Monumental Crisis: Accident, Vandalism and the Civil War Citizen Soldier. (In progress)
“Activism in the Classroom: Wikipedia and American Art.” Panorama: Journal of the Association of Historians of American Art 2, no. 2 (Fall 2016). LINK
“From Spray Cans to Minivans: Contesting the Legacy of Confederate Soldier Monuments in the Era of ‘Black Lives Matter.’” Public Art Dialogue 6, no. 1 (2016): 9-33. LINK
“‘An Army of Bronze Simulacra’: The Copied Soldier Monument and the American Civil War.” Nierika: Revista de Estudios de Arte 4, no. 7 (January-June 2015): 34-45. LINK
“‘A Brave and Gallant Soldier’: Civil War Monuments and the Funerary Sphere,” Common Place 14, no. 2 (Winter 2014). LINK
Review of A Sisterhood of Sculptors: American Artists in Nineteenth-Century Rome, by Melissa Dabakis. Southeastern College Art Conference Review 16, no. 5 (2015): 680-682.
Review of The Nation’s First Monument and the Origins of the American Memorial Tradition, by Sally Webster. Panorama 1, no. 2 (Fall 2015). LINK
Review of Sculpting Doughboys: Memory, Gender, and Taste in America’s World War I Memorials, by Jennifer Wingate. Winterthur Portfolio 49, no. 2/3 (Summer/Autumn 2015): 128-129. LINK
Review of Recalling Deeds Immortal: Florida Monuments to the Civil War, by William B. Lees and Frederick P. Gaske. The Public Historian 37, No. 2 (May 2015): 146-148. LINK
COLUMNS, COMMENTARIES, AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS
“Teaching American Art to American Artists: Object-Based Learning at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.” Panorama 2, no. 1 (Summer 2016). LINK
“Town Square Soldiers.” Civil War Times (February 2016): 34-39.
“Time Traveling Objects: Past, Future, Retrofuture, and Material Culture.” A salon in Mrs. M—-’s Cabinet, curated by the Chipstone Foundation, Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI, December 17, 2016.
“Sentinels Keep Watch: The Civil War Citizen Soldier and American Sculpture.” North Shore Civil War Roundtable, South Huntington Public Library, Huintington, New York, June 2, 2016.
“Army of the Dead: Civil War Monuments, the Lost Cause, and the Afterlife of Memory.” Master’s Degree Program in the History of Decorative Arts, George Mason University, Washington, D.C., June 1, 2015.
“Bivouac of the Dead: Confederate Monuments and the Politics of Mourning.” The Art of Memory and Mourning: A Symposium in Honor of Cynthia J. Mills, Smithsonian American Art Museum, November 14, 2014. LINK
“Forlorn Soldiers and Buried Riflemen: Remembering the Civil War Citizen Soldier.” Reading Public Museum, Reading Pennsylvania, May 31, 2013.
“Re/Membering the Citizen Soldier: Civil War Bodies in Granite and Bronze.” St. Francis College, Brooklyn, New York, April 8, 2013.
“On the Grand Tour” – a blog detailing my experiences in Italy through the Ailsa Mellon Bruce Predoctoral Fellowship for Historians of American Art to Travel Abroad in Summer 2010.