Refereed Journal Articles
2018 “Redefined What Is Meant to be Divine: Prayer and Protest in Blue Scholars.” Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly 41, no. 3.
2017 “Nation in the Universe: The Cosmic Vision of Afro-Filipino Futurism.” Amerasia Journal 43, no. 2.
2016 “Currents of Militarization, Flows of Hip Hop: Expanding the Geographies of Filipino American Culture,” Journal of Asian American Studies, Vol. 19, Number 1
2013 “The Insurgent in the Cipher: Signifyin’ the Moro, Empire, and War in Filipino Diasporic Aesthetics,” Repercussions, Vol. 11 (University of California, Berkeley)
2014 “Feel the Funk,” Empire of Funk: Hip Hop and Representation in Filipina/o America, edited by Mark R. Villegas, Kuttin Kandi, Roderick N. Labrador (San Diego: Cognella Publishing)
2014 “In a Strange Land,” Empire of Funk: Hip Hop and Representation in Filipina/o America, edited by Mark R. Villegas, Kuttin Kandi, Roderick N. Labrador (San Diego: Cognella Publishing)
2018 Strange Fruit of the Black Pacific: Imperialism’s Racial Justice and Its Fugitives, by Vince Schleitwiler. Journal of the Critical Ethnic Studies Association 4, no. 2.
2018 St. James Encyclopedia of Hip Hop Culture, “Reggaeton.” Farmington Hills, MI: Gale, a Cengage Company.
2010 “Filipino Turntablism/Mobile DJs,” The Encyclopedia of Asian American Folklore (West Port, Connecticut: Greenwood Press)
2018 “Re-envisioning Filipinos in Florida,” February 12, 2018, WJCT News (Jacksonville, FL public broadcasting)
2014 “The Digital Moves the Real: Students Document Ethnic Communities using Instagram,” American Studies Journal Blog, https://amsjournal.wordpress.com/2014/10/06/on-teaching-with-mark-redondo-villegas-the-digital-moves-the-real/
2010 “Lyrical Empire: Metro Manila Emcees Overcome Challenges In A Multilingual Nation,” Evil Monito, http://evilmonito.com/2010/04/30/lyrical-empire-metro-manila-emcees-overcome-challenges-in-a-multilingual-nation/