Blog Post: “Commission Families and the Evacuation of 1940,” Commonwealth War Graves Commission Blog, May 2020

Photo Essay: “The Beautiful, Forgotten, and Moving Graves of New England’s Slaves,” Atlas Obscura

Interview: “Hidden Tales at the Granary Burying Ground,” Radio Boston, WBUR

Article: “Pompe Stevens: Enslaved Artisan,” Commonplace, The Journal of Early American Life. Pompe Stevens was an enslaved gravestone carver who worked in Newport, Rhode Island in the eighteenth century.

Blog Post: “Well Known As Miss Betty Cooper: Gender Expression in 18th-Century Boston,” Notches

Presentation: “Imperial War Graves Commission Gardeners in France, 1940-4,” Burial of the Unknown Warrior Conference, Manchester Metropolitan University, November 2020

Presentation: “The Imperial War Graves Commission During the Invasion of France, 1940,” 1940 Conference, University of Edinburgh [postponed to 2021 due to COVID-19]

Presentation: “The Sugar Planters of Brattle Street”
– Tufts University (2020)
– Longfellow House National Historic Site (2019)
– Universities Studying Slavery National Conference (2019)

Presentation: “Harvard and Slavery”
– Society of Historians of the Early American Republic, July 2019

Article: “Gravestones and American Innocence in the American Revolution”
– Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, Art of Revolutions

Presentation: “‘Can Work at the Goldsmith’s Business’: Enslaved Silver- and Goldsmiths in the Northern Colonies, 1700-1790”
Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture Conference

Article:  “The New England Primer, an African American Artifact” Schooldays in New England: Proceedings of the Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife