—- (under contract) Indexing the Indigenous: Plants, Peoples and Empire, Johns Hopkins University Press, manuscript due spring 2020.
—- (in revisions) “Plants, Print and Practice: Indigenizing Enlightenment Botany in Tahiti,” Isis.
2016 “Between Māori and Modern? The Case of Mānuka Honey,” in Elisabeth Kapferer, Andreas Koch and Clemens Sedmak, eds., Appreciating Local Knowledge (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing), 61-76.
Manuscripts in Preparation
—- “‘As clover killed the fern’: The History and Memory of “Ecological” Imperialism in Aotearoa New Zealand, 1857-present.”
2018 “Indexing the Indigenous: Plants, Peoples and Empire in the Long Nineteenth Century” (Vancouver: University of British Columbia).
Book Reviews & Other Writing
2018 Review of Timothy P. Barnard, Nature’s Colony: Empire, Nation and Environment in the Singapore Botanic Gardens (Singapore: National University of Singapore Press, 2016), in Plant Science Bulletin 64:2, 130-1.
2017 Review of Tom Kennett, The Lord Treasurer of Botany: Sir James Edward Smith and the Linnean Collections (London: Linnean Society, 2016), in British Journal for the History of Science 50:3, 549-51.