Articles/Chapters

“American Slavery and Resistance,” in Aaron Astor and Thomas Buchanan, eds., Slavery and the United States: An Historiographical Approach (Kent State University Press, expected 2018).

“The Black Atlantic and the African Diaspora,” in John Corrigan, ed., The Oxford Encyclopedia of Religion in America (Oxford University Press, expected 2018).

“‘Earth from a Dead Negro’s Grave’: Ritual Technologies and Mortuary Realms in the Eighteenth-Century Gold Coast Diaspora,” in Rebecca Shumway and Trevor Getz, eds., Slavery and Its Legacy in Ghana and the Diaspora (Bloomsbury, 2017), 58-80.

“‘Only Draw in Your Countrymen’: Akan Culture and Community in Colonial New York City,” Afro-Americans in New York Life and History (2010), 76-118.

“Unpopular Sovereignty: African American Reaction and Resistance to the 1854 Kansas-Nebraska Act,” in John Wunder and Joann Ross, eds., The Nebraska-Kansas Act of 1854 (University of Nebraska Press, 2008), 129-158.

“From Black Nadir to Brown v. Board: Empowerment and Education in Black Georgian Communities, 1865-1954,” (with Sabriya Jubilee.) Negro Educational Review (2007): 151-168.

“Crusader in Exile: Robert F. Williams and the Internationalized Struggle for Black Freedom in America,” Black Scholar (2006): 19-34.

“African Americans and an Atlantic World Culture,” in Alton Hornsby, Jr., ed., The Blackwell Companion to African American History (Blackwell Publishers, 2005), 235-254.

“The African and European Slave Trades,” in Alton Hornsby, Jr., ed., The Blackwell Companion to African American History (Blackwell Publishers, 2005), 48-66.

“‘A Negro Nation Within the Nation’: W. E. B. Du Bois and the Creation of a Revolutionary Pan-Africanist Tradition,” Black Scholar (2002): 37-46.

“Conjure, Magic, and Power: The Influence of Afro-Atlantic Religious Practices on Slave Resistance and Rebellion,” Journal of Black Studies (2001): 85-104.

“‘I Will Gather All Nations’: Resistance, Culture, and Pan-African Collaboration in Denmark Vesey’s South Carolina,” Journal of Negro History (2001): 132-147.