Magazines & Journals
The American Mercury
Nina Mermey. “Not By Riot Alone” from The American Mercury. June 1954.
The Antioch Review
Daniel Bell. “Crime as an American Way of Life” from The Antioch Review. Vol. 13. No. 2. Summer 1953. [Yellow Springs, OH]. Accessed via JSTOR on October 10th, 2014.
Asjylyn Loder. “Gone With The Boom.” & Bryan Gurley, Joe Carroll, and Asjylyn Loder. “The Incredible Rise and Final Hours of Aubrey McClendon.” March 14th – March 20th, 2016. [New York]: Bloomberg L.P.
California Law Review
Herman C. Spector. “A Prison Librarian Looks At Writ Writing.” California Law Review. Vol. 56, Issue 2, Article 5. April, 1968. [Berkley, California].
Chronicles Of Oklahoma
Bob L. Blackburn. “Law Enforcement in Transition: From Decentralized County Sheriffs to the Highway Patrol.” Chronicles Of Oklahoma. Vol. LVI, No. 2. Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Historical Society, Summer 1978.
Kent Carter. “Dawes Commission.” Chronicles of Oklahoma. Vol. LXIX, No. 2. Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Historical Society, Summer 1991.
Loren Gatch. “‘This is Not United States Currency’ – Oklahoma’s Emergency Scrip Issues during the Banking Crisis of 1933.” Chronicles Of Oklahoma. Vol. LXXXII, No. 2. Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Historical Society, Summer 2004.
Philip A. Grant, Jr. “Oklahoma’s Rising Star – The Election of Mike Monroney to the United States Senate.” Chronicles Of Oklahoma. Vol. LXXX, No. 2. Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Historical Society, Summer 2002.
Mary Gaye LeBoeuf. “Nix vs. Jones.” Chronicles of Oklahoma. Vol. LXIX, No. 2. Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Historical Society, Summer 1991.
Matthew G. McCoy. “Dark Spot on the Sunbelt: Economic Stagnation and Political Corruption in 1950s Oklahoma.” Chronicles Of Oklahoma. Vol. LXXXV, No. 2. Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Historical Society, Summer 2007.
L.G. Moses. “James Mooney and the Peyote Controversy.” Chronicles Of Oklahoma. Vol. LVI, No. 2. Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Historical Society, Summer 1978.
Velma Nieberding. “Shawnee Indian Festival.” Chronicles Of Oklahoma. Vol. XLII, No. 3. Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Historical Society, Autumn 1964.
Carol K. Rachlin. “Native American Indian Church in Oklahoma.” Chronicles Of Oklahoma. Vol. XLII, No. 3. Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Historical Society, Autumn 1964.
Jack Anthony Reavis. “Rex Brinlee: The Man And His Escape.” Chronicles Of Oklahoma. Vol. XCI, No. 2. Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Historical Society, Summer 2013.
Howard F. Stein. “Boom and Bust in the Cultural Psychology of Oklahoma: An Interpretative Essay.” Chronicles of Oklahoma. Vol. LXXXVIII. No. 1. Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Historical Society, Spring 2010.
Paul S. Vickery. “From Tramp Reporting to Pulitzer Prize: Enid’s Own Marquis James.” Chronicles of Oklahoma. Vol. LXXXI. No. 3. Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Historical Society, Fall 2003.
Global Tapestry Journal
William S. Burroughs (Interview with). Global Tapestry Journal. Homage to Kenneth Patchen, Issue #1. Blackburn, Lancashire: Spring Bank Press, 1972.
Indiana Law Journal
Amos E. Reed. “Gault and the Juvenile Training School.” Indiana Law Journal. Vol. 43. Issue 3. Article 7. Spring 1968. Maurer School of Law. Bloomington, IN. Accessed via: <http://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/ilj/vol43/iss3/7>
Indiana Law Review
Sharona Hoffman. “Beneficial and Unusual Punishment: An Argument In Support of Prisoner Participation in Clinical Trials.” Indian Law Review. Vol. 33:475, 2000.
The Jewelers’ Circular, “St. Louis” p. 138, Vol. 80, No. 2, June 16, 1920
Journal of American Folklore
Kent L. Steckmesser. “Robin Hood and the American Outlaw.” Journal of American Folklore. Vol. 79. No. 312. Austin, TX: American Folklore Society/University of Texas Press, April – June 1966.
Journal of Contemporary History
Michael Harsgor. “The Annales School.” Vol. 13. No. 1. January 1978. London & Beverly Hills: Sage. Accessed via JSTOR.
Journal of Sport History
Sarah K. Fields. “Representation of Sport in the Indian School Journal, 1906 – 1913." Journal of Sport History. Volume 35. No. 2. Summer 2008.
Nikki Hessell. “Jailhouse Journalism: Leigh Hunt and the ‘Examiner’, 1813 – 1815”. Keats-Shelley Journal. Vol. 54. Keats-Shelley Association of America, Inc., 2005. Accessed via JSTOR: February 2, 2014.
