Astronomy’s Evolving Gender Dynamics, April 4, 2016, The Atlantic
The Deep-Rooted Racism of Science, March 11, 2016, Quartz
Where Do You Do Your Barnacles? Lessons from Charles Darwin on Working from Home, May 28, 2015, Quartz
First Blood Transfusion: A History, April 22, 2015, JSTOR Daily
When Do Official Documents Belong to the Public? March 30, 2015, TheAtlantic.com
When Do We Say ‘We’ in History? March 10, 2015, religionandpolitics.org
Left to Her Own Devices, January 27, 2015, Los Angeles Review of Books
The Sources of Creationism’s Disjointed Science, October 8, 2014, religionandpolitics.org.
Sources and Further Reading: Martin Rudwick, Bursting the Limits of Time: The Reconstruction of Geohistory in the Age of Revolution (Chicago, 2005); Rhoda Rappaport, When Geologists were Historians, 1665-1750 (Cornell, 1997); David N. Livingstone, Adam’s Ancestor’s: Race, Religion, and the Politics of Human Origins (Johns Hopkins, 2008); Ronald Numbers, The Creationists: From Scientific Creationism to Intelligent Design (Harvard, 2006).
Why Anti-Vaccination Movements Can Never Be Tamed, July 22, 2014, religionandpolitics.org
The Mortality of Paper, July 10, 2014, TheAtlantic.com.
What the Show Cosmos Gets Wrong About Religion–And Science, April 16, 2014, religionandpolitics.org