Publications

“Dominik Richert,” in 1914–1918 online. International Encyclopedia of the First World War, ed. by Ute Daniel, Peter Gatrelle, Oliver Janz, Heather Jones, Jennifer Keene, Alan Kramer, and Bill Nasson, issued by Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin 2018-08-18. DOI: 10.15463/ie1418.666 (forthcoming). 

“Settlement and Colonization in the German Moorlands, 1871–1933,” Perspectives on Europe (Spring 2015): 128–132.

 

Book Reviews

Review of Natural Interests: The Contest over Environment in Modern France, by Caroline Ford, Environmental History 24 no. 1 (forthcoming January 2019).

Review of Creating Wilderness: A Transnational History of the Swiss National Park, by Patrick Kupper, German History 33 no. 4 (December 2015): 679–680.

 

Article Manuscripts in Preparation

 “‘The Largest Mass Experiment’: Hunger and the Limits of Need during the First World War”

Blogs and Online Media

“Claude Eatherly, the Bomb, and the Atomic Age,” JHIBlog (Blog of the Journal of the History of Ideas) (July 20, 2016). View here.

“Eating for Others: The Nineteenth-Century Vegetarian Movement in Germany,” JHIBlog (Blog of the Journal of the History of Ideas) (Aug. 24, 2016). View here.

“Green Internationalism and the European Countryside,”JHIBlog (Blog of the Journal of the History of Ideas) (Jan. 27, 2016). View here.

“The ‘Conquest of the Sun’ and Ideas about Energy,” JHIBlog (Blog of the Journal of the History of Ideas) (Nov. 25, 2015). View here.

“‘Jules Verne would Roll Over in his Grave,’ or Alfred Döblin on the Future,” JHIBlog (Blog of the Journal of the History of Ideas) (March 11, 2015). View here.

(Interviewed) Hallie Lieberman, “Eating a Hamburger in Hamburg, Germany,” Eater (May 25, 2017). View here.