In the Media:

Ryan Gillespie, “25 Years Ago, Florida Compensated Survivors of Rosewood Racial Violence,”, accessed May 3, 2019,

What Comic Books Tell Us about the Past,” Video, NTV ’s Good Life (Kearney, Nebraska: ABC, April 16, 2019),

Hal Boedeker, “‘Game of Thrones’: How Will It End?,”, April 11, 2019,

Hal Boedeker, “Zora! Festival Salutes Alice Walker after Furor,”, accessed January 31, 2019,

Michele Little, “Rosedale Residents Skeptical of Homewood’s Master Plan,” WBHM 90.3, January 4, 2019,

Brentin Mock, “The Wakanda Guide to Urbanism,” CityLab, February 22, 2018,

Nicholas Yanes, “Julian Chambliss Discusses MSU’s Comics Forum and Commitment to Pop Culture Studies,” Sequart Organization, September 4, 2018,

Ben Brokemartle, The Future of History, Video, Florida Frontiers (Brevard County: Florida Historical Society, 2018).

Ben Brotemarkle, “Florida Frontiers: The Future of History,” Florida Today, January 19, 2018.

Jessica Bryce Young and Richard Reep, “These Orlando Arts Shows Gave Us Life in 2017,” Orlando Weekly, accessed December 27, 2017. 

Troy Herring, “Rollins Students Unravel the Mystery of Oscar Mack,” West Orange Times & Windermere Observer, December 21, 2017.

Richard Reep, “Art in Odd Places Brings the ‘Noise’ This Year, Takes over Downtown This Weekend,” Orlando Weekly, November 8, 2017.

Susan Korgul, “Community Connection - Art In Odd Places,” Mix 105.1 (blog), October 31, 2017,

“Julian C. Chambliss on ‘Story in the Public Square’ September 30, 2017,” The Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy, September 27, 2017.

Ryan Gillespie, “Read-In at Orlando Library Promotes Literacy and Education,”, February 12, 2017,

Monivette Cordeiro et al., “Fourteen People Making Orlando a Better Place,” Orlando Weekly, accessed February 8, 2017,

Richard Reep and Jessica Bryce Young, “Four Orlando Art Exhibitions Redirect the White Gaze,” Orlando Weekly, January 25, 2017,

Matthew Peddie, “Intersection: Dr. Martin Luther King’s Legacy in Central Florida,” 90.7 WMFE, January 13, 2017,

Matthew J. Palm, “Cornell Fine Arts Museum Exhibits Tackle Racial Perceptions,”, January 13, 2017,

Cordeiro, Monivette. “Milk District Residents Worry about New Development, but Big Changes May Be Inevitable.” Orlando Weekly, September 21, 2016.

Caitlin Dineen, “Rollins Students Catalog Wells’ Built Exhibits,”, August 20, 2016,

Randy Noles, and Dana S. Eagles. “The Influentials.” Winter Park Magazine, June 21, 2016.

Gloria Goodale, “History-Making Tony Awards Torn between Sadness and Celebration,” Christian Science Monitor, June 13, 2016,

Brian Luman, “Professor Julian Chambliss,” Heed Media, May 15, 2016,

Hal Boedeker, “‘Game of Thrones’ Rides Jon Snow Mystery,”, May 1, 2016,

Dawn Ferchak, “Learn about the Unique History of West Winter Park and Hannibal Square,” Seminole Magazine, April 12, 2016,

Shaquirah Jackson, “UCF Hosts Speech on Zora Neale Hurston, Black Power,” Central Florida Future, January 17, 2016,

Peter King, “13th Amendment Anniversary,” CBS Radio News, December 6, 2015.

