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“You may kiss your bride” – The Curious Amateur Rules Violation of Double Olympic Champion Lee Quincy Calhoun

Cash T., Duckworth., A. Kreiger, J. (2020). “You may kiss your bride” – The Curious Amateur Rules Violation of Double Olympic Champion Lee Quincy Calhoun. Journal of Olympic History, 28(3), 30.

https://isoh.org/journal-of-olympic-history-vol-28-no-3-2020/

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Translating the Phenomena of Student-Athlete Retirement

Cash, Tiara A , Algerian Hart, Mark Cole, and Michelle Villegas Gold. 2021. "Translating the Phenomena of Student-Athlete Retirement." The International Journal of Sport and Society 12 (2): 59-79. doi:10.18848/2152-7857/CGP/v12i02/59-79.

http://10.18848/2152-7857/CGP/v12i02/59-79.

Abstract: At the height of research on concussions and trauma, this study aims to explore other avenues of student-athlete health by taking a narrative perspective pre- and post-play to question one’s individual sense of wellbeing. Using phenomenological investigation and an exploratory... Read More

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Equitable Mindfulness: A Framework for Transformative Conversations in Higher Education

Cash, T. A., Gueci, N., & Pipe, T. (2021). Equitable Mindfulness: A Framework for Transformative Conversations in Higher Education. Building Healthy Academic Communities Journal, 5(1), 9-21.

http://dx.doi.org/10.18061/bhac.v5i1.7770

Abstract: Background: Mindfulness, the practice of present moment experience, can be employed as a tool for grounding in difficult conversations and creating pathways for transformative change in communities. Aim: As educators continue to teach the practices of mindfulness in primary, secondary, and post-secondary... Read More

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Seeking the Ideal African-American Interior: The Walker Residences and Salon in New York

Dudley, Tara. "Seeking the Ideal African-American Interior: The Walker Residences and Salon in New York." Studies in the Decorative Arts 14.1 (2006): 80-112.

https://soa.utexas.edu/sites/default/disk/Dudley_Seeking-the-Ideal-AfricanAmerican-Interior.pdf

Abstract: In its headline news of November 4, 1917, the New York Times Magazine heralded the construction of a new mansion in Irvington, New York. It was to be the home of Madam CJ Walker (18674919), the first black woman” millionaire.”... Read More

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“The Family Business: New Research Explores How Free People of Color Built Wealth and Community Through Real Estate,” Preservation in Print, October 2018

“The Family Business: New Research Explores How Free People of Color Built Wealth and Community Through Real Estate,” Preservation in Print, October 2018.

https://prcno.org/new-research-explores-free-people-color-built-wealth-community-real-estate/

Abstract: Excerpt: “During the first half of the 19th century, the Dollioles and Souliés — two gens de couleur libres families —amassed great wealth by building, owning and managing real estate in New Orleans. Through their entrepreneurship, these two families became pillars... Read More

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On Madam Walker’s Architecture

Dudley, Tara. “On Madam Walker’s Architecture,” Black Perspectives (blog), published by African American Intellectual History Society, May 22, 2019, https://www.aaihs.org/villa-lewaro-on-madam-c-j-walkers-architecture/

https://www.aaihs.org/villa-lewaro-on-madam-c-j-walkers-architecture/

Abstract: This post is part of the African American Intellectual History Society (AAIHS) online forum on Madam C.J. Walker for the centennial anniversary of her death.  Read More

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Before West Campus: Rediscovery and Preservation of Wheatville’s West Campus

Before West Campus: Rediscovery and Preservation of Wheatville's West Campus," Platform (2019-2020): 8-11

https://issuu.com/utsoa/docs/2019-20_utsoa-platform_v4_1028

Abstract: Tara Dudley’s essay, “Before West Campus: Rediscovery and Preservation of Wheatville’s African American Heritage,” discusses the history and remaining traces of the Black community that preceded the development of the area as a center of student life. Read More

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African-American Ownership in the 21st-Century Black Press

Williams Fayne, M. (2021). African-American Ownership in the 21st-Century Black Press. In A.A. Tait (Ed.), Essays on African American Media. Wayne State University Press. (Accepted)

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CBQ Critical Reviews Long Essays: Centering Blackness and Foregrounding Black Joy in Conceptualizations of Internet Culture

Williams Fayne, M. (2020). CBQ Critical Reviews Long Essays: Centering Blackness and Foregrounding Black Joy in Conceptualizations of Internet Culture. Communication Booknotes Quarterly. 51(3-4), 110-113. https://doi.org/10.1080/10948007.2020.1780893

https://doi.org/10.1080/10948007.2020.1780893

Abstract: Miya Williams Fayne next renders a deft explication of Black cultures online in her review of Distributed Blackness: African American Cybercultures by André Brock Jr. Read More

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Transitioning Mediums and Understandings: An Examination of Entertainment in the 21st Century Black Press

Fayne, Miya Williams. "Transitioning Mediums and Understandings: An Examination of Entertainment in the 21 st Century Black Press." PhD diss., Northwestern University, 2019.

https://search.proquest.com/openview/6051441fc101fde26b9747d9adb4bcef

Abstract: Journalism scholars have investigated how mainstream (typically white) news organizations are adapting to digital media, but this research has created the impression that the entire industry operates similarly. My research shows this is not the case. Although entertainment content has... Read More

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