D. D'Amico, “'An Old Order Is Passing': The Rise of Applied Learning in University-Based Teacher Education during the Great Depression" (History of Education Quarterly, 2015).
S. Horsford & D. D'Amico, "The past as more than prologue: a call for historical research," (International Journal of Educational Management, 2015).
D. D'Amico, "Teachers’ Rights Versus Students’ Rights: Race and Professional Authority in the New York City Public Schools, 1960–1986" (American Educational Research Journal, 2016).
D. D'Amico, R. Pawlewicz, P. Earley & A. McGeehan, "Where are All the Black Teachers? Discrimination in the Teacher Labor Market" (Harvard Educational Review, 2017).
D. D'Amico, "An Uneasy Union: Women Teachers, Organized Labor, and the Contested Ideology of Profession during the Progressive Era" (Labor: Studies in Working-Class History, 2017).
D. D'Amico, Blaming Teachers: Professionalization Policies and the Failure of Reform in American History (Rutgers University Press, Forthcoming).
D. D'Amico, Pathologizing Blackness: The National Teacher Corp, Federal Education Policy and the Racialized Discourse of Success and Failure (In Progress).
D. D'Amico & A. Guiden, "Teachers and the Development of Profession,” in International Handbook of Historical Studies in Education: Debates, Tensions and Direction (Springer, Forthcoming).
D. D'Amico, S. Horsford & A. Guiden, “In Search of Black Teachers: The Irony of Recruitment and Hiring Policies Post-Brown” in AERA Handbook
on Teachers of Color (forthcoming).
D. D'Amico & J. View, "Fractured Consensus: Social Justice and Teacher
Professionalism in the U.S. in Historical Perspective,” in Handbook on promoting social justice in education (Springer, In Progress)
Editorials, Commentaries & Invited Essays
D. D'Amico, "Teacher Strikes Can’t Fix the Core Problems with Our Schools" (Washington Post, January 2019).
D. D'Amico, "The Myth of Teacher Tenure" (Teachers College Record, 2014).
Special Issues of Journals
S.D. Horsford, D. Stovall, R. Hopson & D. D'Amico, eds. "School Leadership for the Public Good: Reclaiming Community, Advocacy, and Justice" (Leadership and Policy in Schools, Forthcoming)