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“How Long is a Football Field? The Kent State Shootings Reconsidered”

Public Seminar. May 2020.

Memory and Kent State: The Past is Always Present

Kent State University Centennial Award Lecture, Kent, Ohio October 2017. Published in Public Seminar, 2017.

Kent State Shooting Oral History Project: Carol Wilder

Kent State University Special Archives, February 2015.


Perpetual War/Provisional Thoughts

Paper presented at the annual meeting of Veterans for Peace, San Diego, CA, August 2015.


Vanished Art: The Lost Legacy of Occupy New School”

in Offense and Dissent: Image, Conflict and Belonging at The New School, Kellen Gallery, Parsons School of Design, August 2015.


“Murders on May 4th”

Crossing the Street in Hanoi: Teaching and Learning about Vietnam.  Intellect/University of Chicago Press, 2013, pp. 169-200.


The Great Media Bailout

(2012), A. Muntadas and M. Reese, eds. Political Advertisement VIII: 1952-2012, 1-3


“Americans Don’t Trust the Press”

(2012) in Aydogan Vatandas, ed. Reporting from the Bridge. New York: Blue Dome Press, 2012, 33-39.


“Mapping Murder: Representations of May 4th”

Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association, New Orleans, LA, November 2011

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