Wot I wrote.
This page provides links to freely accessible full-text versions of peer-reviewed published articles and other work. All of these works are available for study and research purposes, with just a few caveats:
'Bloody Code: Reflecting on a decade of the Old Bailey Online and the digital futures of our criminal past', Law, Crime and History 5:1 (2015) (link to OA journal)
'Investigating responses to theft in early modern Wales: communities, thieves and the courts', Continuity and Change, 19:3 (2004), 409-30. (Published by Cambridge University Press.) Copy of the final published article.
'Imagining the pain and peril of seventeenth-century childbirth: travail and deliverance in the making of an early modern world', Social History of Medicine, 16:3 (2003), 367-382. (Published by Oxford University Press.) Copy of final draft of article.
'Riotous community: crowds, politics and society in Wales, c.1700–1840', Welsh History Review, 20:4 (2001), pp.656-86. (Published by University of Wales Press.) Copy of final draft of article.
With Tim Hitchcock, Robert Shoemaker, Katherine Rogers and Jane Winters, Chapter 7 (Connected Histories case study), in Content Clustering and Sustaining Digital Resources (2011) PDF; EPUB (at jisc.ac.uk).
With Robert Shoemaker and Tim Hitchcock, Crime in the Community impact analysis report (2010) (at jisc.ac.uk).
'Remixing and Remaking Digital History: the London Lives Petitions', paper given at Digital Humanities Congress, Sheffield, September 2016.
'What can you do with 10,000 petitions?', web presentation, with slides, notes and additional resources, of a paper given at Addressing Authority: Petitions and Supplications in Early Modern Europe, London, March 2016
'Unmarried mothers in eighteenth-century London', paper delivered at North American Conference on British Studies, Louisville, November 2009 (currently missing thrilling PPT slides; will attempt to track them down)
'Gentlemen behaving badly: gentlemen and interpersonal violence in seventeenth-century Britain', paper delivered at Icons and Iconoclasts: The Long Seventeenth Century, 1603 to 1714, University of Aberdeen, UK, July 2006.
'Communities policing "criminal" bodies in early modern Wales, slightly revised version of a paper delivered at Controlling Bodies: The Regulation of Conduct 1650-2000, University of Glamorgan, June 2002.
Crime, communities and authority in early modern Wales: Denbighshire c.1660-1730, PhD dissertation, University of Wales, 2003; copy of the accepted dissertation.
'Gender and defamation in York, 1661-1700: reputation, authority and the power of words', MA dissertation, University of York, 1999; copy of the accepted dissertation.