“Displacement is the New Dispossession: A Word from Our Neighbors,” in More Art in the Public Eye. Duke University Press, 2020.
“(Dis)Placed Urban Histories: Combining Digital Humanities Pedagogy and Community Engagement” (with Zachary Coble) in Quick Hits for Teaching Digital Humanities: Successful Strategies from Award-Winning Teachers. Indiana University Press, 2020.
“Reusing Landholdings of the Archdiocese of New York for Low-Income Housing” in Dio Non Abita Più Qui: Dismissione di luoghi di culto e gestione integrata dei beni culturali ecclesiastici, ed. Fabrizio Capanni. Artemide Edizioni Press, 2019.
“De-Radicalizing Public Engagement” in City Amplified: Oral Histories and Radical Archives, eds. Prathibha Kanakamedala and Allison Guess. Center for the Humanities, The Graduate Center, City University of New York, 2019.
“Public Housing,” A History of the East Village and Its Architecture, Greenwich Village Society for Historical Preservation, December 2018.
“Board to Death?” Urban Omnibus (March 2018)
Envisioning Brooklyn: Family, Philanthropy, and the Growth of an American City (with Steven H. Jaffe). New York: Brooklyn Historical Society, 2017.
“Right to the City: Q&A with Rebecca Amato,” Drift, Volume 1: New York, 2015.
“Revolutionary Silver: The Story Behind a Myer Myers Coffeepot” and “Their ‘Noblest Work’: Robert R. Livingston, Thomas Jefferson, and the Louisiana Purchase,” City Courant: The Journal of the Museum of the City of New York, Spring 2014.
“Using radical public history tours to reframe urban crime” (with Jeffrey T. Manuel), Radical History Review, no. 113 (2012): 212-224.
“Lunchtime: How the School Lunch Program Began,” Uncensored Magazine (Summer 2011)
“The Business of Dinner: An Interview with Robert Kenner” (with Rahul Hamid), Cineaste Magazine 34:3 (2009), 38-41.
“On Empty Spaces, Silence, and the Pause” in Aesthetics of Gentrification: Seductive Spaces and Exclusive Communities in the Neoliberal City, eds. Christoph Lindner and Gerardo Sandoval. Forthcoming from Amsterdam University Press, 2021.
“Crossing the Gentrification Frontier: The Lower East Side Tenement Museum and the Blind-spots of Social History” in Radical Roots: Civic Engagement, Public History, and a Tradition of Social Justice Activism, ed. Denise Meringolo. Forthcoming from Amherst College Press, 2021.
“Radical Pedagogies/Radical Messages: A Conversation”, co-authored with Gabrielle Bendiner-Viani, Mary Rizzo, Dipti Desai, and Denise Meringolo in Radical Roots: Civic Engagement, Public History, and a Tradition of Social Justice Activism, ed. Denise Meringolo. Forthcoming from Amherst College Press, 2021.
“Emma Goldman,” “Henry Street Settlement,” and “Atlantic Yards.” A People’s Guide to New York City, eds. Carolina Bank Muñoz, Penny Lewis, and Emily Molina. Forthcoming from University of California Press, 2021.