Published and Presented

See more of my published writing on www.StephanieHarp.com/freelance.

“A Gastronomic Home” published in Arkansauce: The Journal of Arkansas Foodways, Issue 3, 2013, published by the Special Collections Department of the University of Arkansas Library and on Inheritance: Race, Responsibility, and Paying Attention in the Generations after Jim Crow.

“Book Review: The Speeches of Fannie Lou Hamer: To Tell It Like It Is published in The Independent Scholar, the Newsletter of the National Coalition of Independent Scholars. Vol. 26, No. 2 (May 2013) and on Inheritance: Race, Responsibility, and Paying Attention in the Generations after Jim Crow.

“Project 1927: The Lynching of John Carter presented at Mosaic Templars Cultural Center, Little Rock Ark., and supported by a grant from the Arkansas Humanities Council. 2/2013

“Chair hangings imply hanging-in-effigy of president published in Bangor Daily News, 10/20/2012 and on Inheritance: Race, Responsibility, and Paying Attention in the Generations after Jim Crow.

“Whiter Than Snow: Southern Baptist Hymnody in the 1920s and a Lynching in Little Rock” presented at Without Sanctuary: A Conference on Lynching and the American South”Center for the Study of the New South. 10/2012

“John Carter: A Scapegoat for Anger” published by America’s Black Holocaust Museum 8/2012 and on Inheritance: Race, Responsibility, and Paying Attention in the Generations after Jim Crow.

“Inheriting Home: The Skeletons in Pa’s Closet” published by America’s Black Holocaust Museum 8/2012 and on Inheritance: Race, Responsibility, and Paying Attention in the Generations after Jim Crow.

“Inheriting Home: Race, History, and Family Memory” presented at Identity • Memory • Testimony”- Maine Women Writers Collection/Maine Women’s Studies Consortium/New England Women’s Studies Association Spring Conference.  2012

“There’s No Place Like Home” presented at PechaKucha Night, Bangor, Vol. 1.  2011

The Weekly, Bangor, Maine
“A fond, but temporary, farewell to Bangor library,” Expression, 9/28/96

Maine Times, Portland, Maine
“A book is still a book,” Back of the Book, 2/1/96
“What I learned in campaign school,” Back of the Book, 12/15/95
“Outing,” Back of the Book, 6/30/95
“Wake up, this is history,” Back of the Book, 11/10/94

 

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