Book in Progress:
Women’s Activist Theatre in Jamaica and South Africa: Gender, Race and Performance Space. Read details here.
“Migratory Subjectivities and African Diasporic Theatre: Race, Gender, and Nation.” In The Palgrave Handbook on Theatre and Migration, edited by Yana Meerzon and Stephen Wilmer. London: Palgrave MacMillan. Forthcoming 2022.
“Activist Aesthetics and the Work of The Mothertongue Project.” In Collaborative Conversations: Celebrating 21 Years of The Mothertongue Project, Eds. Alex Halligey and Sara Matchett. Cape Town: Modjaji Books, 2021.
“Race, the Public Sphere and Sexual Violence in the Mothertongue Project’s Walk: South Africa.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. 46 No. 3. (2021): 537-560.
“Black Performance, Black Legacies, African Futures: An Africana Perspective on Marvel’s Black Panther and Luke Cage.” Annual Marcus Mosiah Garvey Lecture held at Liberty Hall, Kingston, Jamaica. August 2018. 76 King Street: Journal of Liberty Hall: The Legacy of Marcus Garvey. Vol. 5. (2021).
Girlhood Rage, Puberty and Biculturality in Cuties. Co-written with Barbara Thelamour. The Black Scholar. November 2020. read here.
“Blackness, Birthright and the Battle for Harlem: Intra-Racial Conflict in Marvel’s Luke Cage Season Two.” The Black Scholar. August 2018. read here
“The Radical Aesthetic of Sistren Theatre Collective.” In Caribbean Reasonings: Rupert Lewis and the Black Intellectual Tradition, Eds. Clinton Hutton, Jermaine McCalpin and Maziki Thame. Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers, 2018.
“History and Drama in C.L.R. James’ ‘Toussaint L’Ouverture’.” The C.L.R. James Journal 23rd Anniversary Issue, Nos. 1 & 2 (2014): 38-60.
“In Search of Garvey’s Genealogy: A Preliminary Analysis.” Jamaica Journal 33 No. 3 (2012): 30-59.
“Marketing Pan-Africanism to a New Generation: The Case of Liberty Hall: The Legacy of Marcus Garvey.” In Pan-Africanism: Strengthening the Unity of Africa and its Diaspora, Eds. B.F. Bankie and K. Mchombu, 71-94. Windhoek, Namibia: Gamsberg MacMillan Publishers Ltd, 2006.
“Legitimizing Africa in Jamaica.” In After Man: Towards the Human: Critical Essays on Sylvia Wynter, Ed. Anthony Bogues, 200-314. Miami and Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers, 2005.