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Thames Copeland, T. (2023). “Give ‘em Hell Nicki”: Muted Group Theory and the Twittersphere’s Battle Over Nicki Minaj’s COVID-19 Remarks (in press).


Thames Copeland, T. (2022, June). “A Miner's Love Affair with Kimberley". New Coin, 58 (1), pgs. 19-20.


Thames Copeland, T. (2021, December 13). “Did He Freeze?”: Afrofuturism, Africana Womanism, and Black Panther’s Portrayal of the Women of Wakanda. African Identities. doi:


Thames Copeland, T. (2021, September). “We are Not Scared to Die”: Julius Malema and the New Movement for African Liberation. New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing.


Thames Copeland, T. & Sun, W. (2021, August). Let’s Pray for President Trump in Church: A Rhetorical Analysis of Franklin Graham’s Pro-Trump Posts on Facebook. Rowman & Littlefield: Lanham. In J. Vining (Ed.). New Directions in Rhetoric and Religion: Exploring Emerging Intersection of Religion, Public Discourse and Rhetorical Scholarship, 156-180. 


Thames Copeland, T. (Spring 2020). Let’s Celebrate el Día de los Muertos. Vanderbilt University. Afro-Hispanic Review (academic journal), 39, 1.

Thames Copeland, T. (under the pseudonym Tiffani Thames). (2020, March) The Bob Marley   Effect is Infectious. University of the Virgin Islands. The Caribbean Writer (literary journal), 34.


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