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- Recent Publications
Coffin Hardware in Nineteenth-Century America (2015) Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, CA
Queering the Past: Theory, Politics and Practice in Archaeology (2019), with Chelsea Blackmore. Routledge, NY.
LGBTQ Community and Place (2019), with Katherine Crawford-Lackey. Berghahn Books, NY.
LGBTQ Identity and Place (2019), with Katherine Crawford-Lackey. Berghahn Books, NY.
LGBTQ Preservation and Place (2019), with Katherine Crawford-Lackey. Berghahn Books, NY.
LGBTQ America: A Theme Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer History (2016). National Park Foundation and National Park Service, Washington, DC.
Respectable Holidays: The Archaeology of Capitalism and Identities at the Crosbyside Hotel (c. 1870-1902) and Wiawaka Holiday House (mid-1910s-1929), Lake George, New York (2017). University of Maryland, College Park.
Edited Journal Issues:
Archaeology of Reform / Archaeology as Reform (2017), co-edited with Kim Christensen. Theme issue of International Journal of Historical Archaeology.
Selected Journal Articles:
‘Start here. We exist.’: A Roundtable Discussion of the US LGBTQ Heritage Theme Study, with J. Gieseking, J. Auer, SE Watson, and J. Capo (2019). GLQ: A Journal of Gay and Lesbian Studies 25(1).
These Knots Cannot Be Untangled: A Queer Exploration of Intersectionality and Identity Formation at Wiawaka Holiday House (2019). Historical Archaeology.
The National Park Service LGBTQ Heritage Initiative: One Year Out (2017). The George Wright Forum 34(3): 394-404.
‘Archaeology? How Does That Work?’: Incorporating Archaeology into the National Park Service LGBTQ Heritage Initiative as Community Engagement (2017). Journal of Community Archaeology & Heritage 4(3): 173-185.
Connecting the Threads: Archaeology of Reform / Archaeology as Reform (2017). International Journal of Historical Archaeology 21(4): 773-784.
Double Consciousness and the Intersections of Beliefs in an African American Home in Northern New Jersey (2014). Historical Archaeology 48(3): 125-143.
Coffin Handles from the African Burial Ground, New York City: Notes on Their Source and Context (2011). African Diaspora Archaeology Newsletter, June.
A Concealed Shoe Recovered at the Updike Farmstead, Princeton Township, Mercer County, New Jersey (2011). Newsletter of the Archaeological Society of New Jersey, No. 232 (May).
Squatters Budgeree: Pipes for the Australian Market Recovered at the Homestead of a Free Black Family in Sussex County, NJ (2010). African Diaspora Archaeology Newsletter, March.
A Note About Intersectionality, LGBTQ Communities, History, and Place (2019). LGBTQ Identity and Place, edited by Katherine Crawford-Lackey and Megan E. Springate, Berghahn Books, NY.
What LGBTQ Archaeology Can Contribute to the Field (2019). LGBTQ Preservation and Place, edited by Katherine Crawford-Lackey and Megan E. Springate, Berghahn Books, NY.
LGBTQ Archaeological Context (2019). Queering the Past: Theory, Politics and Practice in Archaeology, edited by Chelsea Blackmore and Megan E. Springate, Routledge, NY.
Burial at the Edge of Empire: Divergent Histories of Coffin Furniture and Casket Hardware (2018), with Hilda Maclean. Death Across the Oceans, edited by Harold Mytum and Laurie Burgess, Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, Washington, DC.
Red, White, and Rainbows: The National Park Service LGBTQ Theme Study (2016). Organization of American Historians blog, Process.
LGBTQ History is American History (2016). National Trust for Historic Preservation, Preservation Leadership Forum.
The Next Chapter for LGBTQ Heritage (2014). National Trust for Historic Preservation, Preservation Leadership Forum.
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