Most of the writing I’ve done in the last few years has been here on the site, but here’s a mostly-complete list of the rest…
- My essay “Community and Social Media” appeared in the just-published Routledge Social Media Handbook.
- An essay on the coercion of testimony from rape and domestic violence survivors appeared at the website RH Reality Check.
- 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 appeared in the 2012 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. 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. I’ve revised and updated it pretty regularly over the years, and the most recent version is available online here.
- The essay “NSA and Post-War Student Activism Before 1960″ appeared 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” appeared 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.