The Days After: U.S. Post-Conflict Diplomacy since 1783, conference at Georgetown University and planned edited volume with Andrew Johns and Kelly McFarland (call for papers here: https://isd.georgetown.edu/2023-post-conflict-workshop/).
Enemies to Allies: Cold War Germany and American Memory (University Press
of Kentucky, 2016).
Co-editor (with Semire Dikli and Richard Rawls), Curriculum Internationalization
and the Future of Education (IGI Global, 2018).
Co-editor (with Kenneth Osgood), The United States and Public Diplomacy: The
New International History Meets the New Cultural History (Brill Academic
Journal Articles and Conference Proceedings
“Misplaced Modifier: Honors Students and Honors Education,” Journal of the
National Collegiate Honors Council, vol. 15 (2014), 63-66.
“A Traditional Educational Tool for the Digital Age,” with Elizabeth Nix and Paul
Walsh, Honors in Practice, vol. 10 (2014), 37-43.
“Information and Communication Technology Literacy among First-Year Honors
and Non-Honors Students: An Assessment,” with Boris Teske, Journal of the
National Collegiate Honors Council, vol. 11 (2010), 83-109.
“Studies in Cyberspace: Honors, Professional Teacher Development, Curricular
Development, and Systemic Change in Louisiana,” with Heath Tims, Galen
Turner, and Christian Duncan, Honors in Practice, vol. 6 (2010), 189-201.
“Work in Progress – Cyber Discovery Camp — Integrated Approach to Cyber
Studies,” with Heath Tims, Galen Turner, and Christian Duncan, 3 rd ASEE/IEEE
Frontiers in Education Conference, San Antonio, TX, October 2009.
“The Desert Fox, Memory Diplomacy, and the German Question in Early Cold
War America” Diplomatic History, vol. 32 (April 2008), 207-238.
* Winner of the Stuart L. Bernath Scholarly Article Prize, Society for
Historians of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR)
“In Search of Germans: Contested Germany in the Production of The Search,”
The Journal of Popular Film and Television, vol. 34 (Spring 2006), 34-45.
Articles in Books:
“Deutschtum and Americanism: Memory, Identity, and Public Diplomacy in Cold
War America,” in Images of Germany (Manchester University Press, 2020).
“Reflecting on New Faculty Training: Internationalized Learning Essentials,” with
Semire Dikli and Richard Rawls, in Curriculum Internationalization and the Future
of Education (IGI Global, 2018).
“The Sister City Movement in the 1970s: American Municipal Internationalism
and Public Diplomacy in a Decade of Change,” in Reasserting America in the
1970s: US Public Diplomacy and Rebuilding of America’s Image Abroad, eds.
Hallvard Notaker, Giles Scott-Smith, and David Snyder (Manchester University
“Teaching the Vietnam War in the Internet Age: Library Resources and
Information Literacy,” with Richard Werking, in Understanding and Teaching the
Vietnam War, eds. John Day Tully, Matthew Masur, and Brad Austin (University
of Wisconsin Press, 2013).
“The New International History meets the New Cultural History: Public Diplomacy
and U.S. Foreign Relations,” with Kenneth Osgood, in The United States and
Public Diplomacy: The New International History Meets the New Cultural History
(Brill Academic Publishers, 2010).
“Die antideutsche Welle: The Anti-German Wave in Cold War America and Its
Implications for the Study of Public Diplomacy” in Jessica Gienow-Hecht, ed.,
Decentering the United States: New Directions in Culture and International
Relations (Berghahn, 2007), 73-106.
“Germany and U.S. Foreign Relations,” in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of
American History (Oxford University Press, 2020).