“’Well Paid for a Woman’: Gloria Hardman’s 50-Year Career in Computing,” IEEE: Annals of the History of Computing, July-Sept. 2022
“Breaking up with your favorite racist childhood classic books,” Washington Post, 16 May 2021
“How to diversify the classics. For real.” The Oxford University Press Blog, 11 Feb. 2020.
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“7 questions we should ask about children’s literature.” The Oxford University Press Blog, 19 Sept. 2017.
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Children’s Literature and the Left. Special issue co-edited with Julia Mickenberg. Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 30.4 (Winter 2005).
- Read this issue (available to subscribers of ProjectMuse).