"Hermaphrodites and Same-Sex Sex in Early America,” in Thomas Foster, ed., Long Before Stonewall: Histories of Same-Sex Sexualities in Early America (New York: New York University Press, 2007), 144-163.
“Revelation, Witchcraft, and the Danger of Knowing God’s Secrets,” in Catherine Brekus, ed. Women and American Religion (Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, 2007), 73-90.
“Otherworldly Visions: Angels, Devils, and Gender in Puritan New England,” in
Alexandra Walsham and Peter Marshall, eds., Angels in the Early
Modern World (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006), 282-96.
“Impossible Hermaphrodites: Intersex in America, 1620-1960” Journal of American
History 92 (September 2005), 411-41.
“Teaching Transgender History, Identity, and Politics,” in Radical History Review
(Winter 2004), 166-77.
“Hermaphrodites in Early America” in The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Sex, Courtship, and Sexuality Throughout History: Volume Three (Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, 2006).
“Hermaphrodites in Nineteenth-Century America” in The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Sex, Courtship, and Sexuality Throughout History: Volume Four (Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, 2006).
“Salem Witch Trials,” in Oxford Encyclopedia of Women in World History (New York:
Oxford University Press, 2006).
Guest Editor of Special Issue on Witchcraft, Organization of American Historians,
Lisa Duggan, Sapphic Slashers: Sex, Violence, and American Modernity, in Sexualities 5 (June 2002), 252-53.
Janet Moore Lindman and Michele Lise Tarter, eds., A Centre of Wonders: The Body in Early America, in Journal of the Early Republic (Summer 2002), 297-99.
Erik Seeman, Pious Persuasions: Laity and Clergy in Eighteenth-Century New England, in Journal of American History (September 2001).
Ann Taves, Fits, Trances, and Visions: Experiencing Religion and Explaining Experience from Wesley to James, in Women’s Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 30 (September 2001), 703-05.
Elaine Forman Crane, Ebb Tide in New England: Women, Seaports, and Social Change, 1630-1800, in The Eighteenth Century: A Current Bibliography (Fall 2001).
Rebecca Larson, Daughters of Light: Quaker Women Preaching and Prophesying in the Colonies and Abroad, 1700-1775, in Journal of American History 87 (June 2000), 27.
Lisa Wilson, Ye Heart of a Man: The Domestic Life of Men in Colonial New England, in American Historical Review (April 2000), 537-38.
Bryan LeBeau, The Story of the Salem Witch Trials: “We Walked in Clouds and Could Not See Our Way,” in The William and Mary Quarterly 56 (January 1999), 205-8.
Peter Hoffer, The Salem Witchcraft Trials: A Legal History, in Journal of American History 85 (September 1998), 652-54.
Linda Kerber, Toward an Intellectual History of Women, in Women’s Review of Books 15 (March 1998), 19-21.
Robert Fuller, Naming the Antichrist: The History of an American Obsession, in Journal of American History 84 (June 1997), 195-97.
Cedric Cowan, The Saving Remnant: Religion and the Settling of New England, in Journal of American History 83 (December 1996), 1000-1002.
Bernard Rosenthal, Salem Story: Reading the Witch Trials of 1692, in Journal of American History 81 (March 1995), 1674.
Women's and Gender Studies, U.S. Women's History, History of Sexuality, Women and Religion, Early America
U.S. Women’s History Survey (2 quarter sequence, 1600 to the present)
Introduction to Women’s Studies
Feminist Research Issues
Sex and Medical Ethics (colonial period to present)
Theorizing Marriage (colonial period to present)
Religion and Sexuality in American History (colonial period to present)
Women and Religion in the U.S. (colonial period to present)
History of Sexuality in America (colonial period to present)
Women and Witchcraft in America (colonial period to present)
Transgender History, Identity, and Politics
Colonial and Revolutionary America
Departmental and university committees, including the Women's and Gender Studies Program Committee, the UO Scholastic Review Committee (2006-07; chair 2007- 2010), UO Undergraduate Council (2007-2010), Humanities Center faculty advisory board (2007-2009); Center for the Study of Women in Society grant committee (2009); LGBT Standing Committee (2006-08), Faculty Liaison for the Foreign Studies Program Committee for the Gender, Sexuality, and Identity Program in the Netherlands.
National Endowment for the Humanities, Evaluator for Summer Stipends, 2007.
Conference Committee, Society for the History of the Early Republic (SHEAR), 2008.
North American Section Editor on the History of Women and Gender, History
Compass, on-line, peer-reviewed journal published by Blackwell Publishing
Association, Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture,
American Studies Association, American Academy of Religion, Western
Association of Women Historians, American Association for the History of Medicine, American Society for Bioethics and Humanities
Community Member of Sacred Heart Medical Center’s Ethics Committee, Eugene, Oregon, 2009-present
RECENT COMMUNITY LECTURES AND MEDIA APPEARANCES
“The Other Salem,” Mission Mill Museum, Salem, OR, October 2008.
"What's a Witch to do in 1692?" Redmond Public Library, October 2007.
“The History of Intersex in America,” Mother Kali’s Bookstore, Eugene, July 2006.
Panel Moderator, “The Gender Evolution: Being Transgendered,” University of
Oregon, October, 2001.
Invited Convocation address, “Witchcraft and Witch-hunting at the Other Salem,”
Willamette University, Salem, Oregon, 1999.
“Lewinsky and Clinton: Modern-Day Witch-hunt?,” essay on KLCC, Eugene, Oregon.
NPR affiliate, 1998.
Feature interview on angels in America for Talking History, syndicated National Public
Radio program, June 2001.
Feature interview on Salem witchcraft for Talking History, syndicated National Public