“Blight to the Heart: Oberlin Students and Alumni Fought for Women’s Suffrage. Oberlin College Didn’t.” (Oberlin Alumni Magazine, Fall/Winter 2020)

“Oral Histories of the 1969 Cuyahoga River Fire” (Belt Magazine, June 3, 2019; reprinted in Dispatches from the Rust Belt, Vol. II: The Best of Belt Magazine 2019)

“Elusive Equality” (Oberlin Alumni Magazine, Spring 2019)

“Elusive Equality: A Conversation with Carol Lasser and Gary Kornblith” (Oberlin.edu, May 9, 2019)

“A Banner Held High: The Legacy of Mary Church Terrell” (Oberlin Alumni Magazine, Winter 2018-19)

“A Short History of Cleveland’s Flats” (Belt Magazine, January 8, 2019)

“The Woman Who Challenged Darwin’s Sexism” (Smithsonian Magazine, October 9, 2017)

“The Ugly History of American Immigration” (The Week, September 21, 2017)

“Confederate Statues Are History—So is Taking Them Down” (Electric Literature, August 23, 2017)

“Memorializing Tamir Rice with Pokemon Go” (Belt Magazine, July 20, 2016)

“Remembering Hough, Fifty Years Later” (Belt Magazine, July 14, 2016)

“Women Ruled the Floor When the GOP First Came to Cleveland” (Smithsonian Magazine, July 12, 2016, originally published in Belt Magazine)

“When Cleveland Became a ‘Convention City'” (Belt Magazine, July 11, 2016)

Press coverage of my work:

Interview in Smithsonian Magazine (“The Cuyahoga River Caught Fire at Least a Dozen Times but No One Cared Until 1969” June 19, 2019)

Scholarly Pieces:

“Whose History Do We Preserve?” (University of Massachusetts Press blog, September 26, 2016)

“Writing Public History in Cleveland” (past@present, UMass Department of History blog, August 1, 2016)

“Learning to Tweet Like a Historian” (past@present, The UMass Department of History blog, April 13, 2016)