My Research & Publications

 

Frederick Douglass and the White Negro John J. Doherty, Writer; Catherine Lyons, Producer. Dublin: Camel Productions, 2008.

 

 

Frederick Douglass and the 1846 Dublin Edition of His Narrative New Hibernia Review 2001 Spring 5(1): 53-67.

 

`All But a Black Skin and Wooly Hair: Frederick Douglass’s Witness of the Irish Famine American Studies International 1999 June 37(2): 69-83.

 

 

I Am Not Anything Like These Brutish Men: Reading, Writing, and Questioning Race in the Whitest State in the Union. The Review of Education/Pedagogy/and Cultural Studies. 1995. 17(4): 421-431.

 

 

Claiming and Transforming `An Entirely Gentlemanly Artifact’: Ireland’s Attic Press Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 1993 July 19(1): 97-109.

 

 

The Triple Duty of an African-American Filmmaker: An Interview with Carmen Coustaut African American Review 1993 Fall 27(3): 433-42.

 

 

What’s Wrong with Miss Anne: Whiteness, Women, and Power in Meridian and Dessa Rose. SAGE: A Scholarly Journal on Black Women. 1991 Summer 8(1): 15-20.