Publications: Forthcoming Books
Indian Spectacle: College Mascots and the Anxiety of Modern America (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press,
March 2015.)

Getting Started in the Digital Humanities (Boston: John Wiley and Sons Press, under contract.) Co-
authored with Simon Appleford, Clemson University.

Publications: Peer-Reviewed Articles
“Digging into Data Using New Collaborative Infrastructures Supporting Humanities-based Computer Science Research.” First Monday 16 (5): May 2, 2011. Co-Authored with Michael Simeone, Rob Kooper, and Peter Bajcsy. Available from: First Monday or via direct download.

Publications: Special Issues and Invited Publications
“The Fascination and Frustration with Native American Mascots.” In Douglas Hartmann and Christopher Uggen, eds., Color Lines and Racial Angles (New York: W.W. Norton & Co.). Published online Aug. 20, 2013 at or via direct download.

“Creating Tradition and Defining “Indianness.” In Studies in Symbolic Interaction 34, edited by Norman Denzin and C. Richard King. London: Emerald Group Publishing, 2010. Download a pre-print of this article.

“Chasing Objectivity? Critical Reflections on History, Identity, and the Public Performance of Indian Mascots,” Cultural Studies ↔ Critical Methodologies 11: December 2011, 535-543. Special issue on Research Acts, edited by Michael Giardina. 1532708611426108, first published on November 22, 2011 as doi:10.1177/1532708611426108. Download a pre-print of this article.

“Gendered Discourse: Higher Education, Mascots, and Race.” In The Native American Mascots Controversy, edited by C. Richard King, 41-46. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2010. View a pre-print of this article.

Publications: Post-Publication Special Selection
“I’ll see your open access and raise you two book contracts: or why the AHA should re-think its policy” (blog). Digital Humanities Now Editor’s Choice, July 25, 2013. Digital Humanities Now highlights work from the open web that has gotten the attention of the digital humanities community or is worthy of such attention, based on critical editorial review. Scholarship—in whatever form—that drives the field of digital humanities field forward is highlighted in the Editors’ Choice column. Download a pre-print of this blog.

“DH Internationally: Dispatches from Hamburg” (blog). DH2012 Round-Up. Digital Humanities Now Editor’s Choice, July 26, 2012. Download a pre-print of this blog.

Publications: Non-Peer Reviewed Digital resource consisting of slidedecks, bibliographies, digital templates, and podcasts. Available from

“Accessibility and the Digital Humanities” (blog). Profhacker: a Chronicle of Higher Education Blog, September 20, 2012. Co-authored with George Williams (USC Upstate). Available from: or download a pre-print.

“An American Spectacle: Collegiate Mascots and the Performance of Tradition” PhD diss., University of Illinois, 2010. ProQuest (3431092). Open Source (

“Red Card: the Role of Native Americans as Sports Mascots” MA Thesis, Miami University, 2002. OCLC (50743318). Download a pre-print here.

Publications: Reviews
Review, The Athletic Crusade: Sport and American Cultural Imperialism by Gerald R. Gems. Material Culture 41 (2): Fall 2009, 71- 74. Download a pre-print here.

Review, Who Owns Native Culture? by Michael F. Brown. Material Culture for the Pioneer American Society. Download a pre-print here.

Review, Native Americans in Sport and Society by C. Richard King, eds. H-Arete for the Sport Literature Association. or download a pre-print.

Review, John Cimprich, Fort Pillow, A Civil War Massacre and Public Memory (Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University, 2005.) Material Culture and Pioneer America Society Transactions 31:2008 for the Pioneer American Society. Download a pre-print here.

Review, Jeffrey Powers-Beck, The American Indian Integration of Baseball (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 2004.) H-Arete for the Sport Literature Association. or download a pre-print.

Publications: Instructional Materials
Test Bank and Instructor’s Resource Manual, in The People: A History of Native America, authored by Dr. Frederick Hoxie, R. David Edmunds, and Neil Salisbury. Co-authored with Melissa Rohde.

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