“McClellan’s Epidemic: Disease and Disillusionment at Harrison’s Landing, July-August 1862,” Civil War History (forthcoming, 2018).
“Philadelphia’s Free Military School and the Radicalization of Wartime Officer Education, 1863-64,” The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (October 2017).
“Civil War Intelligence Activities and Operations,” in Encyclopedia of U.S. Intelligence. Taylor & Francis Group, 2015.
“Great God, What Does It Mean?: Lee’s Escape at Williamsport 150 Years Ago,” Origins: Current Events in Historical Perspective (July 2013).
“Pride in Popular History: The Case for Holding the Course,” Historically Speaking (Johns Hopkins University Press, vol. 13, no. 5 (November 2012), 7-9.
“Its Full Share of the Heroic Work: A Further Analysis of the 59th New York on July 3,” Gettysburg Magazine, no. 39 (July 2008), 83-92.
“Boys, Bury Me on the Field: The Forlorn and Forgotten 59th New York on Cemetery Ridge,” Gettysburg Magazine, no. 36 (January 2007), 103-115.
Book reviews in North Carolina Historical Review, The Historian, Northwest Ohio History, H-Net, Civil War Monitor, and Civil War Book Review.