Academic Books and Edited Journals

- (in progress) Surviving the Renaissance: Life and Living in Early Modern France

- Politics and Politiques in Sixteenth-Century France: A Conceptual History (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021)

Beyond Truth: Fiction and (Dis)information in Early Modern Europe, ed. by Emma Claussen and Luca Zenobi, [= Past and Present Supplement] (forthcoming, 2022)  

Peer-Reviewed Articles

- (in progress): ‘"And Still I Live": The Languishing Life Styles of the French "Renaissance"’

- with Luca Zenobi, ‘Introduction’, in Beyond Truth: Fiction and (Dis)information in Early Modern Europe, ed. by Emma Claussen and Luca Zenobi [=Past and Present Supplement] (forthcoming, 2022)                                                   

 - ‘“Est-ce vivre?” The Politics of Living in Montaigne and La Boétie’, Early Modern French Studies (2022) [Available on open access]

- ‘“Peu de vigueur et point d’art”: Les Vies (Non)-Vertueuses de II,11, “De la cruauté”, Bulletin de la Société des amis de Montaigne, 74 (2022), 167-85

- ‘Montaigne’s Vagabond Styles: Political Homelessness in the Sixteenth Century’, Forum for Modern Language Studies, 57.3 (2021), 273-90 [runner up, Forum Prize and Malcolm Bowie Prize]

- ‘What Remains: Athalie’s Futures’, French Studies, 74.3 (2020), 349-56.

- ‘Intraduisible, ou traduction infidèle? Le mot ‘politique’, 1560-1600’, Littératures classiques, 96 (2018/2), 27-39

- ‘“Vilain et déshonnête”: Villainy in anti-Politique polemic at the end of the French Wars of Religion’, in ‘Vile Beings’, ed. by Jonathan Patterson and Emilia Wilton-Godberfforde, Early Modern French Studies, 39. 2 (2017), 157-168

- ‘A Sixteenth-Century Modern? Ancients and Moderns in Loys Le Roy’s De la Vicissitude’, Early Modern French Studies, 37.2 (2015), 76-92

Other Writing