“Cold War Consumption and the Marketing of Childhood in the Soviet Union and the United States, 1950-1060,” Journal of Historical Research in Marketing (Fall, 2015).
“The Perils of Building Cold War Consensus at the 1957 Moscow Festival of Youth and Students,” Cold War History 12 (August 2012): 515-35.
“Broadcasting Benevolence: Images of the Child in Soviet, American, and NLF Propaganda to Vietnam, 1965-1973,” The Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth 3 (Winter 2010): 15-38.
“Duck and Cover: Children’s Cold War Experiences in 1950s America,” in Perspectives in American Social History: The Cold War and McCarthy Eras, ed. Caroline Emmons (New York: ABC-Clio, 2009).
“Nauchnaia rabota: sem’ia i programma Fulbraita,” [“The Science of Work: Family and the Fulbright Program”], Poslednie Obnovleniia [Final Thoughts], Fall, 2005.
Invited Lecturer: “Lessons from the Propaganda Underground: How Cold War Optics can Help us Read our World,” invited speaker at the Harriman Center, Columbia University, October, 2019.
Podcast Interview on Innocent Weapons with the New Books Network Podcast, January, 2019. https://newbooksnetwork.com/
Podcast Interview with Dr. Sean Guillory on Propaganda and the Cold War, University of Pittsburgh, November, 2018.
Invited Lecturer: “Selling Socialism in Suez: Soviet Radio Broadcasting to the MENA during the Suez Crisis,” invited lecturer at the “Socialist World, Third World, Media World,’ workshop, University College London, November, 2018.
Invited Lecturer: “Samantha Smith in the Land of the Bolsheviks,” guest lecturer at The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, November, 2017.
Invited Speaker: “The Politics of Kinship in the Late Cold War,” invited participant at the Research Group on Kinship and Politics at the Center for Interdisciplinary Research (ZiF), Bielefeld, Germany, May, 2017.
Presentation: “Radio and Governmentality in the Middle East,” presenter at Middle East Studies Association Annual Conference, University of Texas-San Antonio, November, 2018.
Invited Lecturer: “Propaganda and the Cold War,” visiting graduate seminar at The University of Texas-Austin (October, 2015) and Mississippi State University (November, 2015).
Book Presentations: on Innocent Weapons at Loyola University-New Orleans, The University of Alabama, The University of Texas-Austin, Mississippi State University.
Invited Lecturer: 8-week course on Soviet history for the Oscher Lifelong Learning Institute, Spring, 2015.
Presentation: “Ukraine in Crisis,” forum on the 2014 crisis in Ukraine, The University of Alabama, March, 2014.
Invited Speaker: “Cold War Kids,” The Carolina Seminar, The University of North Carolina, November, 2012.
Organizer: The First Russian Children’s History Colloquium, Paris, France, May, 2012.
Documentary: Interviewed by the Canadian Broadcasting Company for a documentary entitled, “Love, Hate, and Propaganda: The Cold War,” Toronto, CA, February, 2011. Airing date: November 17, 2011.
Lecture: “Deliverer, Demigod, or Dictator: Global Perspectives on Vladimir Putin and Post-Soviet Russia,” invited by the Oschner Lifetime Learning Institute, Tuscaloosa, AL, July, 2010.
Presentation: Presentation on the History of the Berlin Wall, Ferguson Theatre, The University of Alabama, November, 2009.
Presentation: Constructed Visual Exhibit on the Collapse of the Soviet Union, Gorgas Library, The University of Alabama, November, 2009.
Al-dibloom Almutawasiṭ Al-earabia – الدبلوم المتوسط العربية
Diploma in Intermediate Arabic Language, 2016
Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.
Diplom Nauk Russkogo Iazyka – Диплом наук русского языка