"Women, Poverty and Criminality in Late Eighteenth-Century London." Journal for the Study of British Cultures (Germany), forthcoming, spring 2014.
"Women Who Kill: An Analysis of Cases in Late Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century London", The Journal of Social History, 46:4 (Summer 2013): 1013-38.
"On the Receiving End: Women and Stolen Goods in London, 1783-1815", The London Journal, Vol. 37 No. 2, July, 2012, 106–21.
"British Convict Forced Migration to Australia: Causes and Consequences", for inclusion in Special Focus on Migration, New York: College Board; August 2008. (peer-reviewed lesson plan). Found at: http://apcentral.collegeboard.com/apc/public/repository/World_History_Migration_SF.pdf
Women, Crime, and Work: The Case of London 1783-1815, Marquette University, 2005.
Making of Britain
Tudor Stuart England
Europe in Renaissance and Reformation
Women in History (Europe)
Introduction to Historical Studies
History of Crime and Punishment (Special Topics)
History of London (Special Topics), partially taught in London, Spring 2014
Women in Big Houses (Special Topics), partially taught in Scotland, Summer 2014
World Civilizations I and II (Classroom and Web)
Honors World Civilization I and II
My primary research interest is women in early modern (1500-1815) England and Scotland. My published research focuses on women and crime in late eighteenth-century London. Currently, I am researching the life and activities of Anna Scott, Duchess of Buccleuch of Scotland.