From 2006 – 2015, when a lot of people were experimenting with digital publishing, I wrote a blog called Tenured Radical. People liked it. It ran on the original Blogger site from 2006 – 2011, and from 2011-2015 at The Chronicle of Higher Education. Blog posts I wrote for other sites include:
- “Does Title IX Work?” Signs, July 5 2017.
- “Books That Matter: Twenty-Five Years of Gender Trouble,” S-USIH blog, January 1 2016.
- “Why People Who GayMarry Need Feminism,” S-USIH blog, July 2 2015.
I also write about the digital world, for academic and general audience publications. These essays include:
Why politicians dawdle when it comes to regulating Facebook, Alternet, October 14, 2021.
Against Abdicating Power to Big Tech,” Yale Review, February 1, 2021.
- “Is the Internet the Final Bohemia?” The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 29 2015.
- “Becoming Tenured Radical: A Historian in the Blogosphere,” The American Historian, April 2015.
- “Is Digital Publishing Killing Books?” Perspectives on History, April 2015.
- AHA Roundtable on Historians’ Perspective on Web Ethics, Perspectives on History, May 28 2013.
- “Because It Is Gone Now: Teaching The September 11 Digital Archive,” OAH Magazine of History v. 25 no. 3, Summer 2011.
- “Women Gone Wild: An Introduction to Feminist Blogging,” introductory essay for a roundtable of four articles edited for the Journal of Women’s History, vol. 22 no. 4 (winter, 2010).