John Dewey and the Ideal of Democracy. Interviewed by John Perry and Ken Taylor, Philosophy Talk, September 25, 2016
https://soundcloud.com/philosophytalk/john-dewey-and-the-ideal-of-democracy

Rare Recordings of James Baldwin. Interviewed by Brian DeShazor, From the Vault, July 14, 2016:
http://lfla.org/event/live-from-the-vault-rare-recordings-of-james-baldwin/

Podcast Interview on Ferguson and the Tragic Presence of the Past – John Hopkins University Press

 

“On Diamond Reynolds after Dallas,” Public Seminar, July 8, 2016: ONLINE:

http://www.publicseminar.org/2016/07/on-diamond-reynolds-after-dallas/ (590 words) 

“What Good is History for African Americans?,” Boston Review, May 17, 2016: ONLINE: 

https://www.bostonreview.net/us/melvin-rogers-what-good-history-african-americans (1534 words)

“Race and Dignity: Freedom Can’t Be Left to Chance,” Boston Review, December 7, 2015: ONLINE: http://bostonreview.net/us/melvin-rogers-race-dignity (1500 words) 

Review of Ta-Nehisi Coates, Between the World and Me (published in long and short form):

a. Critical Exchange: “Cealists, Not a Pessimist: Lester Spence Responds to Melvin L. Rogers”; “Coates Isn’t Hopeful: Melvin Rogers Responds to Lester Spence,” Dissent Magazine, August 13, 2015: ONLINE: http://www.dissentmagazine.org/blog/ta-nehisi-coates-isnt-hopeful-melvin-rogers-lester-spence

b. “Between Pain and Despair: What Ta-Nehisi Is Missing,” Dissent Magazine, July 31, 2015: ONLINE: https://www.dissentmagazine.org/online_articles/between-world-me-ta-nehisi-coates-review-despair-hope (2300 words)

c. The Atlantic, ed. Chris Bodenner, “Between the World and Me Book Club: Your Critical Thoughts,” July 26, 2015: ONLINE: http://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2015/07/readers-critical-between-world-me-ta-nehisi-coates/399641/ (1000 words)