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Articles and Books

 “Policing in the Shadow of Jack the Ripper: Myths, Monsters, and the Real Limits of the Late-Victorian Detective” in British Murder Mysteries, 1880-1960: Facts & Fictions. Forthcoming with Palgrave

“Work and Madness: Overworked Men and Fears of Degeneration, 1860s–1910s,” Journal of Victorian Culture 24:2 (April 2019): 159-178. 

  “Queensberry’s Misrule: Reputation, Celebrity, and the Idea of the Victorian Gentleman.” Canadian Journal of History 48, no. 2 (2013): 277–306. 

“Club Talk: Gossip, Masculinity, and the Importance of Oral Communities in late Nineteenth-Century London” Gender and History 21:1 (2009): 86-106.

“A Flight to Domesticity?: Making a Home in the Gentlemen’s Clubs of London, 1880- 1914,” Journal of British Studies 45:4 (2006): 796-818.

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