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Kelly, L. L. (2016). " You don't have to claim her": Reconstructing Black femininity through critical Hip-Hop literacy. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 59(5), 529-538. (Included in Vol. 51 2016 “Annotated Bibliography of Research in the Teaching of English.”)
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Kelly, L. L. (2018). In search of power and identity: A Hip-hop autobiography. In C. Emdin & E. Adjapong (Eds.), #HipHopEd: The Compilation on Hip-hop Education. New Milford, CT: Sense/Brill Publishers.
Kelly, L.L. (2019). “I Treat This Like My Thesis”: Lessons from a Black Feminist Critical Scholar. In B. Love, V. Evans-Winters, & B. Waters (Eds.), The Lauryn Hill Reader. (New York, NY: Peter Lang).
Kelly, L.L. (2017). Digitally documenting oral histories. In L. Christenbury & K. Lindblom, Continuing the journey. Urbana, IL: National Council for Teachers of English.
Kelly, L.L. (2018). Hip Hop Based Education Movement. In T. Riggs (Ed.), St. James Encyclopedia of Hip Hop Culture. Detroit, MI: St. James Press.
Kelly, L.L. (2016). “Potholes in My Lawn ”: Developing Hip-Hop Literacies in Suburban Schools. NCTE Blog.
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