Primary Source Sets for Digital Public Library of America: Victorian Era / Mormon MigrationÂ (2017-2018)
“Historical Roundtable: Studying Religion and Media,” with John P. Ferre, Peter G. Horsfield, and Mark Silk. Historiography in Mass Communication 2017. Nov 3 (5): 35-47.
“Massive Resistance Revisited: Race and School Closure in Warren County, Virginia, 1958-1962,” Conference Paper for New England Historical Association, April 2016.
“Performing Trek: Becoming ‘Pioneer Children’ in the Digital Age,” Mormon History Association, 6/10/2015
“Historical Digital Literacy, One Classroom at a Time,” Journal of American History, March 2015 101 (4): 1192-1203.
“State of the Digital Union,” for Simmons College Graduate program in History and Archives Management, 2/11/2015
“When Radio Ruled: the Social Life of Sound,” Review Essay inÂ American QuarterlyÂ (June 2014) 66 (2): 465-476.
“Taking the Wrong Side: Massive Resistance and the Moral Universe of History,” Conference paper for American Studies Association, November 2013.
“The Future of Books, The Future of Libraries,” for Worcester Art Museum ReDesign: Libraries Event, 5/3/2013 (blog post with linked footnotes)
“Troubleshooting the Wayback Machine: When Radio Goes Online,” Conference paper for the Society for Cinema and Media Studies, March 2012.
â€œThe Changing Face of America and the Most Important Law You’ve Never Heard Of,â€ for Worcester Humanities Scholars Collaborative, 4/6/2011 (slides and links)
“On the Wrong Side of History? Taking Sides in School Desegregation, 1954-1976,” for Worcester Humanities Scholars Collaborative, 4/7/2010 (slides and links)