Publications

Below is a listing of scholarly publications.

  • Domingue, A.D. “We our leaders are just we ourself”: Black women college student leaders’ experiences with oppression and sources of nourishment at predominantly White college campus. Manuscript submitted for publication (copy on file with author).
  • Domingue, A.D. and Hopkins, L.E. From awareness to action: College students’ skill development in intergroup dialogue.Manuscript submitted for publication (copy on file with author).
  • Domingue, A.D. and Neely, D.S. (2013). Why is it so hard to take action: A reflective dialogue about facilitating for social action engagement. In L. M. Landerman (Ed), The Art of Effective Facilitation: Reflections from Social Justice Educators. SterlingL Stylus Publishing.
  • Domingue, A. D. (2010). Ain’t I an American? Exploring United States immigration history and citizenship. In J. Calderon and M. Runell Hall (Eds,), Love, Race and Liberation: ‘Til the White Day is Done. New York: Lulu Publications.
  • Domingue, A. D. (2010). “The house we live in” Unpacking the impacts of racial oppression on housing. In J. Calderon and M. Runell Hall (Eds,), Love, Race and Liberation: ‘Til the White Day is Done. New York: Lulu Publications.
  • Domingue, A. D. (2010). Understanding the past to build a future: Exploring racial socialization. In J. Calderon and M. Runell Hall (Eds,), Love, Race and Liberation: ‘Til the White Day is Done. New York: Lulu Publications.
  • Domingue, A. D. (2010). “When we discover ourselves, we’ll be free”: Developing pathways toward racial liberation. In J. Calderon and M. Runell Hall (Eds,), Love, Race and Liberation: ‘Til the White Day is Done. New York: Lulu Publications..
  • Domingue, A. D. (2010). “Why are all the black kids posting together on MySpace?” Racial identity and social networking sites. In J. Calderon and M. Runell Hall (Eds,), Love, Race and Liberation: ‘Til the White Day is Done. New York: Lulu Publications.
  • Domingue, A.D. (2007). Tips and Suggestions for Bisexual & Fluid-Identified Students. In Princeton Review (Ed.). The Gay and Lesbian Guide to College Life (2007). New York, NY: Princeton Review Publishing.
  • Dean, G. A. & Domingue, A.D. (2006). Suggestions for LGBT students of Color. In S. L. Windmeyer (Ed.). The Advocate College Guide for LGBT Students (2006). Los Angeles, CA: Advocate Books-Alyson Publications.
  • Beemyn, B., Domingue, A.D., Pettitt, J.K., Smith, T.M. (2005). Suggested steps to make campuses more trans-inclusive. Creating change at your campus. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Issues in Education, 3(1), 89-94.
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