Essays & Articles

My academic life included the publication of three books, many book chapters and dozens of articles. Recently I have phased out of “scholarly” prose to a more personal style without footnotes. The works identified here are relatively recent and demonstrate a mixture of work with and without citations.  

Several of the selected pieces can be accessed by clicking on a web address. Others are printed in PDF format and hot links will lead you to the prose.

"Who Shall Perish By Zyklon B Gas," American Jewish World, Vol. 103, No. 2, September 2014.

Foreword to Wholeistic Dentistry, Bette Jo Arnett, Beaver's Pond Press, 2011.

A Guide to Readers and Writers: An Interview With J.C. Hallman," A View From the Loft, December, 2009.

• "Collecting Woman’s Ingenuity.” (with Sandra Brick), Prototype (Smithsonian Institution), March 2009. 

• “Poetry Is Dead? So They Say . . .,” Whistling Shade (Literary Journal), Vol. 8, No. 1, Spring 2008.

• “Neshama: Visions of the Soul,” American Jewish World, April 2008.

• “Inventing Music Education Games,” (with David Ghere). British Journal of Music Education, Cambridge University Press, Vol. 24, No. 1, 2007, pp. 55-75.

•  “Adventures in Museum Research,” Museum News, November/December, 2005.

• “Women of Mettle,” Women of Metal, Washington Antiques, Vol. 49, 2004.

• “It’s Not A Man’s World Anymore!” Inventors Digest, March/April