Julie's work has been featured in scholarly publications as well as popular outlets. Below are some selections and ongoing projects.
Book Manuscript (in progress)
Currently, Julie is completing "Dear Reader, Dear America: Advice Columns and Virtual Communities in a Pre-Internet Age," a book manuscript based on her dissertation.
Making WATERFRONT: Medium.com blogging series (January 2018 -)
Julie chronicled how the BHS public history team conceived, researched, and developed WATERFRONT, a long-term exhibition and multimedia experience at Brooklyn Historical Society DUMBO. Start with "131 Miles and Countless Stories: Finding the Lost Histories of Brooklyn's Waterfront."
"Courting Women, Courting Advertisers: The Woman's Page and the Transformation of the American Newspaper, 1895-1935" (December 2016)
Julie's article appeared in the December 2016 issue of Journal of American History, Examining a national sample of newspapers and trade journal advertisements over forty years, Julie argued that gender shaped the content and marketing strategies of American newspaper publishers in ways that persisted well after the decline of the woman’s page.
"A New Way to Teach in the Archives" (May/June 2014)
This article, which appeared in the May/June 2014 issue of Archival Outlook, revealed the innovative findings of BHS's Students and Faculty in the Archives project and outlined the pedagogical resources available on the award-winning website TeachArchives.org.
"The Emancipation Proclamation: Americans Respond" (December 2013-February 2014)
This blogging series, in conjunction with a BHS exhibition of the same name, examined the varied ways that Americans of different backgrounds, regions, and beliefs responded to the Emancipation Proclamation and to the topic of slavery during the Civil War.