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Submissions from 2017

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The Revolution, Televised: Iconography, Visual Violence and the Struggle for Racial Justice, Yael Emrav Horowitz

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Soul Food: African American Food Sovereignty, Food Insecurity, and Resistance, Deja Knight

Ruth Peck Fisk: A History of Love, Faith, and Politics in Nineteenth-Century Middletown, Sheldyn E. Oliver

Submissions from 2016

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Creating New Visions With Art: Redressing Pain and New Imaginings of Black Female Bodies, Monique Amponsah Siaw

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To Dream of Return: The Rewriting of Memory, Black History, and Slave Narratives in Lawrence Hill’s Someone Knows My Name, Maimouna Siby

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Finding Strength in Oppression: Black Women’s Herstories and Their Journeys to Autonomy, Alexis Jenae Walker

Submissions from 2015

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Beauty, Strength and Power: The Shaming, Disciplining and Rejection of Black Women Athletes, Idara Aileen Foster

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Linked Fate in Asian America: Promise, Pitfalls, and Practice, Christian Mark Hosam

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A Taxidermist is a Keeper of a Quiet Zoo: An Examination of Voicelessness in the Written Narrative, Cherkira Ayanna Lashley

Submissions from 2014

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To Raise, To Teach, To Love: Cross-Cultural Exchange and the Politics of Childcare, Elsa Hardy

Submissions from 2013

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"Unalterably Opposed": Constituting Decolonization in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Jessica Shamida Samuel

Submissions from 2012

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From the Hill to the Castle: Warren Robbins and the Founding of the National Museum of African Art, Alyssa Nicole Lanz

Submissions from 2011

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Of Griottes & Pantomimes: Dyaspora Love, Dreams, Memories, and Realities in the Works of Edwidge Danticat as They Relate to Black Feminisms, Marsha Bianca Jean-Charles

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Crossed Tongues: Reclaiming Black Antillean Female Subjectivity within the Narratives of Maryse Condé, Joella Adia Jones

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"De Donde Sos?" The Impossible Union of Blackness in Argentinidad, Arielle Carin Knight

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The Fabric Described by Buildings, Davis Aaron Preston Knittle

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Ain't No Fathers in the Hood: Constraint and Confinement of Black Fatherhood in the Contemporary United States, CaVar DeWayne Reid

Submissions from 2010

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Rhyme and Dissonance: Shared Strategies in Works by Lorna Simpson, Wangechi Mutu and Leslie Hewitt, Sonia Louise Davis

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Against a Better Prison: Gender Resopnsiveness and the Changing Terrain of Abolition, Alexis Alyse Phillips Horan

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The New Great Migration: Reinventing Race Relations in the New South?, Miriam Simone Leshin

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Making Sense of the Black/White Middle Class Achievement Gap: An Interdisciplinary Approach, Joseph Kwabena Nsiah

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Investigating Improvisation: Music Performance and the Disciplinary Divide, Lindsay Jordan Wright

Submissions from 2009

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Presenting and Absenting Violence, Gedney Harrison Barclay

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Diaspora and Belonging: Black Jewish Americans and the State of Israel, Elana Baurer

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Location and Legitimacy in Women's Studies: New Perspectives on Race and Gender in the American Academy, Lesley Stuart Chapman

Toward the "One New Human": Undoing the Racial-Religious Bipolarirty of American Evangelicalism, Jason Craige Harris

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A Search for Home: Diasporic Constructions, Encounters, and Imaginaries, Amber Nichole Jones

Hello Operator? I Am Trying to Reach 'Equality': An Analysis of Black Women in the Bell System After the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Melanie Christine Nelson

Making Plays, Making Change: Destabilizing Differences Through Theatre, Jessica Ruth Posner

Keep Your Friends Close and Your Enemies Closer: The Failures of Integration and Re-Humanizing Blackness in Segregated Schools, Madeleine Elyse Sage-EL

Submissions from 2008

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THROUGH MURKY WATERS: Katrina, Public Housing, and the Cartographies of Struggle, Benjamin Wynn Ansfield

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The Accumulated Rock of Ages: Questions of identity in James Baldwin's early fiction, Joanna Jeannette Brownson

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When the Delay is the Movement: the 2005 New York City Transit Strike, Melanie Bin Jung

Submissions from 2007

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Boxing Darwin's Shadow: Jack Johnson and Joe Louis's Historical Challenges to American Racism, Matthew Brown