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READINGS and Lectures- Books/Journals/Dissertations 

Agbe Davies, Anna

  1. Archaeology at the Pauli Murray Family Home: The State of Research 2019. NC Museum of History.

Barile, Kerri S.

  1. Race, The National Register, and Cultural Resource Management: Creating an Historic Context for Postbellum Sites. Historical Archaeology 38(1): 90–100.

Battle-Baptiste, Whitney

  1. Black Feminist Archaeology. New York, NY: Routledge.

Blakey, Michael L

1996     Race, Nationalism, and the Afrocentric Past. In Making Alternative Histories: The Practice of Archaeology and History in Non-Western Countries, edited by P Schmidt and T Patterson, pp. 213–228. Santa Fe, NM: School of American Research.

Carey, Mia H.

  1. Toward an Antiracist Archeology. The Activist History Review, Sept 19.

Deetz, Kelley F., Ellen Chapman, Ana Edwards, and Phil Wilayto

  1. Historic Black Lives Matter: Archaeology as Activism in the 21st Century. African Diaspora Archaeology Newsletter15(1): 1–33.

Epperson, Terrence W

  1. Critical Race Theory and the Archaeology of the African Diaspora. Historical Archaeology 38 (1): 101–108.

Franklin, Maria 

  1. Power to the People: Sociopolitics and the Archaeology of Black Americans. Historical Archaeology 31(3): 36–50.

Franklin, Maria and Larry McKee (editors)

  1. Transcending Boundaries, Transforming the Discipline: African Diaspora Archaeologies in the New Millennium.Thematic issue. Historical Archaeology 38 (1).

LaRoche, Cheryl, and Michael Blakey

  1. Seizing Intellectual Power: The Dialogue at the New York African Burial Ground. Historical Archaeology 31(3): 84–106.

McDavid, Carol

  1. Beyond Strategy and Good Intentions: Archaeology, Race, and White Privilege. In Archaeology as a Tool of Civic Engagement, edited by Barbara Little and Paul Shackel, pp. 67–88. Lanham, MD: AltaMira Press.

Shackel, Paul

  1. New Philadelphia: An Archaeology of Race in the Heartland. University of California Press, Berkeley.

Streich, Gregory W.

  1. Is There a Right to Forget? Historical Injustices, Race, Memory and Identity. New Political Science 24 (4): 525–542.

Weheliye, Alexander G.

  1. Habeas Viscus: Racializing Assemblages, Biopolitics, and Black Feminist Theories of the Human. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.