Byfield, Natalie P., “Blackness and Existential Crimes in the Modern Racial State” (2021). Connecticut Law Review. 508.



Byfield, N.P. (2019). “Race Science and Surveillance: Police as the New Race Scientists,”

Social Identities: Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture. Vol 25:76-90

DOI: 10.1080/13504630.2017.1418599 (Cites/Doc – 2yrs – 1.14)


Byfield, N. P. 1996. “The Crisis of Black Youth in New York City,” Race and Reason,

New York: Institute for Research in African-American Studies, Columbia University pp. 30-36



Byfield, N. P. [Accepted] “Black Students and the University: Strategies for

Transformational Pedagogy.” Humanity & Society. (Minor revisions required)




Byfield, N. P. (2019). “Fighting in the Core: Questioning the Last Century’s Debates over

Race, Class, and Gender.” Human Architecture: Journal of the Sociology of Self-Knowledge. Vol. 12:1. (reprint of Bush, Melanie E.L. et. al.).




Byfield, N. P.  2006. Review of the Encyclopedia of Racism in the United States.

International Migration Review 40:4:980-981 (Impact Factor – 1.94)




Monteiro, Basilio and Natalie Byfield. “Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?” Bruno Latour & The Need for a New Critical Science of ‘Science & Technology’ Symposium,” October 28, 2019.


Byfield, N.P. 2018. “The Politics of the N-Word,” The Torch, March 21, 2018.

Vol 95:17:13.


Byfield, N. P. 2015. “#BlackLivesMatter: We Still Have to Fight for the Right To Exist,”

The Huffington Post. February 21, 2015.


Byfield, N. P. 2014. “The Legacy of the Central Park Jogger ‘Wilding’,” The Huffington

Post. May 27, 2014.


Byfield, N. P. 2014. “The Central Park Jogger Case Is Settled for $40 Million, But What

About Justice for Other Black and Latino Teens?” The Huffington Post. June 25,



Byfield, N. P.  2012. “A Time, and a Way, to Heal,” The New York Times. November 19,