"Choosing to Be a Subject: Loyalist Women in the Revolutionary Atlantic World": Sarah Chambers, Norling, Lisa, Journal of Women's History, 20:1, 39-62, 2008.
Faculty member, Munson Institute in American Maritime Studies, Mystic Seaport Museum, Mystic CT 2001 - present
Co-Chair: Local Resources Committee for the 2007 Organization of American Historians annual Meeting.
Exhibit Consultant and Member, Advisory Board, U.S.S. Constitution Museum, Boston, MA 2002 - present
Co-Chair: Local Arrangements Committee for the 2008 Berkshire Conference of Women's History.
Director of Undergraduate Studies: History Department.
"Historians in the Schools" program with the St Paul Public Schools: Teaching American History grant-funded program of professional development in American history for St Paul social studies teachers, grades 7-12. January 2006 - June 2008
Commerce and Coverture in Early America: through a case study of 18th-century Massachusetts "she-merchant" Kezia Coffin, a reconsideration of colonial women's work and entrepreneurship. ongoing - none
Oceanic Crossings: traveling women’s experiences at sea in the 18th century, the gender and class dynamics in early modern oceanic travel. ongoing -
L. Byrne Waterman Award for Outstanding Contribution to Whales- and Whaling-Related Research and Pedagogy in the Arts, Humanities, and Sciences, the Kendall Institute of the New Bedford Whaling Museum, 2002 - none
Frederick Jackson Turner Award for best first book in American History, Organization of American Historians for Captain Ahab Had a Wife., 2001 - none
John Lyman Award for best book in American Maritime History, North Atlantic Society for Oceanic History for Captain Ahab Had a Wife., 2001 - none
McKnight Land Grant Professorship, none - none
Log of Mystic Seaport Prize Article Award, 1989 - none
Hist 1908 - Making Minnesota, 1766-1862
Hist 3347/WoSt 3407 - Women in Colonial and Victorian America
Hist 3351 - American Maritime History
Hist 5857 - Proseminar: Readings in the History of American Women
Hist 8857 - Research in the Social History of American Women
Liberal Studies 5100 - Voyages: Clarity, Madness, and Transformation of the Sea
WoSt 8101 - Intellectual History of Western Feminism
WoSt 8940 - Feminism & History
Hist 5910 - Readings in Antebellum and Civil War-era U.S. History
Hist 1301W - Introduction to U.S. History, 1600-1880