The Perpetual Challenge of Teaching the American Revolution
Was the Sun on Washington’s Chair Rising or Setting? A Reconsideration in 2018
Historiographical Revolutions in the Quarterly: From Research to Teaching
Self-Determination, Economic Development, and Native History
Sovereignty under Water: Teaching Sovereignty in the Midst of Loss
Native Sovereignty, from History to Standing Rock
Sovereign Nations: An Introduction to the Nation-to-Nation Treaty Relationship Between the United States and American Indian Tribes
The Discipline of the History Professor in the Age of Trump
Interrogating National Narrative: Building a Course around Hamilton: An American Musical
Trump: Magnet of Masculine Maladies from the Early Republic
Adjuncting in Trump Country: What Has Not Changed
Trump and the Destruction of American Families
Great Men and Men Who Think They Are Great: The Challenges of Teaching Foreign Policy History during the Trump Presidency
Teaching in Climes of Unrest: BLM, Slavery and the Intellectual Underpinnings of Student Protest at Oberlin
Tipping Point

Tipping Point

The Persistent Propaganda of History
The JER Announces the 2017 Ralph D. Gray Prize for Best Original Article