Publications by Lee D Baker

2003 (Editor) Life In America: Identity and Everyday Experience. Oxford, Eng: Blackwell Publishing.

1998 From Savage to Negro: Anthropology and the Construction of Race, 1896-1954. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

From Savage to Negro, reviewed by:

2008 Review of The Social Sciences and Theories of Race by Vernon J. Williams, Jr. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 14(1):234-235.

2008 Black Women in the Ivory Tower, Womanism, and Segregated Scholars. Souls: A Critical Journal of Black Politics, Culture, and Society 10(2): 179-187.

2007 Signing Off.Transforming Anthropology 15(2):95-96

2006 Mad or Meditative in Maricopa. Transforming Anthropology 14(2): 129-131

2006 Missionary Positions. In Kamari M. Clarke, and Deborah A. Thomas, eds. pp. Pp. 37-54., Duke University Press

2006 Thinking Through Genre. Transforming Anthropology 14(1):1

2005 Review of Melville J. Herskovits and the Racial Politics of Knowledge by Jerry Gershenhorn. American Anthropologist 107(3): 524-525

2005 Naming Moments Properly. Transforming Anthropology 13(1):1-2.

2005 Taking the Plunge and Seizing the Time- -Again. Transforming Anthropology 13(2):75-78.

2004 Rethinking Black Studies: You Can't Do That With Out Organization. Souls A Critical Journal of Black Politics, Culture, and Society 6(3/4)36-40.

2004 Review of Racism: A Short History by George M. Fredrickson. New West Indian Guide 78(1&2):125-126.

2004 Franz Boas Out of the Ivory Tower. Anthropological Theory 4(1):29-51.

2004 A Model Approach for Studying Race: Provocative Theory, Sound Science, and Very Good History. American Anthropologist vol. 106 no. 1 (2004): 168-172

2003 Review of Delimiting Anthropology: Occasional Inquiries and Reflections. George W. Stocking, Jr. Journal of Anthropological Research 59:252-253.

2002 Frederic Ward Putnam. In Celebrating a Century of the American Anthropological Association: Presidential Portraits, Pp. 5-9. Regna Darnell and Frederick W. Gleach, Editors. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press

2001 Profit, Power, and Privilege: The Racial Politics of Ancestry. Souls: A Critical Journal of Black Politics, Culture, & Soceity 3(4):66-72.

2001 The Color Blind Bind. In Cultural Diversity in the United States, Pp. 103-19. Ida Susser and Thomas C. Patterson, eds. Malden, MA: Blackwell Plublishers.

2001 Response to 'Philosophical Aspects of the "AAA Statement on 'Race' " Anthropological Theory Vol. 1(4)467-471.

2000 Research, Reform, and Racial Uplift: The Mission of the Hampton Folklore Society 1893-1899. Excluded Ancestors, Inventible Traditions: Essays Toward a More Inclusive History of Anthropology, Richard Handler, ed. (History of Anthropology 9:42-80).

2000 "Daniel G. Brinton's Success on the Road to Obscurity, 1890-99." Cultural Anthropology 15(3):394-423.

2000 Review of African-American Pioneers in Anthropology, edited Faye V. Harrison and Ira E. Harrison. American Anthropologist 102(2):368-370.

2000 Afrocentricty and the American Dream. In Dispatches From the Ebony Tower: Intellectuals Confront the African American Experience, Pp. 224-35. Manning Marable, ed. New York: Columbia University Press.

1999 Review of The Roots of African American Identity: Memory and History in Free Antebellum Communities, by Elizabeth Rauh Bethel. Social Forces 78(1)372-374.

1998 Unraveling the Boasian Discourse: The Racial Politics of "Culture" in School Desegregation, 1944-1954. Transforming Anthropology 7:(1)15-32.

1995 Racism in Professional Settings: Forms of Address as Clues to Power Relations. Journal of Applied Behavioral Sciences 31(2):186-201.

Baker, Lee D. and Thomas C. Patterson
1994 Race, Racism, and the History of U.S. Anthropology. Transforming Anthropology (5)1:1-7.

