Publications and Presentations

Peer Reviewed Articles:

Duthely, Regina. “Black Feminist Hip-Hop Rhetorics and the Digital Public Sphere.” Changing English, vol. 24, no. 2, 2017, pp. 202-12.

Book Chapters:

Duthely, Regina. “Hip-Hop Rhetoric and Multimodal Digital Composition.” The Routledge Handbook of Digital Writing and Rhetoric (Invited, Forthcoming)

Presentations:

“Legitimizing Identities: Race, Gender, and Liberation in Digital Discourse Communities” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Portland, OR. March 2017

“Hip-Hop Rhetoric and Liberatory Digital Composition” 6th Biennial International Critical Thinking and Writing Conference. Hamden, CT. November 2016

“Twitter in the Writing Classroom: Rhetorical Listening, Silence, and Resistance” Thomas R. Watson Conference. Louisville, KY. October 2016

“Race, Resistance, and Writing in the Public Sphere” Computers and Writing Conference. Rochester, NY. May 2016

“Black Voices in Digital Spaces” HASTAC Conference. Tempe, AZ. May, 2016.

“Black Feminist Formations: The Digital Public and Black Women’s Resistance” St. John’s Global Humanities Conference. Queens, NY. April 2016

“’Miley What’s Good’: Cultural Colonialism and Pop Culture” Northeast Modern Language Association Convention. Hartford, CT. March 2016 (panel chair)

“Rhetoric, Race, and Change: Digital Humanities and Academic Activism” Africana Critical Composition and Rhetoric Conference. Bowie, MD. February 2016

“’Why My Crew Gotta Sit at the Gate?’ (R.I.5. John Rodriguez): The Risks and Rewards of Speaking Rhetorical Truth into Silencing Spaces: Race, Space, and Place Online” NCTE Assembly for Research Midwinter Conference. New Orleans, LA. February 2015

““Meetin’ the Originoo Crooks…”: Race, Open Access, and Digital Appropriation.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Indianapolis, IN. March 2014

“Laying it Down!: African American Students, Subversive Digital Discourse, and Respectability Politics in the Academic Sphere.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Las Vegas, NV. March 2013

“Growing Our Mother’s Gardens: The Digital Ethos of Black Womanhood.” Thomas R. Watson Conference. Louisville, KY. October 2012

“When and Where I Enter: Black Women and the Literary Canon.” St. John’s University Graduate Conference. Queens, NY. April 2012

Invited Talks:

Guest Panelist, “’You Ain’t About That Life’: Hip-Hop Rhetoric and African American English in the Composition Classroom.” Teaching Vernaculars Roundtable. St. John’s University, November 2013.