Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles:
Kelly Easterday, Tim Paulson, Proxima DasMohapatra, Peter Alagona, Shane Feirer, and Maggi Kelly, “From the field to the cloud: A review of three approaches to sharing historical data from field stations using principles from data science,” Frontiers in Environmental Science 6 (2018).
Tim Paulson, “From ‘Knife Men’ to ‘Streamlining with Curves’: Structure, Skill, and Gender in British Columbia’s Meatpacking Industry,” BC Studies 193(Spring 2017): 115-145.
Peer-Reviewed Volume Chapters:
Peter S. Alagona and Tim Paulson, “From the Classroom to the Countryside: The University of California’s Natural Reserve System and the Role of Field Stations in American Academic Life,” Landscape and the Academy: Dumbarton Oaks Garden and Landscape Studies Series, ed. Jon Beardsley and Daniel Bluestone (Washington, DC: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library & Collection, 2019), 207-228.
Peter S. Alagona, Tim Paulson, Andrew B. Esch and Jessica Marter-Kenyon, “Population and Land Use,” Ecosystems of California, ed. Hal Mooney and Erika Zavaleta (Oakland, CA: University of California Press, 2016), 75-94.
Kashia Amber Arnold, Brian J. Griffith, and Tim Paulson, eds., Food Fights: A Global Perspective, [special issue of]Zapruder World, 5 (2019).
Review of Jack Stauder,The Blue and Green: A Cultural Ecological History of an Arizona Ranching Community(Las Vegas and Reno, NV: University of Nevada Press, 2016). The Public Historian39, no. 3 (August 2017): 137-139.
Review of Edward Payson Evans, Animal Trials(London: Hesperus Press, 2013 ) and Denis Hayes and Gail Boyer Hayes, Cowed: The Hidden Impact of 93 Million Cows on America’s Health, Economy, Politics, Culture, and Environment(New York: W.W. Norton and Co., 2015). Make Literary Magazine (2017), http://makemag.com/double-review-cowed-by-denis-and-gail-boyer-hayes-and-animal-trials-by-edward-payson-evans/.
Review of Scott Laderman, Empire in Waves: A Political History of Surfing(Oakland, CA: University of California Press, 2014). Make Literary Magazine (2016), http://makemag.com/review-empire-in-waves/.