My research and professional work is in public history and the history of public policy in the U.S. from the 1860s to 1920s. I am working on a book on racial justice and law in New York City in the fifty years after the Civil War. For undergraduates: I advise the History of Public Policy major and teach courses for that major (History 7, 170A&B, 172A&B), teach in the World History series (2C) and American People series (17C), and teach undergraduate courses in Public History (192, 102DR). For graduates: I teach in the Graduate Program in Public History, cooperating with the faculty of California State University Sacramento in offering a joint PhD in the field. For the journal THE PUBLIC HISTORIAN, published in partnership with The National Council for Public History, I continue to serve as a senior consulting editor, and encourage public historians with projects for publication to contact Editor James Brooks (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Managing Editor Sarah Case (email@example.com).