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Levine, Robert S. "Commentary: Contextualizing and Rereading The Heroic Slave." Journal of African American History, 102 (Winter 2017): 64-72.
McKivigan, John R., and Jane E. Schultz. "Frederick Douglass's Foray into Fiction: Considering the Contest of Recent Work on The Heroic Slave." Journal of African American History, 102 (Winter 2017): 1-7.
Stanley, Harold. "The Nonfiction Madison Washington Compared to the Character in Frederick Douglass's The Heroic Slave and Similar Civil War-Era Fiction." Journal of African American History, 102 (Winter 2017): 8-20.
Claborn, John. Civil Rights and the Environment in African-American Literature 1895-1941. London, England: Bloomsbury Academic, 2018.
Marucci, Olivia. "Zora Neale Hurston and the Brown Debate: Race, Class, and the Progressive Empire." Journal of Negro Education, 86 (Winter 2017): 13-24.
Robinson, Shantá. "A Crusader and an Advocate: The Black Press, the Scopes Trial, and Educational Progress." Journal of Negro Education, 87 (Winter 2018): 22-32.
Spriggs, Bianca Lynne. "Women of the Apocalypse: Afrospeculative Feminist Novelists." Ph.D. diss., University of Kentucky, 2017.
Yothers, Brian. Reading Abolition: The Critical Reception of Harriet Beecher Stowe and Frederick Douglass. Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2016.
Gordon, Adam. "'Beyond the 'Proper Notice': Frederick Douglass, Uncle Tom's Cabin, and the Politics of Critical Reprinting." American Literature, 91 (March 2019): 1-29.
Roy, Michael. "'Throwing pearls before swine': the strange publication history of Vie de Frédéric Douglass, esclave américain (1848)." Slavery & Abolition, 40 (December 2019): 727-49.
Taylor, Yuval. Zora and Langston: A Story of Friendship and Betrayal. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 2019.
Cothren, Claire. "Aesthetics of Whiteness: Racial Hierarchies in Fitzgerald, Hurston, and Beyond." English Journal, 108 (March 2019): 36-42.
Olson, Walter. "2019 Mencken Society Lecture: Mencken, the NAACP, and the Anti-Lynching Campaign." Menckeniana, 224 (Fall 2019): 8-15.