"The March of Empire: The Californian Quest for Avocados in Early-Twentieth Century Mexico"
Global Food History 
Viridiana Hernández Fernández
October 16, 2023

"Raymond Klibansky and the Platonic Tradition from Plato’s Timaeus to Nicholas of Cusa"
IN Mystical Theology and Platonism in the Time of Cusanuspp.319-346
Michael E. Moore
September 28, 2023

"Teaching women's work and thought in undergraduate history of science courses"
History Compass
Elizabeth Yale
August 10, 2023

"Federalism and Class Struggle"
Catalyst, vol 7, no 2, p 84-107 (Summer 2023)
Colin Gordon
August 01, 2023

“A People before Useless: Ethnic Cleansing in the Wartime Hudson Valley, 1754–1763"
Early American Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, vol. 21 no. 3, p. 428-459
University of Pennsylvania Press
Tom Arne Midtrød
August 01, 2023

"Espanta Cigüeñas: Race and Abortion in the US-Mexico Borderlands"
Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society
Lina-Maria Murillo
July 1, 2023

"A View from Northern Mexico: Abortions before Roe v. Wade"
Bulletin of the History of Medicine, vol 97, no 1
Lina-Maria Murillo
May 1, 2023

"Representations of Women in the Soviet Periphery: Tartu Photography Exhibitions in the 1980s"
Picturing Russian Empire
Oxford University Press
Jessica Werneke
April 28, 2023

"Perspective on Global Innovation Networks: The Case Study of the Low German Mennonites"
Yearbook of German-American Studies, vol. 56
Samuel Boucher
April 19, 2023

"What to the ‘Other’ Is the Midwest?”
Middle West Review, 9:2, pp. 127-132
Ashley Howard
March 22, 2023

"The Logic of Capitalist Accumulation Explains Neoliberalism"
Colin Gordon
February 6, 2023

“Municipal Socialism”
The Cambridge History of Socialism Volume II
Cambridge University Press
H. Shelton Stromquist
February 1, 2023

“Women and Cyclone Carol”
Vijayalakshmi Teelock, ed. Women in the Making of Mauritian History
Moka, Mauritius: Centre for Slavery and Indenture
Robert Rouphail
January 1, 2023

“The United States in an Era of Global Revolution”
Rethinking Revolutions from 1905 to 1934: Democracy, Social Justice and National Liberation around the World
Palgrave Macmillan
H. Shelton Stromquist
December 14, 2022

“Risky Business: Health Care Before and After Trump"
Political Power and Social Theory, vol. 39
Emerald Publishing
Colin Gordon
December 12, 2022

"Violence and Disposability at the Intersection of Twin Pandemics"
Labor Studies Journal
Ashley Howard
September 21, 2022

"Containing the Multitudes: Nationalism and U.S. Foreign Policy Ideas at the Grassroots Level"
Ideology in U.S. Foreign Relations
Columbia University Press
Michaela Hoenicke Moore
August 1, 2022

"States of welfare: decentralization and its consequences in US social policy" 
Handbook on Urban Social Policies
Edward Elgar Publishing
Colin Gordon
July 22, 2022

“The State, Governance, and Regulation in Ancient Shopping"
A Cultural History of Shopping
London: Bloomsbury
Sarah E. Bond
July 14, 2022

A Just and True Return: Pennsylvania’s Surviving County Slave Registries, 1780-1826
Journal of Slavery and Data Preservation, Volume 3 Issue 1
Cory James Young
June 1, 2022

“The Anthropocene from Below: Nature and Power in Global History”
Robert Rouphail
May 1, 2022

"Fascism and Nativism"
The Cambridge History of America in the World, Vol. III
Cambridge University Press
Michaela Hoenicke Moore
March 3, 2022

"Whose Streets? Wielding Urban Revolts as Political Tools"
The Journal of African American History, vol 107 no 2
Ashley Howard
March 1, 2022

"All aboard the King George and Happy Captive: European shipnaming practices in the trans-Atlantic slave trade, 1750–1755"
International Journal of Maritime History
Rachael Pasierowska
February 11, 2022

"Zurückgeben ist nicht die einzige Lösung"
Süddeutsche Zeitung
H. Glenn Penny
January 10, 2022

Zoned Out: Creve Coeur, Malcolm Terrace, and the Struggle for Affordable Housing in the St. Louis Suburbs
ABA Journal of Affordable Housing
Colin Gordon
January 1, 2022

“ 'Nation of Carpetbaggers': Mobility, Materiality, and the Emergence of a Counter-Reconstruction Epithet”
Journal of American History
Nick Yablon
December 01, 2021

Chapter 7 - "Maintaining the City Enslaved Labor and Trade in Roman Philippi" IN Philippi, From Colonia Augusta to Communitas Christiana
Sarah E. Bond
November 18, 2021

“Seismic Innovations: The Digital Revolution in the Search for Oil and Gas”
Energy in the Americas: Critical Reflections on Energy and History
University of Calgary Press
R. Tyler Priest
October 01, 2021

"Race and Iowa History"
The Annals of Iowa
Ashley Howard
October 01, 2021

"Photography, pornography, and the criminal case of Joseph A. Schneider: a case study in Soviet anti-pornography legislation and enforcement in the late 1950s"
Journal of Baltic Studies Volume 52, Issue 4
Jessica Werneke
August 23, 2021

