* Indicates graduate student co-authors.

Michael Fuhlhage, “ ‘A Spirit of Unconditional Loyalty to Government’: The Founding of a Pro-War, Pro-Lincoln Newspaper in 1863 Brooklyn,”American Journalism Historians Association, Little Rock, Ark., 2017. Research in Progress.

Michael Fuhlhage, “The South through British Eyes: Journalism of Thomas Butler Gunn at the Dawn of the Confederacy,” International Communication Association, San Diego, 2017.

Michael Fuhlhage, “Southern Intrigues and Northern Suspicions: Newspapers as Open-Source Intelligence in the Secession Crisis,” Symposium on the 19th Century Press, Civil War, and Free Expression, 2016.

Michael Fuhlhage, “Actionable Fact and the Genesis of Objectivity in Nineteenth-Century Journalism,” AJHA, 2016. Research in Progress.

Michael Fuhlhage, Sarah Walker*, Jade Metzger*, Nick Prephan*, “When Secessionism Went Viral: The Spread of News in the South at the Dawn of the Confederacy 1860-61,” Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference, New York, 2016.

Michael Fuhlhage, “The Short, Happy Life of the Cincinnati Daily Unionist,” American Journalism Historians Association annual convention, Oklahoma City, 2015.

Michael Fuhlhage, “El Gringo, Travel Writing, and the Colonization of the Southwest: W. W. H. Davis’ Journalism in New Mexico,” Presented to the History Division, AEJMC annual conference, San Francisco, California, 2015.

Michael Fuhlhage, Donald L. Shaw, Lynette Holman, and Jason Moldoff, “Blowing Embers: An Exploration of the Agenda-Setting Power of Books.” Presented to the Communication Theory & Methodology Division, AEJMC annual conference, San Francisco, California, 2015.

Michael Fuhlhage, “Framing and Flows of News in the Struggle to Abolish Slavery in Antebellum Kansas.” Presented to the History Section, International Association for Mass Communication Research,” Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 2015.

Michael Fuhlhage, “To Limit the Spread of Slavery: A Boston Journal Correspondent’s Multiple Roles in the Kansas Free State Movement.” Presented to the American Journalism Historians Association annual convention, St. Paul, Minn., 2014.

Michael Fuhlhage, “Josiah Gregg’s Vision of New Mexico: An Exploration of Early Othering About Mexicans in Commerce of the Prairies,” History Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Montreal, 2014.

Michael Fuhlhage, “Evolution of the Mexican Image in the Reporting of George Wilkins Kendall of the New Orleans Picayune, 1841-1867,” American Journalism Historians Association annual convention, New Orleans, Louisiana, September 2013.

Michael Fuhlhage and *Julia Watterson, “A Confederate Journalist Imprisoned in the North: The Case of Edward A. Pollard,” History Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual conference, Washington, D.C., August 2013. A previous version of this paper was presented at the AEJMC Southeast Colloquium, Tampa, Fla., March 2013. 

Michael Fuhlhage, “A Tale of Two Hostages: E. A. Pollard, A. D. Richardson, and the Media Construction of Civil War Prisons,” Auburn University-Montgomery Liberal Arts College Southern Studies Conference, Montgomery, Ala., February 2013.

Michael Fuhlhage, “We Choose to Be Here: The North Carolina Latino Immigrant Press in the Early 2000s,” Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference, New York, March 2013.

Michael Fuhlhage, “Brave Old Spaniards and Indolent Mexicans: J. Ross Browne, Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, and the Social Construction of Off-Whiteness,” American Journalism Historians Association, Raleigh, N.C., October 2012. Outstanding Faculty Paper Award and Outstanding Paper on a Minorities Topic Award.

Michael Fuhlhage, “A Confederate Journalist Imprisoned in the North: The Case of Edward A. Pollard,” American Journalism Historians Association annual convention, Raleigh, N.C., October 2012, research in progress.

Michael Fuhlhage, “Undocumented Workers and Immigration Reform: Thematic vs. Episodic Coverage in a Rural Kansas Community Daily,” Community Journalism Interest Group, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual conference, Chicago, Ill., August 2012. Top Faculty Paper.

Michael Fuhlhage, “A Northern Reporter’s Correspondence, Capture, and Escape During the American Civil War,” History Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual conference, Chicago, August 2012. Third-place Faculty Paper Award. A previous version of this paper was presented at the AEJMC Southeast Colloquium, Blacksburg, Va., March 2012.

Michael Fuhlhage, “The Mexican Image in the Southern Mind: De Bow’s Review in the Era of Manifest Destiny,” American Journalism Historians Association annual convention, Kansas City, Mo., October 2011.

