Writing & Outreach
Bailey wearing a doctoral tam and graduation gown posing in front of a wood and marble building.
“For ‘Return’ or Representation?: Interrogating the Intended and Invoked Actors in the Orator Fuller Cook Jr. Collection at the National Museum of Natural History.” In Putting Theory and Things Together: Research with Museum Collections, edited by J. Bell & J. Shannon. Washington: Smithsonian Institute Press.
2022 "Fluid: Louisiana Creole Identity and Racial Mixture in the United States." [Doctoral Dissertation, University of Colorado, Boulder]. ProQuest.
2018 “Decentering Whiteness and Refocusing on the Local: Reframing Debates on Confederate Monument Removal in New Orleans.” Museum Anthropology 41 (2): 120–25. https://doi.org/10.1111/muan.12184.
This article was recognized as one of the most-read papers in Museum Anthropology (2018-2019)
by Wiley Publishing.
Public Writing & Outreach
2021 (Facilitator) “Policing Academia: A Teach-In” (Virtual event sponsored by York University & Aruna Global South). July 7 &9.
2020 (Guest Speaker) “Guided Dialogue on Racism and Privilege: Politics of Allyship” (Webinar). Hosted by the University of Colorado Boulder’s Anthropology Graduate Student Association (AGSA), OLA Colorado (Observatorio de Las Américas), and the University of Colorado Boulder’s United Government of Graduate Students (UGGS). June 19. Recording available.