Most of these are available on JStor and other university library article databases.

  • Fischer, D-E. (2013). This bridge called Hiphop: Samples of percussion, piracy and  politics from Brazil and Colombia. Fire!!!, Vol2, No. 1, 3-25.
  • Fischer, D-E. (2013). Blackness, race and language politics in Japanese Hiphop. Transforming Anthropology. 21 (2), 135-152.
  • Fischer, D-E. (2012). Hiphop within a womanist lens. The Western Journal of Black Studies. 36 (1), 86-96.
  • Fischer, D-E. (2011). Wannabe startin’ somethin’: Michael Jackson’s critical race representation. Journal of Popular Music Studies. 23 (1), 96-107.
  • Morgan, M., & Fischer, D-E. (2010). Hiphop and race: Blackness, language and creativity. In H. Markus & P. Moya (Eds.), Doing Race: 21 Essays for the 21st Century (pp. 509-27). New York, NY: Norton.
  • Fischer, D-E. (2006). Literacy education. Encyclopedia of African-American Culture and History: The Black Experience in the Americas.  New York: Macmillan.
  • Fischer, D-E. (2002). Hip-hop [sic] as critical pedagogy.  Anthropology News  43 (8): 46-47.