Assemble: Essays on the Modern Marvel Cinematic Universe edited by Julian C. Chambliss, William Svitavsky, and Thomas C. Donaldson (Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland). Forthcoming Fall 2017.
Ages of Heroes, Eras of Men: Superheroes and the American Experience edited by Julian C. Chambliss, William Svitavsky, and Thomas C. Donaldson (Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, September 2014), Paperback.
Ages of Heroes, Eras of Men: Superheroes and the American Experience edited by Julian C. Chambliss, William Svitavsky & Thomas C. Donaldson, (Newcastle Upon Tyne UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013).
Julian C. Chambliss and Michael Gunter, “Understanding Our Urban Environment Better,” in Teaching Education for Sustainable Development at University Level edited by Walter Leal Filho and Paul Pace (Springer International Publishing, 2016).
“Archetype or Token?: The Challenge of the Black Panther,” in Marvel Comics into film: Essays on adaptations since the 1940s edited by Matthew McEniry, Robert Moses Peaslee and Robert G. Weiner (Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 2016).
“War Machine: Blackness, Power, and Identity in Iron Man,” in The Ages of Iron Man: Essays on the Armored Avenger in Changing Times edited by Joseph J. Darowski (Jefferson, N.C: McFarland, 2015).
“Upgrading the Cold War Framework: Iron Man, the Military Industrial Complex and American Defense,” in Ages of Heroes, Eras of Men: Superheroes and the American Experience edited by Julian C. Chambliss, William Svitavsky, and Thomas C. Donaldson (Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, September 2013).
Martha S. Cheng and Julian C. Chambliss, “The 1909 Plan of Chicago as Representative Anecdote: Envisioning Citizenship at the Turn of the Century,” Rhetoric Review (April 2016).
Kathryn Tomasek, Julian Chambliss, and Lloyd Benson, “Local Collections and Liberal Education in History,” In Proceedings of the 2012 NITLE Symposium, ed. Rebecca Frost Davis and Lisa Spiro. <http://symposium.nitle.org/concurrent-sessions-tuesday-april-17-2012/session-2-d-panel/local-collections-and-liberal-education-in-history-tomasek-benson-chambliss/
Julian C. Chambliss and Denise K. Cummings, “Florida: The Mediated State,” The Florida Historical Quarterly Volume 90, No 3. (Winter 2012).
“Superhero Comics: Artifacts of the U.S. Experience,” Juniata Voices Volume 12 (Fall 2012): 145-151.
“Perfecting Space: J. Horace McFarland and the American Civic Association,” Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission Special Issue, Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies Volume 77, No 4. (Autumn 2010).
Julian C. Chambliss and William Svitavsky, “From Pulp Hero to Superhero: Culture, Race, and Identity in American Popular Culture, 1900-1940” Studies in American Culture Volume 30, No 1. (October 2008).
“A Question of Progress and Welfare: The Jitney Bus Phenomenon in Atlanta, 1915-1925” Georgia Historical Quarterly Volume 92, No 4. (Winter 2008).
“Beautification and Regional Identity: Conflict and Compromise in the United States during the City Beautiful Movement,” Florida Conference of Historians Proceedings 13 (2006).
“Comics in the Here and Now,” Scandinavian Journal of Comic Art, Spring 2016, http://sjoca.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/SJoCA-2-2-08-Chambliss.pdf.
Americans Against the City: Anti-Urbanism in the Twentieth Century by Steve Conn and Dead End: Suburban Sprawl and the Rebirth of American Urbanism by Benjamin Ross in Journal of Urban Affairs (December 2018). Forthcoming.
Key West on the Edge: Inventing the Conch Republic by Robert Kerstein. in The Journal of Southern History 80, no. 2 (May 2014): 515–16.
The Outlaw in American Visual Culture by Rachel Hall. (University of Virginia Press, 2009) in Studies in American Culture Volume 35, No. 1 (October 2012).
The American Urban Reader: History and Theory, Steven H. Corey and Lisa Krissoff Boehm, eds. (New York: Routledge, 2011) in The History Teacher (February 2012).
Reforming Suburbia: The Planned Communities of Irvine, Columbia, and the Woodlands by Ann Forsyth. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2005) in Journal of Urban Affairs Volume 31, No 4. (November 2009).
The Dallas Myth: The Making and Unmaking of An American City by Harvey J. Graff. (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2008) in Studies in American Culture (October 2009).
“New in Our Eyes: Race, Class, and Progress in New South Atlanta,” Journal of Urban History, (July 2008).
“March 4, 1893,” Black Quotidian: Everyday History in African-American Newspapers, March 4, 2016, http://blackquotidian.com/anvc/black-quotidian/march-4-1893.
“The Public’s Eyes: Trevor Paglen’s National Security Agency,” in Art for Rollins: The Alfond Collection of Contemporary Art, Volume II Edited by Abigail Ross Goodman (Cornell Fine Arts Museum, 2015).
“Black Panther: Who is the Black Panther,” Critical Survey of Graphic Novels: Heroes and Superheroes edited by bart beaty and stephen weiner (salem press, 2012).
“Preparing For a Multicultural Future: The Africa and African-American Studies Program at Rollins College,” USARiseUp.com, January 31, 2011.
Lloyd Benson, Julian Chambliss, Jamie Martinez, Kathryn Tomasek, and Jim Tuten, “Teaching with the History Engine: Experience from the Field,” From Intersection: History and New Media Forum, Perspectives: The Newsmagazine of the American Historical Association (May 2009).
Julian C. Chambliss and David Irving, “Chai, Songyue” and “Feng, Lun” Biographical Dictionary of New Chinese Entrepreneurs and Business Leaders Edited by Wenxian Zhang and Ilan Alon (Edward Elgar, 2009).
Julian Chambliss and Mareike Fetscherin, “Henry Ying Tung Fok” and “Shen Taifu” Biographical Dictionary of New Chinese Entrepreneurs and Business Leaders Edited by Wenxian Zhang and Ilan Alon (Edward Elgar, 2009).
“Bao, Yugang,” Biographical Dictionary of New Chinese Entrepreneurs and Business Leaders Edited by Wenxian Zhang and Ilan Alon (Edward Elgar, 2009).
“Gulf South,” Encyclopedia of the Great Black Migration Edited by Steven A. Reich. Vol. 1 (Westport: Greenwood Press, 2006).