Jim Rasenberger has written for The New York Times, Vanity Fair, the Wilson Quarterly, and Smithsonian, among other publications.
THE LA TIMES
- White House Situation Room: History’s center stage | May 9, 2011
- The Bay of Pigs, 50 Years Later: “How Could We Have Been So Stupid?” | April 17, 2011
NEW YORK TIMES
- Thinking Through Assassination | May 5, 2011
- The World of Tomorrow | December 30, 2007
- The ‘Sky Boys’ | April 23, 2006
- Hospital Land | January 29, 2006
- Shadows on the Wall | January 23, 2005
- Fade to Black | January 2, 2005
- City Lore: Fortress New York | August 29, 2004
- Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda | August 1, 2004
- Kitty, 40 Years Later | February 8, 2004
- City Lore: The Ansel Adams of New York’s Bridges | September 14, 2003
- The Old Neighbors | March 9, 2003
- SHADOWS ACROSS THE CITY; When They Were Young
and the Towers Were New | September 23, 2001
- Searching for Charles | May 20, 2001
- Cowboys of the Sky | January 28, 2001
- City Lore: Stairways to Heaven | January 21, 2001
- City Lore: A Lost City, Frozen in Time | July 30, 2000
AMERICAN HERITAGE MAGAZINE
- Nightmare On Austin Street | May 2006
It was a story so disturbing that we all still remember it. But what if it wasn’t true?
- Happy Campers | Summer 2008
Why do we send children weaned on video games into the woods with knives and kindling? A perplexed father considers the beloved American tradition that is summer camp.
- Barack Obama and the Springfield race riot | Februrary 10, 2007
Springfield, Ill., where Barack Obama officially announces his presidential campaign on Saturday, has a tortured racial history. What happened, and what it could mean for Obama.
- 1908 | January, 2008
Aeroplanes! Skyscrapers! The race to the North Pole! Mobile phones? Return to the year when astonishing inventions, predictions, stunts and breakthroughs propelled America into the modern age