Dr. Bickham is interested primarily in the cultural and economic history of Britain and its empire before 1815 including colonial North America and the early United States. He has taught numerous courses on the history of Britain and the United States.
- Bickham, T. (2020). Erika Rappaport. A Thirst for Empire: How Tea Shaped the Modern World. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2017. Pp. 568. $39.50 (cloth).. Journal of British Studies. 59(3), 690-691.
- Bickham, T. (2019). Cecilia Morgan. Travellers through Empire: Indigenous Voyages from Early Canada. McGill–Queen's Native and Northern Series 91. Montreal: McGill–Queen's University Press, 2017. Pp. 326. $39.95 (cloth).. Journal of British Studies. 58(3), 659-660.
- Bickham, T. (2016). Imprinting Britain: Newspapers, Sociability, and the Shaping of British North America. AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW. 121(4), 1270-1271.
- Bickham, T. (2016). Anglicizing America: Empire, Revolution, Republic. Journal of American History. 102(4), 1167.2-111168.
- Bickham, T. (2014). Andrew Jackson O'Shaughnessy. The Men Who Lost America: British Leadership, the American Revolution, and the Fate of the Empire.. AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW. 119(4), 1354-1355.
- Bickham, T. (2020). Eating the Empire FOOD AND SOCIETY IN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY BRITAIN. University of Chicago Press.
- Bickham, T. (2012). The Weight of Vengeance The United States, the British Empire, and the War of 1812. OUP USA.
- Bickham, T. O. (2009). Making Headlines The American Revolution as Seen Through the British Press.
- Bickham, T. (2005). Savages Within the Empire Representations of American Indians in Eighteenth-Century Britain. Oxford University Press on Demand.
- Bickham, T. (2019). Why Communications Mattered in the War of 1812. Dew, A., Genest, M. A., & Paine, S. (Eds.), From Quills to Tweets How America Communicates War and Revolution. (pp. 24-42). Georgetown University Press.
- Bickham, T. (2013). American Indians in the British Imperial Imagination, 1707–1815. British North America in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. (pp. 227-254). Oxford University Press.
- Bickham, T. O. (2009). ‘I shall tear off their scalps, and make cups of their skulls’: American Indians in the eighteenth-century British press. Fulford, T., & Hutchings, K. (Eds.), Native Americans and Anglo-American Culture, 1750-1850 The Indian Atlantic. (pp. 56-73). Cambridge University Press.
- Creel, Walter Brady (2016-12). Rhetoric of Heroic Loyalty: Portrayals of Scottish Jacobites as Rebels, Reprobates and Romantics. (Doctoral Dissertation)
- Willis, Aaron Lukefahr (2007-08). Liberty and British identity: printed reactions to the Quebec Act 1774-1775. (Master's Thesis)