Early Modern World, Comparative History, Global Legal History, Atlantic History (incl. Caribbean & Early America), Indian Ocean World, Law & Society, Networks of Knowledge and Power, Spatial History, History of Capitalism/Business History, Gender & Families, Slavery & Abolition, French Empire and Colonization
- Archipelago of Justice: Law in France’s Early Modern Empire
- Risks & Realities: Death and Credit in the French Tropics
Articles, Book Reviews
- “The Martinican Model: Colonial Magistrates and the Seventeenth-Century Origins of a Global Judicial Elite,” in The Torrid Zone: Colonization and Cultural Interaction in the Seventeenth-Century Caribbean, ed. Louis H. Roper, 149–61. The Carolina Lowcountry and the Atlantic World. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 2018.
- “Recovering the Debris of Fortunes between France and Its Colonies in the 18th Century.” Journal of Social History 51, no. 4 (Summer 2018). doi:10.1093/jsh/shw135.
- “Across Oceans and Revolutions: Law and Slavery in French Saint-Domingue and Beyond.” Law & Social Inquiry 39, no. 3 (September 1, 2014): 758–82.
- Review of Glynis Ridley, The Discovery of Jeanne Baret: A Story of Science, the High Seas, and the First Woman to Circumnavigate the Globe (2010), Not Even Past, http://www.notevenpast.org/, 18 July 2012.
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