Book Chapters

“African American Dance: A Complex History,” Dancing Many Drums: Excavations in African American Dance, edited by Thomas F. DeFrantz

“Afrofuturist Remains: A Speculative Rendering of Social Dance Futures v2.0,” Choreography and Corporeality: RELAY in Motion, edited by Thomas F. DeFrantz and Philipa Rothfield

“Ballet in Black: Louis Johnson and African American Vernacular Humour in Ballet”

“The Black Beat Made Visible, Hip Hop Dance and Body Power,” Of the Presence of the Body, Essays on Dance and Performance Theory, edited by Andre Lepecki

“Black Dance after Race,” The Oxford Handbook of Dance and Ethnicity, edited by Anthony Shay and Barbara Sellers-Young

“Donald Byrd, Re/making ‘beauty’,” Dance

“Field Notes: In the Studio with Ralph Lemon and Donald Byrd,” Dance Dramaturgy: Modes of Agency, Awareness and Engagement, edited by Pil Hansen and Darcey Callison

“Hip-Hop Habitus V.2.0,” Black Performance Theory, edited by Thomas F. DeFrantz and Anita Gonzalez

“Hip-Hop in Hollywood: Encounter, Community, Resistance,” The Oxford Handbook of Dance and the Popular Screen, edited by Melissa Blanco Borelli

“Introduction: From ‘Negro Expression’ to ‘Black Performance,’” Black Performance Theory, edited by Thomas F. DeFrantz and Anita Gonzalez

“Popular African American Dance of the 1950s and ‘60s,” Nothing Like the Real Thing, edited by Richard Carlin and Kinshasha Holman Conwill

“Popular Dance of the 1920s and Early ‘30s, From Animal Dance Crazes to the Lindy Hop,” Black Metropolis: New York City’s Harlem, 1914 to 1934

“Simmering Passivity: The Black Male Body in Concert Dance,” Moving History/Dance Cultures

“Simmering Passivity: The Black Male Body in Concert Dance”

“Switch: Queer Social Dance, Political Leadership, and Black Popular Culture,” The Oxford Handbook of Dance and Politics, edited by Rebekah J. Kowal, Gerald Siegmund, and Randy Martin

“THEM: Recombinant Aesthetics of Restaging Experimental Performance”

“To Make Black Bodies Strange, Social Critique in Concert Dance of the Black Arts Movement (1998),” Theatrical In(ter)ventions

“Unchecked Popularity: Neoliberal Circulations of Black Social Dance”

“Wait…hip hop sexualities,” Introducing the New Sexuality Studies, Original Essays and Interviews, edited by Steven Seidman, Nancy Fischer, Chet Meeks

“What is Black Dance? What Can It Do?” Thinking Through Theatre and Performance

“Dancing the Interface: Improvisation in Zones of Virtual Exchange,” The Oxford Handbook of Improvisation in Dance, edited by Vida L. Midgelow