“Fashioning the National Beverage: Wine, Beer, and the ‘Battle’ over Bourgeois Taste and Style in Mussolini’s Italy,” in David Inglis and Hang Kei Ho, eds., Drinks in Vogue: Understanding the Interplay Between Fashions and Beverages (soon-to-be under contract with Routledge).
“Bacchus among the Blackshirts: Wine Making, Consumerism and Identity in Fascist Italy, 1919-1937,” Contemporary European History 29:4 (November 2020): 394-415.
Co-authored with Sarah A. Curtis and Jason Lahman, “Blogging in the Classroom: Using a Blog as a Supplemental Resource,” Perspectives on History: The Newsmagazine of the American Historical Association 50:4 (April 2012): 20-22.
Co-edited with Kashia Amber Arnold and Timothy Paulson, “Food Fights: The Politics of Provisions in Global Perspective,” Zapruder World: An International Journal for the History of Social Conflict No. 5 (2019).
Review of The History Harvest (Department of History, University of Nebraska, Lincoln), The Public Historian 41:3 (August 2019): 160-163.
Review of Representing Italy through Food (London: Bloomsbury Academic Press, 2017), Food, Culture & Society: An International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research 21:3 (April 2018): 419-420.
Co-authored with the other members of the Editorial Board for the New Fascism Syllabus, “How to Keep the Lights On in Democracies: An Open Letter of Concern by Scholars of Authoritarianism,” New Fascism Syllabus (October 31, 2020).