The Digital Tavern: Conceptualizing Parallels between Textual Networks in the Age of Revolutions and the Digital Humanities Today
High Politics and Physical Space: Rethinking How We Commemorate Place
Digital Research, Digital Age: Blogging New Approaches to Early American Studies; A Joint Issue with the Junto
Roundtable Introduction: Bringing the Sea into the Classroom
Painting Lunsford Lane: A Reflection on the Art of History
‘Satan’s Coming!’: Why We Need to Teach Civics Again
Finding Themselves in the Narrative, and Challenging Narratives: Teaching the Early Republic in a Utah Heartland
Roundtable Introduction: Teaching the Early Republic in Red-State America
It’s Complicated: The Short Answer to Firearms, Museums, and History
Historical Semantics and the Meaning of the Second Amendment
Regulation, Not Rights: The History of Government Gun Culture in the Early Republic
Empire of Guns: Arming the American Gun Debate with Insights from the History of the British Gun Trade
A Civic Duty: Teaching Gun History in the Gun South
Bringing Targets Within Range: The Duke Repository of Historical Gun Laws
Bearing Arms vs. Hunting Bears: The Persistence of a Mythic Second Amendment in Contemporary Constitutional Culture
Rethinking the “Colonial” in Colonial America
The Hourglass Effect in Teaching the American Revolution