Rehabilitating and Teaching Revolution (1985): 35 Years Later
Teaching U.S. History with Liberia
The Age of Jackson at Disney World: A Different Kind of History Paper
Race, Violence, and State Power in the Panorama
Identifying Enslaved Africans Beyond Ports of Departure
An Atlantic of Abolitionists
What State Property Tax Records Can Reveal About the Early American Economy
Cholera, COVID-19, and the Racial Wounds in the Americas
Patients and Patience: The Long Career of Yellow Fever
When Politics Go Viral: COVID-19 and Lessons from the Atlantic World
Pulling Apart the Patchwork
Cheap Food or Cheap Whiskey (and A Free Chaw!): Gilded Age Echoes of the Culinary Partisanship of 1840
The Banality of the State
But It Rhymes: Reflection on the Roundtable on Religion in the Early Republic
A Slave Trader’s Office Decor and the Pornography of Capitalism
Does History Rhyme?
Christianity and Abolitionism, Then and Now