Recent Links

Link D source code “WHO is the Monster: Profiling Dr. Who as Antivillain or Antihero”
ICFA, Orlando, March 2012.
Link D source code “Engaging Students as Multi-literate Scholars”
HCC Annual Faculty Conference—“All Tech Considered: Navigating Through Multiliteracies.” Houston, February 2013.
Link D source code “Seeing the Unspeakable: Symbiotic Maturation through the Reading of Graphic Novels”
ICFA, Orlando, March 2013.
Link D source code “The Suppression of Sub-Saharan Homo-Sapiens’ Intelligence”
College Language Association Convention, New Orleans, March 2014.
Link D source code “Bigger on the Inside: A Humanistic Reconstructionist Approach to the Project-Based Educations of the Companions of Doctor Who.”
International Conference for the Fantastic in the Arts, Orlando, March 2015.
Link D source code “That’ll Teach You: Mentoring as the Corruption of Innocence in Black Butler, Black Mirror, Dr. Who, and Hex.”
International Conference for the Fantastic in the Arts, Orlando, March 2016.
Link D source code “Let Me Tell You a Story: Mr. Nancy’s Narrative Therapy and Critical Pedagogy in Starz's American Gods.”
International Conference for the Fantastic in the Arts, Orlando, March 2018.
Link D source code “The Glass Ceiling in the Ivory Tower: An African American woman scholar examines de facto limitations in United States academia.”
UHD 11th Annual Gender Conference, University of Houston—Downtown, April 2018.
Link D source code “Increasing student knowledge and improving GPAs with inclusive and culturally responsive textbooks.”
Research Week 2019, Texas Southern University, March, 2019.
Link D source code “Maggots and Tomato Worms: Impotence and Violence in Coraline and The 1855 Murder Case of Missouri versus Celia, an Enslaved Woman"
UHD 12th Annual Gender Conference, University of Houston—Downtown, April 2019.
Link Book Review: Frances Smith Foster. ‘Til Death or Distance Do Us Part: Love and Marriage in African America, New York: Oxford University Press, 2014.
In CLA Journal, Vol. 56, No. 3, March 2013.
Link D source code “Cacie’s Prism.”
Love and Darker Passions, Double Dragon Publishing/Blood Moon Publishing, 2012.
Link D source code “My Bogeyman.”
Tales in Firelight and Shadow, Double Dragon Publishing/Blood Moon Publishing, 2014.
Link D source code “Made into Nothing: Surviving Multifaceted Vulnerability”
The Maroon Journal, 2019.
Link D source code “Beloved and Betrayed: Survival and Authority in Kindred”
The Griot, Vol. 22, Number 1, Spring 2003.
Link D source code “Abiku Babies: Spirit Children and Human Bonding in Ben Okri’s The Famished Road, Edwidge Danticat’s Krik? Krak!, and Tina McElroy Ansa’s Baby of the Family”
The Griot, Vol. 24, Number 1, Spring 2005.
Link object code “Without Mouths”: Director’s Observation of the Focus on Communication and Destruction in William Shakespeare’s Othello
IUSB, May 2007.
Link D source code “African American College Preparation through Reading in Secondary Schools”
The Griot, Vol. 34, No. 2, Fall 2015.
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Course Located on HCC Online Canvas
Link ECMAScript program Loose and Periodic Sentences