Kellermann's Kollectionn of:
Last Updated 10/12/97

  1. Abelmann, Nancy, & Lie, John. (1995). Blue Dreams: Korean Americans and the Los Angeles Riots. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

  2. Baldassare, Mark. (Ed.). (1995). The Los Angeles Riots: Lessons for the Urban Future. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

  3. Bornstein, Jerry. (1993). Police Brutality: A National Debate. Hillside, NJ: Enslow Pub.

  4. Cannon, Lou. (1997). Official Negligence: How Rodney King and the Riots Changed Los Angeles and the L.A.P.D. New York: Random House. [expected November 1997]

  5. Castuera, Ignacio. (Ed.). (1992). Dreams on Fire, Embers of Hope: From the Pulpits of Los Angeles After the Riots. St. Louis, MO: Chalice Press.

  6. D'Agostino, Peter, & Tafler, David. (Eds.). Transmission: Toward a Post-Television Culture (2nd ed.). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

  7. Deitz, Robert. (1996). Willful Injustice: A Post-O.J. Look at Rodney King, American Justice, and Trial by Race. Washington, D.C.: Regnery.

  8. Delk, James D. (1994). Fires & Furies. The L.A. Riots: What Really Happened. ----: Etc. Pubs.

  9. Ferguson, Elaine R. (1995). Echoes of Mercy, Whispers of Love. Chicago, IL: Lavonne Press.

  10. Gale, Dennis E. (1996). Understanding Urban Unrest: From Reverend King to Rodney King. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Pubs.

  11. Gates, Daryl F. (with Diane K. Shah). (1993). Chief: My Life in the LAPD. New York: Bantam.

  12. Geller, Laurence H., & Hemenway, Peter. (1997). Last Chance for Justice: The Juror's Lonely Quest. Dallas, TX: NCDS Press.

  13. Georges, Kathi, & Joseph, Jennifer. (1992). The Verdict Is In. San Francisco, CA: Manic D Press.

  14. Gibbs, Jewelle Taylor. (1996). Race and Justice: Rodney King and O.J. Simpson in a House Divided. ----: Jossey-Bass.

  15. Gooding-Williams, Robert. (Ed.). (1993). Reading Rodney King: Reading Urban Uprising. New York: Routledge.

  16. Haarsager, Sandra. (1992, August 7). The Rodney King Tape And The Viewer's Role In The Rituals Of TV News, Seeing Was Believing. Presented to Qualitative Studies Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Montreal, Canada.

  17. Hall, Allan. (1993). Murder and Madness. Leicester, UK: Blitz Editions.

  18. Hamilton, Sue L., & Hamilton, John. (Eds.). (1992). Los Angeles Riots: The Day of the Disaster. ----: Abdo & Daughters Press.

  19. Hunt, Darnell M. (1997). Screening the Los Angeles "Riots": Race, Seeing, and Resistance. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

  20. Jacobs, Ronald Neil. (1996). Civil Society, Discourse, and Crisis: Race and the Media, From Watts to Rodney King. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, UCLA.

  21. Khalifah, H. Khalif. (Ed.). (1992). Rodney King and the L.A. Rebellion: Analysis and Commentary by 13 Independent Black Writers. Hampton, VA: United Brothers & Sisters Communications Systems.

  22. Knight, Alfred H. (1996). The Life of the Law: The People and Cases That Have Shaped Our Society From King Alfred to Rodney King. New York: Crown Pub.

  23. Koon, Stacey C. (with Robert Dietz). (1992). Presumed Guilty: The Tragedy of the Rodney King Affair. Washington, D.C.: Regnery Pub.

  24. Lee, Kip. (1996). Eon: Evolution and Opinions of a Newjack. Beachwood, --: Aframedia Press.

  25. Los Angeles Times Staff. (1992). Understanding the Riots: Los Angeles Before and After the Rodney King Case. Los Angeles, CA: Los Angeles Time Syndicate.

  26. Madhubuti, Haki R. (Ed.). (1993). Why L.A. Happened: Implications of the '92 Los Angeles Rebellion. ----: Third World Press.

  27. Mitchum, William. (199?). How to Exorcise or Delete Race Riots and Rodney King Beatings. North Hollywood, CA: Para-Book-Press.

  28. Morris, Terry. (1993). No Justice No Peace: From Emmett Till to Rodney King. Brooklyn, NY: Africentric Productions.

  29. Ogletree, Charles J. (Ed.). (1995). Beyond the Rodney King Story: An Investigation of Police Conduct in Minority Communities. ----: Northeastern University Press.

  30. Owens, Tom, & Browning, Rod. (1994). Lying Eyes: The Shocking Truth Behind the Corruption and Brutality of the LAPD and the Beating of Rodney King. New York: Thunder's Mouth Press.

  31. Salak, John. (1993). The Los Angeles Riots: America's Cities in Crisis. ----: Millbrook Press.

  32. Skolnick, Jerome H., & Fyfe, James J. (1994). Above the Law: Police and the Excessive Use of Force. New York: Free Press.

  33. Wall, Brenda. (1992). The Rodney King Rebellion: A Psychopolitical Analysis of Racial Despair and Hope. Chicago, IL: African American Images.

  34. Williams, Greg Alan. (1996). A Gathering of Heroes: A Personal Memoir of the Los Angeles Riots. ----: Academy Chicago Pub.

  35. Wreden, Carissa. (1993). The Editorial Trial of Rodney King. Unpublished Bachelor's Thesis, California Polytechnic State University.

  36. Wynn, Mychal. (1993). Enough is Enough: The Explosion in Los Angeles, America Receives a Wake-Up Call. Marietta, GA: Rising Sun Pub.

  37. ----. (1992). The Rodney King Verdict and the Central Los Angeles Aftermath: Statements from the United States Congress. Washington, D.C.: Black Congressional Monitor.

  38. ----. (1994). We Can All Get Along IF. Urbana, IL: Tales Press.

  39. ----. (1993). Beating Trials Verdicts For Justice Or Peace? Nightline, Oct. 21, 1993. ----: MPI Home Video. (Video, 22 min.)

  40. ----. (1992). Moment of Crisis: Anatomy of a Riot. ABC News Nightline. Oak Forest, IL: MPI Home Video. (VHS, 47 mins.)

  41. ----. (1992). The Rodney King Case: What the Jury Saw. CourtTV. [S.l.]: MPI Home Video. [VHS Video, 116 mins.]

  42. ----. (1992). LA Law: The King Trial. Sydney, AU: A.B.C. (Video, 46 min.)

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