A Black Woman’s Journey from Cotton Picking to College Professor:  Lessons about Race, Class, and Gender in America (Peter Lang, 2018)

Reflections on Race, Culture and Gender in Cuba (Peter Lang, 2017)

Journeys of Social Justice:  Women of Color Presidents in the Academy (Peter Lang, 2017)

Critical Race, Feminism, and Education:  A Social Justice Model (Palgrave, 2010)

DOCTORAL THESIS TITLE:

Dissertation topic:  “Where are the Black Girls?: The Marginalization of Black Females in the Single-Sex School Debate in Detroit”, Vanderbilt University

BOOKS AUTHORED

Pratt-Clarke, Menah.  (2018). A Black Woman’s Journey from Cotton Picking to College Professor:  Lessons about race, gender, and class in America.  New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing.

Pratt-Clarke, Menah and Maes, Johanna.  (Peter Lang, 2017). Journeys of Social Justice:  Women of Color Presidents in the Academy. New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing.

Brown, Venessa and Pratt-Clarke, Menah. (2017).  Reflections on Race, Culture, and Gender in Cuba.  New York, NY:  Peter Lang Publishing.

Pratt-Clarke, Menah.  2010. Critical Race, Feminism, and Education:  A Social Justice Model. New York: Palgrave MacMillan. Postcolonial Studies in Education Series.

Pratt, Mildred and Menah Pratt. 2002.   A Tribute to Love:  Forty-Six Personal Love Stories of Romance and Marriage.  Bloomington, IL: Heartland Publishing.

 CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

Pratt-Clarke, Menah.  (2014). Racial (and Gender) Battle Fatigue: The Transdisciplinary Applied Social Justice Approach.  In K. Fasching-Varner and K. Albert (Eds.), But You Can’t Take Our Souls: Racial Battle Fatigue in Higher Education.  Lanham, Maryland:  Rowman and Littlefield.

Pratt-Clarke, Menah.  (2013). Higher education leadership: The path of a Black critical race feminist. In C. Chaney and D. Davis (Eds.), Black women in leadership: Their historical and contemporary contributions.  New York: Peter Lang.

Pratt-Clarke, Menah. (2013). Doing Sociology.  In K. Korgen, J. White, & S. White (Eds.), Sociologists in action:  Sociology, social change and social justice.  2nd edition. Newbury Park, California: Pine Forge/Sage.

ARTICLES IN JOURNALS

Pratt-Clarke, Menah.  A Critical Race Feminist Autoethnography:   A Narrative about the Academy, a Father, a Daughter, and a Search for Love. Journal of Colorism Studies.  (submitted).

Pratt-Clarke, Menah.  A Black Woman’s Search for the Transdisciplinary Applied Social Justice model: Encounters with Critical Race Feminism, Black Feminism, and Africana Studies.  Journal of Pan African Studies. Vol. 5:1, 83-102 (2012).

Pratt-Clarke, Menah.  A Radical Reconstruction of Resistance Strategies:  Black Girls and Black Women Reclaiming Our Power Using Transdisciplinary Applied Social Justice©, Ma’at, and Rites of Passage.  Journal of African American Studies: Special Edition on Black Women and Girls.  First published online on May 17, 2012. DOI: 10.1007/s12111-012-9221-6.

Pratt-Clarke, Menah.  Transdisciplinary Applied Social Justice and Africana Sociology:  Intersections and connections.  Critical Sociology: Special Edition on Africana Sociology. First published online on June 11, 2012 as doi:10.1177/0896920512443140.

Pratt, Menah.  “Racial Bias in the Juvenile Justice System in the United States.” The Journal of Intergroup Relations, Vol. XX, No. 3, Fall 1993.