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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: https://doi.org/10.1080/14725843.2021.2005534.
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. https://www.afrohispanicreview.com/
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. https://www.thecaribbeanwriter.org/2020/03/22/volume-34/