The Media, the Academy and the Law: Assessing the Truth from the Protocols of the Elders of Zion to Holocaust Denial (co-editors, Deborah R. Kaufman, David Phillips, and James R. Ross), Oxford: Vallentine Mitchell Press (Frank Cass), 2006).
Critical Thinking Skills Using Primary Sources in World History (2004, J. Weston Walch Publishers), with Wendy Wilson.“Intellectual Property and the Historian in the New Millennium,” The Public Historian (Volume 26, Number 2, Spring, 2004), pp. 23-48.
“Creating the 21st Century ‘Historian for all Seasons,’” The Public Historian (Volume 25, Number 3, Summer, 2003), pp.93-102. Critical Thinking Skills Using Primary Sources in U. S. History (2000, J. Weston Walch Publishers), with Wendy Wilson.
“Chemical and Electronic Media in the Public History Movement,” The Public Historian (Volume 21, Number 3, Summer, 1999), pp. 111-125.
“The Great War Revisioned: World War I Filmography” in Peter C. 9 Rollins and John C. O’Connor, eds., Hollywood’s World War I Motion Picture Images (Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1997).
U.S. History on the Screen: Teacher’s Resource Book on Film and Video (1994, 2002, J. Weston Walch) with Wendy Wilson. The Pivotal Conflict: Comprehensive Chronology of the First World War (Greenwood Press, 1992).
World History on the Screen: Teachers Resource with Book on Film and Video 1990, 1995, 2003, J. Weston Walch), with Wendy Wilson Thompson.
“Developing Methodological Synthesis for Documentary Media Teaching”, Image as Artifact: The Historical Analysis of Film an Television, ed., John O’Connor (Krieger Publishers and the American Historical Association, 1990).
“Testbook with Learning Objectives and Film Guide” to accompany The Mainstream of Civilization, Fifth edition (Harcourt, race, Jovanovich, 1989, 1993), Film Guide Author.
“Wien 1910: An example of Nazi Anti-Semitism,” Film & History (Vol. XV, No. 3, September 1985), with Richard Geehr and John Heinemann.
“Palace Cars and Paradise” film review, Film and History Vol. XV No. 1, February, 1985), with Clay McShane. The Craft of Public History, chapter editor, “Media and History” (Greenwood Press, 1983).
Balancing on the Edge of the Void: Reader of Accompany the Film “Cabaret” (Northeastern Custom Books, 1981). Liner Booklet for the record album “The Peripatetic Debussy” (1980).
“For God and Country: Khartown as an Object Lesson for Global Policemen”, Film and History (Vol. IX, No 1, February 1979). Liner Notes for the record album “Grace and Beauty: Classic American Ragtime” (1979). 10
“The Development of an Educational System In History,” The Society for History Education, Network News Exchange, Vol. 3, No. 1, Fall 1977, pp. 14-16. The Romantic Vision, Text to accompany multi-media production (Northeastern University Press, 1975).
“Operation Barbarosa:” review for classroom use, Film and History, Vol. V, No. 3, September 1975. Windows to the Past, and educational system in Western Civ. including two workbooks in five editions (Northeastern University Press and Random House Publishers, 1973-1983), 130 packets of edited historical source materials covering four historical skills and the history of number of testing devices, instructors’ and peer tutors’ materials, and evaluation materials, and scripts for 34 video tapes incorporating audio collaboration with D.R. Allen, M.E. François, Patricia Keppler, Resources, Northeastern University and with the consulting assistance of members of the Department of History, Northeastern University. World War I: The Destroying Fathers Confirmed, Text to accompany multi-media production (Northeastern University, 1982)
“Mediated Instructional Model to Assure Student Competence in the History of Western Civilization,” International Journal of Instructional Media, Vol. 4 (3), 1976-77, pp. 217-227 (with Thomas E. Cyrs Jr.)
“Making Multimedia Lectures for Classroom Use: “ Case History,” Film and History, Vol. 11, No. 4, December 1972 Nicholas and Alexandra, Film and History, vol. 11, No. 1, February 1972) Classroom media reviews, Historians’ Film Committee Newsletter, Summer and Fall issues, 1971
Historians’ Guide to Non-Print Media (Under contract to Greenwood Press)