Bryan, K., Barko-Alva, K. & Horrell, L. (2020). Going against the grain: Advocacy through representation, inclusion, and teacher agency. Sunshine State TESOL Journal, (13)1, 33-42.
Bryan, K. (2020). An African immigrant’s (counter) narrative of language, race, and identity. In P. Smith (Ed.), Clarifying the role of race in the literacies of Black immigrant youth. Yearbook/Special Issue, Teachers College Record, (122)13.
Mohamed, W. & Bryan, K. (2020). Saudi Arabia international students’ sense of belonging at an HBCU. Urban Education
Research and Policy Annals.
UNC Charlotte. Katembo, B. & Bryan, K. (2019). The promise of HBCUs: Repairing the past, securing, the future. Journal of Gender and Cultural Critiques, (27)1/2. 1-22
Bryan, K. (2018). Parenting, protesting, and protecting: Confronting political elephants in the classroom. Women, Gender, and Families of Color Journal, (6)1, 118-125. Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press.
Bryan, K. (2018). To be young, Black, and first generation: A case study of language and identity construction in adolescence. Journal of the Research Association of Minority Professors, (20)1, 77-30.
Garland, K. & Bryan, K. (2017). Partnering with families and communities: Culturally responsive pedagogy at its best. Voices from the Middle Journal, 24(3). NCTE.
Bryan, K. & Garland, K. (2016). Supporting second language acquisition with 21st Century Literacies. English Journal. 105(6) 94-96.



Bryan, K., Dwyer, E., Costello, A., De Oliveira, L., Grant, P., Healey, D., Humaidan, A.,
Kangas, Sara., Romero, Y., Romney, M., Salas-Isnardi, F. (2021). Diverse Voices Task Force Report. TESOL International Association.

Yazdananpanah, R., Chastain, A., Bryan, K. (May 2021). Promoting anti-racist practices
through intercultural communication: A collaborative conversation.

Chan, E. & Bryan, K. (May 2021). Combating hate via coalition building and continuous learning. TESOL Connections. 

Bryan, K. & Cox, K. (February 2021). ELT in 2021 and beyond: Building a bridge over troubled waters. TESOL Connections.
Bryan, K. (Summer 2020). On being Gullah Geechie: A story of identity reconciliation and linguistic self-love. Mosaic: A Newsletter of the NYS TESOL Association.
Bryan, K. & Gerald, JPB. (2020). The weaponization of English. Language Magazine. Pass the Mic Series.
Cooper A., Bryan, K., & Ifarinu, B. (2016). Black ELs: No longer the silent subgroup. Language Magazine. February Edition.