Essays

“Analysis: Why Did the Lumbees Vote for Dan Bishop?” October 15, 2019 (online), The Daily Yonder.

“Why More Places are Abandoning Columbus Day in Favor of Indigenous Peoples Day,” October 10, 2019 (online), The Conversation.

“The Southern Fabric,” September 4, 2019 (online), blog post for Call & Response series, Forum for Scholars and Publics.

“A Nation of Nations,” October 8, 2018 (online), blog post for University of North Carolina Press.

“We Are the Original Southerners,” May 22, 2018 (online), May 24, 2018 (p. A31, in print) editorial in The New York Times.

“Silent Sam is Not Sacred; The Blood on Him Is,” May 9, 2018 (online), May 10, 2018 (in print) editorial in the Raleigh News and Observer.

Lumbee Indians ambush the Ku Klux Klan (1958)

“Ambush,” Scalawag Magazine 12 (Spring 2018), 18-24.

“Recognizing Lumbee History Through Land,” Spring 2015 essay in South Writ Large: Stories, Arts, and Ideas from the Global South.

Collard Sandwich at Lumbee Homecoming (2014)

“As We Cooked, As We Lived: Lumbee Foodways,” co-authored with Sara Wood, Southern Cultures (Spring 2015): 84-91.

“Snapshots of #LumbeeHomecoming,” Summer 2013 essay in South Writ Large: Stories, Arts, and Ideas from the Global South.

“American Indian Commemorative Landscapes in North Carolina: The Power of Place,” 2012 essay on Commemorative Landscapes of North Carolina, Documenting the American South.