Finney, J. & Potter, A. (2018). You're out of your place: Black mobility on Tybee Island, Georgia from Civil Rights to Orange Crush.  Southeastern Geographer, 58 (1), 104-124. Read Here

Hanna, S., Carter, P., Potter, A., Forbes Bright, C., Alderman, D., Modlin, A., & Butler, D. (2018). Following the story: Narrative mapping as mobile method for tracking and interrogating spatial narratives. Journal of Heritage Tourism. DOI 10.1080/1743873X.2018.1459628. Read Here

Benjamin, S., & Alderman, D. (2018). Performing a different narrative: museum theater and the memory-work of producing and managing slavery heritage at southern plantation museums. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 24 (3),  270-282. Read Here

Cook, M.R. and Potter, A.E. 2018. “Unfinished geographies: Women’s roles in shaping African American historical counter narratives.” In Critical Geographies of Heritage from Below, Edward Elgar.

Lee, K. J., & Scott, D. (2017). Racial discrimination and African Americans’ travel behavior: The utility of habitus and vignette technique. Journal of Travel Research, 56, 381-392. Read Here

Lee, K. J., & Scott, D. (2016). Bourdieu and African Americans’ park visitation: The case of Cedar Hill State Park in Texas. Leisure Sciences, 38, 424-440. Read Here

Benjamin, S.,  Kline, C., Alderman, D., & Hoggard, W. (2016). Heritage site visitation and attitudes toward African-American heritage preservation: An investigation of North Carolina residents. Journal of Travel ResearchRead Here

Potter, A. E. (2016). She goes into character as the lady of the house: Tour Guides, Performance and the Southern Plantation. Journal of Heritage Tourism 11(3): 250-261. Read Here

Duffy, L., Kline, C., Mowatt, R. & Chancellor, C. (2015). Women in tourism: Shifting gender ideology in the DR. Annals of Tourism Research, 52, 72-86.Read Here

Lee, K. J., Dunlap, R., & Edwards, M. (2014). The implication of Bourdieu’s theory of practice for leisure studies. Leisure Sciences, 36, 314-323. Read Here

Hanna, S. & Hodder, F. (2014). Reading the signs: using a qualitative Geographic Information System to examine the commemoration of slavery and emancipation on historical markers in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Cultural Geographies, 1-21.Read Here

Carter, P., Butler, D., &  Alderman, D. (2014). The house that story built: The places of slavery in plantation museum narratives. Professional Geographer, 66 (4), 547–557.Read Here

Alderman, D. (2013). African Americans and Tourism. Tourism Geographies 15(3), 375-379. Non-refereed introduction to special thematic issue guest organized by author and Selima Sultana.Read Here

Alderman, D., & Modlin, A. (2013). Southern hospitality and the politics of African American belonging: An analysis of photographs in North Carolina tourism brochures. Journal of Cultural Geography, 30 (1), 6-31.Read Here

Hanna, S. P. (2012). Cartographic memories of slavery and freedom: Examining John Washington’s map and mapping of Fredericksburg, Virginia. Cartographica, 47(1), 50-63.Read Here

Alderman, D. (2012). ’History by the Spoonful’ in North Carolina: The textual politics of state highway historical markers. Southeastern Geographer, 52(4), 355-373.Read Here

Boone, K., Kline, C., Johnson, L.,  Milburn, L., & Rieder, K. (2012). Development of visitor identity through study abroad in Ghana. Tourism Geographies, 1-24.Read Here

Benjamin, S., Schneider, P.,  &  Alderman, D. (2012). Film tourism event longevity: Lost in Mayberry. Tourism Review International 16, 139-150.Read Here

Alderman, D., Benjamin, S., and & Schneider, P. (2012). Transforming Mount Airy into Mayberry: Film-induced tourism as place-making. Southeastern Geographer 52(2), 212-239.Read Here

Alderman, D., & Dobbs, R. (2011). Geographies of slavery: Of theory, method, and intervention. Historical Geography 39, 29-40.Read Here

Modlin, A., Alderman, D., & Gentry, G. (2011). Tour guides as creators of empathy: The role of affective inequality in marginalizing the enslaved at plantation house museums. Tourist Studies 11(1), 3-19.Read Here

Alderman, D. (2010). Surrogation and the politics of remembering slavery in Savannah, Georgia. Journal of Historical Geography 36, 90-101.Read Here

Alderman, D., & Modlin, A. (2008). (In)Visibility of the enslaved within online plantation tourism marketing: A textual analysis of North Carolina websites. Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing 25(3-4), 265-281.Read Here