Articles, Chapters, and Others
Berto, Luigi. “Remembering Old and New Rulers: Lombards and Carolingians in Carolingian Italian Memory.” Medieval History Journal 13(2010): 23-53.
Beyan, Amos J. “The Atlantic Ocean Slave Trade.” In The Oxford Encyclopedia of African Thought, Vol. I, edited by F. Abiola Irele and Biodun Jeyifo, 103-105. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2010.
Beyan, Amos J. “Alexander Crummell.” In The Oxford Encyclopedia of African Thought, Vol. I, edited by F. Abiola Irele and Biodun Jeyifo 259-262. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2010.
Beyan, Amos J. “The Middle Passage.” In The Oxford Encyclopedia of African Thought, Vol. I, edited by F. Abiola Irele and Biodun Jeyifo. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2010.
Borish, Linda J., Mitch Kachun and Cheryl Lyon-Jenness. “Rethinking a Curricular ‘Muddle in the Middle’: Revising the Undergraduate Major at Western Michigan University.” The Journal of American History. 95(March 2009): 1102-1113.
Borish, Linda J. “Transformations in American Sport History.” Journal of Sport History 36(Fall 2009): 401-410.
Nassaney, Michael Shakir, and J.A. Brandão. “Material Expressions of French Identity at Eighteenth-Century Fort St. Joseph: A Mission-Garrison-Trading Post Complex on the Edge of Empire.” In The Materiality of Individuality, edited by Carolyn White. New York, 2009.
Brandão, J.A. & Michael Shakir Nassaney. “Suffering for Jesus: Penitential Practices at Fort St. Joseph (Niles, MI) During the French Regime.” The Catholic Historical Review 94 (July 2008): 476-99. Reprinted in Fleuves, rivières et colonies. Le cas français (XVIIe-XIXe siècle), 271-90. Mickaël Augeron et Robert Duplessis, dir. Paris, French Colonial Historical Society/Les Indes Savantes, 2010.
Chiarappa, Michael, and Kristin Szylvian. “Heeding the Landscape’s Usable Past: Public History in the Service of a WorkingWaterfront.” Buildings and Landscapes 16(Fall 2009): 86-113.
Hadden, Sally. “DeSaussure and Ford: A Charleston Law Firm of the 1790s.” In Transformations in American Legal History: Essays in Honor of Professor Morton J. Horwitz, edited by Daniel Hamilton and Alfred Brophy, 85-108. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2009.
Kachun, Mitch. “Antebellum African Americans, Public Commemoration, and the Haitian Revolution: A Problem of Historical Mythmaking.” In African Americans and the Haitian Revolution: Selected Essays and Historical Documents, edited by Jackson and Bacon. New York: Routledge, 2009.
Kachun, Mitch. “’Big Jim’ Parker and the Assassination of William McKinley: Patriotism, Nativism, Anarchism, and the Struggle for African American Citizenship.” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era 9(January 2010): 93-116.
Maier, Paul. “Did Jesus Really Exist?” In The Evidence for God, edited by William A. Dembski and Michael R. Licona, 143-147.Grand Rapids: Baker Boos, 2010.
Maier, Paul. “Tracking the ‘Moral Growth’ of God?” A Response to Robert Wright, The Evolution of God in Christian Research Journal 33(2009): 52-54.
Pyenson, Lewis R. “Do Public Research Universities Really Merit Protection?” Chronicle of Higher Education February 5, 2010: A38.
Rubin, Eli. "The Trabant: Consumption, Eigen-Sinn, and a System of Movement." History Workshop Journal 68 (Fall 2009): 27-44.
Xiong, Victor. “Chang’an: Capital of Tang China.” In The Great Cities in History, edited by John Julius Norwich, 90-92. London: Thames and Hudson, 2009.