BOOKS

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HOME WITH HIP HOP FEMINISM: PERFORMANCES IN COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE

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HOME GIRLS, MAKE SOME NOISE!: HIP HOP FEMINISM ANTHOLOGY

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GLOBALIZING CULTURAL STUDIES:  ETHNOGRAPHIC INTERVENTIONS IN THEORY, METHOD & POLICY

BOOK CHAPTERS & JOURNAL ARTICLES

Durham, A., McFerguson, M., Sanders, S., and Woodruffe, A. (2020). “The Future of Autoethnography is Black,”  Journal of Autoethnography, 1 (3), pp. 289–296.

 

Durham, A. (2020). “Black Feminist Thought, Intersectionality, and Intercultural Communication,” in Shinsuke Eguchi, Bernadette Marie Calafell, and Shadee Abdi (eds.), De-whitening Intersectionality: Race, Intercultural Communication, and Politics. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, pp. 45-57.

 

Durham, A. (2020). “Wounded: Diagnosis (for a) Black Woman,” in Robin M. Boylorn and Mark P. Orbe (eds.). Critical autoethnography: Intersecting cultural identities in everyday life (2nd Edition). New York: Routledge, pp. 21-31.

 

Durham, A. (2019).  Hip Hop Feminist Media Studies (Reprint). In Karin Stanford & Charles Jones (eds.), Higher Learning: Hip Hop in the Ivory Tower, Baltimore, MD: Black Classic Press.

Durham, A. (2018). White folks: race and identity in rural America. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 1-2. doi:10.1080/01419870.2018.1499949

Durham, A. (2017). “Class Formation: Beyoncé in Music Video Production.” Black Camera: The New Series, 9(1), pp. 197-204.

 

Durham, A. (2017). “On Collards” (Autoethnography). International Review of Qualitative Research, 10(1), pp. 22-23.

 

Durham, A. (2017). “Analog Girl in a Digital World: Hip Hop Feminism and Media Activism,” In Victor Pickard and Guobin Yang (eds.), Media Activism in the Digital Age. New York: Routledge, pp. 205-215.

Durham, A. (2017). “Do We Need a Body Count to Count? Notes on the Serial Murders of Black Women,” In Brittney Cooper, Susana Morris and Robin Boylorn (eds). The Crunk Feminist Collection. New York: The Feminist Press, City University of New York, pp. 22-24.

 

Durham, A. (2017). “Inconceivable: Black Infertility,” In Brittney Cooper, Susana Morris and Robin Boylorn (eds). The Crunk Feminist Collection. New York: The Feminist Press, City University of New York, pp. 88-91.

 

Durham, A. (2017). “Sticks, Stones, and Microphones: A Melody of Misogyny,” In Brittney Cooper, Susana Morris and Robin Boylorn (eds). The Crunk Feminist Collection. New York: The Feminist Press, City University of New York, pp. 178-179.

 

 Durham, A. (2017). “Nicki’s World,” In Brittney Cooper, Susana Morris and Robin Boylorn (eds). The Crunk Feminist Collection. New York: The Feminist Press, City University of New York, pp. 215-217.

 

Cooper, B., Durham, A., Morris, S., and Raimist, R. (2017). “Ten Crunk Commandments for Reinvigorating Hip Hop Feminist Studies,” In Brittney Cooper, Susana Morris and Robin Boylorn (eds). The Crunk Feminist Collection. New York: The Feminist Press, City University of New York, pp. 172-174.

Durham, A. (2015). “_____ While Black: Millennial Race Play and the Post-Hip-Hop Generation.” Cultural Studies ↔ Critical Methodologies, pp. 253-259.

 

Durham, A. (2015). Kindred narratives: reflections of southern black orality in 'Sweetwater.' Qualitative Inquiry, 21(2), pp. 122-124.

 

Alexander, B. K., Arasaratnam, L. A., Avant-Mier, R., Durham, A., Flores, L., Leeds-Hurwitz, W., Mendoza, S. L., Oetzel, J., Osland, J., Tsuda, Y., Yin, J., Halualani, R. T. (2014). Defining and Communicating What “Intercultural” and “Intercultural Communication” Means To Us. Journal of International and Intercultural Communication, 7(01), 14-37. doi: 10.1080/17513057.2014.869524

 

Alexander, B. K., Arasaratnam, L. A., Avant-Mier, R., Durham, A., Flores, L., Leeds-Hurwitz, W., Mendoza, S. L., Oetzel, J., Osland, J., Tsuda, Y., Yin, J., Halualani, R. T. (2014). Identifying Key Intercultural Urgencies, Issues, and Challenges in Today’s World: Connecting Our Scholarship to Dynamic Contexts and Historical Moments. Journal of International and Intercultural Communication, 7(01), 38-67. doi: 10.1080/17513057.2014.869527

