Lepore, J, M Kramer, and W Call. 2007. ““The Historian as Writer".” Telling True Stories: A Nonfiction Writer’s Guide. New York: Plume.
Lepore, J. 2007. “"Vast Designs: How America came of age".” The New Yorker. Article Bibliography
Lepore, J. 2007. “"The Meaning of Life: What Milton Bradley started".” The New Yorker.
Lepore, J. 2007. “"Our Town: Four centuries on, the battles over John Smith and Jamestown still rage".” The New Yorker.
Lepore, J. 2007. “"Party Time: Smear tactics, skulduggery, and the début of American democracy".” The New Yorker. Article
Lepore, J. 2005. “"The Tightening Vise: Slavery and Freedom in British New York".” Enslaved City: Slavery, Resistance and Abolition in New York City, 1623 to 1865, edited by I Berlin and L Harris. New York: The Free Press.
Lepore, J. 2005. “"People Power: Revisiting the origins of American democracy".” The New Yorker. Publisher's Version
Lepore, J, and J Downs. 2005. “"Writing for History".” Why We Write. London: Routledge.
Lepore, J. 2002. “"Literacy and Reading in Puritan New England".” Perspectives on Book History: Artifacts and Commentary, edited by S Casper, J Chaison, and J Groves. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press.
Lepore, J. 2001. “"Wigwam Words".” The American Scholar 70: 97-108.
Lepore, J. 2001. ““Historians Who Love Too Much: Reflections on Microhistory and Biography”.” Journal of American History 88: 129-144. Article
Lepore, J. 1998. “"Remembering American Frontiers: King Philip’s War and the American Imagination".” Contact Points: North American Frontiers, 1750-1830, edited by F Teute and A Cayton. University of North Carolina Press: Chapel Hill.
Lepore, J. 1994. “"Dead Men Tell No Tales: John Sassamon and the Fatal Consequences of Literacy".” American Quarterly 46: 479-512.