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Upshaw, A. (2018). Who really killed cock robin: Aesthetic meaning-making in preservice teacher training. Pedagogies: An International Journal. 1-19. DOI: 10.1080/1554480S.2018.1454839
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Upshaw, A. (2016). Arias to academia: An academic malpractice suite in three movements. Qualitative Research Journal, 16(3), 263-273.
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Upshaw, A. In their own voice: Scripted experiences of black female teachers
Aesthetic Meaning Making in Elementary Preservice Teacher Training: Singing a Multilayered Narrative,Arts in Society, Paris, France, 2017
Ways the Most Interdisciplinary of the Arts Promotes Wellness Constructing Interdisciplinary Common Ground: The Arts and Humanities in Practice, Association of Interdisciplinary Studies, Ottawa, Canada, 2016
OPERAtunities in Critical Autoethnography, Critical Autoethnography, Melbourne, Australia, 2015
Literacy in and through the Arts, First International Teaching Artists Conference, Oslo, Norway, 2012
Put On My Robe…Tell The Story, ICQI, 2019
The Ridge: Video as Method, ICQI, 2019
The Ridge, Southern Studies Conference, Auburn, AL, 2019
A Black Woman Speaks, Association of Interdisciplinary Studies, Detroit, MI, 2018
Arts Integration: Exploring Literacy Through Music, International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI, 2018
Arts Integration: Improving Literacy Through Reader’s Theater, International Conference on Education,Honolulu, HI, 2018
Paying Attention: An Experiential Guide to Noticing, Association of Interdisciplinary Studies, Baltimore, MD, 2017
Home Is Where My Culture Lies, Film and History Conference, Milwaukee, WI, 2017
for colored girls who’ve considered suicide while shifting through PTSS, The Association for Core Texts and Courses, Atlanta, GA, 2016
My Body Knows Things: Dancing through Trauma, Doing Autoethnography, San Angelo, TX, 2015
Enter My Diversity: A Poetic Inquiry, Association of Interdisciplinary Studies, Boston, MA, 2015
Understanding Poetry: Multimodalities in Action, Journal of Language and Literacy Education, Athens, GA, 2015
Opera as Method, International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Champagne, IL, 2015
The Battles of Wounded Me: An Autoethnographic Cantata for Voice and Piano, Doing
Autoethnography, San Angelo, TX, 2015
Parental Involvement: Relationship Building Through the Arts, Alabama State Educator’s Conference (MEGA), Mobile, AL, 2013
Socio-Emotional Learning (SEL) Through the Arts, National At Risk Education Network, Baltimore, MD, 2013
Learningscapes, Southeast Center for Education in the Arts, Chattanooga, TN, 2012
A Mapquest of Quilts and Gourds, Harriet Tubman Symposium, Albany, NY, 2012
Opera May Have My Heart, But The Blues Own My Soul, Harlem Renaissance Conference, Augusta, GA, 2012
Act Before You Write: Drama Strategies for Creative Writing in K-5, Alabama State Educator’s
Conference (MEGA), Mobile, AL, 2011