Here are citations and links for my scholarly publications:

Graves, Brian (2017). “‘Return and Get It:’ Developing McLeod Plantation as a Shared Space of Historical Memory.” In Southern Cultures, Vol. 23 No. 2. Pub. UNC Press, Chapel Hill, NC.

Graves, Brian (2016). “Interpreting African American History at James Island’s McLeod Plantation: A Photo Essay and Interview with Shawn Halifax, Public History Coordinator of the Charleston County Parks and Recreation Commission.” In Studies in American Culture, Vol. 39, No. 1. Pub. American Culture Association in the South, Lexington, VA.

Graves, Brian (2015). “You Are What You Beat: Food Metaphors and Southern Black Identity in Twentieth-Century African American Literature and Goodie Mob’s Soul Food.” In Studies in Popular Culture, Vol. 38, No. 1. Pub. Popular Culture Association in the South, Louisville, KY.

Correa, Pablo and Graves, Brian (2015). “Articulating Cultural Belonging at the Border of the Heritage Corridor: Public Communication and the Preservation of North Florida’s Gullah/Geechee Culture.” In The Florida Communication Journal, Vol. 43, No. 1. Pub. Florida Communication Association, Tallahassee, FL.

Graves, Brian (2013) “A Glimpse Into the Past: Communication, Cultural Tourism, and the Political Economy of Modern Gullah Preservation.” In Studies in American Culture, Vol. 36, No. 1. Pub. American Culture Association in the South, Lexington, VA.

Graves, Brian (2011). “Between ‘Preservation’ and ‘Progress:’ Gullah Landownership and Commercial Development on James Island, SC.” In Southern Studies, Vol. 18, No. 2. Pub. The Southern Studies Institute, Natchitoches, LA.

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