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"Black Women's History and the Labor of Mourning," Souls, 18:1, (2016) 161-165.
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On Agency, Freedom and the Boundaries of Slavery Studies. Labour/Le Travail, 71(Spring 2013), 193-202.
Charity Folks, Loss Royalty and the Bishop Family of Maryland and New York. Journal of African American History, 98(1 (Winter 2013), 24-47.
That All Her Increase Shall Be Free': Enslaved Women's Bodies and the Maryland 1809 Law of Manumission. Women's History Review, 21(3) June 2012, 363-378.
The Relics of Slavery’: Inter-racial Sex and Manumission in the American South. Frontiers: A Journal of Women’s Studies, 31(3), 22-30
Teaching African American History in the Age of Obama. Chronicle of Higher Education, February 27, 2009, 55(25), B20 .
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Humanities Research Travel Grant, University of California, Irvine, 2009;
International Center for Writing and Translation, University of California, Irvine, 2009;
Association of American University Women Post Doctoral Fellowship, 2006-2007;
Lord Baltimore Fellowship, Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD, 2004–2006;
Nathan Huggins/Benjamin Quarles Dissertation Research Award, Organization of American Historians, 2003.
American Historical Association
Association for the Study of the World Wide African Diaspora
Organization of American Historians
Association of Black Women Historians
Association for the Study of African American Life and History
Southern Association of Women Historians
Maryland Historical Society
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Founding Faculty, UCI Collaborative Conversations on the Continent
Ghana Project 2010
Farwesten Regional Director
Association of Black Women Historians 2014
African American Studies, the Culture and Theory Program, the Department of Women’s Studies, the Center for Global Peace and Conflict Studies, Center for Comparative Immigration at UC San Diego