How to Talk About Privacy (Without Sounding Like a Conspiracy Theorist)™ – manuscript preparation
The Great Cases in US Legal History (HY 306)
The History of Privacy in America (HY 430)
American Civilization Since 1865 (HY 104)
Awards and Honors
John Anson Kittredge Prize, 2016
Intercollegiate Studies Institute Liberty Teaching Grant, 2014
Queens College Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2016
None of Your Damn Business: A History of Privacy in the United States, University of Chicago Press, forthcoming.
“Big Iron and the Small Government: A History of Data Collection and Privacy in the United States,” Journal of Policy History, fall 2016.
“Reports that ‘Privacy is Dead’ Have Been Greatly Exaggerated,” The Wall Street Journal, Sep 5, 2017.
“In Harm’s Way: The Lawrence Textile Strike Children’s Affair,” in R. Forrant and J. Siegenthaler (eds.), The Great Lawrence Textile Strike of 1912: New Scholarship on the Bread and Roses Strike, Baywood Publishing, 2014.
“How are 9/11-Era Veterans Fairing in the Modern Economy? A Quantitative Study by Sex, Race, and Ethnicity,” The New York Center for Latino Studies — Latino Data Project, spring 2017