Rymes, B.: Deference, denial, and beyond: A repertoire approach to mass media and schooling. Review of Research in Education 35(1): 208-238, 2011.
Rymes, B.R.: Communicative repertoires and English Language Learners. The education of English language learners: Research to practice. Marilyn Shatz and Louis C. Wilkinson (eds.). Guilford Press, 2010.
Rymes, B.R.: Classroom discourse analysis: A focus on communicative repertoires. Sociolinguistics and Language Education. N. Hornberger & S. McKay (eds.). Multilingual Matters, 2010.
Rymes, B.: Why and why not? Narrative approaches in the social sciences. Narrative Inquiry 20(2), 2010.
Rymes, B.: Dimensions of discourse and identity. Sites of Possibility: Critical Dialogue across Educational Settings. L.B. Jennings, P.C. Jewett, T.T. Laman, M.V. Souto-Manning, & J. Wilson (eds.). Hampton Press, Page: 193-220, 2010.
Rymes, B. R.: Classroom Discourse Analysis: A Tool for Critical Reflection. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2009.
Betsy R Rymes: The relationship between mass media and classroom discourse. Working Papers in Educational Linguistics 23(1): 65-88, 2008.
Rymes, B. R.: Language socialization and the linguistic anthropology of education. Encyclopedia of Language and Education, 2nd Revised Edition. N. Hornberger and P. Duff (eds.). New York: Springer, 2008.
Cahnmann, M., Rymes, B. R., & Suoto-Manning, M.: Using critical discourse analysis to understand and facilitate identification processes of bilingual adults becoming teachers. Critical Inquiry in Language Studies 2005.
Rymes, B. R., & Anderson, K.: Second language acquisition for all: Understanding the interactional dynamics of classrooms in which Spanish and AAE are spoken. Research in the Teaching of English 29(2): 107-135, 2004.
Rymes, B. R.: Contrasting zones of comfortable competence: Popular culture in a phonics lesson. Linguistics & Education 14: 321-335, 2004.
Rymes, B. R.: Relating word to world: Indexicality during literacy events. The Linguistic Anthropology of Education. S. E. F. Wortham & B. Rymes (eds.). Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2003.
Rymes, B. R.: Eliciting narratives, producing identites: Text-linked versus socially contingent processes for narrating the self. Research in the Teaching of English 2003.
Wortham, S. E. F., & Rymes, B. R. (Eds.): The Linguistic Anthropology of Education. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2003.
Rymes, B. R.: Language in development in the United States: Supervising adult ESOL pre-service teachers in an immigrant community. TESOL Quarterly 36(3), 2002.
Rymes, B. R.: Conversational Borderlands: Language and Identity in an Alternative Urban High School. New York: Teachers College Press, 2001.
Rymes, B. R. & Pash, D.: Questioning identity: The case of one second language learner. Anthropology & Education Quarterly 32(3): 276-300, 2001.