Celebrity and Youth: Mediated Audiences, Fame Aspirations, and Identity Formation (editor). 2018, Mediated Youth series, Peter Lang Publishing, Inc.
“Snatched: Constructions of Child Abductions in U.S. News,” with Leigh Moscowitz. 2016 in Mediated Youth series, Peter Lang Publishing, Inc.
“Too famous to protest: Far right online community bonding over collective desecration of Colin Kaepernick, fame, and celebrity activism.” Journal of Communication Inquiry, 2020.
#BlackLivesMatter: black celebrity hashtag activism and the discursive formation of a social movement, Celebrity Studies, 2018, co-authored with Nicole Heckemeyer.
“DIY Superheroines: Craftivism, capitalism, and counterhegemonic girl culture,” chapter in anthology Beyond Princess Culture: Gender and Children’s Marketing, edited by Katherine Foss, under contract with Peter Lang Publishing, Inc.
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