Reconstructing Philadelphia: The Persistence of Racism and the African American Struggle for Political Power and Civil Rights in the Urban North, book manuscript in progress for University of Pennsylvania Press
“Old Philadelphians, the Great Migration, and the Irony of Progressive Politics” and “The 1960s and Expanding Ideas of Black Rights,” both chapters in James Wolfinger, ed., If There's No Struggle, There's No Progress: Black Politics In Twentieth Century Philadelphia, Temple University Press, 2022
The View from 125th Street: The Rise and Twilight of the Harlem Four and the Redefinition of Black Political Leadership in New York City, 1965 to 2010, book manuscript in progress
The Mayoralty W. Wilson Goode, Sr.: Race, Reform, and the Challenges of Governing an American Post-Industrial City, provisional title, book manuscript in progress
A fifth book project is current being conceptualized that will examine the origins and evolution of the Philadelphia Police Department and police brutality in the Quaker City at the intersections of race, class, gender, culture, capitalism, and politics.
“Notes from the Field,” The Historian, Volume 81, Issue 3 (Fall 2019), pp. 393-397.
“Race, Leadership, and the Local Machine: The Origins of the African American Struggle for Political Recognition and the Politics of Community Control in Philadelphia, 1915 to 1968.” Dissertation, defended on July 2013
“Suburban Populism: A Short History of Environmental Politics in the Pine Bush Region from 1950-1982.” Master’s thesis, State University of NY, Albany, defended April 2002.
Timothy J. Lombardo, Blue-Collar Conservatism: Frank Rizzo’s Philadelphia and Populist Politics in the Italian American Review (Spring 2020)
Margret Garb, Freedom’s Ballot: African American Political Struggles in Chicago from Abolition to the Great Migration in Middle West Review (April 2015)