Most of the writing I’ve done in the last few years has been here on the site, but I do occasionally slap something together for other folks. Here’s a mostly-complete list…
- I contributed an essay to a Boston Review roundtable on the 50th anniversary of the Port Huron Statement.
- The blogpost What I Saw at #OccupyWallStreet Last Night, and What I Saw When I Left appears in the anthology Dreaming in Public: Building the Occupy Movement.
- My doctoral dissertation, “The United States National Student Association: Democracy, Activism, and the Idea of the Student, 1947-1978,” can be downloaded here in PDF form. Since it’s more than five hundred pages long, you may find this extended table of contents useful as well. If you need a non-PDF version of either of these documents for accessibility reasons, I’d be more than happy to provide one.
- When I was still an undergrad I wrote a short history of the United States Student Association for distribution to USSA members at conferences. The most recent version of that essay is available online here.
- The essay “NSA and Post-War Student Activism Before 1960″ appears in the anthology American Students Organize: Founding the National Student Association After World War II.
- The essay The Teaching of American History in a Time of National Crisis, an assessment of a national survey of college students’ historical knowledge, appeared in the Radical History Review, issue 85.
- The article “Questions of Communism and Anticommunism in Twentieth-Century American Student Activism” appeared in Peace and Change: A Journal of Peace Research, vol 26 no 3.
- The article “Student Activism in the United States Before 1960: An Overview” appears in the anthology Student Protest: The Sixties and After.
Note: A few people have asked about scholarly work I’ve presented at academic conferences. None of those papers are online at the moment, but I’d be happy to share them by email.