* Interviewed in “History Professor Manisha Sinha Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship,” By Kimberly Phillips, UConn Today, May 10, 2022

* Interview, UConn podcast, Episode 71

* “No, Kanye That’s Not How It Happened: Manisha Sinha’s History Lessons Tell The Truth about Slavery in the United States,” UConn Magazine 
“UConn in the Media” in UConn Magazine, Summer 2018
* “Recasting the Confederacy: Monuments and Civil War Memory, Lecture to be Held on Monday,” by Kimberly Nguyen, The Daily Campus November 6, 2017
* “Panel on Confederate Monuments Discuss Removal, Historical Context,” by Kim Nguyen & Evan Burns, The Daily Campus, November 7, 2017
* “You Should,” Humanities Institute, UConn, October 13, 2017
* “Our Monuments to Inequality,” By Christine Buckley, UConn Today, October 4, 2017,
* “CLAS Invests Three New Endowed Professors,” UConn Today, April 6, 2017
* Interviewed in “The Fool Proof Recruiting Tool: Why Endowed Chairs often Succeed in Luring Faculty of Talent,” by Audrey Williams June in The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 13, 2016
* “Dr. Manisha Sinha Points Perception of the Abolitionist Movement in Another Direction,” Diverse Issues in Higher Education May 27, 2016
* “UConn Professor Got Death Threats for Trump Commentary on CNN,” By David Collins, The Day August 7, 2018
* Quoted in “For Historians, the Business of Studying Monuments like UNC’s Silent Sam Takes a Toll,” By Emma Pettit in The Chronicle of Higher Education August 21, 2018
* “Eminent Scholar of American History Manisha Sinha Faces Death Threats,” By Suman Guha Mozumdar, India Abroad August 2, 2018
* “Manisha Sinha got Death Threats after Comparing Donald Trump to Andrew Johnson,” by Rick Shenkman, History News Network, July 30, 2018
* “UConn Professor Wins the 17th Annual Frederick Douglass Prize,” Yale News, November 7, 2017
* “Manisha Sinha among Ten Nominees for the National Book Award,” India West, October 4, 2016