Collaborative Research with Students.
Co-Authored Article Manuscripts
Danielle Phillips-Cunningham and Veronica Popp,“Burroughs’ Domestic Worker Organizing and the National Trade School for Women and Girls,” Forthcoming 2021.
Veronica Popp and Danielle Phillips-Cunningham, “Justice for All: A Re-Examination of Nannie Helen Burroughs’ Labor Rhetoric,” Forthcoming 2021.
Danielle Phillips-Cunningham and Frances McNeal. “Native American and African American Women in the Domestic Science Program at the Hampton Institute.” In Progress.
A TWU Creative Arts and Humanities Grant will support my research of the Nannie Helen Burroughs papers at the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. with my doctoral advisee. Our aim is to document Burroughs' historic labor initiatives in the form of a digital humanities publication.