On the Sloane Correspondence

“Resisting Silences: Gender and Family Trauma in the Eighteenth Century,” Gender and History 32, 1 (2020): 30-53.

“Remembering Dr. Sloane: Masculinity and the Making of an Eighteenth-Century Physician,” Journal for Eighteenth Century Studies 42, 4 (2019): 433-453.

The Many Meanings of an Eighteenth-Century Account of a Caesarean Operation,” in John Cunningham (ed), Early Modern Ireland and the World of Medicine: Practitioners, Collectors and Contexts (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2019).

“Sloane as friend and physician of the family,” in Alison Walker, Arthur Macgregor and Michael Hunter (eds), From Books to Bezoars: Sir Hans Sloane and his Collections (London: The British Library, 2012), 48- 56.

“The Body Embarrassed? Rethinking the Leaky Male Body in Eighteenth-Century England and France,” Gender & History 23, 1 (2011): 26-46

“‘An Account of an Unaccountable Distemper’: The Experience of Pain in Early Eighteenth-Century England and France,” Eighteenth-Century Studies 41, 4 (2008): 459-480.

“The Relative Duties of a Man: Domestic Medicine in England and France, ca. 1685–1740,” Journal of Family History 31, 3 (2006): 237-256

“Reassessing the Role of the Family: Women’s Medical Care in Eighteenth-century England,” Social History of Medicine 16, 3 (2003): 327-342.


On other topics

[with Laroche, Rebecca, et al.], “Becoming Visible: Recipes in the Making,” Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal 13, 1 (2018): 133-143.

“Bespelled in the Archives,” The Appendix: A New Journal of Narrative and Experimental History 1, 2 (2013):

“Secrets of place: The medical casebooks of Vivant-Augustin Ganiare,” in Elaine Leong and Alisha Rankin (eds), Secrets and Knowledge in Medicine and Science, 1500-1800 (Ashgate, 2011): 213- 231.

“Imagining Women’s Fertility before Technology,” Journal of Medical Humanities.31, 1 (2010): 69-79.

“La Raillerie des Femmes? Les Femmes, La Sterilité et la Société en France à l’Époque Moderne,” in Cathy McClive and Nicole Pellegrin (eds), Femmes en Fleurs: Santé, Sexualité et Génération du Moyen Age aux Lumières (Publications de l’Université de Saint-Etienne, 2010), 203- 220.