Rhetoric for Radicals:
A Handbook for 21st Century Activists
The Terrorization of Dissent:
Corporate Repression, Legal Corruption, and the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act
Educating for Action:
Strategies to Ignite Social Change
Strategies to Ignite Social Change
Discussing Online Activism and Anti-Trump Movement on C-SPAN
Debating the Occupy Movement on RT's "CrossTalk"
Quoted in the New York Times about the effectiveness of online petitions:
"Online Petitions Take Citizen Participation to New Levels. But Do They Work?"
Online Academic Writings
"More than Solutions: Empowering Students to Think Strategically and Tactically." Communication Teacher. 31.2 (2017): 63-69.
"Extending the Eros Effect: Sentience, Reality, and Emanation." New Political Science. 36.2 (2014): 129-148.
"From Affectivity to Bodily Emanation: An Introduction to the Human Vibe." Journal of Existential and Phenomenological Theory and Culture. 7.2 (2012): 28-58.
“Rethinking Immaterial Labor: Communication, Reality, and Neo-Radicalism.” Radical Philosophy Review. 14.2 (2011): 121-38.
“You Can Do It: A Conversation with Theatrical Artist Cynthia Hopkins.” Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies. 5.4 (2009).
"Global Justice Rhetoric: Observations and Suggestions." Ephemera: Theory and Politics in Organization. 8.2 (2009): 182-203.
“Performing the Dum’ Dum Doctrine: A Non-representational Account of Bush’s Expansionism.” Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies. 2.1 (2006).
"Bush's S20 and the Rerouting of American Order." Cultural Logic. Vol. 9 (2006).
Book Review: Teaching Communication Activism: Communication Education for Social Justice. Ed. by Lawrence R. Frey & David L. Palmer (Hampton Press, 2014). Southern Communication Journal. 80.3 (2015): 248-251.
Book Review: A Question of Sex: Feminism, Rhetoric, and Differences that Matter. By Kristan Poirot (University of Massachusetts Press, 2014). First Amendment Studies. 49.1 (2015): 67-70.
Book Review: Soapbox Rebellion: The Hobo Orator Union and the Free Speech Fights of the Industrial Workers of the World, 1909-1916. By Matthew May (University of Alabama Press, 2013). First Amendment Studies. 44.1 (2014): 77-79.
Book Review: Imaginal Machines: Autonomy and Self-Organization in the Revolutions of Everyday Life. By Stevphen Shukaitis (Minor Compositions, 2009). Peace Studies Journal. 3.2 (2010).
Book Review: The Art of Free Cooperation (Autonomedia, 2007). Resource Center for Cyber Culture Studies. (May, 2009).
Online Nonacademic Writings
"Understanding the Significance of the Trayvon Martin Protests." Truthout.org. (July 18, 2013.)
“Freedom vs. Autonomy: A Tale of Two Logics.” Philosophers for Change. (Posted June 28, 2012.)
“Occupy the Heritage Foundation: How a Conservative Think Tank Aims to Rebrand the American Dream.” With Matt Dineen. Truthout.org. (June, 2012.)
“Occupy Your Education: A Note to Students about Changing the World.” (November, 2011.)“Occupy Wall Street: A Reply to Skeptics.” (October, 2011.)
“Osama’s Death and the Collective Expectations of Patriotism.” OpEdNews. (May, 2011.)
“Neoliberalism and the Academic-Industrial Complex.” Truthout.org. (August, 2010.)
“Obama-Speak and the New York Times.” Dissident Voice. (December, 2009.)
“Nobel Befuddlement: Why Obama Doesn’t Deserve It.” (October, 2009.)
“Obama’s Teleprompters and the Hidden Hands of Power.” OpEdNews. (August, 2009.)
“Responding to the Presidential Debate Crisis.” Dissident Voice. (October, 2008.)
“Reverend Wright and America’s Evasion of Debate.” Dissident Voice. (May, 2008.)
“The US Social Forum: Creating an Alternative World.” Dissident Voice. (July, 2007.)
“Rhetoric for Radicals: A Call for Communicative Action.” Journal of Aesthetics and Protest. 2.1 (Online edition, May, 2007. Print edition, June, 2007.)
“Snakes on a Plane and the Post-9/11 American Mind.” Metaphilm. (April, 2007.)
“The Coming-Temporality: A Time for Revolution.” Re-Public: Re-Imagining Democracy. Published in both English and Greek. (March, 2007.)