University of Chicago, Ph.D., 2005
University of Chicago, M.A., 2001
Davidson College, B.A., 1997
Recognizing Heritage: The Politics of Multiculturalism in New Mexico. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press (2013).
Going to Hopi. Journal of the Southwest 55.2: 119–29 (2013).
Dealing with Difference: Heritage, Commensurability and Public Formation in Northern New Mexico. International Journal of Heritage Studies 16.4: 305–321 (2010).
History, Preservation, and Power at El Morro National Monument: Toward a Self-Reflexive Interpretive Practice. CRM: The Journal of Heritage Stewardship 7.1: 46–67 (2010).
Cross of the Martyrs and Commemorative Walkway. The Public Historian 29.4: 106–110 (2007)
Good Words: Chief Joseph and the Production of Indian Speech(es), Texts, and Subjects. Ethnohistory 54.3: 509–546 (2007).
Time For a Just Transition to a Better World. The Guilfordian Oct. 1, 2020.
The Disbelieving White Man. The Guilfordian Apr. 29, 2016.
Heritage, Adobe Architecture and Grief: Learning from Rina Swentzell. Green Fire Times Dec. 2015.
Reflections on the Española Plaza. Green Fire Times Mar. 2014.
Lessons from Las Trampas: Heritage Preservation and Land Justice in Northern New Mexico. La Jicarita: An Online Magazine of Environmental Politics in New Mexico Jan. 14, 2014.
The Trouble with Multiculturalism in New Mexico. Santa Fe New Mexican Dec. 21, 2013.