Anthony Kwame Harrison, Edward S. Diggs Professor in Humanities and Professor in the Department of Sociology, published the following: “Hip-Hop’s Place in Campus Inclusion and Social Justice Advocacy,” For the Culture: Hip Hop and the Fight for Social Justice, ed. Lakeyta M. Bonnette-Bailey and Adolphus G. Belk, Jr. (Ann Arbor, Michigan:  University of Michigan Press, 2022), pp. 194–205; and “Mad Squirrel Keeping It Rural: Reflecting on Twenty Years of Hip-hop Environmental Awareness and Advocacy,” in a special issue on hip-hop ecologies, Ecozon@ 13.1 (2022): 177-88, with Ahad Pace.

In addition, he coedited the Anthro-at-Large Retrospective Special Issue (Spring 2022), along with 2021 B.A. History major Abbey Basa, Sarah Hautzinger et al.