“U.S. Imperialism and Puerto Rican Needleworkers: Sovereignty, Citizenship, and Women’s Labor in a Deep History of Neoliberal Trade”

International Labor and Working-Class History (ILWCH), forthcoming 2021

Co-author, “Rebuilding Public Higher Education as a Public Good: College for All and Federal Infrastructure Legislation,” congressional brief

Scholars for a New Deal for Higher Education, March 2021

Book Review, The Last Orator for the Millhands: William Jennings Bryan Dorn, 1916-2005, by John Herbert Roper

Journal of Southern History, May 2020

Puerto Rican Needleworkers in Colonial Migrations: Deindustrialization as Pathways Lost

Journal of Working-Class Studies, December 2019

Book Review, Knocking on Labor’s Door: Union Organizing in the 1970s and the Roots of a New Economic Divide, by Lane Windham

Canadian Journal of History, Winter 2019

Book Review, Department Stores and the Black Freedom Movement: Workers, Consumers, and Civil Rights from the 1930s to the 1980s, by Traci Parker

Black Perspectives, October 2019

WINNER * Third Place, Theme: Landline  

“Waiting for the Call”

Best of Valley Voices Story Slam, New England Public Radio, October 2018

“Mary McCurdy” and “Lucy J. Sprague,” Black Women Suffragists Database

Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1600-2000, volume 21, July 2018

“American Exceptionalism Leaves International Women’s Day Blank”

Classism Exposed, Class Action: Building Bridges Across the Class Divide, March 2018

Austerity Undermines Every Effort at Equity and Justice

Women, Gender, and Families of Color, Spring 2018

“The Norma Rae Icon: Protest as a Spectacle of the Inspirational Individual”

In Media Res, A MediaCommons Project, May 8-12, 2017

Puerto Rican Needleworkers: A Laboratory for Neoliberalism

El Sol Latino, May 2017

“A Laboratory for Neoliberalism: Puerto Rican Needleworkers, Flexible Labor Markets, and Rationales for Exemptions and Incentives”

Puerto Rico: Savage Neoliberalism, Colonialism and Financial Despotism, Center for Latin American, Caribbean and Latino Studies Conference, UMass Amherst, April 2017

WINNER * Outstanding Paper Prize  

“Experiments in Citizenship, Migration, and Labor Recruitment: Puerto Rican Needleworkers and a Deep History of Neoliberalism”

Mobility & Marginalization, Graduate History Conference, UMass Amherst, March 2017

WINNER * APHI Most Outstanding Paper Award  

“Sovereignty, Citizenship, and Labor: Puerto Rican Needleworkers and a Deep History of Neoliberalism”

The Public-Private Divide, American Political History Institute Graduate Conference, Boston University, March 2017

“The Norma Rae Phenomenon: Crystal Lee Sutton Becomes a Pop Icon”

New England Historical Association Conference, Springfield College, Springfield, MA, April 2014

“The Norma Rae Phenomenon: Southern Textile Workers as Raw Material for a Pop Icon”

Film & History Conference, Madison, WI, November 2013

The Rumpus Mini-Interview Project #42: Aimee Loiselle in Conversation with Grace Smith

The Rumpus.net, May 2011

Readers Report Back From… Neighborhood

The Rumpus.net, January 2011

“Native-Owned Bank Opens in Minneapolis”

Native Report Scheduled for Fourth Season”

‘Responses to Statehood’ Provides Venue for Native Perspectives″                              

“Kola Program Faces Major Cuts in County Funding″                            

“Women’s Housing Partnership Helps Homeless Native Women”

“White Bison Celebrates Wellbriety Month”

“Farm-to-School Begins Second Year”

“Native Man Alleges Beating by Cops”

“YWCA Closes Phillips Children’s Center”

“Ojibwe Wrestler Makes Olympic Team”

Scouting Party for the Future: Canoeing the Wakan Wakpa″                 

“Elders Initiate Change at Elders Lodge”

“Michael Goze New Director of AICDC”         

Erdrich Shares Unique Perspective″                 

American Indian OIC and Project Homeless Connect″          

“Training Green”

“Unassuming Officer Wins Three Awards”

The Circle: Native American News, 2008-2009

Review of Gods and Generals by Jeff Shaara

Bibliophilos, 2002

“Privy to the Secrets of Bottle Digging”

Collectors News, December 2001

Community and Human-Interest Articles

The Resident, 2001

“Worker or Woman: American Women and New Deal Labor Policy”

Paper presented at the annual Women’s Studies Conference

Lehman College CUNY, March 2001

“The King’s Olympia Connection”

Menu Magazine, April 2000

Special Needs Parenting:  A Resource Guide for Working with Parents Who Have
Developmental Disabilities or Mental Illness
Parent to Parent Support Program, 2000

“White-Educated and Half-Blood but Wholly Indian:
The Search for Native-American Women’s Identity in Lakota Woman″
The UVM History Review, April 1998

“Black Women and the American Civil War:
Participation and Consciousness”
The UVM History Review, May 1997


“Divided We Stand”

The Village Voice, August 1992