Lewis, T.L., & Loker, S. (in press). Trying on the future: Exploring apparel retail employees' perspectives on advanced in-store technologies. Fashion Practice.
Lewis, T.L., & Pringle, A. (2015). Local buttons: Sustainable fashion and social entrepreneurship in Haiti. Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art, 37, 114-125.
Lewis, T.L., & Loker, S. (2015). Adoption of emerging in-store technology interfaces for the apparel retail employee. In Pantano, E. (Ed.), Successful technological integration for competitive advantage in retail settings. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Lewis,T.L. (2015). Apparel disposal and reuse. In Blackburn, R. (Ed.), Sustainable apparel. Cambridge, United Kingdon: Woodhead Publishing.
Lewis, T.L., & Loker, S. (2014). Technology usage intent among apparel retail employees. International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management, 42(5),422-440.
Lewis, T.L., & Haas, B. (2014). Managing an iconic old luxury brand in a new luxury economy: Hermes handbags in the U.S. market. In Global Fashion Branding: History, Luxury, & Style. Fishponds, United Kingdom: Intellect Publishers
Lewis, T.L., & Gray, N.E. (2013). The maturation of hip-hop's menswear brands: Outfitting the urban consumer. Fashion Practice,5(2), 229-244.
Lewis, T.L., & Loker, S. (2010). The sustainable brand: A company level system. In Fashion: Sustainability and Creativity. Conference Proceedings of the International Foundation of Fashion Technology Institutes (pp.124-130). Taipei: FuJen Catholic University. *Junior Faculty Award Paper
Lewis, T.L. (2010). Folklore influences in Mexico and Panama. In The encyclopedia of world dress and fashion (Vol.2, pp.131-136). Oxford:Berg Publishers.
Harris, L., & Lewis, T.L. (2010). La pollera:The national dress of Panama. In The encyclopedia of world dress and fashion (Vol.2, pp. 232-237).Oxford:Berg Publishers.
Lewis, T.L., & Dickson, M.A. (2003). Upgrading to full-package apparel manufacturing for small businesses in Mexico. Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management, 7(2),138-162.