His current monograph Slaves Without Wages: Runaway Black Slaves and Servants in Eighteenth-Century London is under contract with Peter Lang Oxford Press for the series Imagining Black Europe.
Dr. Frazier served as co-editor of a monograph Topics in African Diaspora, published in 2016 by Kendall Hunt Press. Professor Frazier was a Duke University Mellon Foundation-Franklin Humanities Institute Digital Humanities Initiative Fellow for the 2017-2018 academic year. In 2021, Dr. Frazier received a fellowship as a Summer Fellow for the New Storytellers at The Research Institute Digital Ethnic Studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. As part of the summer fellowship, Dr. Frazier will develop a digital history project about the Amistad revolt led by Cinque.
Dr. Frazier has several ongoing digital history projects, including a project that examines the travels of Dr. James E. Shepard, the founder of North Carolina Central University.