Joycelyn Wilson is available for keynotes; student, teacher, and administrator workshops; motivational speaking; and media appearances. She is also available to contribute social and cultural commentary on multiple platforms, including print, online, and video.
Topics include and related to the following three areas:
Humanities and Cultural Studies
Contemporary Black Cultural Production; Outkast and Trap Music; Southern Hip Hop, Trap Music, and the Post Civil Rights Generations; Cultural Resilience and Politics of Race, Class, and Gender in Popular Culture and Media; Hip Hop in the Lives of College and Pre-College Students; Women in (Southern) Hip Hop; Black, Female, and Navigating Academia; Black Women and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics); Issues in American Schooling
Digital and Creative Technologies
The Hip Hop Archive; Using Virtual Reality in Learning Design Practices; Digital Pedagogy Case Studies (including course and assignment innovations); Digital Pedagogy Best Practices in the Cultural Studies
Ethnography and Ethnographic Methods
Digital Archiving as Ethnographic Method, Autoethnography, Digital Ethnography, Ethnographic Film Production