Monivette Cordeiro, “UCF White Student Union Facebook Page Creates Controversy,” Orlando Weekly, December 2, 2015,

Hal Boedeker, “Fans! Fantasy! Family! MegaCon Fan Days Are Here,”, November 19, 2015,

Brendan Byrne, “Intersection: Writer’s Block,” WMFE - Public Radio for Central Florida, October 6, 2015,

Renata Sago, “Once An African-American Refuge, Economic Plight Threatens Future Of Florida Town,”, July 28, 2015,

Jessica Bryce Young, “13 Ways of Looking at a Flag: A Post-Mortem of ‘The Confederate Flag: A Belated Burial in Florida,’” Orlando Weekly, June 24, 2015,

John King, “Episode 158: Julian Chambliss,” The Drunken Odyssey, June 20, 2015,

Steven Lemongello, “I-4 Eatonville Exchange Considered, Then Nixed,”, May 2, 2015,

Steven Lemongello, “Historic Eatonville Struggles to Break through Small-Town Pressures,”, accessed April 5, 2015,

Matthew Peddie, “Two Floridas? The Case For A Split State,” WMFE - Public Radio for Central Florida, March 31, 2015,

Savas Abadsidis, “Age of Heroes,” Huffington Post, February 6, 2015,

“Orlando City Commissioner Helps Marry Gay Friends,” January 6, 2015,

Megan Voeller, “Dunedin Fine Art Center’s Lost Worlds and Living Matter(s),” Creative Loafing Tampa, November 12, 2014,

“Karen Grigsby Bates, “Meet The Johnsons, TV’s ‘Black-Ish’ Family,”, September 23, 2014,

"Ferguson, Mo.: Microcosm of U.S.: Front & Center,” Orlando Sentinel, August 19, 2014,,0,2469509.story.

The Daily Buzz. “Jared and Jessica Talk Pop Culture with Dr. Julian Chambliss,” The Daily Buzz, Video, 4:52. August 7, 2014.

Carmel Delshad, “Living on the Edge of Homelessness: Xelimar Mendez’s Story,”, August 4, 2014,

Jay Hamburg, “Where African-American Superheroes and Comic-Con Collide,”, July 22, 2014,

Joal Ryan, “‘Revenge of the Nerds’ at 30: Searching for the Roots of the Nerd Look,”, July 19, 2014,

Amanda Murphyao, “A Tale of Comics Academe in a History Department: An Interview with Professor Julian Chambliss,” Women Write About Comics, July 8, 2014,

David Breen, “On Winter Park’s West Side, Residents Fear Development Squeezing Them out,” Orlando Sentinel, accessed June 17, 2014,,0,5322328.story.

Darryl E. Owens, “Woeful Race Tale in People’s Beauty, Nevada’s ‘Beast,’” newspaper, Orlando Sentinel, April 27, 2014,,0,7717199.column.

Sam Sanders, “‘Boondocks’ Returns After Four Years To An Altered Comedy Landscape,”, accessed April 21, 2014,

Richard Reep, “Future Bear Wants to Save the World,” accessed April 16, 2014,

Peter King, “News In Depth, ‘Murrow-McCarthy Anniversary,’” News, CBS News Radio, March 9, 2014,

Matthew Peddie, “A Report on Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, 60 Years On - WMFE 90.7,” News,, March 7, 2014,

“Can Minority Actors Play “White” Superheroes?”, Video, HuffPost Live, 2014,

Joel Schipper, “Black History: Jackie Robinson’s Legacy Lives on in Sanford,” News,, February 7, 2014,

Gloria Goodale, “Family Guy: Brian Bites the Dust, but for Real?,” Christian Science Monitor, November 26, 2013,

“JFK: Fifty Years Later,” New Channel 13, Broadcast (November 22, 2013)

Jeffrey Billman, “Of Superheroes and Men,” News,, October 14, 2013,

“Black Tribbles Episode 111 - Julian Chambliss & Thomas Donaldson; Johanna Nimley,” PodOmatic, accessed September 27, 2013,

