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A Social History of Early Rock’n’Roll in Germany: Hamburg from Burlesque to The Beatles, 1956-69 (Bloomsbury Academic Press, 2018)
- podcast on a "Social History of Early Rock ‘n’ Roll in Germany" with New Books Network
“Sites of Corruption, Sites of Liberation: Hamburg-St. Pauli and the Contested Spaces of Early Rock’n’Roll,” Contemporary European History (2017).
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"'Assembly Line of Joys': Touring Hamburg's Red Light District, 1949-1966," Central European History 42:1 (March 2009)
"The Shopper as Voter: Women, Politics and Advertising in Post-Inflation Germany," German Studies Review 27:3 (October 2004)
Winning Women's Votes: Politics and Propaganda in Weimar Germany (University of North Carolina Press, 2002)
"John Lennon, Autograph Hound: The Fan-Musician Community in Hamburg's Early Rock and Roll Scene, 1960-65," Transformative Works and Cultures 6 (2001)