Articles in Forum on Public Policy: A Journal of the Oxford Round Table
- “Birth, Marriage, Honor & Poverty: Ramifications of Traditional Hindu Culture & Custom on Modern Indian Women.”
- “Looking Through Shattered Glass: The Career Trajectories of Carly Fiorina and Indra Nooyi.”
- Common Denominators in Successful Female Statecraft: The Political Legacies of Queen Elizabeth I, Indira Gandhi, and Margaret Thatcher
Articles Published Elsewhere
- “Effect of World War I on the German Community in Hawaii.”
- “Mission & Motivation: The Theology of the Early American Mission in Hawaii.”
- “When Unity is Torn Asunder: The Distressing Case of Thomas & Lucia Holman.”
- Hawaiian Music in Motion: Mariners, Missionaries, and Minstrels. By James Revell Carr. Western Historical Quarterly. Winter 2015.
- Missionaries in Hawai‘i: The Lives of Peter and Fanny Gulick, 1797-1883. By Clifford Putney.The New England Quarterly. March 2011.
- Possessing the Pacific: Land, Settlers, and Indigenous People from Australia to Alaska. By Stuart Banner.The Historian. 72:1. 243-244. Spring 2010.
- Honolulu: The First Century. By Gavan Daws. Hawaiian Journal of History. 42. 2008.
- Leaving Paradise: Indigenous Hawaiians in the Pacific Northwest 1787-1898.
By Jean Barman and Bruce McIntyre Watson. Pacific Historical Review. 76:4. 2007.
- North American Foreign Missions, 1810-1914: Theology, Theory, and Policy.
By William R. Shenk (editor) American Historical Review. 111:1. 2006.
- Pacific Pioneers: Japanese Journeys to America and Hawaii 1850-80.
By John E. Van Sant. Journal of American Ethnic History. 20:4. 2001.
- The Shipmans of East Hawaii.
By Emmett Cahill Hawaiian Journal of History. 31. 1997.
- Kona Echo: A Biography of Dr. Harvey Saburo Hayashi.
By Jiro Nakano, M.D. Hawaiian Journal of History. 25. 1991.
- Paths of Duty: American Missionary Wives in Nineteenth-Century Hawaii.
By Patricia Grimshaw Hawaiian Journal of History. 24.1990.
- The Bishop’s Progress: A Historical Ethnography of Catholic Missionary Experiences on the Sepik Frontier. By Mary Taylor Huber. American Anthropologist. 90:4.1988.