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Rebecca Adams, M.A. 2013: Book Review published in the North Carolina Historical Review, vol. LXXXIX (2012):455-56
Dustin Cranford, M.A. 2011: "A Roman in Name Only: An Onomastic Study of Cultural Assimilation and Integration in Roman Spain," Eras Journal, June 2012
Christopher A. Graham, Ph.D. 2013: "Evangelicals and 'Domestic Felicity' in the Non-Elite South," Journal of Southern Religion 15 (2013).
Karen Hawkins, Ph.D. 2012: Everybody's Problem: Whites, Blacks, and the Fight Against Poverty in Eastern North Carolina, 1963-1969, to be published early 2015 by University of Florida Press; "A Moderate Approach: How the War on Poverty Was Kept Alive in Eastern North Carolina, 1963-1968," Journal of the Historical Society, October 2013; "Rising Phoenix-Like: The African American Struggle and Mobilization for Political Rights in New Bern, North Carolina, 1968-1977," North Carolina Historical Review, October 2008; book review published in Journal of Children and Poverty, March 2012.
Christopher Kutas, M.A. 2011: Book Review published in Ethnohistory, Summer 2011
Brian Lee, Ph.D. student: "Farmville Protests of 1963." Encyclopedia Virginia. Virginia Foundation for the Humanities (with Brian J. Daugherity); "Program of Action: The Rev. L. Francis Griffin and the Struggle for Racial Equality in Farmville, 1963," with Brian J. Daugherity, The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 121 (2013), 251-287; "We Will Move: The Kennedy Administration and Restoring Public Education to Prince Edward County, Virginia" in Terence Hicks and Abul Pitre, e.s., The Educational Lockout of African Americans in Prince Edward County, Virginia (1959-1964): Personal Reflections and Accounts(Lanham, Maryland, 2010).
D. Keith Mann, Ph.D. student: Book review published in The Journal of African American History, Winter-Spring 2012.
Ian Michie, Ph.D. student: "'Toward a Truer World:' Overt and Implied Messages of Resistance from Slave Songs to Rap" in Sounds of Resistance: The Role of Music in Multicultural Activism (Preager, 2013); "The Renewed Debate: Hurricane Katrina and America's Reawakening to Racial Inequality" in ABC-CLIO’s American Mosaic: African American Experience Schools Database.
Jamie Mize, Ph.D. student: "In the Hands of God: Religious Revivals and the Struggle for Manhood In Confederate Camps," in Memory and Mythology: Modern War and the Construction of Historical Memory, 1775-2000 ed. Natalia Starostina. Palo Alto: Academica Press, 2014. Book review published on H-AmIndian, July, 2014, http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.php?id=41077.
Ethan Moore, Ph.D. student: "From Sikwa to Swine: The Hog in Cherokee Culture and Society, 1750-1840," Native South, vol. 4 (2011), pp. 105-120
Joseph S. Moore, Ph.D. 2011: "Covenanters and Antislavery in the Atlantic World," Slavery & AbolitionÂ Vol. 34, No. 4 (2013); "Colonization and the Limits of Antislavery in Upcountry South Carolina," in Ben Wright and Zachary W. Dresser, Apocalypse and the Millennium in the American Civil War Era (LSU Press, 2013)
Eric Oakley, Ph.D. student: Book reviews published in Ethnohistory, Spring 2011, and The Journal for the History of Discoveries, 42:1 September 2010.
Steven Peach, Ph.D. student: "Creek Indian Globetrotter: Tomochichi's Trans-Atlantic Quest for Traditional Power in the Colonial Southeast," Ethnohistory 60:4 (Fall 2013): 605-635; "Traditional Healing and Modern Medicine" in Greenwood Encyclopedia of American Indian Issues Today, (Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2013); Book reviews published in Ethnohistory, Spring 2012 andEssays in History, Summer 2012.
Jeremy Piercy, M.A. 2013: "The English Civil War and the Glorious Revolution," In World Democracy: From Ancient Times to the Peoples Revolutions of the 21st Century. M. E. Sharpe, 2013; "U.S.S. Relief," In An Encyclopedia of American Women at War: From the Home Front to the Battlefields. ABC-Clio, 2012; Book Review in Essays in History, 2013.
Joseph A. Ross, Ph.D. student: "Göring's Trial, Stahmer's Duty: A Lawyer's Defense Strategy at the Nuremberg War Crimes Trial, 1945-46," Madison Historical Review, Spring 2008, http://web.jmu.edu/history/mhr/.
Richard Shelton, Ph.D. student: "The Revolutions of 1989," Social Science Journal, Winston-Salem State University, #5, Second Series, Spring 2007; "Stoneman's Raid: The Culmination of Civil War in Western North Carolina," Social Science Journal, Winston-Salem State University, #2, Second Series, Spring 2004. Book reviews published in Southern Historian, Spring 2009, and Southern Historian, Spring 2005.
Therese Strohmer, Ph.D. student: Book review published on H-Net, February 2011.
Virginia Summey, Ph.D. Student: "Redefining Activism: Judge Elreta Alexander Ralston and Civil Rights Advocacy in the New South," North Carolina Historical Review (July 2013), 90(3): 237-258.
Jess Usher, Ph.D. student: "'The Golfers': African American Golfers of the North Carolina Piedmont and the Struggle for Access,"North Carolina Historical Review, April, 2010; book reviews published in the North Carolina Historical Review, January, 2011 and October 2011
Donna Patricia Ward, Ph.D. student: "City Profile: Detroit, MI 1896-1929," in Richardson Dilworth, ed. Cities in American Political History (CQ Press, 2011).
Monica Ward, Ph.D. student: Book reviews published in Ethnohistory, Winter 2011 and Winter 2013.