Hanna, Stephen P., Derek H. Alderman, and Candace Forbes Bright. 2018. “From Celebratory Landscapes to Dark Tourism Sites? Exploring the Design of Southern Plantation Museums,” in The Palgrave Handbook of Dark Tourism Studies (Stone, P., R. Hartmann, T. Seaton, R. Sharpley, and L. White, editors). Palgrave MacMillan. 399-422.

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

Stone, Meredith, Ian Spangler, Xavier Griffin, and Stephen P. Hanna 2016. “Searching for the Enslaved in the “Cradle of Democracy”: Virginia’s James River plantation websites and the reproduction of local social memories,” Southeastern Geographer 56(2): 203-222.

Hanna, Stephen P. 2016.  “Placing the enslaved at Oak Alley Plantation: narratives, spatial contexts, and the limits of surrogation,” Journal of Heritage Tourism 11(3): 219-234.

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

Hanna, Stephen P., Amy Potter, E. Arnold Modlin, Perry Carter, and David Butler (editors) 2015. Social Memory and Heritage Tourism Research Methodologies.  Routledge.

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

Hanna, Stephen P. 2008. “A Slavery Museum?  Race, memory, and landscape in Fredericksburg, Virginia,” Southeastern Geographer 48(3): 316-337.

Hanna, Stephen P., Vincent J. Del Casino, Jr., Casey Selden, and Benjamin Hite 2004 “Representation is work: the everyday production of heritage in ‘America’s Most Historic City,’” Social and Cultural  Geography. Vol. 5(3): 459-481.