Some of my academic work is on my academia.edu page – check it out!

I also contribute to various academic blogs. You can see them here:


Combating the Haters: Social Media and Public Memory in Contemporary Germany, August 1, 2012

Douglas Cardinal Project

Hate 2.0: Combating Right-Wing Extremism in the Age of Social Technology Several of my blog posts for this collaborative research project at Carleton University are listed below:

Humour as a Means to Challenge Hate

Performing Opposition

Picturing the Everyday: How Social Media Helps Historians

Search, Mine, and Collect: Our Digital Humanities Methodology

Xenophobia and the “Beautiful Game” – How Hate is Manifested on the Pitch

Jewish Montreal of Yesterday – Jewish Public Library Archives

A Disgruntled Mother, July 13, 2010

Golden Gloves, August 2, 2010

Summer Camping, August 13, 2010

The War Charities, July 9, 2010

The Y and the 1936 Olympics, July 19, 2010

Past@Present, Department of History, UMass Amherst

From Preservation to Digitization: Thinking About Archives in the 21st Century, October 31, 2013

Likes, Shares, and LOLs: UMass History Writer-in-Residence Rebecca Onion on How History is Faring on the Web, March 10, 2016

Writing Women in the Digital Age, March 26, 2014