Article: ‘Shakespeare’s Country Opposition: Titus Andronicus in the early eighteenth century’, Connotations: A Journal for Critical Debate 15:1-3 (2007), 97-126.
Book chapter: ‘The unfashionable century: student and teacher resistance to eighteenth-century literature,’ in M. Lorenzo Modia (ed) All in All: A Plural View of our Teaching and Learning (La Coruna: La Coruna UP/British Council, 2005), 97-106.
Article: ‘Daniel Defoe, Master of Genres’, Worcester Papers in English & Cultural Studies, No.3 (August 2005), pp.33-47.
Book chapter: ‘The Conduct Book as Political Act: Jacobitism, Social Unrest and The Family Instructor’ in Positioning Daniel Defoe’s Non-fiction: Form, Function, Genre (forthcoming)
Book: Co-editor (with Dr Aino Mäkikalli, University of Turku) of Positioning Daniel Defoe’s Non-fiction: Form, Function, Genre (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, forthcoming 2010)
Book: A Critical Study of Daniel Defoe’s Poetry (Edwin Mellen Press, forthcoming 2009)
2009 – ‘Daniel Defoe: Whig poet in a Tory dress?’, ASECS Annual Conference, Richmond, Virginia
2008 – ‘A Question of Influence: Daniel Defoe’s “Meditations”’, BSECS Annual Conference, University of Oxford
2008 – ‘Vulgar Postcolonialism: The case of Halmi’s Robinson Crusoe’, ASECS Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon
2007 – 'Innate and acquired ideas in Defoe's The Family Instructor', Twelfth International Enlightenment Congress, Montpellier, France
2006 – ‘The greatest puzzle in Defoe bibliography: An Argument Proving that the Design of Employing and Enobling Foreigners, Is a Treasonable Conspiracy and the uses of irony’, BSECS Annual Conference, University of Oxford
2004 – ‘The Conduct Book as a political act: Defoe’s The Family Instructor’ Eighteenth-Century Narratives Conference, University of Exeter