Accident of Color featured on BookTV (C-SPAN)

BookTV ran the Charleston Accident of Color event on national television. The event, jointly hosted by Grace Church Cathedral and Mt. Zion AME and attended by Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg and Police Chief Luther T. Reynolds, was held on June 25 and broadcast on August 10.

Opinion Piece on the Census Race Question published by the Daily Beast

The Daily Beast has just published "The Other Census Disaster That's Waiting To Happen" about the problems with the race question on the 2020 Census.

The Accident of Color: Excerpted in Lapham's Quarterly

Lewis Lapham's storied history periodical, Lapham's Quarterly, has excerpted this section on the Supreme Court's overturning of the Civil Rights Act of 1875 and the little-known biracial family backstory of dissenter Justice John Marshall Harlan.

The Accident of Color: Chosen as Book of the Month by the Acclaimed BackStory Podcast

The Accident of Color has been chosen as a BookStory book of the month by the acclaimed BackStory podcast led by historians Ed Ayers (URichmond), Brian Balogh (UVA), Nathan Connoly (JHU), Joanne Freeman (Yale), and Peter Onuf (UVA). It will be discussed in November.

The Accident of Color: Chosen as a Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance Spring "Okra Pick"

Southern indie booksellers have chosen The Accident of Color as one of their Spring Okra Picks--new books on the region they're recommending to passionate, discerning local readers.

The Accident of Color: A Digg Book Pick of the Month

Digg.com, a website dedicated to separating the signal from the noise on the Internet, has chosen The Accident of Color as one of its four June book picks.

A History of Future Cities: Now in Chinese and Russian Translations

A History of Future Cities is now available in Chinese and Russian translations from Xinhua and Strelka Press.