2021 Millennials Talking Media: Creating Intertextual Identities in Everyday Conversation, Oxford University Press.
2023 “A radical point of view”: The discursive construction of the political identity of student activists. Discourse & Society, 34(6).
2023 Contextualization cues for media references in everyday conversation, Language and Communication, 88: 99-110. Download the PDF.
2022 The epistemics of authentication and denaturalization in the construction of identities, Language in Society. 1-24. Download the PDF.
2021 ‘Nasty question’ and ‘fake news’: Metadiscourse as a resource for denying accusations of racism in Donald Trump’s political discourse (co-authored with Natasha Shrikant). Howard Journal of Communications, 33(2): 119-139. Download the PDF.
2021 A Mexican Autodefensa Facebook Group’s use of Binarity, Legitimization Strategies, and Topoi of Religion, Family and Struggle. Discourse, Context & Media, 42. Download the PDF.
2019 Linguistic and ethnic media stereotypes in everyday talk: Humor and identity construction among friends for humor and identity construction. Journal of Pragmatics, 152: 186-199. Download the PDF.
2017 “Buffy sings to Cody”: A multimodal analysis of mother and pre-lingual-infant question–response sequences. Journal of Pragmatics, 110: 50-62. Download the PDF.
2016 Playing out loud: Videogame texts as resources in friend interaction for managing frames, epistemics, and group identity. Language in Society 45(2):217-245. Download the PDF.
2020 “Fake alignments” (co-authored with Natasha Shrikant). Language in the Trump Era: Scandals and Emergencies, ed.by Janet McIntosh and Norma Mendoza-Denton. Download the PDF.
2014 Book note: Labov: A guide for the perplexed by Matthew J. Gordon (2013), Language in Society, 43(4): 478-479. Download the PDF.