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Articles in Field Journals and Edited Volumes
"Fin-de-siècle Black Minstrelsy, Itinerancy, and the Anglophone Imperial Circuit," in The Palgrave Handbook on Theatre and Migration, edited by Yana Meerzon and S.E. Wilmer (Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming)
"Mĩcere Gĩthae Mũgo," in The Routledge Anthology of Women's Theatre Theory and Dramatic Criticism, edited by Catherine Burroughs and J. Ellen Gainor (Routledge, forthcoming)
"Mojisola Adebayo," in The Routledge Anthology of Women's Theatre Theory and Dramatic Criticism, edited by Catherine Burroughs and J. Ellen Gainor (Routledge, forthcoming)
"Racial Impressions, Capital Characters: Dave Carson Brownfaces the Empire," in Mimetic Desires: Impersonation and Guising across South Asia, edited by Harshita Mruthinti Kamath and Pamela Lothspeich (Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, November 2022)
"Performative Correctness; or, the Subject of Performance and Politics," Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism, vol. 35, no. 2 (2021): 107-112; special section on "#PerformativeX."
"The Jim Crow Global South," Theatre Journal, vol. 72, no. 4 (2020): 443-467; special issue on "Africa and the Global South."
Cited in Magalí Armillas-Tiseyra and Anne Garland Mahler, "Introduction: New Critical Directions in Global South Studies," Comparative Literature Studies, vol. 58, no. 3 (2021): 465-484; Ezequiel Adamovsky, "Blackface minstrelsy en Buenos Aires: Las actuaciones de Albert Phillips en 1868 y las visitas de los Christy's Minstrels en 1869, 1871 y 1873 (y una discusión sobre su impacto en la cultura local)," Latin American Theatre Review 55, no. 1 (2021): 5-26.
Written up by Professor Brian Eugenio Herrera: "Hoxworth charts the transoceanic 'relays' of early blackface minstrelsy between performance sites in the antebellum United States, imperial Britain, and colonial South Africa, thereby prompting a powerful — and possibly field-reorienting — reassessment of minstrelsy’s myriad beginnings. It’s a remarkable essay, expertly researched and captivatingly argued… Seek it out."
"Football Fantasies: Neoliberal Habitus, Racial Governmentality, and National Spectacle," American Quarterly, vol. 72, no. 1 (2020): 155-179.
Cited in Jeremy Sabella, "Fandom Transfigured: Fantasy Football as Neoliberal Religion," in Religion and Sport in America: Critical Essays for the Twenty-First Century, edited by Jeffrey Scholes and Randall Balmer (Routledge, 2023); Steve Booth Marston, "The Episodic Kneel: Racial Neoliberalism, Civility, and the Media Circulation of Colin Kaepernick, 2017-2020," Race and Social Problems (2021); Stefanie A. Jones, "Football Plays and Racial Capitalism," in Sports Plays, edited by Eero Laine and Broderick Chow (Routledge, 2021); Andrew Dix, American Studies: The Basics (Routledge, 2021)
Included on The Syllabus "Best of Academic Articles" list for the week of April 10-17, 2020.
"Minstrel Scandals; or, the Restorative White Properties of Blackface." TDR: The Drama Review, vol. 63, no. 3 (2019): 8-19.
Cited in Foreign Policy article, "Trudeau Won't Wash Off His Blackface Scandal."
"The Many Racial Effigies of Sara Baartman." Theatre Survey, vol. 58, no. 3 (2017): 275-299.
Recipient of the 2018 Errol Hill Award in recognition of outstanding scholarship in African American theater, drama, and/or performance studies, as demonstrated in the form of a published book-length project (monograph or essay collection) or scholarly article.
Cited in Tiziana Morosetti, "Completing the Mosiac: Sara Baartman and the Archive," in Intersectional Encounters in the Nineteenth-Century Archive: New Essays on Power and Discourse (Bloomsbury, 2022); Susan Manning, "Dancing Between South Africa and the Global North." TDR: The Drama Review 64.2 (2020): 8-15.
Cited in Karlien Van der Schyff, "Beyond the 'Baartman Trope': Representations of Black Women's Bodies from Early South African Proto-nationalisms to Postapartheid Nationalisms," PhD Dissertation, University of Cape Town, 2018; Annemi Conradie, "Africa-Lite: Cultural Appropriation and Commodification of Historic Blackness in Post-Apartheid Fabric and Décor Design," PhD Dissertation, Stellenbosch University, 2019.
"Strains of the Enlightenment: Making Belief in American Secularism and African Difference in The Book of Mormon." Modern Drama , vol. 60, no. 3 (2017): 364-386.
Cited in David K. Sauer and Geoffrey Sauer, "Drama," American Literary Scholarship: An Annual, 2017 , vol. 1 (2019): 371-393; Megan Sanborn Jones, "Mormon Performance/Performing Mormonism: At the Intersection of Mormon, Theatre, and Performance Studies," Mormon Studies Review, vol. 8 (2021): 79-92.
"Provocative Eloquence: Theater, Violence, and Antislavery Speech in the Antebellum United States by Laura L. Mielke." TDR, vol. 65, no. 1 (2021): 195-96 (solicited).
"Haunted City: Three Centuries of Racial Impersonation in Philadelphia by Christian DuComb." Modern Drama, vol. 61, no. 4 (2018): 591-594 (solicited).
"Coloring Whiteness: Acts of Critique in Black Performance by Faedra Chatard Carpenter." Contemporary Theatre Review, vol. 28, no. 1 (2018): 137-138 (solicited).
"Burnt Cork: Traditions and Legacies of Blackface Minstrelsy, edited by Stephen Johnson." Theatre Survey, vol. 56, no. 2 (2015): 236-238.
"Transoceanic Blackface, Imperial Whiteness: Performing 'Race' in the Global Nineteenth Century." PhD Dissertation, Stanford University, 2017.
Cited in: Chinua Thelwell, Exporting Jim Crow: Blackface Minstrelsy in South Africa and Beyond (University of Massachusetts Press, 2020).
"Tour(ist)ing Post-Apartheid South African Theatre: The Works of Brett Bailey, Yael Farber, and Mpumelelo Paul Grootboom in (Inter)National Production." MA Thesis, University of Pittsburgh, 2012.
Cited in: Muff Anderson, "Mpumelelo Paul Grootboom," in The Methuen Drama Guide to Contemporary South African Theatre, edited by Martin Middeke, Peter Paul Schnierer, and Greg Homann (Bloomsbury, 2015), pp. 241-257; Adele Seeff, "Inheriting the Past, Surviving the Future," in The Routledge Handbook of Shakespeare and Global Appropriation, edited by Christy Desmet, Sujata Iyengar, and Miriam Jacobson (Routledge, 2020), pp. 161-170; Catherine M. Cole, Performance and the Afterlives of Injustice (University of Michigan Press, 2020).