Burial ground: African-American
‘The African Burial Ground: roots of ecological destruction and social exploitation’, in J.Canty (ed.) Globalism and Localization: Emergent Solutions to Ecological and Social Crises, London: Routledge, 20-33.
Preservation at the intersections: disproportionate multihazard risk and vulnerability in Louisiana’s historic African American cemeteries’, Environmental Justice, Feb., 1-13.
Love Cemetery: Unburying the Secret History of Slaves, New York: HarperOne.
‘Viewing the color line through the material culture of death’, Historical Archaeology, 28: 3, 74-93.
‘At home on the other side: African American burials as commemorative landscapes’, in J. Wolschke-Bulmahn (ed.) Places of Commemoration: Search for Identity and Landscape Design, Washington D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks Reesarch Library and Collection, 25-54.
‘The city of the dead: the place of cultural identity and environmental sustainability in the African-American cemetery’, Landscape Journal, 30: 226-240.
‘Tributes in stone and lapidary lapses: commemorating black people in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century America’, Markers 6, 32–100.
‘The New York African Burial Ground Project: past biases, current dilemmas, and future research opportunities’, Historical Archaeology, 38;1, 10-17.
‘Bakongo afterlife and cosmological direction: translation of African culture into North Florida cemeteries’, Athanor, 20, 105-115.
‘The Afro-American section of Newport, Rhode Island’s Common Burying Ground’, in Meyer, R. (ed.) Cemeteries and Gravemarkers: Voices of American Culture, Utah State University Press: Logan, UT,163-196.
‘“He didn’t have no cross”: tombs and graves as racial boundary tactics on a Louisiana barrier island’, The Oral History Review, 30:2, 1-28.