- With Diana B. Turk, Robert Cohen, & Michael Stoll, M., Teaching Recent Global History: Dialogues among Historians, Social Studies Teachers, and Students (2014), Routledge: http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415897082/
- Disciplined Development: Teachers and Reform in Ghana (2006), Lexington Books. A sample: Dull, Intro and Ch. 1
Journal Articles (write email@example.com for copies)
- Missing in Action: Africans in History Textbooks. World History Connected, 18(1): 1-17. Dull, Missing
- Teaching African enslavement: A pluralistic approach (2018), The History Teacher, 51(2): 189-220. Dull, Teaching African Enslavement
- Teaching for Humanity in a Neoliberal World: Visions of Education in Serbia (2012), Comparative Education Review, 56(3), 511-533.
- ‘Some people don’t deserve help’: Service Learning in Serbia (2009), Intercultural Education, 20(1), 51-60.
- With Sonia E. Murrow, Is Dialogic Questioning Possible in Social Studies?(2008), Theory and Research in Social Education, 36(4), 391-412.
- With Delinda van Garderen, Putting the Story Back into History: Teaching Social Studies to Students with Disabilities (2005), Preventing School Failure, 49(3), 27-31.
- Democracy and Discipline in Ghanaian Education (2004), International Journal of Educational Development, 24(3), 303-314.
- Friendly Africans, Deceptive White Men: Ghanaian Narratives of the Nation (2004), Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, 4(1), 2-18.
Other Papers and Conference Proceedings
- With Robert Cohen (2017), Teaching about the feminist rights revolution: Ruth Bader Ginsburg as ‘The Thurgood Marshall of Women’s Rights.’ The American Historian. RBG Article only, TAH
- With Diana Turk, No More Disrespect: Teaching All students to Question Right and Wrong in History. (2015). Chapter 15 in P.L. Thomas, P.R. Carr, J. Gorlewski, and B. Porfilio (Eds.), Pedagogies of Kindness and Respect: On the Lives and Education of Children. Peter Lang USA.
- With Ashley Wagner and Philip Mavrikis, Do the advantages of nuclear energy outweigh the risks? (2014) Social Science Docket, 14(1), 29-30.
- Historical Thinking in Difficult Times (2014), in Popov, N., et al. (Eds.) Education’s Role in Preparing Globally Competent Citizens (pp. 265-269). Bulgarian Comparative Education Society Conference Books, Sofia, BCES 2014
- “Why not rest a bit before you rush on?” (2013), Toward Globalization of Korean Studies (Newsletter, Center for International Affairs, Academy of Korean Studies) 104. http://www.ikorea.ac.kr/webzine/1303/column_eng.asp
- Teaching about School Funding in Good Times and Bad (2011), Social Science Docket, 11(1), 17-19. http://people.hofstra.edu/alan_j_singer/docket-2011-1.html
- Learning for life in Serbia (2009). In N. Popov et al. (Eds.), Comparative education, teacher training, education policy, social exclusion, and child psychology (pp. 248-252). BCES Conference Books, Sofia.
- The scramble for Africa: An exercise in literacy and history (2008). Social Science Docket, 8(2), 72-73. http://faculty.newpaltz.edu/lauradull/files/SS-Docket-Scramble.pdf
- Interpreting the present as an archaeologist: An introductory social studies activity (2004). Trends and Issues (Florida Council for the Social Studies), Summer, 35-36. http://faculty.newpaltz.edu/lauradull/files/Trends-and-Issues.pdf