Michael Fuhlhage, “A. D. Richardson: Horace Greeley’s Commander in the Field During the Civil War,” American Journalism Historians Association annual convention, Kansas City, Mo., research in progress, October 2011.

Michael Fuhlhage, “‘Mexicans, Indians, and the Worst Kind of White Men’: Bayard Taylor’s Construction of Mexican Identity,” History Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual convention, St. Louis, Mo., August 2011.

Giovanna Dell’Orto, Charles Ramirez Berg, Clara Rodríguez, Federico Subervi Velez, and Michael Fuhlhage, “Communication as Central to Understanding Identity: Latino Representations in Mainstream and Chicano Media, 1840-2010,” International Communication Association annual convention, Boston, 2011.

Michael Fuhlhage, “The Protestant Crusade in Print: Anglo Journalists’ Representation of Mexican Catholicism in the Age of Manifest Destiny,” American Journalism Historians Association annual convention, Tucson, Ariz., October 2010.

Patrick Cox, Celeste Bustamante-Gonzalez, Maggie Rivas-Rodriguez, and Michael Fuhlhage, “Strangers in Their Own Land — Depictions of People in the Borderlands in the 19th and 20th Centuries,” American Journalism Historians Association annual convention, Tucson, Ariz., October 2010.

Michael Fuhlhage, “Prehistory of a Stereotype: Media Othering of Mexicans in the Nineteenth Century,” Identity and Media: New Agendas in Communication conference, University of Texas at Austin, August 2010.

Michael Fuhlhage, “Racialization, Stereotyping, and Mexican Identity: How the Nineteenth-century Popular Press Laid the Foundations of Modern Hispanic Stereotypes,” American Journalism Historians Association, Birmingham, Ala., research in progress, October 2009.

Michael Fuhlhage (panel organizer, presenter, and moderator), Barbara Friedman, Earnest Perry, and Kathy Roberts Forde, “Teaching Mass Media History to Undergrads: Status, Renewal, and Innovation,” American Journalism Historians Association annual convention, Birmingham, Ala., October 2009.

Michael Fuhlhage, “Justice Delayed, Justice Denied: Racism in the Press and Congress
During New Mexico’s Quest for Statehood, 1848-1912,” Minorities and
Communication Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Boston, 2009. Second-Place Top Student Paper Award. A previous version of this paper was presented at the AEJMC Southeast Colloquium, Oxford, Miss., 2009.

Michael Fuhlhage, “Socialism’s Loss and Food Safety’s Gain: The Agenda Setting Power of Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle,” Cultural and Critical Studies Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual convention, Boston, 2009.

Michael Fuhlhage, “‘Within Pistol Shot of a Foreign Country’: How a Boston Correspondent Made Sense of Mexicans, Indians, and the Western Frontier for Eastern Readers, 1857-1860,” History Division, Southeast Colloquium of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Oxford, Miss., 2009.

Michael Fuhlhage, “‘A Blanketed Nation of Thieves and Harlots’: How New York Correspondents Portrayed the Mexican-American Southwest in the 1860s,” American Journalism Historians Association annual convention, Seattle, 2008. Honorable Mention Top Student Paper Award.

Michael Fuhlhage, “Beyond Sombreros, Gangs, and Aliens: Positive Framing of Hispanic Immigration in the Garden City (Kan.) Telegram, 1980-2000,” History Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual convention, Chicago, 2008.

Michael Fuhlhage, “Hispanic Immigrant Backlash and Welcome: ‘Official English’ and the Birth of a Bilingual Weekly in Southwest Kansas,” Minorities and Communication Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual conference, Chicago, 2008.

Michael Fuhlhage, “Not on the Government’s Dime: Supreme Court and Federal Appeals Court Decision Making after NEA v. Finley,” Law & Policy Division, Southeast Colloquium of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Auburn, Ala., 2008.

Michael Fuhlhage, “Here’s the Matter with Kansas: Thomas Frank, General Semantics, and Contemporary Midwest Politics.” Institute of General Semantics “Making Sense” conference, Fort Worth, Texas, 2006.

Michael Fuhlhage, “From the Margins to the Majority: Coverage of Hispanic Immigrants in the Garden City (Kan.) Telegram, 1980-2000.” American Journalism Historians Association annual conference,Wichita, Kan., research in progress, 2006.

Michael Fuhlhage, “Currents of Dissent: The Mexican War and Frames of Protest in the Washington National Intelligencer, New York Tribune, and Charleston Mercury.” American Journalism Historians Association annual conference, San Antonio, Texas, 2005.