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
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