Category Archives: Article

“Searching for Anglo-American Digital Legal History” published

My article “Searching for Anglo-American Digital Legal History,” has been published in Law and History Review 34, 4 (November 2016), a special issue on digital legal history. ABSTRACT As the fields of digital humanities and digital history have grown in scale and visibility

“Searching for Anglo-American Digital Legal History” published

My article “Searching for Anglo-American Digital Legal History,” has been published in Law and History Review 34, 4 (November 2016), a special issue on digital legal history. ABSTRACT As the fields of digital humanities and digital history have grown in scale and visibility

The Differences between Digital Humanities and Digital History (DDH2016)

My chapter, “The Differences between Digital Humanities and Digital History,” has appeared in Debates in Digital Humanities 2016, expertly edited by Lauren Klein and Matt Gold (available in print and an open access online edition). The chapter is a revised and

The Differences between Digital Humanities and Digital History (DDH2016)

My chapter, “The Differences between Digital Humanities and Digital History,” has appeared in Debates in Digital Humanities 2016, expertly edited by Lauren Klein and Matt Gold (available in print and an open access online edition). The chapter is a revised and

Reviewing Digital History: An Exchange on Digital Harlem in the American Historical Review

The February 2016 issue of the American Historical Review includes an extended review of Digital Harlem — “Harlem Crime, Soapbox Speeches, and Beauty Parlors: Digital Historical Context and the Challenge of Preserving Source Integrity,” by Joshua Sternfeld, and my response, “Digital Mapping as

Reviewing Digital History: An Exchange on Digital Harlem in the American Historical Review

The February 2016 issue of the American Historical Review includes an extended review of Digital Harlem — “Harlem Crime, Soapbox Speeches, and Beauty Parlors: Digital Historical Context and the Challenge of Preserving Source Integrity,” by Joshua Sternfeld, and my response, “Digital Mapping as

“Putting Harlem on the Map” Published – Again

The print version of “Putting Harlem on the Map” has recently been published by the University of Michigan Press in the collection Writing History in the Digital Age. An online copy is also available for free from the publisher here. The

“Putting Harlem on the Map” Published – Again

The print version of “Putting Harlem on the Map” has recently been published by the University of Michigan Press in the collection Writing History in the Digital Age. An online copy is also available for free from the publisher here. The

“Harlem in Black & White” now out in Journal of Urban History

My article, “Harlem in Black and White: Mapping Race and Place in the 1920s,” has appeared in the Journal of Urban History, vol. 39, no. 5, September 2013, pages 864-880. (Accepted November 2011) Abstract In the 1920s, as Harlem emerged

“Harlem in Black & White” now out in Journal of Urban History

My article, “Harlem in Black and White: Mapping Race and Place in the 1920s,” has appeared in the Journal of Urban History, vol. 39, no. 5, September 2013, pages 864-880. (Accepted November 2011) Abstract In the 1920s, as Harlem emerged

“The Company’s Voice in the Workplace” – now published

My article, “The Company’s Voice in the Workplace: Labor Spies, Propaganda and Personnel Management, 1918-1920,” has now appeared in the Fall 2013 issue of Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas, vol 10, no 3, 57-79 (Submitted June 2010;

“The Company’s Voice in the Workplace” – now published

My article, “The Company’s Voice in the Workplace: Labor Spies, Propaganda and Personnel Management, 1918-1920,” has now appeared in the Fall 2013 issue of Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas, vol 10, no 3, 57-79 (Submitted June 2010;

Disorderly Houses

“Disorderly Houses: Residences, Privacy, and the Surveillance of Sexuality in 1920s Harlem,” Journal of the History of Sexuality 21, 3 (September 2012): 443-466 (Submitted January 2010; accepted January 2011) The article argues that despite overcrowding, Harlem’s residences  provided privacy, due

Disorderly Houses

“Disorderly Houses: Residences, Privacy, and the Surveillance of Sexuality in 1920s Harlem,” Journal of the History of Sexuality 21, 3 (September 2012): 443-466 (Submitted January 2010; accepted January 2011) The article argues that despite overcrowding, Harlem’s residences  provided privacy, due

The Company’s Voice in the Workplace

“The Company’s Voice in the Workplace: Labor Spies, Propaganda and Personnel Management, 1918-1920,” Labor: Studies in the Working-Class History of the Americas (forthcoming) | More Publications

The Company’s Voice in the Workplace

“The Company’s Voice in the Workplace: Labor Spies, Propaganda and Personnel Management, 1918-1920,” Labor: Studies in the Working-Class History of the Americas (forthcoming) | More Publications