Race not Place: The Invasion, and Possible Retreat, of British Historians of the American South
Professor Stephen Tuck: List of publications
The Doubts of Their Fathers: The God Debate, and the Conflict between African American Churches and Civil Rights Organizations between the World Wars
Evangelicals and Race
The Other Special Relationship: Race, Rights, and Riots in Britain and the United States
Fictions of Speculation Response
Powerless at Home, Dangerous Abroad
The March on London: British-American connections during the civil rights movement
The Night Malcolm X Spoke at the Oxford Union: A Transatlantic Story of Antiracist Protest
Constraints, Opportunities, and the Decision to Pursue Business Ownership: Industry Choice among African American Owners of Small Businesses
AHR Roundtable You the People
American History and European Identity
Historians across borders: Writing American history in a global age
Preface: Location and history
Preface: Location and history
Using the American past for the present: European historians and the relevance of writing American history
In the Cause of Freedom: Radical Black Internationalism from Harlem to London, 1917-1939
Malcolm X's Visit to Oxford University: U.S. Civil Rights, Black Britain, and the Special Relationship on Race
You, the People
Fog of War : The Second World War and the Civil Rights Movement
"You can sing and punch ... but you can't be a soldier or a man"
IntroductionThe Second World War and the Civil Rights Movement
The Fog of War
“You can sing and punch … but you can’t be a soldier or a man”African American Struggles for a New Place in Popular Culture
From Greensboro to Notting Hill: The Sit-Ins in England
The Civil Rights Movement and the Logic of Social Change
We Ain't What We Ought To Be
Responses to Robin D. G. Kelley, "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands"
The Reversal of Black Voting Rights after Reconstruction'
African American Protest During the Reagan Years: Forging New Agendas, Defending Old
We Are Taking Up Where the Movement of the 1960s Left Off: The Proliferation and Power of African American Protest during the 1970s
'We are taking up where the movement of the 1960s left off': The proliferation and power of African American protest during the 1970s
Introduction: Reconsidering the 1970s - The 1960s to a disco beat?
Democratization and the Disfranchisement of African Americans in the US South during the Late 19th Century
A little taste of freedom: The black freedom struggle in Claiborne County, Mississippi.
De-Centring the South: America's Nationwide White Supremacist Order after Reconstruction
De-centring the South: America's nationwide white supremacist order after reconstruction
Making the Voting Rights Act
Fighting the Government With its Own Propaganda: The Struggle for Racial Equality in the USA During the Second World War
The New American histories
Deconstructing evangelicalism. Conservative Protestantism in the age of Billy Graham.
A passion for justice: J. Waties Waring and civil rights
Beyond Atlanta: The Struggle for Racial Equality in Georgia, 1940-1980
Black Protest During the 1940s: The NAACP in Georgia