Playing the Numbers: Gambling in Harlem Between the Wars (with Shane White, Stephen Garton & Graham White) [Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2010]
Crimes Against Children: Sexual Violence and Legal Culture in New York City, 1880-1960 [Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2005]
Journal of the History of Sexuality 17, 1 (January 2008)
Law and Social Inquiry 32, 4 (December 2007) [Review Essay]
Journal of Contemporary History 42, 4 (October 2007)[Review Essay]
Law and History Review 25, 3 (Fall 2007)
The Historian 69,2 (Summer 2007)
Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 38, 1 (2007)
American Historical Review, 112, 2 (April 2007)
History of Education Quarterly 46 , 4 (Winter 2006)
Journal of Social History 40, 1 (Fall 2006)
Querelles-Net 19 (July 2006)— in German
Australasian Journal of American Studies 25, 1 (July 2006)
Journal of American History 92, 4 (March 2006)
American Journal of Legal History 48 (January 2006)
…Chapters in Books
|(with Lincoln Mullen) “Navigating through Narrative,” in Making Deep Maps: Foundations, Approaches, and Methods, ed David Bodenhamer, John Corrigan, and Trevor Harris (Indiana University Press, forthcoming 2019).|
|“The Pinkertons and the Paperwork of Surveillance: Reporting Private Investigation in the United States, 1865-1940,” in Private Security and Modern States: Historical and Comparative Perspectives, ed David Churchill, Dolores Janiewski and Pieter Leloup (Routledge, forthcoming 2019)|
|“Digital Humanities,” Oxford Handbook of Law and the Humanities ed Simon Stern, Bernadette Meyler, and Maksymilian Del Mar (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2019).|
|“Constrained but not contained: Patterns of everyday life and the limits of segregation in 1920s Harlem,” The Ghetto in Global History: 1500 to the Present, ed Wendy Z. Goldman and Joe William Trotter, Jr. (Routledge, 2017) (final version of author’s manuscript)|
|“The Differences between Digital Humanities and Digital History,” Debates in the Digital Humanities 2016, ed Matt Gold and Lauren Klein (University of Minnesota Press, 2016), 289-307 (online)|
|“Putting Harlem on the Map,” in Writing History in the Digital Age, ed Kristen Nawrotzki and Jack Dougherty (University of Michigan Press, 2013) online | (2012 version) online|
|(with Shane White, Stephen Garton and Graham White)”The Black Eagle of Harlem,” in Beyond Blackface: African Americans and the Advent of American Mass Culture, 1890-1930, ed W. Fitzhugh Brundage (University of North Carolina Press, 2011)|
- *Winner of the American Historical Association’s Roy Rosenzweig Prize for Innovation in Digital History, 2010
- *Winner of the American Library Association’s ABC-CLIO Online History Award, 2010
Part of the Black Metropolis project, Digital Harlem employs digital technology to integrate a range of sources – the case files of the Manhattan District Attorney, probation files, prison records, undercover investigations, social surveys, census schedules and the two major newspapers published in Harlem, The New York Age and The Amsterdam News – and to map that data, making it possible to visualize and explore the spatial dimensions of everyday life in Harlem.
The Digital Harlem Blog provides updates, news and feedback, and a detailed guide to how to use the site.
“Digital History and Argument Whitepaper,” (November 13, 2017) (Arguing with Digital History working group; primary co-author with Lincoln Mullen)
Tropy 1.0: Research Photo Management (with Sean Takats, Abby Mullen, Sylvester Keil, Johannes Krtek, and Kirill Stytsenko)
Graffiti Soldiers: Civil War Soldiers & Graffiti (2014-2019)
Alex Goodall, Loyalty and Liberty: American Countersubversion from World War I to the McCarthy Era, American Historical Review 120, (February 2015): 275-276
Susan Pearson, The Rights of the Defenceless: Protecting Animals and Children in Gilded Age America, American Historical Review 117, 2 (April 2012): 531-2.
Marc Stein, Sexual Injustice: Supreme Court Decision from Griswold to Roe, American Historical Review 116, 3 (June 2011): 838-39
Regina Kunzel, Criminal Intimacy: Prison and the Uneven History of Modern Sexuality, Journal of American History 96, 1 (June 2009): 128.
Crista DeLuzio, Female Adolescence in American Scientific Thought, 1830-1930, Journal of American Studies 43 (April 2009)
“Prostitutes, Runaway Wives, Working Women, Charity Girls, Courting Couples, Spitting Women, Boastful Husbands, Pimps, and Johns,” Journal of Women’s History, 20, 1 (Spring 2008): 247-57 [Review Essay]
Marcy Sacks , Before Harlem: The Black Experience in New York City, Australasian Journal of American Studies 26, 1 (July 2007): 78-80
Jennifer Trost, Gateway to Justice: The Juvenile Court and Progressive Child Welfare in a Southern City, Journal of Social History 40, 3 (Spring 2007): 772-74.
“Don’t Box Me In,” Reviews in American History 33, 4 (2005): 539-44 [Review Essay]
Angus McLaren, Sexual Blackmail: A Modern History, Journal of American History, 91, 1 (June 2004): 281-82.
“A Tale of Two Sexual Revolutions,” Australasian Journal of American Studies 21, 1 (July 2002): 98-110 [Review Essay].
Melvyn Dubofsky, Hard Work: The Making of Labor History and Janet Irons, Testing the New Deal: The General Textile Strike of 1934 in the American South, Labour History 82 (May 2002): 181-83.
“Web Review: www.NZHistory.net.nz,” New Zealand Historical Association Newsletter (December 1999-June 2000): 31-33.
Sex, Power and Justice: Historical Perspectives on Law in Australia , ed. Diane Kirkby (Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1996), Law and History Review, 17, 3 (Fall 1999): 628-30
(with Kimberlee Gunning) Report on the Ninth Berkshire Conference on the History of Women, International Labor and Working Class History, 45 (Spring 1994): 139-41