1. A Blueswoman Matters: Black Women's Feminisms in Anti-Lynching Plays
2. Saving White Face: Examining Anti-Lynching Plays Set in White Households
3. Sketches from a Black Feminist Professor's Notebook: Staging Lynching Plays at an Historically Black College and University (HBCU) in the South Epilogue Index
Maisha S. Akbar is Associate Professor of Theatre and Performance Studies at Fort Valley State University, where she is founding coordinator of a Theatre and Performance Studies academic curriculum. Dr. Akbar's research interests include black feminist performance studies and psychoanalysis. More information on her work can be found at www.blackplaybook.com.