Crystal Eastman: A Revolutionary Life (Oxford University Press)
“Recovering the ‘Most Neglected Feminist Leader of the Twentieth Century’: Crystal Eastman, Historical Memory, and the Bequest of an Intersectional Inheritance.” Women’s Studies Quarterly 48:1-2 (Spring/Summer 2020).
“Activist, Pacifist, Mother, Feminist, Wife: Private Interventions in the Public Memory of Crystal Eastman.” In Remembering Differently; Re-figuring Women’s Rhetorical Work, eds. Gaillet and Gaillet. University of South Carolina Press, 2019.
"Everything Old is New Again: How the 'New' User-Generated Magazine Takes Us Back to the Future." American Journalism 31:3, (Autumn 2014) - Won Best Article of the Year Award from the American Journalism Historians Association
"Still Reading Women's Magazines: Reconsidering the Tradition a Half Century After The Feminine Mystique." American Journalism 27:2, (Spring 2010)
"Reconceiving the Women's Magazine." Forthcoming in Media Report to Women, (Winter 2010)
“Changing Gender Through Journalism: Revising Identity in The Lily.” In Seeking a Voice: Images of Race and Gender in 19th Century Journalism. Purdue University Press, 2009
“Women’s Magazines.” In Robin Andersen and Jonathan Gray, eds. Battleground: The Media (Greenwood, 2008)
“Domesticity and Collective Agency: Contribution and Collaboration in America’s First Successful Women’s Magazine.” American Periodicals, (Spring, 2004)
Men & Masculinities: A Social, Cultural, and Historical Encyclopedia, Michael Kimmel and Amy Aronson, ABC-Clio, 2003
Taking Liberties: Early American Women's Magazines and Their Readers, Praeger, 2002
Media History Special Issue on Women's Magazines in the 20th Century, 2000