Journal Articles and Book Chapters
Beth Bailey, “Labor, the Market, and the U.S. All-Volunteer Force,” Journal of American Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China, 2017.
Beth Bailey, “Introduction,” Integrating the U.S. Military: African Americans, Women, and Gays Since World War II, eds. Heather Stur and Douglas Bristol, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2017.
Beth Bailey, A People and a Nation, coordinating author, co-authored with Jane Kamensky, David Blight, Carol Sheriff, Howard Chudacoff, and Fred Logevall, Cengage, 11th edition, December 2017.
Gregory T. Cushman “Guano, Intensive Agriculture, and Environmental Change in Latin America and the Caribbean.” In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Latin American History. Edited by William Beezley. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017. [18,000 word review article]
David Farber, “America First and International Trade Policy in the Early Cold War,” Passport: The Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations Review, September 2018, 52-54.
David Farber, “Moral Capitalism in the Age of Great Dreams: The Grateful Dead’s Struggle to Craft Right Livelihoods,” The Sixties: A Journal of History, Politics, and Culture 10:1 (Spring 2017), 63- 93.
David Farber, "A History of American Conservatism". The Chinese Journal of American Studies, 2016 (5), 111-125.
David Farber, “Self-Invention in the Realm of Production: Craft, Work, and Community in the Sixties-Era American Counterculture”. Pacific Historical Review, (2016) 408-442.
David Farber & Klein, B. El Rito and the Power of Place in Sixties America. In B. Klein (Ed.), Irwin Klein and the New Settlers (pp. 31-38, 165-166). Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press (2016).
David Farber & Beth Bailey, The Counterculture's Looking Glass. In D. Kaiser & P. McCray (Eds.), Groovy Science: Knowledge, Innovation, and American Counterculture, (University of Chicago Press, 2016), 392-395.
Andrew Denning, “Infrastructure as Propaganda: Roads, Photography, and the Domestication of Nature in Italian East Africa.” Environmental History 24 (2) pgs 352-369.
Christopher E. Forth, “Gender, Empire, and the Politics of Regeneration,” French Politics, Culture & Society, 36, no. 2 (Summer 2018): 149-56.
Christopher E. Forth, “France and the Fattened American: Animality, Consumption, and the Logic of Gavage.” Food, Culture & Society, 21, no. 3 (June 2018): 355-66.
Andrew Isenberg, "An Empire of Remedy: Vaccination, Natives, and Narratives in the North American West," Pacific Historical Review, 86 (February 2017), 84-113.
Andrew Isenberg, (with Lawrence H. Kessler) "Settler Colonialism and the Environmental History of the North American West," Journal of the West, 56 (Fall 2017), 57-66.
Andrew Isenberg, (with Thomas Richards, Jr.) "Alternative Wests: Rethinking Manifest Destiny," Pacific Historical Review, 86 (February 2017), 4-17.
Andrew Isenberg, "Industrial Empire: The American Conquest of the West, 1845-1900," in The Routledge History of Nineteenth-Century America, ed. Jonathan D. Wells (Routledge, 2018), 333-345.
Andrew Isenberg, "Mining, Memory, and History," in Mining North America: An Environmental History since 1522, ed. George Vrtis and J.R. McNeill (University of California Press, 2017), 398-412.
Elizabeth MacGonagle, “History and Memory in an African Context: The Case of Robben Island. ” In An Introduction to Area Studies in the 21st Century. Ed. Edith Clowes and Ann Shelly Jarrett Bromberg. Northern Illinois Press, 2016: 53-64.
Eric C. Rath, “Should We Eat Washoku? Reflections on ‘Japanese Traditional Dietary Cultures’ Certified by UNESCO Jahrbuch für Kulinaristik 2 (2018), pp. 90-111
Eric C. Rath, Afterword: Foods of Japan, Not Japanese Food. In N. Stalker (Ed.), Devouring Japan: Global Perspectives on Japanese Culinary Identity, (Oxford University Press, 2018), 312-27.
Eric C. Rath, For Gluttons not Housewives, Japan’s First Gourmet Magazine, Kuidōraku. In A. Niehaus & T. Walravens (Eds.), Feeding Japan: The Cultural and Political Issues of Dependency and Risk (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017) 83-111.
Eric C. Rath, “Historical Reflections on Culinary Globalization in East Asia,” Gastronomica: The Journal of Critical Food Studies, 17(3), 2017, 82-84.
Eric C. Rath, “Hell's Kitchen and the Joy of Cooking: Culinary Themes in Kumano Mandala,” Impressions, 2016, 106-127.
David Roediger, Whiteness and Race. In R. Bayor (Ed.), Oxford Handbook of American Immigration and Ethnicity (Oxford University Press, 2016) 197-212.
Anton Rosenthal, “The Streetcar in the Urban Imaginary of Latin America,” Journal of Urban History, January 2016, 42:1, 162-179.
Robert C. Schwaller, "Creating Monstrosity in Colonial Spanish America" in Monsters and Borders in the Early Modern Imagination, Jana Byars and Hans Peter Broedel, editors. Routledge: New York (2018) pp. 19-34.
Marta Vicente, "Queering the Early Modern Iberian Archive: Recent Trends," Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies Vol. 42 (2017): Issue 2, article 3.
Marta Vicente, “Staging Femininity in Early Modern Spain,” in Mapping the Early Modern Hispanic World, Essays in Honor of Richard L. Kagan, eds. Kimberly Lynn and Erin Rowe (Cambridge University Press, 2017), 339-59.
Marta Vicente, “Pornography and the Spanish Inquisition: The Reading of Le Portier des Chartreux, an Eighteenth-Century Forbidden Best Seller” Comparative Literature 68 (2016): 181-198.
Nathaniel D. Wood, “‘A main station at one’s front door’: Bicycles, Automobiles, and Dreams of Personal Mobility in Poland, 1885-1939,” Migration and Mobility in the Modern Age: Refugees, Travelers, and Traffickers in Europe and Eurasia, Anika Walke, Jan Musekamp, and Nicole Svobodny, eds., (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2016), 55-79.