Aeriel has published in both peer-reviewed and open-access journals.
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Ashlee, A. A., Zamora, B., & Karikari, S. N. (2017). We are woke: A collaborative critical autoethnography of three womxn of color graduate students in higher education. International Journal of Multicultural Education 19(1), 89-104.
Ashlee, K. C., & Ashlee, A. A. (2016). Positioning privileged white men in social justice: Exploring barriers and strategies for privileged white men and those who work with them. ACPA Developments, 14(1), 6-12.
McClure, K. R., Szelenyi, K., Niehaus, E., Anderson, A. A. & Reed, J. (2010). “We just don’t have the possibility yet”: U.S. Latina/o narratives on study abroad. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 47(3), 367-386.
Ashlee, A. A., & Perez, D. (under review). Real talk: Getting real about race with graduate students in a SAHE master’s program. In K. G. Hinton, M. Howard-Hamilton, O. Gilbert Brown, & M. Davenport (Eds.), Unleashing suppressed voices on college campuses: Diversity issues in higher education (2nd edition).
Ashlee, A. A. (under review). Consistently excluded: An Asian American womxn’s counter narrative to academic microaggressions in student affairs doctoral programs. In K. McKee & D. Delgado (Eds.), Don’t air the dirty laundry: Reflections of women of color on graduate school.
Ashlee, A. A. (2017). Thoughts on home. The Welders: A Playwrights’ Collective. Retrieved from
Ashlee, A. A. (2016). My first lesson as a doctoral student: Bravery. The Student Affairs Collective. Retrieved from https://studentaffairscollective.org/first-lesson-doctoral-student-bravery-sadoc/