Walter Crane: The Arts and Crafts, Painting, and Politics, 1875-1890, Yale University Press, 2010 (UK), 2011 (US).
The Edwardian Sense: Art, Design, and Performance in Britain, 1901-1910 (co-editor with Michael Hatt), Yale University Press, 2010.
Reviewed: Open Letters Monthly: An Arts and Literature Review 2 August 2010, http://www.openlettersmonthly.com/the-thin-clear-happy-call/; Times Literary Supplement 1 December 2010, http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/the_tls/article7169598.ece
Exhibition Catalogue (single author):
“Art and Labour’s Cause is One:” Walter Crane and Manchester, 1880-1915, exhibition catalogue, Whitworth Art Gallery, University of Manchester, 2008, 141 pages.
Reviewed: Journal of Design History 22 (December 2009): 417-20
“Walter Crane’s Floral Fantasy: The Garden in Arts and Crafts Politics,” Garden History 36:2 (Winter 2008), 289-300.
“Rhetorics of Display: Arts and Crafts and Art Nouveau at Turin, 1902,” Journal of Design History 20/3 (Autumn 2007), 205-225.
“Pandora’s Box: Walter Crane, ‘The Sphinx-Riddle,’ and the Politics of Decoration,” Victorian Literature and Culture 35/2 (Fall 2007), 309-326.
Chapters in books and exhibition catalogues:
“Hugh Lane in South Africa,” in The Art of Transculturation, 1770-1930, ed. Julie Codell (Ashgate, 2012)
“Decorative Politics and Direct Pictures: Hugh Lane and the Global Art Market, 1900-1915,” in The Rise of the Modern Art Market, ed. Anne Helmreich and Pamela Fletcher (University of Manchester Press, 2012)
“Paintings from Nowhere: Walter Crane, Socialism, and the Aesthetic Interior,” in The Aesthetic Interior: Neo-Gothic, Aesthetic, Arts and Crafts, ed. Imogen Hart and Jason Edwards (Ashgate, 2010), 148-167.
“Kingdom of Darkness, Kingdom of Light: Photography in Victorian Britain,” in The Gift of Light: The Janos Scholz Collection of Nineteenth-Century European Photography, ed. Steve Moriarty (University of Notre Dame Press, 2002), 35-64.