PEER-REVIEWED

NEW! Andrea Roberts (2020). “Preservation without Representation: Making CLG Programs Vehicles for Inclusive Leadership, Historic Preservation, and Engagement” 

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Andrea Roberts (2020). “The End of Bootstraps and Good Masters: Fostering Social Inclusion through Counternarrative Creation” 

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Sletto, B., Stiphany, K., Futrell Winslow, J., Roberts, A., Torrado, M., Reyes, A., Reyes, A., Yunda, J., Wirsching, C., Choi, K. and Tajchman, K., 2020. Demystifying Academic Writing in the Doctoral Program: Writing Workshops, Peer Reviews, and Scholarly Identities. 

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Andrea Roberts. 2020. “Haunting As Agency” 

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A. Roberts & M. Matos (2020). “Adaptive liminality: Bridging and bonding social capital between urban and rural Black meccas”

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Andrea Roberts (2020). Count the Outside Children! Kinkeeping as Preservation Practice Among Descendants of Texas’ Freedom Colonies

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Andrea Roberts (2019). “Until the Lord Come Get Me, It Burn Down, Or the Next Storm Blow It Away”: The Aesthetics of Freedom in African American Vernacular Homestead Preservation

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A. Roberts, & M. J. Biazar (2018). “Black Placemaking in Texas: Sonic and Social Histories of Newton and Jasper County Freedom Colonies”

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A. Roberts & G. Kelly (2018). “Remixing as Praxis: Arnstein’s Ladder through the Grassroots Preservationist’s Lens”

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Andrea Roberts (2018). “Interpretations & Imaginaries: Toward an Instrumental Black Planning History”
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Andrea Roberts (2018). “Performance as place preservation: The role of storytelling in the formation of Shankleville Community’s Black counterpublics”

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Jennifer Minner, Andrea Roberts, Michael Holleran & Joshua Conrad (2018). “A Smart City Remembers its Past: Citizens as Sensors in Survey and Mapping of Historic Places”

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Andrea Roberts (2017). “The Farmers’ Improvement Society and the Women’s Barnyard Auxiliary of Texas: African American Community Building in the Progressive Era.”

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Andrea Roberts (2016). “What’s Missing from Black Counternarratives to Donald Trump”
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Jennifer Minner, Michael Holleran, Andrea Roberts & Joshua Conrad (2015). “Capturing Volunteered Historical Information: Lessons from Development of a Local Government Crowdsourcing Tool.”

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NON-PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS: ESSAYS, OPINION, FEATURE

Andrea Roberts (2018).  “A city in Texas discovered a mass grave of prison laborers. So what should it do with the bodies?”

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 Andrea Roberts (2018). “Sugar Land: Treat the mass grave of black prisoners discovered in Texas with respect”

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Andrea Roberts (2018). ” Land Mass Grave: Texas City Finds Burial Site of Black Prison Laborers”

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Andrea Roberts (2018). “A Texas city discovered a mass grave of prison laborers. What should it do with the bodies?”

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Andrea Roberts (2018). “Analysis: Why Texas should brace to hear about more mass graves”

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Andrea Roberts (2018). “The Mass Grave Beneath a Texas Suburb”

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Andrea Roberts (2018).  THE TEXAS FREEDOM COLONIES PROJECT ATLAS & STUDY.

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Andrea Roberts (2018). “Portals to Freedom, or Researching in Limbo Time,” Platform: Convergent Voices, A Journal of the UT Austin School of Architecture’, Ed. Nichole Wiedemann and Charlton Lewis

Brand, A., Brown, Davis, L, Ford, M., Hood, W., Lopez, S., Roberts, A., Robles Jr., J. (2017). “Conversation 030317” Platform: Convergent Voices, A Journal of the UT Austin School of Architecture’, Ed. Nichole Wiedemann and Charlton Lewis

Andrea Roberts (2017). “When Does It Become Social Justice? Thoughts on Intersectional Preservation Practice”

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Andrea Roberts (2017). “Documenting and Preserving Texas Freedom Colonies”

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Anna Brand & Andrea Roberts (2016). “Commentary: Better Communities Require Better-Educated Planners”

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Andrea Roberts (2017). “Homeplace: Identity, Place, and Planning”. Reading List
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BOOK REVIEW

Andrea Roberts (2017). “Book Review: Black Georgetown remembered: A history of its black community from the founding of “The Town of George” in 1751 to 4 the present day”

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CREATIVE NON-FICTION

Andrea Roberts (2018). “Arrivals: 1930, 1964” from What’s the New News, Issue 1

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Andrea Roberts (2018). “The Poetics of Black Imagination” from What’s the New News, Issue 2

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Andrea Roberts (2017). “Old Developments: Sovereign Spaces Reclaimed”

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Andrea Roberts (2015). “Sacred Forest, Piney Veil: Black Landscapes of Deep Texas”

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Andrea Roberts (2015). “Critical Sankofa Planning-Mobilizing Texas Freedom Colony Memories”

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Andrea Roberts. (2009) “An Epistle to the Revolutionary Bible,” from Medina, T., & Rivera, L. R. (Eds.).  Bum rush the page: A def poetry jam. Broadway Books.