Journal Articles

“Women and Automobiles Across Two Continents: An [Unfortunately] Brief Historiography of Women’s Automotive Scholarship in Australia and America.” Automotive History Review Manuscript in Press.

“What Would Miss Daisy Drive? The Road Trip Film, the Automobile, and the Woman Driver.” The Journal of Popular Culture 54.5 (Oct 2021): 987-1011.

“McCann & Me: One Woman’s Experience in Detroit Automotive Advertising.” Automotive History Review 62 (Spring 2021): 4-16.

“Born to Drive: Elderly Women’s Recollections of Early Automotive Experiences.” The Journal of Transport History 40.3 (2019): 395-417.

“A Woman and Her Truck: Pickups, the Woman Driver, and Cowgirl Feminism.” European Journal of American Culture 38.2 (2019): 135-53.

“Where on the Web is Dorothy Haener? Recovering Dorothy Haener from Labor, Automotive, and Women’s Histories.” Automotive History Review 59 (Spring 2019): 34-49.

“Out on the Highway: Cars, Community, and the Gay Driver.” Culture, Society, and Masculinities 7.2 (2015): 121-139.

“Women Auto Know: Automotive Knowledge, Auto Activism, and Women’s Online Car Advice.” Feminist Media Studies(2014): 1-17.

“Born to Take the Highway: Women, the Automobile, and Rock ‘n’ Roll.” The Journal of American Culture 36.3 (2013): 161-176.

“Women with Muscle: Contemporary Women and the Classic Muscle Car.” Frontiers: A Journal of Women’s Studies 34.2 (2013): 83-113.

“The Evolution of the Chick Car, or What Came First, the Chick or the Car?” The Journal of Popular Culture 45.3 (2012): 516-531.

Book Chapter

“From Powder Puff to W Series: The Evolution of All-Women Racing in Motorsports History.” Lives in the Fast Lane: Essays on the History and Politics of Motor Racing. D. Andrews, D. Strum, & S. Wagg (eds). London: Palgrave Macmillan. Manuscript in Press.


Power Under Her Foot: Women Enthusiasts of American Muscle Cars. Jefferson SC: McFarland & Co., Inc., 2018.


Dissertation: “Have You Heard the One About the Woman Driver? Chicks, Muscle, Pickups, and the Reimagining of the Woman Behind the Wheel.” Bowling Green State University, 2015.

Master’s Thesis: “Women and Car Culture in Cyberspace: Empowerment and Car Talk in the Internet User Group.” Eastern Michigan University, 2009.


Candacy Taylor. Overground Railroad: The Green Book and the Roots of Black Travel in America. In SAH Journal 313 (November/December 2021): 13.

Gary S. Cross. Machines of Youth: America’s Car Obsession. In Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth 13.1 (Winter 2020): 142-144.

David Lawrence Miller. The State of American Hot Rodding: Interviews on the Craft and the Road Ahead. In SAH Journal 295 (November/December 2018): 14-15.

Darwin Holstrum & Melinda Keefe, eds. Life is a Highway: A Century of Automotive Writing. In Journalism History 37.2 (2011): 124-125.

Peer Reviews

Book Chapter: Gender, Feminist and Queer Studies: Power, Privilege, and Inequality in a Time of Neoliberal Conservatism

European Journal of American Culture

Transfers: Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies

Automotive History Review