Peer Refereed academic pieces—contact me for copies:)

“Reframing the Tahitian archipelago: insights from the whole lives of Tupaia, Purea, and Hitihiti” In S. Konishi, T. Griffiths, & M. Allbrook (Eds.), Reframing Indigenous biography, forthcoming 2022

“The British Empire after Revolution: Swings to the East, Swings to the Right,” in The Cambridge History of the American Revolution, eds. M. Kars, M. A. McDonnell, & A. Schocket, vol. III (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022)

“An Incident at the Sun Tavern: Changing the Discourse about Indigenous Visitors in Georgian Britain,” in Humanitarianism, Empire and Transnationalism, 1760-1995, eds. J. Damousi, T. Burnard, & A. Lester (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2022)

Remembering Cook, Again: The State of the Mixed Media Field,” Australian Historical Studies 52.4 (2021)

“Voyagers from the Havai‘i Diaspora: Polynesian Mobility, 1760s-1860s” in L. Russell & A. McGrath, eds., The Routledge Companion to Indigenous Global History, London, Routledge, 2021

“Producing Philosophes in the South Pacific: Enlightenment through Indigenous Encounter,” Eighteenth-Century Life. 14.3 (2021)

“America and the Pacific: The View from the Beach,” The Cambridge History of America in the World, eds. E. Gould, C. Pestana & P. Mapp, vol. I (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021)

With Michael A. McDonnell, “Empire, Indigeneity, Revolution,” in K. Fullagar & M. A. McDonnell, eds., Facing Empire: Indigenous Experiences in a Revolutionary Age, 1760-1840 (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2018)

“Envoys of Interest: a Cherokee, a Raiatean, and the Eighteenth-Century British Empire,” in K. Fullagar & M. A. McDonnell, eds., Facing Empire: Indigenous Experiences in a Revolutionary Age, 1760-1840 (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2018)

With Leigh Boucher, “Modern British History and the Antipodes,” History Australia, vol. 13. No. 1, March 2016

“Popular Contests over Empire in the Eighteenth Century: The Extended Version,” History Australia, vol. 13, No. 1, March 2016

“From Pawns to Players: Rewriting Three Indigenous Experiences of the British Empire” in W. Jackson and E. Manktelow, eds., Subverting Empire: Deviance and Disorder in the British Colonial World (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015)

With Michael A. McDonnell, “Facing Empire: Indigenous Histories in Comparative Perspective, 1760-1820,” in K. Mackenzie & R. Aldrich, eds., The Routledge History of Western Empires (London: Routledge, 2013)

Joshua Reynolds and the Problem of Human Difference” in A. Cook, N. Curthoys, and S. Konishi, eds., Thinking the Human in the Era of Enlightenment (London: Chatto & Pickering, 2013)

“The Pacific,” Oxford Bibliographies in Atlantic History, ed. Trevor Burnard (New York: Oxford University Press, 2013)

Introduction” to K. Fullagar, ed., The Atlantic World in the Antipodes: Effects and Transformations since the Eighteenth Century (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012)

Reynolds’ New Masterpiece: From Experiment in Savagery to Icon of the Eighteenth Century,” Journal of Cultural and Social History 7/2 (2010), pp. 191-212  Reynolds New Masterpiece

Woollarawarre Bennelong: Rethinking the Tragic Narrative,” Aboriginal History 33 (2009), pp. 1-6

Bennelong in Britain,” Aboriginal History 33 (2009), pp. 31-51

“‘Savages that are come among us’: Mai, Bennelong, and British Imperial Culture, 1774-1795,” The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation 49/3 (2008), pp. 211-238