Publications:

The `X' Factor: Faculty Experience in Learning Communities,
Engaged Learning. 1:1 (A Learning Communities Publication: CSU, 2012),
31-44.

"The World Would Do Better To Ask `Why Is Frimbo Sherlock Holmes?':
Investigating Liminality in Rudolph Fisher's The Conjure-Man Dies."
Twentieth Century Literature Criticism. Larry Trudeau, editor. (Cengage
Publishing, 2011).

Bringing Henrietta to Life. Interdisciplinary collaborative film designed as tool for teaching cultural competency in undergraduate medical education and social service, April 2014. http://engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu/henriettalacks/

Reflections Sweet and Sour: Y'all Don't Hear Us: Language Arts and Prevention
Assessment. Cleveland Treatment Center: Rose Dog Publishing, 2005. Language arts curriculum for at-risk youth co-authored with Leonard Collins.

Murder from the 'Other' Side: Multicultural Detective Fiction, Adrienne Gosselin, editor. Garland Publishing, 1999. First collection of scholarly criticism to examine detective genre from multicultural and multiethnic perspectives

"(Re)Inscribing Indeterminacy in Rudolph Fisher's The Conjure Man Dies." Other Voices v.1, n.3 (January  
1999).http://dept.english.upenn.edu/~ov/1.3/agosselin/harlem.html.

"Passing for What? (Re)Inscribing Racial Etiquette in John Stahl's Imitation of
Life." Canadian Review of American Studies, 28:3, 1998.

"The World Would Do Better To Ask `Why Is Frimbo Sherlock Holmes?'":
Investigating Liminality in Rudolph Fisher's The Conjure┬┐Man Dies."  
African American Review, 32: 4 (Winter), 1998

"Beyond the Harlem Renaissance: A Case for Black Modernist Writers." Modern  
Language Studies   26:4 (Fall), 1996: 37-45.
  
"Halo Lit." Toyon  (Spring), 1989:  5-14