“The Politics of Preference: Masculinity, Marital Status, and Unemployment Relief in Post-First World War Britain,” Cultural and Social History, 7:3 (2010): 233-252.
“From ‘Relief’ to ‘Justice and Protection’: The Maintenance of Deserted Wives, British Masculinity, and Imperial Citizenship, 1870-1920,” Gender and History, 22:2 (2010): 302-321.
"The Gendered Economy of Family Liability: Intergenerational Relationships and Poor Law Relief in England's Black Country, 1871-1911," Journal of British Studies, 45:1 (2006): 72-89.
Beyond the Reproductive Body: The Politics of Women's Health and Work in Early Victorian England. Ohio State University Press (series on Women and Health), 2004.
"'Embarrassed Circumstances': Gender, Poverty, and Insanity in the West Riding of England in the Mid Victorian Years," in Sex and Seclusion. Class and Custody. Perspectives on Gender and Class in the History of British and Irish Psychiatry, eds. Jonathan Andrews and Anne Digby (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2004).
"Testing the Reproductive Hypothesis; or what made working-class women sick in early Victorian London," Women's History Review, 11:2 (2002): 175-200.
"Engendering Relief: Women, Ablebodiedness, and the Poor Law in Early Victorian England," Journal of Women's History, 11:4 (2000): 107-130.
"Dysfunctional Domesticity: Female Insanity and Family Relationships among the West Riding Poor in the Mid Nineteenth Century," Journal of Family History, 25:3 (2000): 341-361.