Making His Own Run: The Life and Career of Spencer Fox Eccles (Forthcoming 2023)

The Fruits of Fracture: The Corporate West, The United Farm Workers Movement, and the Rise of Reaganism in American Politics (Forthcoming 2025)

Food Sovereignty: Convergence and Contradictions, Conditions and Challenges. Co-edited with Jun Borras, Eric Holt-Gimenez, Alberto Alonso-Fradejas, and Martha Robins. London: Routledge, 2018.

Articles and Book Chapters

“Agriculture and The New Deal ,” in Aaron D. Purcell, ed., Interpreting American History: The New Deal and the Great Depression (Kent State University Press, 2014), 49-64

“Farmer’s Market: Agribusiness and the Agrarian Imaginary in California and the Far West,” California History, vol. 90, no. 2 (summer 2013): 24-41

“Rivers of Gold, Valley of Conquest: The Business of Levies and Dams in the Capital City,” in Christopher Castaneda and Lee Simpson, eds., River City and Valley Life: An Environmental History of Sacramento, California (University of Pittsburg Press, 2013), 224-53

“Demise and Ascent: The Career of Thomas Kuchel and the Advent of the Reagan Right,” Boom: A Journal of California, volume 1, (winter 2011): 21-25

“The Economic Roots of Reaganism: Corporate Conservatives, Political Economy, and the United Farm Workers’ Movement, 1965-1970,” Western Historical Quarterly, volume 41, (spring 2010): 55-80

“The Swing Of The Political Pendulum: Congressman John Moss, the Democratic Party, and the United Farm Workers’ Grape Strike and Boycott, 1965-1970,” Southern California Quarterly, volume 88, (fall 2006): 295-338

Popular Publications and Editorials

“Tides of Tension: A Historical Look at Staff-Commissioner Relations in the California Coastal Commission,” 2016

“The Ever-Shrinking Middle Ground: Nelson Rockefeller in the Face of Reaganism,” Rockefeller Archive Center, 2011.

“History Lesson 101: The Grand Old Myth of Fiscal Conservatism,” History News Network, 1 November 2010.