1994 Savage Inequality: Anthropology in the Erosion of the Fifteenth Amendment. Transforming Anthropology (5)1:28-33.

1994 The Location of Franz Boas Within the African American Struggle. Critique of Anthropology Vol 14(2):199-217.

1991 "Cultural Creolization and the Constitution of Ethnicity Amongst Aboriginal Professionals in Dampierland, Western Australia," In Foragers in Context: Long Term, Regional and Historical Perspectives in Hunter-Gatherer Studies. Michigan Discussions in Anthropology. Vol. 10:17-29.

Contributions to Public/Academic Discourse

2008 "Anthropology, History of." Encyclopedia of Race and Racism. Ed. John Hartwell Moore. Vol. 1. Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA, 2008. 93-97

2008 "Boas, Franz." International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. Ed. William A. Darity, Jr.. Vol. 1. 2nd ed. Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA, 2008. 344-346.

2007 Meet 2008, The State of Things, WUNC National Public Radio, December 31

2007 W.G. Pearson's Uniforms about Distinction. Durham Herald Sun, Nov. 21 A11

2006 Parental involvement on display at W.G. Pearson Durham Herald Sun, Dec. 7 A4

2006 Defining Crime, The State of Things, WUNC National Public Radio July 29

2006 Hate Crime, Plain and Simple, Durham Herald Sun, June 19, A6

2006 Black Faculty at Duke, The State of Things, WUNC National Public Radio June 15

2005 The Real Massacre Ain?t 50's (April 16)

2005 Naming Moments Properly: Gordon Parks and America’s History (March)

2004 Message From the President. North American Dialogue 7(2):4.

2004 Message from the President. North American Dialogue 7(1):8-9.

2003 Affirmative Action and Anthropological Research. Anthropology News (October) 44(7):8.

2002 Why Students Get A's. New York Times, April 19, 2002, Section A; Page 26; Column 6.

2001 Uncommon Ground: From Pastures to Protest. UPDATE: The Newsletter of the African Burial Ground Project. 3(5):4-5.

1999 Commitment to Scientific Truth. Anthropology Newsletter (April) 40(4):2.

1999 Columbia University's Franz Boas: He Led the Undoing of Scientific Racism Journal of Blacks in Higher Education. Vol. 22 (Winter):89-96.

1998 New Directions in the History of United States Anthropology. Transforming Anthropology 7(1):71-74.

1998 Over a Cliff or into a Brick Wall: Political and Policy Implications of Racial Categories. Anthropology Newsletter (January) 39(1)16-17.

1996 It Helps to Understand the Pressures on Marshall. Raliegh News and Observer. December 7, 1996: A25.

1996 Review of Rethinking Race: Franz Boaz and His Contemporaries, by Vernon J. Williams, Jr. American Journal of Sociology 102(3):909-910.

1996 Reflections in the National Mirror. Anthropology Newsletter. February 1996: 1,6.

1996 Race and the American Agenda, part II. Clarence Thomas' Reinvention of Anthropology. Anthropology Newsletter. January 1996:18-19.

1996 Ida B. Wells-Barnett and Her Passion for Justice (April)

1995 America's Intractable 'Race Problem.' Chronicle of Higher Education. September 29, 1995: B4.

1995 Race and the American Agenda, part I. The Anthropology of The Affirmative Action Debate. Anthropology Newsletter. September 1995 :16.

1995 For Whom the Bell Curve Tolls: Power, Money, and Multiculturalism.

Identities. 1(4):443-445.

1995 For Whom the Bell Curve Tolls: Poverty & Power. Voice of Black Studies 19:1:5-6.

1994 From Cannibal to Animal: Exhibiting Ota Benga. Transforming Anthropology (5)1:36.

Phillips, Layli D. and Lee D. Baker

1994 "Roots of Reform," The Atlanta Journal. A19: February 12, 1994.

1993 "Ota Benga, Story of A Tragic Travesty," Teaching Anthropology: 21-22:5.

1992 "Race and Class," New York Times: October 18, 1992.

1992 "Doing The Right Thing in Anthropology," Teaching Anthropology: Fall 91/Spring 92:14.

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