A Nimble Arc: James Van Der Zee and Photography, Duke University Press, forthcoming September 2023.
Articles and Chapters
“James Van Der Zee and the Global Mobility of Photographs,” Metropolitan Museum of Art, Harlem Renaissance and Transatlantic Modernism catalogue, forthcoming 2024.
“From an Intergenerational Perch: On the Making of Steel Genesis and Other Occasions of Crossing,” MoMA, LaToya Ruby Frazier: Monuments of Solidarity catalogue, forthcoming 2024.
“A Photo Album’s Redrawn Color Line: On Black Freedom in Japan, 1947-1949,” Trans Asia Photography Journal, forthcoming Fall 2023.
“Notes on Myrlande Constant and Photography,” Myrlande Constant: The Work of Radiance. Eds. Katherine Smith and Jerry Philogene. Fowler Museum, UCLA, 2023, 118-135.
“Studio,” The Art Institute of Chicago Field Guide to Photography and Media. Eds. Antawan Byrd and Elizabeth Siegel. The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, 2023, 372-375.
“When Images in Haiti Fail: The Photograph of Charlemagne Péralte,” Art Journal 81.4 (Winter 2022): 106-125.
“An Ode to James Van Der Zee: Lorna Simpson’s 9 Props,” Metropolitan Museum of Art Journal 55 (December 2020): 76-90.
“Reproducing the New Negro: James Van Der Zee’s Photographic Vision in Print,” American Art 34.2 (Summer 2020): 4-25.
“The Likeness of Fugitivity: Trans Atlantic Considerations of a Canadian Photograph,” Towards an African-Canadian Art History: Art, Memory, and Resistance. Ed. Charmaine Nelson. Captus Press, 2019, 151-173.
“Hinging Upon History: Photography and the Ghetto Biennale/Depan Sou Istwa: Fotografi Ak Geto Byenal La,” Ghetto Biennale/Geto Byenal 2009-2015. Ed. Leah Gordon. No Eraser Publishing, 2018, 120-131.
“A Hidden World of Images: Marilyn Houlberg and Haitian Studio Photography,” From Within and Without: The History of Haitian Photography, exhibition catalog. Ed. Edouard Duval Carrie. Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, 2015, 34-37.
“The Likeness of Fugitivity: William Notman’s carte-de-visite Portrait of John Anderson,” History of Photography 37.2 (2013): 221-34.
Rev. of I Too Sing America: The Harlem Renaissance at 100, by Wil Haygood. CAAreviews.com, 2019.
Rev. of In Extremis: Death and Life in 21st Century Haitian Art, by Donald J. Cosentino ed. African Arts 47.1 (2014): 91-92.