Books & Edited Volumes 

Maurantonio, N. & David W. Park, eds. Communicating Memory & History (New York: Peter Lang, 2019).

Maurantonio, N. Confederate Exceptionalism: Civil War Myth and Memory in the Twenty-First Century (University Press of Kansas, Culture America Series, forthcoming).

Selected Publications

Maurantonio, N. (2018). Tarred by History: Memory, Materiality, and Protest. de arte, 53 (2-3): 51-69.

Stevens, L. & Maurantonio, N. (2018). Black Twitter Asks Rachel: Racial Identity Theft in `Post-Racial’ America. Howard Journal of Communications, 29 (2): 179-195.

Maurantonio, N. (2017). `Reason to Hope’?: The White Savior Myth and Progress in `Post-Racial’ America.          Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 94 (4): 1130-1145.

Maurantonio, N. (2015). Material Rhetoric, Public Memory, and the Post-It Note. Southern Communication Journal, 80 (2): 83-101. Lead Article.

Maurantonio, N. (2014). Remembering Rodney King: Myth, Racial Reconciliation, and Civil Rights History. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 91 (4): 740-755. 

Maurantonio, N. (2014). `That Photo’: Journalism and Bearing Witness to History. Western Journal of Communication, 78 (4): 500-521.

Maurantonio, N. (2014). Archiving the Visual: The Promises and Pitfalls of Digital Newspaper Archives. Media History, 20 (1): 88-102.

Maurantonio, N. (2012). Standing By: Police Paralysis, Race, and the 1964 Philadelphia Riots. Journalism History, 38 (2): 110-121.

Maurantonio, N. (2012). Entangled Webs: “Forensic Facticity” and the Construction of Police Work. The Communication Review, 15 (1): 1-20. Lead Article.  

Maurantonio, N. (2008). `Justice for Daniel Faulkner’?: History, Memory, and Police Identity. Journal of Communication Inquiry, 32 (1): 43-59.