“Turning a Blind Eye: Infanticide and Missing Babies in Seventeenth-century Geneva,” Law and History Review, accepted for publication
“Torture and Punishment in Reformation Geneva,” in Companion to the Reformation in Geneva. Edited by Jon Balserak. (Leiden: Brill, forthcoming 2021), in production
A Seventeenth-Century Infanticide Trial, a translated and annotated edition of 17thC Genevan criminal trial, in production with the University of Toronto Press
“From Truth to Punishment: The Decline of Judicial Torture in Europe, 1550-1750” book manuscript in progress, submission expected December 2020
“Violence and Justice in Europe: Punishment, Torture and Execution,” Cambridge World History of Violence. Edited by Robert Antony, Stuart Carroll, Caroline Dodds Pennock. Vol. 3, ch. 20. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020, 389-407.
“Gender and the Prosecution of Adultery in Geneva, 1550-1700,” in Women’s Criminality in Europe, 1600-1914. Edited by Manon van de Heijden, Marion Pluskota and Sanne Muurling. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020, 91-113.
Spanish translation of 2017 “Consistories and Civil Authorities” as “Consistorios y los autoridades civiles” in Fe y castigo en la Europa del Antiguo Régimen. Translated by Doris Moreno. Edited by Gretchen Starr-Lebeau and Charles Parker. Madrid: Catedra, 2020, 88-99.
“Consistories and Civil Authorities,” in Judging Faith/Punishing Sin: Inquisitions and Consistories in the Early Modern World. Edited by Gretchen Starr-Lebeau and Charles Parker. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017, 66-76.
“Local Officials and Torture in Seventeenth-century Bordeaux,” in Social Relations, Politics and Power in Early Modern France. Robert Descimon and the Historian’s Craft. Edited by Barbara B. Diefendorf and Michael Wolfe. Kirksville, MO: Truman State University Press, 2016, 61-86.
With Megan Armstrong, editors of forum “Communities and Religious Identity in the Early Modern Francophone World,” French Historical Studies 40: 3 (2017): 381-473