Below is a list of my articles and scholarly publications.
- ‘What Dr Johnson Knew’, Yale Press Log, November 16, 2011
- ‘The line starts here for centuries of royals-watchers’, The Boston Globe, December 5, 2010
- ‘Chimes of Freedom’, BBC Knowledge, Issue 13, October 2010
- ‘Following unexpected Colonial footprints’, The Boston Globe, August 15, 2010
- ‘Casting off the Shackles: An American Slave in London’, BBC History Magazine, Vol. 11, No. 7, July 2010
- ‘A Trick on the Eye’, BBC History Magazine, Vol. 8, No. 7, July 2007
- ‘The Plot to Kidnap King George III’, BBC History Magazine, Vol. 7, No. 11, November 2006
- ‘Oversexed… and Over Here’ [American Visitors to London in the Eighteenth Century], BBC History Magazine, Vol. 3, No. 2, February 2002. Reprinted in ‘Britain and America: A Special Relationship?’, The Independent, September 27, 2003
- ‘Decadents Abroad: Reconstructing the Typical Colonial American in London in the Late Colonial Period’, in Old World, New World: America and Europe in the Age of Jefferson, ed. Leonard J. Sadosky et. al., University of Virginia Press, 2010
- ‘London’, Encyclopedia of the New American Nation , ed. Paul Finkelman, Charles Scribner’s Sons, (2005)
- ‘British Impressions of New England and the Decision for a Coercive Colonial Policy, 1774-1775’, in Britain and America Go to War: The Impact of War and Warfare in Anglo-America, 1754-1815, ed. Julie Flavell and Stephen Conway, University Press of Florida (2004)
- ‘Henry Cruger’, New Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press (2004)
- ‘Using Capture-Recapture Methods to Reconstruct the American Population in London’, co-authored with Dr Gordon Hay, Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Vol. 32: 1 (2001)
- ‘Government Interception of Letters from America and the Quest for Colonial Opinion in 1775’, The William and Mary Quarterly, Vol. LVIII, No. 2 (2001)
- ‘The ‘School for Modesty and Humility’: Colonial American Youth in London and their Parents, 1755-1775′, The Historical Journal, Vol. 42, No. 2 (1999)
- ‘New York, New Immigrants 1900: A Teaching Framework for Historical Datasets’, co-authored with Dr. Donald Spaeth, Computers and the Humanities, Vol. 30: 393-399 (1997)
- ‘Lord North’s Conciliatory Proposal and the Patriots in London’, English Historical Review, Vol. CVII, No. 423 (April 1992)
- ‘American Patriots in London and the Quest for Talks, 1774-1775’, The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, Vol. 20, No. 3 (1992)
- New York, New Immigrants 1900: A Teaching Framework for Historical Datasets. Computers in Teaching Initiative Centre for History, Archaeology, and Art History, University of Glasgow, 1997.
- The Bowbridge Teaching Pack: A Datafile and Workbook for Standard Grade History, Scottish Council for Educational Technology, 1992.