Two articles authored by Dr. Bobby J. Smith II are featured in the 7th Edition of An Annotated Bibliography on Structural Racism Present in the U.S. Food System (January 2020) by the Michigan State University Center for Regional Food Systems.
- Dr. Smith Featured in the 7th Edition of An Annotated Bibliography on Structural Racism Present in the U.S. Food System
- Dr. Jenkins' book "explores the forces that keep black people vulnerable even amid economically privileged lives. With today’s repeated reminders of the vulnerability of African Americans to state and extralegal violence, Black Bourgeois considers the contradiction of privileged, presumably protected black bodies that remain racially vulnerable. Examining disruptions around race and class status in literature, Candice M. Jenkins demonstrates that the conflicted relation of the black subject to privilege is not, solely, a recent phenomenon."
- Standards and Signification Between Jazz and Fusion: Miles Davis and "I Fall in Love Too Easily," 1963-1970In an article published in the journal Jazz Perspectives, John Paul Meyers analyzes the performances of Miles Davis at a key moment in the 1960s: when Davis was straddling the post-bop, free jazz, and fusion styles.
- In Private Lives, Proper Relations, Candice M. Jenkins addresses the question of why contemporary African American literature—particularly that produced by black women—is continually concerned with issues of respectability and propriety.