Pardon and Parole: Discretionary Justice in New York, from the Revolution to the Depression (New York: New York University Press, 2016 forthcoming).
Recent Books and Edited Collections:
Honour Killing and Violence: Theory, Policy and Practice (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014) [co-editors Robert Cribb and Christopher E. Forth]
Honour, Violence and Emotions in History (London: Bloombsbury Academic, 2014). [co-editors Aisha Gill and Karl Roberts]
Passing, Imitations, Crossings,special issue of Humanities Research, XV 3(2010) [Monique Rooney, co-editor]
Griffith Taylor: Visionary, Environmentalist, Explorer (Toronto: University of Toronto Press and Canberra, National Library of Australia, 2008) [Alison Bashford, co-author]
Pain and Death: Politics, Aesthetics and Legalities, special issue of Humanities Research, XV, 2(2007)
True Crime, True North: the Golden Age of Canadian Pulp Magazines (Vancouver: Raincoast Books, 2004) [Tina Loo, Co-author]
Recent Articles and Refereed Book Chapters:
"Mercy and Parole in Anglo-American Criminal Justice Systems from the Eighteenth to the Twenty-first Century," in Paul Knepper and Anja Johansen, eds., Oxford Handbook of the History of Crime and Criminal Justice (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016): 573-96.
"The Battlefields of Personal and Public Memory: Commemorating the Battle of Saratoga (1777) in the late Nineteenth Century," Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 14 2(April 2015): 194-221.
"Sisterhood of Blood: The Will to Descend and the Formation of the Daughters of the American Revolution," Journal of Women’s History, 26, 3 (Fall 2014): 105-28.
"Quality Control and Digitised Cultural Artefacts: Mining for the Meanings of a Murder," (with Daniel McNamara, Ian Wood and Joshua Wodak) Digital Humanities Quarterly, 8 1(2014) [online:http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/8/1/000168/000168.html] 9084 words
"The Ambivalent Embrace of Kingly Power: Executive Clemency in Mid-Nineteenth Century American Political Thought," American Political Thought, 3 1( 2014): 64-94.
“History off the books at the Australian National University: Preparing postgraduate students for history at large,” History Australia, 10 3(December 2013): 264-269.
'Never to be Released?', Criminal Law Journal, 36 6 (2012): 395-6 (featured in Thompson Reuters 'Journals Talk: A community of Legal Posts, Papers and Personalities')
'Reconsidering the "Tragic" Scott Expedition: Cheerful Masculine Home-making in Antarctica,1910-13', Journal of Social History 46 1(Fall, 2012): 66-89.
‘Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange as Art against Torture’, Crime, Media and Culture, 6 3(December 2010): 267-84 [republished with minor amendments in Michael Flynn and Fabiola Fernandez Salek, eds., Screening Torture (New York: Columbia University Press) forthcoming 2011
'How did women's war relief in the Spanish-American War alter traditions of female benevolence and pave the way for women's formal military service?', Women and social movements in the United States 1600-2000, 15 2(September, 2011)
‘The Unwritten Law of Executive Justice: Pardoning Patricide in Reconstruction-era New York’, Law and History Review, 28 4(November 2010): 891-30
‘The Personality of Environmental Prediction: Griffith Taylor as Latter-Day Prophet’, Historical Records of Australian Science, 21 2(December 2010):133-48
‘Transgressive Transnationalism: Griffith Taylor and Global Thinking’, Australian Historical Studies, 41 1(2010): 25-40.
‘Eugenics in Canada: a checkered History’, in Alison Bashford and Philippa Levine, eds., Eugenics: a World History (New York: Oxford University Press, 2010) (Jennifer Stephen, co-author): 523-38.
‘A Case for Legal Records in Women’s and Gender History’, Journal of Women’s History, 22 2(June 2010): 144-8.
‘Griffith Taylor’s Antarctica: Science, Sentiment and Politics’, Polar Record, 46 236(2009): 65-74.
‘Thinking Historically about Public Health’, Medical Humanities, 33 (December 2007): 87-92 (co-author Alison Bashford).
‘The Shock over Torture: A Historiographical Challenge’, History Workshop Journal, 61 (2006): 135-52.
‘Hybrid History and the Re-trial of the Painful Past’, Crime, Media and Culture, 2 2(2006): 197-215
‘Postcard from Plaguetown: Mediating Exoticism in SARS-struck Toronto’, in Alison Bashford, ed., Medicine at the Border: Disease, Globalization, and Security, 1850 to the present (London: Palgrave, 2006): 219-39
Recent Exhibits and Related Creative Productions:
‘Griffith Taylor: Global Geographer’ (Macleay Museum, University of Sydney, June-Nov, 2009)
Griffith Taylor: Global Geographer (museum catalogue) (Sydney: Macleay Museum, 2009)
Griffith Taylor: Prophet and Pariah (National Library of Australia, Nov. 2008-March 2009)
Violent Ends: the Arts of Environmental Anxiety (National Museum of Australia, June 2009)
‘Violent Ends’: http://www.nma.gov.au/violent_ends/ (dedicated website)
Griffith Taylor Speaks on Australian National Problems (dvd, 3 mins 20 sec., National Library of Australia)