Sailing School: Navigating Science and Skill, 1550-1800 (forthcoming, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2019)
“Distilling Water, Distilling Data: Proto-Questionnaires in Dutch East India Company Record-keeping” (accepted for special issue of European History Quarterly, Summer 2019, Richard Yeo, Daniel Midena, eds.)
“Ships’ Instruments in the Age of Print: Making Markets and Meaning.” Routledge Research Companion to Marine and Maritime Worlds, 1400-1800: Oceans in Global History and Culture, Claire Jowitt, Craig Lambert, Steve Mentz, eds. (forthcoming Routledge)
“Sailors, States, and the Co-Creation of Nautical Knowledge,” chapter in Lauren Benton and Nathan Perl-Rosenthal, eds., A World at Sea: Maritime Practices in Global History, 1500-1900 (forthcoming University of Pennsylvania Press)
“Expert Records: Nautical Logbooks from Columbus to Cook,” Information & Culture: A Journal of History 48 no. 3 (2013), 281-322.
“Regimented Lessons: The Evolution of the Nautical Logbook in France,” Annuaire de Droit Maritime et Océanique (June 2013), 91-115.
“‘Books for the Use of the Learned and Studious’: William London’s Catalogue of Most Vendible Books,” Book History, vol. 11 (2008), 33-57.
Review of Smith, Helen and Louise Wilson, eds. Renaissance Paratexts (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011) Renaissance and Reformation / Renaissance et Reforme 38.2 (Spring 2015): 196-198.
Ph.D. Dissertation: “A Calculated Course: Creating Transoceanic Navigators, 1580-1800.” Princeton University, 2014.
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