|2022|| ‘Big’ and ‘little’ Quo Vadis? in the United States, 1913–1916: Using GIS to map rival modes of feature cinema during the transitional era.
Images: The International Journal of European Film, Performing Arts and Audiovisual Communication.
|2020|| Richard Abel, Motor City Movie Culture, 1916-1925.
Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film.
|2020|| Mapping Flat, Deep, and Slow: On the ‘Spirit of Place’ in New Cinema History.
TMG Journal for Media History.
|2011|| Where is Cinema? Invited contribution to a special omnibus article entitled Senses of Cinema-Going: Brief Reports on Going to the Movies Around the World.
Senses of Cinema.
|2001|| Like Nickels in a Slot: Children of the American Working Classes at the Neighborhood Movie House.
The Velvet Light Trap.
|1998|| Class markers in the mass movie audience: A case study in the cultural geography of moviegoing, 1926‐1932.
|1994|| The Place of Rhetoric in ’New’ Film Historiography: The Discourse of Corrective Revisionism.
Film History: An International Journal.
Studies in Systems, Decision and Control.
|2019|| Roll the Credits: Gender, Geography and the People's History of Cinema.
|2018|| Rural Cinema Exhibition and Audiences in a Global Context.
|2014|| Space, Place, and the Female Film Exhibitor: The Transformation of CInema in Small-Town New Hampshire During the 1910s.
|2013|| From Mom-and-Pop to Paramount-Publix: Selling the Community on the Benefits of National Theater Chains.
|2011|| Putting Cinema History on the Map: Using GIS to Explore the Spatiality of Cinema.
|2007|| Four Hours of Hootin’ and Hollerin’: Moviegoing and Everyday Life Outside the Movie Palace.
|2007|| Staying in the Moment: Hollywood, History, and the Politics of 9/11 Cinema.
|2001|| The Sensational Acme of Realism: Talker Pictures as Early Cinema Sound Practice.