 

Alexander, B. K., Arasaratnam, L. A., Avant-Mier, R., Durham, A., Flores, L., Leeds-Hurwitz, W., Mendoza, S. L., Oetzel, J., Osland, J., Tsuda, Y., Yin, J., Halualani, R. T. (2014). Our Role as Intercultural Scholars, Practitioners, Activists, and Teachers in Addressing These Key Intercultural Urgencies, Issues, and Challenges. Journal of International and Intercultural Communication, 7(01), 68-99. doi: 10.1080/17513057.2014.869526

 

Alexander, B. K., Arasaratnam, L. A., Avant-Mier, R., Durham, A., Flores, L., Leeds-Hurwitz, W., Mendoza, S. L., Oetzel, J., Osland, J., Tsuda, Y., Yin, J., Halualani, R. T. (2014). Introducing the Discussion and One Another. Journal of International and Intercultural Communication, 7(01), 4-13. doi: 10.1080/17513057.2014.869523

 

Durham, A., Cooper, B., & Morris, S. (2013). The Stage Hip-Hop Feminism Built. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 38(3), pp. 721-737.

 

Durham, A. (2012).  “Check on it”: Beyoncé, Southern Booty and Black Femininities in Music Video. Feminist Media Studies, 12(1), pp. 35-49.

 

Durham, A. (2010).  Hip Hop Feminist Media Studies.  International Journal of Africana Studies, 16(2), pp 117-135. Reprint (forthcoming, March 2014) in Dropping Knowledge: Hip Hop Pedagogy in the Academy, K. Stanford & C. Jones (Eds.). Black Classic Press.

 

McCarthy, C. Durham, A., Elavsky, C.M., Filmer, A., Giardina, M., Harewood, S., Kim, S., Logue, J., Malagreca, M., & Mowatt, R. (2009). “Introduction. Contesting Identities, Contesting Nation,” Policy Futures in Education, 7(2), pp. 138-144.

 

Durham, A. (2009). “Behind Beats and Rhymes: Working Class from a Hampton Roads Hip Hop Homeplace.” Policy Futures in Education, 7(2), pp. 217-229.

 

Ellis, C., Adams, T., Ellingson, L., Bochner, A., Denzin, N., Durham, A., Madison, D. S., Alexander, R., Pelias, R., Defenbaugh, N., and Richardson, L. (2009). “Mentoring Relationships: Creating a Future for Qualitative Inquiry.” In Norman Denzin and Michael Giardina (eds.), Qualitative Inquiry and Social Justice. Walnut Creek: Left Coast Press, pp. 279-302.

 

Durham, A. (2008). “Between Us: A Bio-Poem.” Meridians: Feminism, Race, Transnationalism, 8(2), pp. 177-182.

 

Durham, A. and Baez, J. (2007). “A Tail of Two Women: Exploring the Contours of Difference in Popular Culture,” In Stephanie Springgay and Debra Freedman (eds.), Curriculum and the Cultural Body. New York: Peter Lang Publishing Group, pp. 130-145.

 

McCarthy, C. Durham, A., Engel, L., Filmer, A., Giardina, M., and Malagreca, M. (2007). “Introduction:  Confronting Cultural Studies in Globalizing Times.” In Cameron McCarthy, Aisha Durham, Laura Engel, Alice A. Filmer, Michael D. Giardina, Jennifer Logue, Miguel Malagreca (eds.), Globalizing Cultural Studies:  Ethnographic Interventions in Theory, Method, & Policy. New York: Peter Lang Publishing Group, pp. xviii-xxxiv.

 

Durham, A. (2007). “Recalling the Ethnographic Displacement of Hip Hop/Home/Bodies.” In Cameron McCarthy, Aisha Durham, Laura Engel, Alice A. Filmer, Michael D. Giardina, Jennifer Logue, Miguel Malagreca (eds.), Globalizing Cultural Studies:  Ethnographic Interventions in Theory, Method, & Policy. New York: Peter Lang Publishing Group, pp. 153-166.

 

Durham, A. (2007). Using [Living Hip Hop] Feminism: Redefining an Answer (to) Rap. In Gwendolyn Pough, Elaine Richardson, Aisha Durham, and Rachel Raimist (eds.), Home Girls, Make Some Noise!: Hip Hop Feminism Anthology. New York: Parker Publishing, pp. 304-312.

 

Durham, A. (2004). “Verbal Exchange.” Qualitative Inquiry, (10)4, pp. 493-495.

 

 Durham, A. (2003). “Holloween: The Morning-After Poem.” Qualitative Inquiry, (9)2, pp. 300-302.

 

Durham, A. (2003). “For Teri.” Qualitative Inquiry, 9(1), pp. 18-20.