17 entries in A Biographical Encyclopedia of Early Modern Englishwomen: Exemplary Lives and Memorable Acts, 1500-1650 * (Ashgate, October 2016)
Review of Mannock Strickland (1683-1744): Agent to English Convents in Flanders. Letters and Accounts from Exile edited by Richard G. Williams, for the Innes Review Vol. 69 no. 2 (Autumn 2018)
Seminar paper: “An act of charity against an act of wickedness: Prostitutes, nuns, and Jews in seventeenth-century Florence” at the University of St Andrews Early Modern and Modern History Forum, April 2018
Conference paper: “A nefarious and unnatural evil: How prostitution was used as an anti-sodomy measure, and how anti-sodomy measures were used to fund former prostitute nuns in Renaissance Florence,” LGBT History Month forum, University of St Andrews, 23 February 2018
Conference paper: “Sex and the City: Locating Prostitution in Late Medieval Florence,” Gender and Transgression, University of St Andrews, May 2017
Conference paper: “Prostitution in Renaissance Florence: facilitation, control and exploitation,” Dangerous Women and Women in Danger conference, Queen’s University Belfast, March 2013
Conference paper: “Anne Boleyn: fact, fiction and feminism” at Renaissance Lives, Roehampton University, 22 October 2005
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