(Selected - Recent)

For a full list of my publications see my CV

'Rural Luddism and the Makeshift Economy of the Nottinghamshire Framework Knitters', Social History, 42:3 (2017), pp. 365-98

Posthumous Paine in the United Kingdom, 1809-1832: Jacobin or Loyalist Cult?’, in Marcus Morris (ed.), The Legacy of Thomas Paine in the Transatlantic World (Routledge, 2018), pp. 107-132


‘God Save the Paddock Flag: Anti-Poor Law and Chartist Banners’, in John A. Hargreaves (ed.), The Charter Our Right! Huddersfield Chartism Re-Considered (Huddersfield, 2018), pp.39-57

Daniel O’Connell, Repeal and Chartism in the Age of Atlantic Revolutions', Journal of Modern History, 90:1 (March 2018), pp. 1-39


‘Richard Oastler, Toryism, Radicalism and the Limitations of Party, c.1807-1846’, Parliamentary History, 37 (2018), pp. 250-73

Chartism, Commemoration and the Cult of the Radical Hero (Routledge, 2019)

‘Catholicism and Constitutionalism in William Cobbett’s English and Irish Medievalism’, in David Matthews and Mike Sanders (eds), Medievalism from Below: Subaltern Medievalisms in the Nineteenth Century (D.S. Brewer, 2021), pp. 19-38


‘Tory-Radical Feeling in Charlotte Brontë’s Shirley and Early Victorian England’, Victorian Studies, 63:3 (2021 for 2020)

‘E.P. Thompson, Shirley, and the Antinomian Tradition in West Riding Luddism and Popular Protest’, Labour History Review, 86:2 (2021)

'Women and Late Chartism: Women's Rights in Mid-Victorian England', English Historical Review, 136:581 (2021)