Chapter Three: The Idea of a High School Writing Center from The Successful High School Writing Center, edited by Dawn Fels and Jennifer Wells and published in November 2011 by Teachers College Press, pages 28-38.
Interchapter 3 from Facing the Center: Toward an Identity Politics of One to One Mentoring by Harry Denny, published in 2010 by Utah State University Press, page 84.
“Critical Literacy and Urban Youth: Pedagogies of Access, Dissent and Liberation” & “Beyond Resistance: Youth Activism and Community Change New Democratic Possibilities for Practice and Policy for America’s Youth.” (Book Review). With Meridith Leo-Rowett. Changing English. Volume 16, Issue 4, 2009.
“Tutor Self Efficacy: What They Get Out of It.” International Writing Centers Association. Pittsburgh, PA. October 2015
High School Writing Centers Special Interest Group Presentation. International Writing Centers Association. Orlando, FL. October 2014.
“Contesting Identities in Writing Centers: Theorizing Subject Positions, Practices, and Political Contexts.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Atlanta, GA. April 2011.
“Mapping Privilege and the Politics of Oppression Through/In Writing Centers.” International Writing Centers Association. Baltimore, MD. November, 2010.
“Sustainability Through Integrating Writing Center Work with High School Curriculum.” Secondary Writing Center Session. National Council of Teachers of English Convention. Philadelphia, PA. November 2009.
“Everything that Can Go Wrong … Won't Necessarily Go Wrong.” National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing. Mount Holyoke College. South Hadley, MA. November 2009.
“Decentering the Center: Taking Writing Center Pedagogy into the Community.” Northeast Writing Centers Association Conference. Hartford, CT. April 2009.
“A Tale of Two Compositionists: Doctoral Discourses in Digital Form.” The North Carolina Symposium on Teaching Writing. North Carolina State University. Raleigh, NC. October 2008.
“Taking the Writing Center Out of the University: Using University Resources to Facilitate the Inception of a Student Staffed Writing Center at an Inner City High School.” International Writing Centers Association. Las Vegas, NV. Oct. 2008.
“The Rise of Technology in the Classroom: Regulating, (Re)orienting, and Engaging with Intimate Dialogues via Online Communication.” SUNY Council on Writing. SUNY Stony Brook. Stony Brook, NY. April 2008.
“Renegotiating Technology in the Classroom: Re-Wiring, Re-thinking, and Revising the Writing Process in an Electronic Classroom.” St. John’s University Graduate Student Conference. Queens, NY. April 2008.
“Incorporating Writing Across the Curriculum: How to utilize writing to improve students' critical thinking skills in all subject areas.” Nazareth Regional High School Faculty Workshop. Brooklyn, NY. October 2007.