Publications and Papers


“American Indian Movement” and “Osage Reign of Terror” in The Federal Bureau of Investigation: History, Powers, and Controversies of the FBI, edited by Douglas M. Charles and Aaron Stockham (Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 2022), 13-4; 357-59.


2016 – “The Nuremberg Paradigm in Transitional Periods: An Analysis of the Effectiveness of Punishing Mass Atrocity,” Transitional Justice in Post Genocidal States Panel, 34th Conference of the Holocaust and Genocide: Aftermath of Holocaust and Genocide, Millersville University, Millersville, Pennsylvania.

2017 – “Is the 1948 Genocide Convention a Living Document?,” Kean University Research Days Panel with Dennis B. Klein, Brandon Moye, Ellen Johnson, and Isabella Costa, Kean University, Union, New Jersey.

2018 – “The Anfal Campaign and Genocide Lacking a Turning Point,” Has the Popular Perception Kristallnacht as an Event Hurt Genocide Recognition? Panel with Dennis B. Klein, Sarah Coyhendall, Ellen Johnson, and Isabella Costa, Kean University, Union, New Jersey.

2018 – “The Necessity of Historians in Recognition of Historical Genocide,” Justice After Atrocity?, the 4th Master Seminar on Post-Genocide facilitated by Lawrence Douglas, Kean University, Union, New Jersey.  

2020 – “The Conestoga Massacres: The Genocide Lancaster County Forgot,” Academics in Quarantine: A 2020 E-Conference Series, via Zoom.

2021 – “The Osage Reign of Terror: Serial Murder Through the Lens of Genocide Studies,” Confronting the Chaos of War and Racial Violence in the U.S. South and Oklahoma Panel with Cameron Sauers, Beth Kruse, Jared Asser, and Shennette Garrett-Scott, Arch Dalrymple III Department of History University of Mississippi History Graduate Association Annual Conference, University of Mississippi, via Zoom.

2021 – “Survivor Transitional Narratives Panel Discussion,” a discussion of Dr. Dennis Klein’s Survivor Transitional Narratives of Nazi-Era Destruction: The Second Liberation (New York: Bloomsbury, 2019) with Dennis Klein, Adara Goldberg, Christine Thorpe, and Michael-Rotenberg-Schwartz, The Holocaust Resource Center of Kean University, Kean University, via Zoom (Video).

2021 – “Between Flower Child and Savage: The Political Misuse of Native American History,” Historian’s Panel: The Misuse of then Pre-Modern in the Modern World and How to Counter It with Courtney Krolikoski, Anna Peterson, Kelly Medlake, Elizabeth Keohane-Burbridge, and Ashley Ladner, Social Science Education Consortium Conference 2021.

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