Unrigging the Literacy Game: Political Literacies that Challenge Econocide – 2015, Christopher Wilkey & Daniel J. Cleary
Originally posted on Literacy in Composition Studies Journal. Vol. 3 No. 1 – 2015

Where is our Sense of Community? – 2014, Bonnie Neumeier

Econocide Over-the-Rhine  A Working Paper – 2014, Thomas A. Dutton
Also posted on

The Drop Inn Center Re(moves) to the Butternut Bread Factory – A Half-Baked Idea – 2013, Thomas A. Dutton
Also posted on

From the Continuum of Care to Strategies to Care Less: From Anna Louise to the Drop In Center? A Working Paper – 2013, Thomas A. Dutton & Christopher Wilkey

Book Review of Econocide: Elimination of the Urban Poor – 2012, Thomas A. Dutton

Do You Have a Sign? – 2012, Thomas A. Dutton
Also Posted on the Cincinnati Beacon, and published in StreetVibes

Why the Drop Inn Center Should Not be Moved – 2011, Thomas A. Dutton

Engaging Community Literacy through the Rhetorical Work of a Social Movement – 2010, Christopher Wilkey

Interview with Bonnie Neumeier -2010

District 9 Over-the-Rhine – 2010, Thomas A. Dutton

A Call to Artists – 2009, Kelly Jo Asbury

When Humanitarianism Goes Bad – 2008, Thomas A. Dutton, Marcia England, Kate Fadick, Chris Wilkey, and Barbara Wolf

Teach the City – 2008, Donelle Dreese, Thomas A. Dutton, Bonnie Neumeier, and Christopher Wilkey

When Personal Responsibility Becomes Abusive – 2008, Thomas A. Dutton

The Futures of Community Organizing: The Need For A New Political Imaginary – 2008, Thomas A. Dutton & Dan La Botz

The Gift of Drop Inn Center – 2008, Thomas A. Dutton

Colony Over the Rhine – 2007, Thomas A. Dutton

Indian Reservations, Trojan Horses and Economic Mix – 2007, related video: Channel 12 Interviews Tom Dutton

Gentrification – It Ain’t What You Think – 2006, Jonathan Diskin & Thomas A. Dutton

Labor Against Empire: At Home and Abroad – 2004, Robin D. G. Kelley

The National Underground Corporate Center to Railroad Freedom – 2004, Thomas A. Dutton & Rev. Damon Lynch III

How Did It Happen? – buddy gray

Affiliated Practices/Aesthetic Interventions – 2003, Thomas A. Dutton & Lian Hurst Mann

Nightmare on Vine Street – 2002, Jonathan Diskin & Thomas A. Dutton

Cincinnati A Year Later But No Wiser – 2002, Jonathan Diskin & Thomas A. Dutton

A Rush to Judgement – 2001, Jonathan Diskin & Thomas A. Dutton

Violence By Any Other Name – 2001, Thomas A. Dutton

Corporate Liberalism in Cincinnati – 1999, Thomas A. Dutton


  • In our Community Advocacy and Agit-Prop work, students collaborated with a broad-based constituency to bring forth the People’s Platform for Equality and Justice, which articulates the vision of Over-the-Rhine and other urban neighborhoods from the point of view of the city’s most vulnerable citizens. A project spearheaded by the Greater Cincinnati Coalition for the Homeless, students were directly involved in the draft of the language, the graphic design of the document itself, as well as the design of several flyers for neighborhood dissemination to encourage citizen participation in meetings and events.