“Introduction.” Business History, Special Issue. “Changing Secondhand Economies,”
Spring 2019 (with Karen Tranberg Hansen).
“‘Not Charity, But a Chance’: Philanthropic Capitalism and the Rise of American
Thrift Stores,” New England Quarterly 86:2 (Spring 2013): 169-195.
“’Be Odd’: The Contradictory Use of Dress in the Gilded Age Salvation Army,” Winterthur Portfolio, 47:4 (Winter 2013): 245-265.
STAY TUNED FOR THE INAUGURAL EPISODE OF THE OBJECT PROJECT, a podcast about material culture and history, researched and produced by the students of UNCW and myself. Coming Spring 2019
“How Subversive Artists Made Thrift-Shopping Cool” (Aug 15, 2017)
UNC Press blog
"Before Target, There were Thrift Stores: How Postwar Secondhand Commerce Supported LGBTQ Rights," April 30, 2017
Fashion/ History Contributor, smithsonianmag.com
“The Invention of Vintage,” (Feb. 8, 2017)
“Wearing Your Art on Your Sleeve,” (Sept. 29, 2015)
“What a 1950s Fashion Maven Might Teach Us About What to Wear,” (June 8, 2015)
“How the Summer of Atomic Bomb Testing Turned the Bikini into a Phenomenon,” (May 21, 2015)
Guest editor. Business History, Special Issue. “Changing Secondhand Economies,” Spring, 2019 (with Karen Tranberg Hansen).
Book Review of The Fight for Ethical Fashion: the Origins and Interactions of the Clean Clothes Campaign, by Philip Balsinger. Society and Enterprise (forthcoming).
Book review of From Head Shops to Whole Foods: The Rise and Fall of Activist Entrepreneurs, by Joshua Clark Davis. Business History Review, Summer 2018.
Solicited Book Review of Southern Tufts: The Regional Origins and National Craze for Chenille Fashion, by Ashley Callahan. History: Reviews of New Books, (Vol 45, 2017).
Book Review of Dress Casual: How College Students Redefined American Style,
by Deirdre Clemente. Fashion Theory, September 2015.