Gloria Goodale, “Zimmerman Trial: Did Wall-to-wall Media Coverage Inform, or Entertain?,” Christian Science Monitor, July 11, 2013, Zimmerman-trial-Did-wall-to-wall-media-coverage-inform-or-entertain.  Reprinted-- “George Zimmerman Trial: Did Extensive Media Coverage Inform, or Entertain?,” Alaska Dispatch, accessed July 12, 2013,, “Zimmerman Trial: Did Wall-to-wall Media Coverage Inform, or Entertain?,” accessed July 12, 2013, “Zimmerman Trial: Did Wall-to-wall Media Coverage Inform, or Entertain?,”Yahoo! Finance Canada, accessed July 12, 2013,

Darryl E. Owens, “Defense capitalizes on modern race stereotype: Angry Black Woman,”, accessed July 2, 2013,

Leigh Held, “Get Rich from Comic Books: Fantasy Investing,”, accessed June 24, 2013,

Brian Truitt, “Why Superman is the Greatest American Hero,” USA Today accessed June 14, 2013,

Robert Lopez, “The Man of Steel Is Back! But Fans Want the Superman They Know and Trust,”, accessed July 16, 2013,

Darryl E. Owens, “Wayne Brady Takes on Bill Maher’s Definition of Blackness,”, accessed May 20, 2013,,0,4370211.column

Jeffrey Billman, “The Ballad of Oscar Mack | Rollins R-Net,” Education,, accessed June 28, 2013,

Striving for Acceptance,”, February 19, 2013. 

Paula White on the Trayvon Martin Tragedy, Race at New Destiny Christian Center, and How Minorities Still Work to Fit In,”, October 28, 2012. 

Anika Myers Palm, “Trayvon tragedy spotlights how minorities often work to fit in,” Orlando Sentinel, October 27, 2012. 

Gloria Goodale, “Holy matrimony, Batman! Are comic books legalizing gay marriage?”, June 7, 2012. 

“An Interview with Julian C. Chambliss and Denise K. Cummings,” The Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast, April 12, 2012,

Joseph Freeman, “New Winter Park Community Center bridges city’s black, white neighborhoods,” Orlando Sentinel, September 29, 2011.

Tim Halbur, “Clashing Strategies For Preserving Historic Community,”, June 16, 2011.

Glorida Goodale, “Green Lantern is opening. Does it appeal only to white American males?”, June 16, 2011. 

Gloria Goodale, “Did revamp of ‘Spider-Man’ musical do enough to save itself?”, June 15, 2011. 

Megan Peck, “No Place Like Home: Hannibal Square Community Land Trust Put New Twist on Homeownership,” Orlando Weekly, April 21, 2011. 

Keith Bonnell, “Coffins and capes: Why superheroes won’t stay dead,” Postmedia News,, January 14, 2011. 

Gloria Goodale, “Why did ‘Tron: Legacy’ do so well at the box office?”, December 20, 2010. 

Gloria Goodale, “And now, Spider-Man the musical: Can it spin gold on Broadway?”, November 21, 2010. 

USATODAY.COM. “Jon Favreau’s a comic-book hero with ‘Iron Man’ franchise,” 

Kristy Vickery, “A Life Dedicated to Equal Rights,” Seminole Voice. April 8, 2010. 

The Daily Buzz. “Iron Man 2 and Comics.” The Daily Buzz, Video. May 7, 2010.

The Daily Buzz. “Interview on Chris Matthews and the States of the Union and State of Marriage in the Black Community.” The Daily Buzz, Video. February 1, 2010.

The Daily Buzz. “Interview on MLK Day Reflections on the State of Black America.” The Daily Buzz, Video. January 18, 2010. “NASA Denies Clashes With President Elect Barack Obama’s transition team,”  

Julian C. Chambliss and Denise K. Cummings, co-producers.  "Exploring the Colony Theater."  Orange TVs  Orange County Scrapbook #2.  Winner, 2008 National Bronze Telly Award.

CNN.COM. “The Pictures that Horrified America,” CNN.COM/ 

CNN.COM. “How Much Comic Book Violence is Too Much?” CNN.COM/Entertainment. 

Joy Wallace Dickerson, “Movies came and want, but Colony is still a star,” Orlando Sentinel, January 14, 2007