Kellie Carter Jackson

Articles & Essays

 

The ‘Capitalized Womb’: A Review of Ned and Constance Sublette’s The American Slave Coast

"The Capitalized Womb," A Book Review for the AAIHS

The “Roots” remake is a reminder that yes, America needs more movies about slavery

The Conversation

Spokane’s black community embraces white allies, so what’s behind Rachel Dolezal’s perplexing deception?

The Conversation

There’s no reason to compare anything in modern-day America to slavery

Quartz

 

Finally, “Selma” is a film that portrays white Americans as allies, not liberators

The Conversation

Oscars 2016: Expert Reaction

The Conversation

Oscars 2016: Expert Reaction

The Conversation

There are still reasons for black America to celebrate 2014

Quartz

 

It's Still the Era of White Television

Quartz

Why American history should begin with slavery

Quartz

Let’s not turn Ferguson into another tweetable, teachable moment

Quartz

Fruitvale To Ferguson: Understanding The Language Of Rage And Mourning

Cognoscenti, WBUR.org, Boston's NPR

 

The ‘Threatening’ ‘Thug’ Through History

The Daily Telegraph, U.K

Writing History With Blood: Why '12 Years A Slave' Matters

Cognoscenti, WBUR.org, Boston's NPR

A Historian’s Perspective on “12 Years a Slave”

National Geographic Magazine

Yeezus saves: Kanye West, hip hop and the language of slavery

The Conversation

 

How Quentin Tarantino unchained Django (and historical facts)

The Conversation

VIOLENCE IN POLITICAL HISTORY: THE CHALLENGES OF TEACHING ABOUT THE POLITICS OF POWER AND RESISTANCE

Violence in Political History