- Whitman's Drum Taps and Washington's Civil War Hospitals-- An analysis of the transformation in Whitman's writing as a result of his experience in the hospitals of the Civil War. This site stands as part of the American Studies Capitol Project.
- Working Class Whites' Project-- This project was completed as an independent project for American cultural studies. It deals with the role of lower socioeconomic class whites as a social scapegoat in the 1990's. It analyzes their cultural identity within literature, film and related media.
- Virgin Land Project-- This project was completed as part of a group of sites used to contextualize Henry Nash Smith's Virgin Land. It contains an analysis of four Southwestern humor character types along with bios of the authors and examples of original drawings.
- Twain Site Project-- This seminar project was completed for Dr Steve Railton's graduate course "Mark Twain and His Times." It contains an anthology of the most popular Southwestern humor sketches along with author and publisher biographies.
- Detocqueville Project--This project is one of a group that contextualize Democracy in America by filling in surrounding information about early nineteenth century America.
- Andrew Jackson Project-- This site examines the role of Andrew Jackson as an image of his time.
- Holocaust Museum Site--This site was originally produced by a 1995 member of the American Studies program. I revised the site by adding some background documents, bibliographical information and proof work.
- Social Science Yellow Pages-- Edited and maintained a directory of online sites addressing various social science categories, such as history, geography and economics.
- Regional Yellow Pages-- Created a directory of valuable online sites concerning regional issues.