African American Studies Faculty Scholarship


The Spite House

Elizabeth Knapp

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Seattle Sports

Terry Anne Scott

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Black Mega-Church

Tamelyn N. Tucker-Worgs

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Historical Nightmares and Imaginative Violence in American Women's Writings

Amy Gottfried

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Requiem with an Amulet in Its Beak

Elizabeth Knapp

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Additional Faculty Research

Allen, William, “Locke’d in the Game,” in The Wire and Philosophy. Joanna Crosby and Seth Vannatta, eds. Chicago: Open Court, 2013.

Allen, William, “Apocalyptic Television, Hobbes’s Moral Psychology and the Tenuous Nature of Liberal Democratic Values” in Apocalypse TV: Essays on Society and Self at the End of the World. Michael G. Cornelius and Sherry Ginn, eds. Lanham: Lexington Books, 2020.

Gottfried, Amy, "Letters from Your Mother" (fiction). Brain Teen: The magazine for Thinking Parents. Vol. 4, 2016.

Gottfried, Amy, Winter 2017; Issue 62. "Patron Saint" (fiction).

Scott, Terry Anne, "Lynching and Leisure: Race and the Transformation of Mob Violence" (University of Arkansas, forthcoming).

Scott, Terry Anne, “Lynching is Not a Relic of a Jim Crow Past. It’s a Modern Form of Racial Terror” Truthout, August 9, 2020.