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Byfield, Natalie P. 2014. Savage Portrayals: Race, Media & the Central Park Jogger Story. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

1. Contemporary Sociology – Vol. 46, No. 1 (January 2017), pp. 44-46.
2. American Journal of Sociology – Vol. 121, No. 2 (September 2015), pp. 611-613
3. Social Forces - DOI: 10.1093/sf/sou123
4. American Journalism – Vol. 31:2, 283-285, DOI:
5. Journal of American History – Recent Scholarship Online June 1. Vol. 1- Online
6. The Indypendent – Issue 195, April 1 – 30, 2014
7. New Politics -
8. Communication Booknotes Quarterly – Vol. 45:1 (February 2014)
9. Library Journal – Vol. 139:1 (January 2014)


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

Byfield, Natalie P. [Forthcoming] “Black Student Service-Learning Researchers: Agents for Change.”
Humanity & Society (Accepted)

Byfield, Natalie P. 1996. “The Crisis of Black Youth in New York City,”
Race & Reason, New York: Institute for Research in African-American Studies, Columbia University pp. 30-36

Byfield, Natalie. The Significance of Writing Methodologies When Teaching Writing in the Discipline. Teaching Sociology. (Revise and Resubmit).

Byfield, Natalie P. “Reification of Race in the Criminal Justice System.”
Social Justice (Revise and Resubmit.)

Byfield, N.P. [Invited] “Surveilling Blackness in the 21st Century U.S.A.:
Modernity/Coloniality, Objectivity and Contemporary Forms of Injustice.”
[International Sociological Association’s SAGE Studies in International Sociology
(SSIS)]. (Submitted to editors.)

Byfield, N. P. (2019). “Stop and Frisk: Continuity of Racial Control and
Reconstructed Blackness,” in Structures of Inequality and Race in New York City:
Looking Backward and Forward. Benjamin Bowser and Chelli Devadutt
(Ed.). Albany, NY: State University of New York (SUNY) Press.

Byfield, N. P. (2019). “Fighting in the Core: Questioning the Last Century’s
Debates over Race, Class, and Gender” in Living for Love, Fighting for Justice:
Lessons from the life of Rod Bush (Eds.) Melanie E. Bush et al. Belmont, MA:
Okcir Press.

Byfield, N. P. 2015. “Modern Newspapers and the Formation of White Racial Group
Consciousness,” Dimensions of Racism in Advertising: From Slavery to the 21 st
Century. Edited by Edward Lama Wonkeryor. New York, NY: Peter Lang Publisher.

Byfield, N. P. 2014. “Targets: The Existential Crisis of Black and Latino Male Youths.”
in Race and the Lifecourse: Readings from the Intersection of Ethnicity and Age.
Edited by Diditi Mitra and Joyce Weil. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Byfield, Natalie P. 2006. Review of the Encyclopedia of Racism in the United States. International Migration Review 40:4:980-981

Byfield, Natalie P. “Getting Your Fingers Dirty With Data” (Under Preparation for Submission)

Byfield, Natalie P.
At a Loss for Words: The Relationship Between Language & Institutional Structure. (Under preparation for submission)

Byfield, Natalie and Jennifer Ortiz.
Escaping the Mass Incarceration Trap: The Efficacy of Using Personal Writing as a Tool for Restorative Justice (Under preparation for submission)