Race News: Black Journalists and the Fight for Racial Justice in the Twentieth Century. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2017.
“The Racial Politics of Place: Jim Crow, the New Deal, and Suburban Housing on the Virginia Peninsula,” Journal of Urban History 40 (May 2014): 514-535.
Journal Article: “The Racial Politics of Place.”
“From Communism to Black Power: The Atlanta Daily World’s Conservative Framing of Civil Rights Radicalism.” Atlanta Studies, Emory Center for Digital Scholarship. February 2018. https://www.atlantastudies.org/2018/02/22/fred-carroll-from-communism-to-black-power-the-atlanta-daily-worlds-conservative-framing-of-civil-rights-radicalism/.
(Forthcoming.) “Black Journalists,” in World of Jim Crow: A Daily Life Encyclopedia. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press.
Review of Newspaper Wars: Civil Rights and White Resistance in South Carolina, 1935-1965, by Sid Bedingfield, American Journalism 35 (Spring 2018): 107-109.
Review of Eyes on Labor: News Photography and America’s Working Class, by Carol Quirke, Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the America, 13 (March 2016): 151-153. Quirke, “Eyes on Labor.”
Review of Black Print with a White Carnation: Mildred Brown and the Omaha Star Newspaper, 1938-1989, by Amy Helene Forss, American Journalism 31 (Summer 2014): 406-408. Forss, “Black Print with a White Carnation.”
Review of Out on Assignment: Newspaper Women and the Making of Modern Public Space, by Alice Fahs, Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the America 10 (Summer 2013): 120-122. Fahs, “Out on Assignment.”
Review of Covering for the Bosses: Labor and the Southern Press, by Joseph B. Atkins, Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the America 7 (Spring 2010): 112-114. Book Review: Atkins, “Covering for the Bosses.”