Scholarly Articles and Essays
The Quick Study
Myth America: Historians Take on the Biggest Legends and Lies About Our Past
Basic Books October 2022
All (Sexual) Things in Moderation—And in Private
Reviews in American History March 2022
EVERYTHING HAS A HISTORY: MUSCLE MOTION
American Historical Association: Perspectives September 2021
From Performance to Participation: The Origins of the Fit Nation
Transatlantica (France) March 2021
Navigating Social Media as an Academic
The Academic's Handbook, 4th Edition Duke University Press, 2021
Review: The History of American Higher Education: Learning and Culture from the Founding to World War II by Roger L. Geiger
Pacific Historical Review November 2016
Shouldn’t You Be in California?
BOOM California January 9, 2018
Working on the Work of Working Out
Public Seminar January 3, 2018
Review: CAMPBELL F. SCRIBNER, The Fight for Local Control: Schools, Suburbs, and American Democracy.
American Historical Review October 2017
Thanks, Gender!: An Intellectual History of the Gym
in eds., Raymond Haberski and Andrew Hartman, American Labyrinth: Intellectual History for Complicated Times, Cornell University Press, 2018.
When Wellness is a Dirty Word
Chronicle Review May 1, 2016
Mission High and the Education Culture War
Los Angeles Review of Books April 10, 2016
REVIEW ESSAY: Do We Need Wonder Woman?
Public Books, May 15, 2015
REVIEW ESSAY: “Petrzela on Perlstein, THE INVISIBLE BRIDGE: THE FALL OF NIXON AND THE RISE OF REAGAN”
H-Net (1960s), April 10, 2015
HealthClass2.0: Breaking Barriers Through Campus-Based Civic Engagement
Anthropology Now, Vol. 7, Issue 2, 2015.
“Sex Education,” in Hunt, Thomas Carper, James C., et al, The Encyclopedia of Educational Reform and Dissent, SAGE Publications, 2010.
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