Publications:

Books

Land and Liberty: Hudson Valley Riots in the Age of Revolution, (DeKalb, Illinois: Northern Illinois University Press, 2004).

New World Orders: Violence, Sanction, and Authority in the Early Americas, 1500-1825, co-edited with John Smolenski, (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: The University of Pennsylvania Press, 2005).

Articles and Book Chapters

¿The Anatomy of a Crowd: Making Mobs in Early America,¿ Volume 5, Issue 1, The Journal of Early American History (2015), pp 68 ¿92.

"Labor and Livelihood," in American Centuries: The Ideas, Issues, and Trends that made U.S. History, Brendan McConville, ed., vol. 3, (New York: MTM Publishing, 2010).

"Labor and Livelihood," in American Centuries: The Ideas, Issues, and Trends that made U.S. History, John Demos, ed., vol. 2, (New York: MTM Publishing, 2010).

"Conflicting Independence: Land Tenancy and the American Revolution," Summer 2008, Journal of the Early Republic.

"Leases and Revolution in New York¿s Hudson Valley," in Billy G. Smith, editor, Class and Class Struggles in North American and the Atlantic World, 1500-1850, University of Pennsylvania Press.

"The Anatomy of a Crowd: Gossip and Crowd Formation in the Early Americas," submitted to the Journal of Social History.

"Afterward," in New World Orders: Violence, Sanction, and Authority in the Early Modern Americas, 1500-1825, John Smolenski and Thomas J. Humphrey, editors, (Philadelphia: The University of Pennsylvania Press, 2005), 273-280.

"Poverty and Politics in the Hudson Valley," in Billy G. Smith, editor, Down and Out in Early America (University Park, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2004), 235-261.

"Crowd and Court: Rough Music and Popular Justice in Colonial New York," in Riot and Revelry in Early America, Matthew Dennis, Simon P. Newman, and William Pencak, editors, (University Park, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2002), 107-124.

"William Prendergast and the Revolution in the Hudson River Valley: 'Poor Men Were Always Oppressed by the Rich,'" in Ian K. Steele and Nancy Rhoden, editors, The Human Tradition in The American Revolution (New York: Scholarly Resources, 2000), 81-97.

"'Extravagant Claims' and 'Hard Labour": Perceptions of Property in the Hudson Valley, 1751-1801," Explorations in Early American Culture; Pennsylvania History; A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies 65 (Fall 1998), 141-166.