Last week I was delighted to receive my copy of the latest issue of Early Popular Visual Culture, which includes an article I wrote about the use of the stereoscope in American schools (the cover even features an image from my essay!) The full citation, for the record, is “Democracy and Discipline: Object Lessons and the Stereoscope in American Education, 1870-1920,” Early Popular Visual Culture, 10:2. pp. 147-167. It was so exciting to see the piece in print (particularly as it also represents a portion of my forthcoming dissertation) and really nice to be in such good company. Here’s a link to the issue’s table of contents; check it out!