Academic Articles

Salvati, A. J. (2016). History bites: Mashing up history and gothic fiction in Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. Rethinking History, 20(1), 97-115. DOI: 10.1080/13642529.2016.1134923

Salvati, A. J. (2015). Podcasting the past: Hardcore History, fandom, and DIY histories [Peer Reviewed Article]. Journal of radio and audio media, 22(2), 231-239. DOI: 10.1080/19376529.2015.1083375

Bullinger, J. M. & Salvati, A. J. (2011). A theory of BrandWW2Reconstruction: Studies in contemporary culture, 11(4).

Book Chapters

Salvati, A. J. & Bullinger, J. M. (2013). Selective authenticity and the playable past. In M. W. Kappell & A. B. R. Elliott [Eds.], Playing with the past: Digital games and the simulation of history. London: Bloomsbury.

Academic Blog Posts

Salvati, A. J. (August 25, 2016). SoundingOut! Podcast #57: The Reykjavik Sound Walk. SoundingOut!

Salvati, A. J. (June 3, 2016). Making America great again: Nostalgia, hucksterism, and the empty signifier. In Media Res.

Salvati, A. J. (May 22, 2015). Hardcore historian: The amateur as expert. In Media Res.

Salvati, A. (May, 2014). That Infernal Racket: Sound, Anxiety, and the IBM Computer in AMC’s Mad Men. Souding Out!

Salvati, A. (April, 2014). DIY Histories: Podcasting the Past. Sounding Out!

Salvati, A. (January, 2014). The play of history. Play The Past.

Book Reviews

Salvati, A.J. (January 2014). [Review of book Prophets of the fourth estate: Broadsides by press critics of the Progressive era, by Amy Reynolds & Gary Hicks]. Jhistory, H-Net Reviews

Salvati, A.J. (June, 2013). [Review of book Journalism and realism: Rendering American life, by Thomas B. Connery]. Jhistory, H-Net Reviews.

Salvati, A. J. (October, 2012). [Review of book From alphabet to internet: Media in our lives, by Irving Fang]. Jhistory, H-Net Reviews.

Salvati, A. J. (July 2012). Tempest in a teapot [Review of book The rise of the Tea Party: Political discontent and corporate media in the age of Obama, by Anthony DiMaggio]. Jhistory, H-Net Reviews.

Salvati, A. J. (June 2011). The contested pasts of World War II [Review of book The “good war” in American memory, by John Bodnar]. Jhistory, H-Net Reviews.


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