Keisha’s work appears in a variety of media, including the following:
Pure: Inside the Evangelical Movement That Shamed A Generation Of Young Women And How I Broke Free (2018). Written by Linda Kay Klein.
Content: Christianity, religion, digital community, sexuality, shame, recovery
Purple Prose: Bisexuality in Britain (2016). Edited by Kate Harrad.
Content: Christianity, religion, British culture, sexuality
“Insights from an Adventist communicator” (September 12, 2016). Text interview edited by Alita Byrd for Spectrum Magazine.
Content: Christianity, nonviolence, atonement theories, community-building, pragmatism
“‘I Kissed Dating Goodbye’ told me to stay pure until marriage. I still have a stain on my heart” (July 27, 2016). Written by Lyz Lenz for The Washington Post. Cites “Recovering from I Kissed Dating Goodbye: A roundtable” (June 8, 2016) by Lyz Lenz for The Toast. Discussants: Lyz Lenz, Keisha McKenzie, Verdell A. Wright, Lola Prescott, and Sarah Galo.
Content: Christianity, colonialism, purity culture, sexuality.
“Centuries ago, explorers like Columbus and Vasco da Gama played a real-life version of Pokémon Go” (July 24, 2016). Written by Aishwarya Subramanian for Scroll. Cites “When colonialism is a game” (July 11, 2016). Also listed at The New Inquiry.
Content: augmented reality, technology, colonialism, game design
“Adventist philosophers—swimming in the deep end” (November 19, 2015). Written by Charles Scriven for Spectrum Magazine. Reports on the 2015 Society of Adventist Philosophers meeting, Atlanta, Georgia.
Content: philosophy, rhetoric, logocentrism, visual communication, Adventist history
“Know your history: Understanding racism in the US” (August 15, 2015). Written by A’Lelia Bundles for Al Jazeera. Cites “Transcript: Toni Morrison at Portland State, 1975” (July 7, 2014).
Content: transcript, racism, U.S. history, state violence
Republication: “What Flint’s water crisis teaches me about climate change” (February 10, 2016). Published by Peterson Toscano for Climate Stew.
Content: environmental justice, climate change, public infrastructure, racism
The Billy Graham Rule (April 12, 2017). Hosted and edited by Jess Williams and Verdell A. Wright for The Dell and Jess Show. [Available on Soundcloud and Stitcher.]
Content: Christianity, evangelicalism, history of purity culture, sexual norms and professionalism
A Safe Place for Questions (October 31, 2016). Hosted and edited by Blake Chastain for Exvangelical. [Available on iTunes.]
Content: Seventh-day Adventism, Christianity, immigration, personal narrative
The Adventist Podcast: Pulse Massacre Orlando (June 20, 2016). Edited by Alexander Carpenter for Adventist Forum. [Audio file: mp3]
Content: Christianity, congregational ministry, responses to bigotry and violence, community resilience
Faith ImPulse (June 19, 2016). Hosted by the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America Young Adults.
Content: Christianity, denominational ministry, responses to bigotry and violence, community resilience
Stubborn Hope and Good News for the In-betweeners (March 25, 2016). Written by Keisha E. McKenzie and edited by Jim Kast-Keat for the Thirty Seconds Or Less Bible series.
Content: Christianity, theology, justice
Politics, Religion, and Sexuality (October, 22, 2014). Hosted by Rev. Ogun Holder for Rants to Revelations, Unity.FM. [Audio file: mp3]
Content: post-Christianity, spirituality, prayer
“Will the Next Generation Be Adventist?/The Peaceable Kingdom: From a culture of information transfer to a culture of mutual respect” (February 2014). [Uncaptioned.] Spiritual Journeys panel hosted by the Adventist Today Foundation and Loma Linda University about what Adventist faith means to people in their 20s and early 30s. Keisha only: 06:25-24:00. Discussants: Monte Sahlin, Ryan Bell, Edgar Momplaisir, Keisha McKenzie, Alfredo Lee, Syd Shook, and Courtney Ray.
Content: faith, family, information culture