595 Gender and Empire
595 (and 350) Victorian Popular Culture In England and North America
595 Nationalism, Politics and Literature in History
554 British History, 1780-1914
555 British History Since 1901
499 Senior Research Seminar: Great Crimes in History
353 Gender and Empire
353 Crime in History
316 The Research Seminar: Famous Trials
301 History Workshop: Famous Trials
202 The History of the British People to the Restoration
203 British History from 1688 to the Present
105 History of Europe From 1660 to the Present
Crime, Gender and Consumer Culture in Nineteenth-Century England.
Hardcover: The History of Retailing and Consumption Series. Series General Editor, Gareth Shaw, University of Exeter. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2005.
Paper: Routledge, 2016. 9781138251427
"Poverty, Prostitution, Prisons, and Politics: Women and Crime in the Long Nineteenth Century," in History of Feminism - History of Feminism - Routledge
“Forms of Crime: Crime and Retail Theft” in the Oxford Handbook on Crime and Criminal Justice. Edited by Paul Knepper and Anja Johansen. OUP, 2015.https://www.oxfordhandbooks.com
“Masculinities and Crime in Historical Perspective” in the Oxford Handbook on Gender, Sex, and Crime. Edited by Rosemary Gartner and William McCarthy. OUP, 2014. https://www.oxfordhandbooks.com
Selected Book Reviews:
Murder and the Making of the English CSI. By Ian Burney and Neil Pemberton, Journal of Social History (July 2017). https://academic.oup.com/jsh
Literary Bric-à-Brac and the Victorians: From Commodities to Oddities, edited by Jonathon Shears and Jen Harrison, Victorian Studies (in process 2016).https://victorianstudies.indiana.edu/victorian-studies-journal/index.html
Wicked Ladies: Provincial Women, Crime and the Eighteenth-Century English Justice System, by Gregory J. Durston. The Historian Vol. 78, No. 1(Spring 2016): 146–147.http://https://doi.org/10.1111/hisn.12128
Property Crime in London, 1850-Present, by William M. Meier. Journal of British Studies Vol. 51, No. 2 (April 2012): 509 – 510.