"Birth Control, Border Control: The Movement for Contraception in El Paso, Texas 1936–1940"
Pacific Historical Review, 90 (3): 314–344
Lina-Maria Murillo
August 01, 2021

“Disaster in a ‘Plural Society:’ Cyclones, Decolonization, and Modern Afro-Mauritian Identity”
The Journal of African History
Robert Rouphail
August 01, 2021

"Reproductive Justice in the Heartland"
Maternal Theory: Essential Readings, The 2nd Edition
Demeter Press
Lina-Maria Murillo
July 01, 2021

"Free as in Fred"
The Baffler
Simon Balto
May 07, 2021

"There’s hope for racial justice in America. But it comes from the people – not the courts"
The Guardian
Simon Balto
April 22, 2021

"21 Experts on What the Verdict Means — and Where to Go From Here"
Politico Magazine
Simon Balto
April 20, 2021

"The Police and Black Rebellion — A Review of America on Fire"
The Metropole
Simon Balto
April 15, 2021

"This much is clear: Derek Chauvin’s trial won’t change policing in America"
The Guardian
Simon Balto
April 15, 2021

"Foreign Policy Begins at Home: Americans, Grand Strategy, and World War II"
Rethinking American Grand Strategy
Oxford University Press
Michaela Hoenicke Moore
April 01, 2021

"Dividing the City: Race-Restrictive Covenants and the Architecture of Segregation in St. Louis"
Journal of Urban History
Colin Gordon
March 26, 2021

"Review of Carlos Machado, Urban Space and Aristocratic Power in Late Antique Rome: AD 270-535"
Journal of Roman Studies
Sarah E. Bond
March 24, 2021

“The King in the Manuscript: The Presentation Inscription of the Vienna Latin Bible moralisée”
The University of Chicago Press
Katherine H. Tachau
March 20, 2021

"Review of Laura E. Wangerin, Kingship and Justice in the Ottonian Empire"
The Medieval Review
Andrew Steck
March 19, 2021

“Our Segregated Century"
Reviews in American History, Vol 49, No 1, p.90-99
Colin Gordon
March 15, 2021

"Review of Manders, Erika and Daniëlle Slootjes. Leadership, ideology and crowds in the Roman Empire of the Fourth Century AD"
Bryn Mawr Classical Review
Andrew Steck
March 01, 2021

"Linked Open Data for the Ancient Mediterranean: Structures, Practices, Prospects"
New York University
Sarah E. Bond
January 29, 2021

"The Empty Cities of Urban Apocalypse”
Apocalypse in American Literature and Culture
Cambridge University Press
Nick Yablon
December 01, 2020

“Revisiting "What Is an Epidemic?" in the Time of COVID-19: Lessons from the History of Latin American Public Health”
Bulletin of the History of Medicine
Mariola Espinosa
December 01, 2020

"How to Defund the Police"
Public Books
Simon Balto
November 20, 2020

“Time and Space”
A Cultural History of Memory in the Nineteenth Century
Bloomsbury Publishing
Nick Yablon
November 12, 2020

“The Hired Enemies of This Population”: Black New York, the NYPD, and the Fundamental Anti-Blackness of American Criminal Punishment"
The University of Chicago Press Journals
Simon Balto
October 20, 2020

"An American Tradition"
Ashley Howard
September 22, 2020

“Puerto Rican Christianities in the United States”
The Oxford Handbook of Latino/a Christianities in the United States
September 08, 2020

"Pathologizing the Jíbaro: Mental and Social Health in Puerto Rico's Oso Blanco (1930s to 1950s)"
The Americas
Cambridge University Press
Alberto Ortiz Díaz
September 07, 2020

"A bold Conservative platform would include universal basic income"
Policy Options
Angela Wright
September 01, 2020

"Atlantic History from the Saddle: The Role of Horses in the Slave-Trading Atlantic World”
Outside the Anthropological Machine: Crossing the Human-Animal Divide and Other Exit Strategies
Routledge Publishing
Rachael Pasierowska
July 02, 2020

"Who Gets Protected?"
Colin Gordon
July 02, 2020

"What/Which Truth? Photography and Photojournalism in the Soviet Union"
Image and Narrative, special issue Vol 21, No 2
Jessica Werneke
June 11, 2020

"Boniface in Francia"
Michael E. Moore
June 05, 2020

"Review of How the Gospels became history: Jesus and Mediterranean myths"
Bryn Mawr Classical Review
May 26, 2020
Andrew Steck

"The Disastrous Iowa Caucuses Were Just the Beginning"
The Nation
Jeffrey L. Cox (1947 - 2020)
February 12, 2020

“German Iowa and the Global Midwest: Discussing Immigration and Xenophobia in the Trump Era”
The Public Historian
Elizabeth Heineman
Laurel Saunders
February 02, 2020

"‘Berlin Does You Good’: Experimental Art, Place Marketing and the Urban Public Sphere in 1980s West Berlin"
Contemporary European History
Cambridge University Press
Briana Smith (PhD, 2016)
January 29, 2020

"The Story of the Black King Among the Magi"
Sarah E. Bond
January 06, 2020

"The League of Planets”
History Today
Nick Yablon
January 01, 2020