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  • Hill, A. (2022) Digital Storytelling and Ethics: Collaborative Creation and Facilitation. Routledge. (Forthcoming)


  • Hill, A. (Ed.) (2020). Storytelling and Identity through Digital Media: Special Issue of Storytelling, Self, and Society.



  • Hill, A. (2022). (Re)Presentations: Personal Narratives and the Posthuman Body in the #MeToo Movement. In M. Hopper, & S. LeBlanc (Eds.) The Performance of Bodies in Popular Culture: One Size Does Not Fit All. (Forthcoming)

  • Hampsten, K., & Hill, A. (2021) Networked Family Spirit: Paradox and Tension in Moving a Small University Online. In J. Valenzano (Ed.) Post Pandemic Pedagogy.

  • Raffel, S. & Hill, A. (2021). UpWord Mobility: The Intersection of Rhetorics, Hip Hop, and History in Hamilton: An American Musical. In Intersectional Media: Representations of Marginalized Identities, J. Campbell and T. Carilli (Eds), Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 93-103.

  • Hill, A., Kretzschmar, M., Morton, D., & Raffel, S. (2018). Eenie Meenie Miney Mose: Using Experimental Citizen Curating to Engage Visitors with Racial Ephemera. In A. D. Marino & M. L. Galbreath (Eds.) The Florida Studies Review Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp.62-76.

  • Hill, A. (2017). Lit Recipes: Creating Recipes for Literary Characters. In T. Hetland (Ed.) Teaching Literature with Digital Technology, Bedford/St. Martin's, pp. 305-320.



  • Hill, A. The Power of Voice: Using Audio Podcasts as a Tool to Teach Vocal Performance and Digital Communication. Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 4:1(2021): 38–50.

  • Hill, A. Westside Stories: Student-Made Documentaries about San Antonio’s Westside. Journal of Media Practice and Education, 22:1 (2021): 1-16.

  • Hill, A. "Mediating Quarantine: Considering Netflix’s Homemade through Baudrillard’s Hyperreal and the Banal.” The Journal of Media Art Study and Theory, 2:1 (2021): 78-93.

  • Hill, A. Looking to the Digital: An Introduction to Digital Storytelling. Storytelling, Self, Society, 16:2 (2020): 153-156. Hill, A. Food For Thought: Constructing Multimodal Identities through Recipe- Creation with Homeless Youth. Community Literacy Journal, 14:2 (2020): 162-170.

  • Hill, A. Telling Stories to Narrate Futures: Engaging Storytelling as Research Practice with High School Females. IAFOR Journal of Psychology & the Behavioral Sciences, 5:1 (2019): 63-73.

  • Underberg-Goode, N., Andrews, E., Burke, M., Hill, A., Horn, E., Wheeler, S. I am UCF: Diverse Digital Narrative. Media Education Research Journal, 9:1(2019):96-110.

  • Hill, A., Horn, E., Schippert, C., Underberg-Goode, N., & Alayna Sterchele. Once in My Life Devising Case Study. Storytelling, Self, Society, 14:2 (2018), 233-253.

  • Argo, B., DeArmas, N., Hill, A., Raffel, S., & Welch, S. The Way It Used to Be Exploring Cultural Heritage through the Augmented Reality Story of a Neighborhood Soul Food Restaurant. Visual Ethnography 5:2 (2016), 55-78.

  • Hill, A. & Freeman, E. When One Door Closes: A Dialogue on a New Residency with Homeless Youth. Incite/Insight 3:4 (2011), 19-22.



  • Hill, A., & Okkema, L. (2019). Meaning-Making and Randomization in E-Poetry Machines. 2018 Computers & Writing Conference Proceedings.

  • Hill, A. (2019). Responsible Facilitation: The Role of the Facilitator in Co-Creative Story- Making. 2018 International Digital Storytelling Conference Proceedings.

  • Hill, A., & Underberg-Goode, N. (2019) Rewind: Unpacking the Media Ecology of Today's University Students. 2018 International Digital Storytelling Conference Proceedings.


"Hello, Glass," Texts & Technology Blog. With Sara Raffel.

“Trust and the Art of Collaboration,” Texts &Technology Blog.

“Creative Curations: Internet,” Texts & Technology Blog.

“In Search of Lucile Campbell: A Field Report,” Public History Center Blog.

“History Troves to Inspire Imagination and Language in Aphasia Patients,” Public History Center Blog.

“Embracing the Beast,” Incite/Insight.

“The MFA Program at UCF,” TYA/USA NEXTBlog.


“Umberton’s Umbrella Umporium,” 105 Five-Minute Plays for Study and Performance. Capecci, John and Irene Ziegler, Eds. Smith & Kraus, Inc. 2016.

“Pearls,” ASSITEJ, Translated into French by François Fogel.

“The Midnight Circus,” ASSITEJ, Translated into French by Sophie Thunberg.



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