PUBLICATIONS

Jones, T. M. 2016. “I’m Callin You Out!”: Spoken Word as Social (Inter)Action. Texas Linguistics Forum 59: 60-70. Austin: University of Texas. http://salsa-tx.org/proceedings/2016/Jones.pdf

Jones, T. M. 2008. Review of Delivery College Composition: The Fifth Cannon edited by Kathleen Blake Yancey, Composition Studies, LORE online. (Discontinued)

CONFERENCE PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS

Sessions Organized

  • Media and Marginalization: Disrupting Dominant Narratives of Gender and Race in Public Space Reviewed by Society of Linguistic Anthropology, American Anthropological Association (AAA), Minnesota, MN, 2017

Presentations

  • Online Negotiations of Authority and the Ideological Landscape of a ‘Post-Race’ America
    American Anthropological Association (AAA), Minnesota, MN, 2017
  • “I’m Callin You Out!”: Spoken Word as Social (Inter)Action,” Symposium About Language and Society – Austin (SALSA), Austin, TX Spring 2016
  • “Wha’chu Say He Say?!: Spoken Word as Performed Black Feminism,” Southeastern Conference on Linguistics (SECOL), New Orleans, LA, Spring 2016
  • “Get Up!: If Black English Isn’t a Language Them tell Me what Is,” Revitalizing James Baldwin’s Community Voice, SAMLA, Atlanta, GA, Fall 2014
  • “Unfinished Business: The Ebonics Debate After Oakland”, Roundtable for Why That Record Keep on Skippin’: Moving SRTOL Beyond the Same Song, Different Verse 35 Years Later, CCCC’s, San Francisco, CA, 2009 (accepted)
  • “You Done Lost Yo Mind, Ain’t no Such Thang as AAVE”, Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC), New Orleans, 2008
  • “Why You Talkin’ White/Why Aren’t You Talking Right”, College Language Association (CLA), Charleston, S.C., 2008
  • “Don’t Bite the Hand that Feeds You”, National Council for Black Scholars, Atlanta, GA, 2008
  • “Public vs. Private Space: How the Physical Determines the Function in the Writing Center”, National
  • Conference on Writing Centers as Public Space, University of Illinois, Chicago, 2006
  • “And Now Starring Cicero: A Rhetorical Analysis of The Last Samurai”, PCA/ACA, 2006

Workshops / Roundtables

  • “Joining Voicing, Shaping Notes: A Creative Workshop for Harmonizing Administration and Assessment with Director and Tutor Participation.” With Dr. Beth Burmester, Juliette Kitchens, and Alicia Hatter. SWCA Conference, Nashville, TN, 2007
  • “Moving Through(out) the Academy: Negotiating Tutor-Writer Language Relationships”, New Voices Graduate Conference, Georgia State University, 2006
  • Click/Clique/Clash of the Tutors: (Re)building Community in the Writing Center” with Beth Godbee and Tanya Cochran. Conference on College Composition and Communication. Pre-CCCC’s Writing Center Workshops, 2006
  • “Negotiating the Graduate Experience”, New Voices Graduate Conference, Georgia State University, 2005