Peer-Reviewed Publications

The Washington Post, Made by History Series. "The attempted insurrection was only part of the right's anti-democratic playbook" with DJ Polite. January 10, 2021.

Journal of American Studies. "May the Lord shield and protect us from the terrible storm ahead of us': Elite South Carolina Women's Anticipation of Secession and War, 1860-1861," 7 November 2019.

A Day in the Life of an American Worker: 200 Trades and Occupations in U.S. History. "Turpentine Worker (Free and Enslaved)" Encyclopedia Entry. ed. Nancy Quam-Wickham, Ben Tyler Elliott (Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2020).

South Carolina Historical Magazine, "A Tale of Two Journals: The South Carolina Historical Association and the South Carolina Historical Society Study the Civil War." 2018 (published 2021).


Gendering Secession: Women and Politics in South Carolina, 1859-1861. Defended and submitted Spring 2020. Committee: Mark Smith, Woody Holton, Sarah Gardner, Marjorie Spruill.

Academic Online Writing

The Society of Civil War Historians' Muster Blog, "Enslaved Children, Trauma, and 'American Family Values:' A Recap of the 2021 Southern's SAWH Keynote," December 21, 2021

Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office Museum Blog. "Death, Immortalized: Victorian Post-Mortem Photography," February 19, 2019

Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office Museum Blog. "'Senses Were Benumbed:' How a Civil War Nurse Handled Trauma," March 15, 2018.