Book Chapters Willingham, B. (2017) Chapter 6. “Who Is She? The Invisibilization and Dehumanization of Black Women Murder Victims” in Moriarty, L.J. and Jerin, R.A. (Eds)., Current Issues in Victimology Research, Third Edition (pps. 93-106). Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press.
Willingham, B. (2017) Chapter 8. “It’s a Way to Get Out of Prison: Writing and Teaching in Women’s Prisons” in Haden, E.R. and Jach, T.R. (Eds)., Incarcerated Women: A History of Struggles, Oppression and Resistance in American Prisons (pps. 147-165) Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Willingham, B. (2014) Chapter 11. “Prison is My Family Business: Reflections of a Black Woman with Incarcerated Relatives Doing Research on Imprisoned Black Fathers” in Winter, A. and Lumsden, K. (Eds)., Reflexivity in Criminological Research: Experiences with the Powerless and Powerful (pps. 138-149). London: Palgrave.
Journal Articles Willingham, B. (2018) “Black Women and State-Sanctioned Violence: A History of Victimization and Exclusion” in Vanderwees, C. and Connolly, A. Lynching and Its Legacies: Racial Dynamics of Discipline and Punishment in American Culture [Special Issue]. Canadian Review of American Studies, 48(1). (Forthcoming April 2018)
Willingham, B. (2013) “Black Women’s Prison Narratives and the Intersection of Race, Class and Gender in US Prisons.” Critical Survey, 23(3), 55-66.
Book Review Willingham, B. (2015) Review of Reading Prisoners: Literature, Literacy, and the Transformation of American Punishment, 1700-1845, Jodi Schorb. American Studies Journal 54, No. 4.