“Confined Femininity: Race, Gender, and Incarceration in Kentucky, 1865-1920.” Indiana University.
Fletcher-Brown, C. Review of Liberty’s Prisoners: Carceral Culture in Early America, by Jen Manion, Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, 115, no. 3 (Summer 2017): 419-421.
Fletcher-Brown, Charlene. “Early Stories of Domestic Violence Raise Awareness, Foster Healing.” The Blog of the Kentucky Historical Society. November 4, 2016. http://history.ky.gov/early-stories-of-domestic-violence-raise-awareness-foster-healing/
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Fletcher-Brown, C. “The Palmer Raids” 1914-1918 Online: International Encyclopedia of the First World War. http://encyclopedia.1914-1918-online.net/article/Palmer_Raids (2014)
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I conducted several awesome interviews while at the AHR, the first with Dr. Elizabeth Hinton of Harvard University on the future of carceral studies and the second was a series of interviews with historians about the impact of the blockbuster hit Black Panther.