Selected Titles

“Interchange: Globalization and its Limits between the American Revolution and the Civil War.” Invited forum contribution, Journal of American History, 103.2 (Sept 2016), 400-433. (JAH Interchange on Early Globalization September 2016)

Finding Otira: On the Geopolitics of Black Celebrity, Raritan (Fall 2014), 84-111. 2013 (pdf)

“William Henry Lane (‘Master Juba’),” Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (September 2013 release). (link)

“The Kids Are All Right: On the ‘Turning’ of Cultural History,” American Historical Review, 117.3 (June 2012), 746-771. (pdf)

“Twelve Propositions for a History of U.S. Cultural History” (with Lawrence Glickman), The Cultural Turn in U.S. History (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2008), 3-57. (pdf)

“The Return of the Culture Industry” The Cultural Turn in U.S. History, 291-317. (pdf)

“Seeing the Visual in U.S. History” Journal of American History, 95.2 (September 2008), 432-441. (pdf)

“Antebellum Cultural History” Karen Halttunen, ed., The Blackwell Companion to American Cultural History (New York: Blackwell, 2008), 65-78. (pdf)

“Master Juba, The King of All Dancers!” A Fugitive Story from the Dawn of the Transatlantic Culture Industry,” Discourses in Dance, Volume 3, No. 2 (2006), 6-20. (pdf)

“Dancing Across the Color Line: A Story of Markets and Mixtures From New York’s Five Points,” Common-place, 4.1 (October 2003). (link)


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