Here is a listing of my publications. Click on the pictures for links to the article and/or information on ordering a copy.

Reddick, R. J. (2015). Of feral faculty and magisterial Mowglis: The domestication of junior faculty. In C. S. Turner (Ed.). Mentoring as transformative practice: Supporting student and faculty diversity, New Directions for Higher Education, 171, 43-51. DOI: 10.1002/he NDHE
Lu, C., Reddick, R. J., Dean, D., & Pecero, V. (2015). Coloring up study abroad: Exploring Black students’ decision to study in China. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 52(4), 440-451. DOI: 10.1080/19496591.2015.1050032 JSARP
Reddick, R. J. & Pritchett, K. O. (2015). “I don’t want to work in a world of Whiteness:” White faculty and their developmental relationships with Black students. Journal of the Professoriate, 8(1), 54-84. JOTP
Reddick, R. J. (2014). Sankofa: A narrative of a native son’s scholarly homecoming. Journal of African American Males in Education, 5(2), 150-166.


Reddick, R. J., Bukoski, B. E., Smith, S. L., & Wasielewski, M. V. (2014). A hole in the soul of Austin: Black faculty community engagement experiences in a creative class city. Journal of Negro Education, 83(1), 61-76. JNE
Reddick, R. J. & Sáenz, V. B. (2012). Coming home: Hermanos académicos reflect on paths and present realities at their home institution. Harvard Educational Review, 82(3), 353-380. HER
Reddick, R. J., & Vasquez Heilig, J. (2012, Summer). The current and dire state of African American male crime and education in the Central Southwest: Are mentoring constellations a promising strategy? Journal of African American Males in Education, 3(1), 29-46.


Reddick, R. J. (2012). Male faculty mentors in Black and White. International Journal of Mentoring and Coaching in Education, 1(1), 1-33. IJMCE

Reddick, R. J., Griffin, K. A., Cherwitz, R. A., Cérda-Pražák, A. A., & Bunch, N. (2012). What you get when you give: How graduate students benefit from serving as mentors. Journal of Faculty Development, 26(1), 37-49

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Reddick, R. J., Rochlen, A. B., Grasso, J. R., Reilly, E. R., & Spikes, D. R. (2012). Academic fathers pursuing tenure: A qualitative study of work-family conflict, coping strategies, and departmental culture. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 13(1), 1-15. doi: 10.1037/a0023206 

Reddick, R. J. (2011). Intersecting identities: Mentoring contributions and challenges for Black faculty mentoring Black undergraduates. Mentoring & Tutoring, 19(3), 319-346.

Reddick, R. J., Griffin, K. A., & Cherwitz, R. A. (2011). Answering President Obama's call for mentoring: It's not just for mentees anymore. Planning for Higher Education, 39(4), 59-65.

Reddick, R. J., Welton, A. D., Alsandor, D. J., Denyszyn, J. L., & Platt, C. S. (2011). Stories of success: High minority, high poverty public school graduate narratives on accessing higher education. Journal of Advanced Academics, 22(4), 594-618. doi: 10.1177/1932202X11414133
Griffin, K. A., & Reddick, R. J. (2011). Surveillance and sacrifice: Gender differences in the mentoring patterns of Black professors at predominantly White research universities. American Educational Research Journal, 48(5), 1032-1057. doi: 10.3102/0002831211405025. 

Heilig, J. V., Reddick, R. J., Hamilton, C., Dietz, L., & Rodriguez, C. (2011). Actuating equity?: Historical and contemporary analyses of African American access to selective higher education from Sweatt to the Top 10% law. Harvard Journal of African American Public Policy. 

Willie, C. V. & Reddick, R. J. (2010). A new look at Black families (6th ed.). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

Reddick, R. J. (2009). Morehouse College. In K. Lomotey (Ed.), Encyclopedia of African American education (pp. 455-459). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE. [Invited submission]

Reddick, R. J. (2009). Fostering cross-racial mentoring: White faculty and African American students at Harvard College. In S. Sánchez-Casal and A. Macdonald (Eds.), Identity in education (pp. 65-102). New York: Palgrave Macmillan. [Invited submission]

Reddick, R. J. (2008). How higher education can support and enhance diversity efforts for students. In R.H. Milner (Ed.), Possibilities of diversity: A guide for practitioners (pp. 173-190). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas Publishers. [Invited submission]

Heilig, J. V. & Reddick, R. J. (2008 August 13). Perspectives: Black males in the educational pipeline. Diverse Issues in Higher Education. [Invited submission]

Willie, C. V., Reddick, R. J., & Brown, R. (2006). The Black college mystique. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

Reddick, R. J. (2006). The gift that keeps giving: Historically Black college and university-educated scholars and their mentoring at predominantly White institutions. Educational Foundations, Winter-Spring 2006, 59-82. [Peer reviewed]

Carter, D. J., Flores, S. M., & Reddick, R. J. (Eds.). (2005). Legacies of Brown: Multiracial equity in American education. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.

Reddick, R. J. (2005). Advancing democracy: African Americans and the struggle for access and equity in higher education in Texas by Amilcar Shabazz (Editor’s review). Harvard Educational Review, 75(2), 222-231. [Peer reviewed]

Whitla, D. K., Tuitt, F. A., Howard, C., Reddick, R. J., & Flanagan, E. (2005). Diversity on campus: Exemplary programs for retaining and supporting students of color. In G. Orfield, P. Marin, & C. Horn (Eds.), Higher education and the color line: College access, racial equity, and social change (pp. 131-152). Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.

Willie, C. V. & Reddick, R. J. (2003). A new look at Black families (5th ed.). Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira Press.