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Academic Publications

White, Khadijah. (2015) BangClash: Belongingness and the Harlem drummers. Urban Geography.

White, Khadijah (Book manuscript under review at university press) Raising the Volume: How the News Media Created the Tea Party.

White, Khadijah. (2014) Fade from Black: Black becoming Africana. Journal of Pan-African Studies.

White, Khadijah. (2012)"Considering Sound: Language, Meaning and the Construction of Noise," in Reveberations Paul Hegarty, Benjamin Halligan and Michael Goddard (Eds.) Noise: Affect, Politics and Aesthetics.

White, Khadijah. (2011) Built for Battle. Possible Futures: A Project of the Social Science Research Council.

"White, Khadijah. (2011) Michelle Obama: Redefining the (White) House-wife." Thirdspace: a Journal of Feminist Theory & Culture.

White, Khadijah. (2005) Review: Checker, Melissa. Polluted Promises, in Transforming Anthropology.

Popular Publications (selected)

Essay on Adrian Peterson child abuse case for The Atlantic

Role/Reboot article listing unarmed Black women killed by police officers

Piece on children and race for the Katie Couric Show

Op-ed on the Occupy Movement and urban policy in the Philadelphia Inquirer. August 30, 2012.

Review of film "Sparkle" and Black female representation at NewBlackMan. August 25, 2012.

“What Men Should Learn from Michelle,” Chronicle of Higher Education Brainstorm Blog.http://chronicle.com/blogPost/what-men-should-learn-from-michelle/6999. July 2, 2009.

White, Khadijah. Essay contributed to National Association of Black Journalists Journal, Spring 2008.

“The Producer Snapshot: Robert Moses,” Your America (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008).

Democracy in the Deep South,” contributed to “NOW on PBS." August 18, 2006.

Contributed to National Association of Black Journalists Blog on Senegal/UN trip 2007 at http://nabjinsenegal.blogspot.com .

Conference Presentations (selected)

Missing White Women, Missing America (2014), Race and Media Conference, University of Wisconsin at Madison.

Citizen Journalism in Tea Party News (2012), International Journal of Journalism Studies, Santiago, Chile.

“Tea’d Off: Media and the Rise of the 21st Century Tea Party” (2011), International Association for Media and Communication Research, Kadir Has University, Istanbul, Turkey.

"Redeeming Black Women on the Silver Screen" (2011), Society for Cinema and Media Studies, New Orleans, LA.

"Oceanic Negroes: Communicating Blackness Down, Out, and Under” (2011), International Communication Association Conference, Boston, MA.

“BangClash: Belongingness and the Harlem Drummers” (2011), Race and Space Symposium, Association of American Geographers, Seattle, WA.

“Michelle Obama: Redefining the (White) House – Wife” (2010), International Communication Association Conference, Singapore.

Guest speaker - Pants on the Ground Film Festival (2010)
Discussed and answered questions with officials and parents of the South Orange/Maplewood School District about a segment that I produced on Robert Moses, urban education, and the Algebra Project on May 12, 2010 .

With Katz, Elihu. “Electronic Empowerment? On Interacting with Officials and Professionals in the Age of New Media.” (2009) Presented by Elihu Katz at Zeppelin University as part of lecture series on The Media in Knowledge Societies at Friedrichshafen, Germany, March 2, 2009

“A Marriage of Convenience: Black becoming Africana.” (2008) Presented at the annual AYA African American Studies Conference at Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, April 11-12.

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