoethnographic Writing in
Composition Studies.” Ethnography in Education Research Forum.
University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education,
Philadelphia, PA February 2010.
“’No One Cares for Me Only to Get My Work’: Child Labor,
Mischief, and Sympathy in Harriet Wilson’s Our Nig.” Modern
Language Association Convention, San Francisco, CA December
“Infanticide and the Politics of Mourning in James Fenimore
Cooper’s The Last of the Mohicans.” American Literature
Association, Cambridge, MA May 2005.
“Affect, Excess, and Anxiety in Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s
‘The Runaway Slave at Pilgrim’s Point.’” Tufts University Gradate
Student Conference, Medford, MA October 2003.
“Why Is There a Cowboy on the Cover of Chang-rae Lee’s Native
Speaker?” American Literature Association, Cambridge, MA May