Digital Historical Practices,” Journal of Women’s History 33, no 2, Summer 2021.

With Kent K. Chang, “Feminist Bestsellers:  A Digital History of 1970s FeminismJournal of Cultural Analytics, April 20, 2021.

“Roundtable on Ian Milligan, History in the Age of Abundance: How the Web is Transforming Historical Research American Historical Review, 125 no. 4  (2020): 1337–1346. https://doi.org/10.1093/ahr/rhaa477.

with Katherine Pettine and Home Smalley, “Stunts and Sensationalism: The Pennsylvania Progressive Era Campaign for Women’s Suffrage.” Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies87, no. 4 (2020): 631-56. doi:10.5325/pennhistory.87.4.0631.

The Endless Night of Wikipedia’s Notable Woman Problem, Boundary 2, August 2018.

“Exceptionalism in Digital Humanities: Community, Collaboration, and Consensus” in Dorothy Kim and Jesse Stommel eds, Disrupting the Digital Humanities. (Punctum Books 2018).

The Great War through Women’s Eyes, Pennsylvania History, Vol. 84, No. 4 (Autumn 2017), pp. 452-461. (subscription access required)

Feminist Research Practices and Digital Archives, Australian Feminist Studies, Volume 32 (2017): 186-201. (subscription access required)

Network Analysis and Feminist Artists, Artl@s Bulletin, Volume 6, Issue 3, December 2017.

Revisiting “A Kind of Memo” from Casey Hayden and Mary KingWomen and Social Movements, March 2017.

“Till I’ve Done All That I Can” An Auxiliary Nurse’s Memories of World War I, Historical Reflexions/Réflexions Historique, 42,3 (December 2016): 71-90. (subscription access required)

Unghosting Apparitional Lesbian Histories, a scalar project, Ada, issue #4, June 2014.

Performing Prehistory: Would you rather be a goddess or a cyborg? Cheri Gaulke and Anne Gauldin’s ‘Malta Project’ n.paradoxa vol. 33 (January 2014) (subscription access required)

Looking For Lyotard: Beyond the Genre of the Feminist Art Manifesto, Trespassing, Spring 2013.

Toward a history of feminism, art, and social movements in the United States  Frontiers: A Journal of Women’s Studies 33,2 (2012): 22-54. (subscription access required)

Motherhood Online (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2012).

Fictive Families of History Makers: Historicity at the Los Angeles Woman’s Building, in Doin’ It in Public: Feminism and Art at the Woman’s Building (Los Angeles, Otis Art Institute, 2011), 66-93.

In The Name of Love: Feminist Art, The Women’s Movement, and History, in The Waitresses Unpeeled: Performance Art and Life, ed. Jerri Allyn and Anne Gauldin, (Los Angeles: Ben Maltz Gallery, Otis College of Art and Design, 2011).

Another Mother for Peace: Reconsidering Maternalist Peace Rhetoric from a Historical Perspective. Journal of the Motherhood Initiative.  1,1(2010):9-29.

Make Art Not War: Topographies of Anti-Nuclear Art in Late Cold War Los Angeles, International Journal of Regional and Local Studies 6,1(2010): 58-71.

MotherArt: Mother’s Activism at the Los Angeles Woman’s BuildingJournal of the Association for Research on Mothering Volume 5, 1 (2003):69-77.