Nolen Bulloch. “Rah, Rah Russia!” Liberty. Vol. 13, No. 51. December 19th, 1936. New York: Macfadden Publications, Inc.
Minneapolis Tribune: Picture Magazine
“‘Backstage’ Is 11 Floors Up.” Picture Magazine. November 3rd, 1963. [Minneapolis, MN]: Minneapolis Tribune.
“Our Swinging Night Life.” Picture Magazine. October 17th, 1965. [Minneapolis, MN]: Minneapolis Tribune.
New Directions for Community Colleges
Robert Scott. “Editor’s Notes: Bringing College Education into Prisons.” New Directions for Community Colleges. No. 170. Wiley Periodicals Inc., Summer 2005.
New York Folklore
Robert A. Gates. “Early American Anecdotes in the Commercial Advertiser.” New York Folklore. Vol. 7. No. 3 – 4. Binghamton, NY: State University of New York, Binghamton, Winter 1981.
Pool & Billiard Magazine
Pool & Billiard Magazine. Volume III, No. XII. December 1985. Roselle, Illinois.
Earl Guy. “Homecoming.” Prairie Schooner. Vol. 14. No. 1. P. 13-19. Spring 1940. University of Nebraska Press. Accessed: < http://d1vmz9r13e2j4x.cloudfront.net/NET/misc/40172369.pdf>
Allen Hornblum. “Subjected to Medical Experimentation: Pennsylvania’s Contribution to “Science” in Prisons.” Pennsylvania History. [n.d.] [pdf]
Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science for 1935
J.J. Rhyne. “Social Backgrounds of Oklahoma Prisoners.” Vol. 16 Norman: Oklahoma Academy of Science, 1936.
Publication of the American Dialect Society
Nathan Kantrowitz. “The Vocabulary of Race Relations In A Prison.” Publication of the American Dialect Society. No. 51. April 1969. [Tuscaloosa]: University of Alabama Press.
Saturday Evening Post
Milton MacKaye. “The Shame of Oklahoma.” The Saturday Evening Post. Vol. 220, No. 43. April 24th, 1948. The Curtis Publishing Company. Philadelphia, PA.
James F. Fixx. “Journalists Behind Bars” from Saturday Review. Vol. XLVI. No. 10. New York, NY: Saturday Review Inc, March 9th, 1963.
No. 49040. “Writing the Hard Way” from Saturday Review. Vol. XLVIII. No. 37. New York, NY. September 11th, 1965.
Tony Horwitz. “Hundreds of Women and Children Were Coming Towards Us, and Getting on Their Knees for Mercy.” Smithsonian Magazine. Vol. 45. No. 8. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian, December 2014.
Isabella Kellock Coulter. “A Study of Publications in National and State Penal and Correctional Institutions in the United States.” Vol. 15. No. 2. December 1936. The Williams & Wilkins Company. Accessed via: < https://academic.oup.com/sf/article-abstract/15/2/255/1993235/A-Study-of-Publications-in-National-and-State?redirectedFrom=PDF>
“Calling the Roll of Sooner Classes.” Sooner Magazine. May 1947. [Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma.]
Theory In Action
“Why Retribution Matters: Progression not Regression” by Kimberly Collica-Cox and Larry Sullivan. Theory in Action. Vol. 10. No. 2. April 2017. Fair Lawn, NJ: Transformative Studies Institute.
Michael Mason (Ed.). A Voice Was Sounding – Selections from This Land Vol. I & II. Tulsa: This Land, 2012. Compilation including: “The Nightmare of Dreamland” by Lee Roy Chapman, “Beno Hall” by Steve Gerkin, “A Conspiracy of Silence” by J. Kavin Ross, “Tigress” by Laurence J. Yadon, “South by Midwest” by Russell Cobb, “Mother Orpha” by Natasha Ball, “Of Vice and Men” by Gordon Grice, “Silkwood” by Sarah Denton, “The White Dove Review” by Joshua Kline.
This Land. Vol. 3. Issue 9. May 1st, 2012. Tulsa, OK
This Land. Vol. 5. Issue 22. November 15th, 2014. Tulsa, OK.
Herman Spector. “What Men Write In Prison.” Vol. 5. No. 4. December 1945.
Tulsa Law Review
“Overcrowding in Oklahoma’s Prisons” by James W. Tilly. Tulsa Law Review. Vol. 13, Issue 3, Article 4. 1978.
“Proof of Prior Convictions in Oklahoma: The Prima Facie Standard” by Hunt Lee Charach. Tulsa Law Review. Vol. 22. Issue 1. [Tulsa]: [University of Tulsa], 1986. Accessed via: <http://digitalcommons.law.utulsa.edu/tlr/vol22/iss1/2>
The Yale Law Journal
Joseph Goldenstein. “Police Discretion Not to Invoke the Criminal Process: Low-Visibility Decisions in the Administration of Justice.” The Yale Law Journal. Vol. 69. No. 4. New Haven: Yale Faculty Scholarship Series. March 1960.