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My writing generally focuses on the intersections of history, law, science, and technology combined with broader social factors like, for example, race, class, gender, disability, geography, and so on.
My PhD dissertation is focused on the historical impact of technology on privacy law from around 1800 to 1970. I expect to defend in 2018.
I write and publish both rigorously researched and developed academic materials and more informally produced articles. I always strive for reasoned argument, but without neglecting the emotional and human underpinnings of everything (I don’t always succeed).
Additional academic work I have produced is listed on Google Scholar. More informal material is available at in propria persona.
Recently at in inpropria persona:
- Research note: Howard B. White on science and privacy (1951)
- "If an arbitration agreement isn’t accessible, is it still valid?"
- Research note: The “picket line” of national quarantine (1897)
- "The home is about more than property"
- Research note: Property, the home, and Carpenter v. United States
- "Democracy and the privacy of communications (1967)"