Articles/Chapters

“African Identity in Early America: August 20, 1729 to August 19, 1734,” Ibram Kendi and Keisha Blain, eds., 400 Souls: A Community History of African America, 1619-2019 (One World Press, 2021), 96-100.

“American Slavery and Resistance,” in Aaron Astor and Thomas Buchanan, eds., Slavery and the United States: An Historiographical Approach (Kent State University Press, 2021), 127-157.

“Religion in the Black Atlantic and the African Diaspora,” in John Corrigan, ed., The Oxford Encyclopedia of Religion in America (Oxford University Press, 2018), I: 167-185.

“‘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.

“Memories of ‘Homeland’: Historical and Literary Representations of Enslavement and Acculturation in the Diaspora,” in Naana Opoku-Agyemang, Paul Lovejoy, and David Trotman, eds., Africa and Trans-Atlantic Memories (Africa World Press, 2008), 23-34.

“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.

“‘The Problem of the Color Line’: Lynching, Race Riots, and Identity Formation in Texas, 1890-1920,” The Griot (2001): 23-34.

“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.