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Silas Munro (Author), Colette Gaiter (Introduction), Stephen Coles (Contributor),"Strikethrough: Typographic Messages of Protest", Letterform Archive, 2022.
Julie L. McGee, “More than Preamble: Anticipating Two Centuries of Black American Art," Afterall: Exhibition Histories (September, 2022).
Julie L. McGee, “An Inward Poet's Vision," David Driskell: Mystery of the Mask. DC Moore Gallery, NY. 2022.
Julie L. McGee, “Critical Artist Biography: David C. Driskell," in African Modernism in America, 1947-1967. American Federation for the Arts and Fisk University Galleries, October, 2022.
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Kathryn Benjamin Golden, “‘Armed in the Great
Swamp’: Fear, Maroon Insurrection, and the Insurgent Ecology of the
Great Dismal Swamp,” The Journal of African American History 106, no. 1,
Brandon Stanford and Sonja M. Peterson-Lewis,
“How to Conduct Content Analysis: Analyzing T-Shirt Slogans From the Era
of US Celebrity Trials, Normalized Homelessness, and Economic
Austerity,” Sage Research Methods Cases, Part 1 (March 22, 2022).
Driskell, David C, Julie L McGee, Lois Dodd, William T Williams, Portland Museum of Art, Phillips Collection, and High Museum of Art. David Driskell : Icons of Nature and History. Edited by Jessica May. New York, NY: Rizzoli Electra, a division of Rizzoli International Publications, Inc, 2021.
Julie L. McGee, “Fugitive Archives: Privilege and Practice," in Elusive Archives: Material Culture Studies in Formation, edited by Martin Brückner and Sandy Isenstadt (University of Delaware Press, 2021).