- ‘Treating Mental Illness in Victorian Britain’, in Demand the Impossible: Essays in History as Activism (Westphalia Press, 2018)
- ‘Feigning Insanity in Late-Victorian Britain’, Prison Service Journal, July 2017. This article can be viewed here
- “I am very glad and cheered when I hear the flute”: The Treatment of Criminal Lunatics in Late-Victorian Broadmoor, Medical History, October 2016. This article can be viewed here.
- ‘”I am not very well I feel nearly mad when I think of you”: Jealousy, Murder and Broadmoor in Late-Victorian Britain’, Social History of Medicine 2016;
doi: 10.1093/shm/hkw045. This article can be viewed here.
- ‘“One of the best fathers until he went out of his mind”: Paternal Child-Murder, 1864-1900’, Journal of Victorian Culture, 18:1 (2013), 17-35. This article can be viewed here.
I’m currently working on my first book: Being a Man at Broadmoor: Masculinity, Class and the Victorian Criminal Lunatic Asylum, 1864-1900.