The Salt Water Civil War: Thalassological Approaches, Ocean-Centered Opportunities, Journal of the Civil War Era June, 2016
"Teaching the Civil War in a Global Context: A Discussion" Journal of the Civil War Era March, 2015.
“Proslavery Extremism Goes to War: The Counterrevolutionary Confederacy and Reactionary Militarism,” Modern Intellectual History 6 (September 2009) 261-285.
“Confederate Racialism and the Anticipation of Nazi Evil,” in The Problem of Evil: Slavery, Freedom, and the Ambiguities of American Reform , edited by S Mintz and J Stauffer, (2007).
“Civil War Diplomacy, Racial Science, and the Confederate Mission of Henry Hotze,” Civil War History , 51:3 (2005) 288-316.
Critical Americans: Victorian Intellectuals and Transatlantic Liberal Reform , (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2007).
“‘Encountering the Smashing Projectile’: William James on John Stuart Mill and the Woman Question,” in Martin Halliwell and Joel Rasmussen, editors, William James and the Transatlantic Conversation: Pragmatism, Pluralism, and the Philosophy of Religion (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014).
“Victorianism,” in Joan Shelley Rubin and Scott E. Casper, eds., Encyclopedia of American Cultural and Intellectual History, Oxford University Press, 2013.
“From the History of Ideas to Ideas in History,” Modern Intellectual History 9.1 (2012), 157-169.
David Armitage, Thomas Bender, Leslie Butler, Don H. Doyle, Susan-Mary Grant, Charles S. Maier, Jörg Nagler, Paul Quigley, and Jay Sexton, “Nationalism and Internationalism during the Civil War Era: An Interchange,” Journal of American History 98.2 (2011), 455-489
“Historicizing American Travel, at Home and Abroad,” Modern Intellectual History (April 2011), 1-15.
“Reconstructions in Intellectual and Cultural Life,” in Reconstructions: New Perspectives on the Postbellum United States, T. Brown (ed.) (2006).
“Liberal Victorians and Foreign Policy in the Age of Empire,” in The Problem of Evil: Race, Slavery, and the Ambiguities of Reform, S. Mintz (ed.) (2006).
“Investigating the ‘Great American Mystery’: Theory and Style in Henry Adams’ Political Reform Moment,” in Henry Adams and the Need to Know, W. Decker (ed.), (2005) 80-103.
“Reading the Readers who Remake the (Poetry) Texts,” Reviews in American History 36 (4) 2008: 602-609.
“Dead Presidents and American Reform,” Reviews in American History , 32 (September 2004) 399-406.
The Victory with No Name: The Native American Defeat of the First American Army (2015)
Pen and Ink Witchraft: Treaties and Treaty Making in American Indian History (2013)
The Indian History of an American Institution: Native Americans and Dartmouth , (2010)
White People, Indians, and Highlanders: Tribal People and Colonial Encounters in Scotland and America , (2008).
First Peoples: A Documentary Survey of American Indian History , (1999, 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016).
The Scratch of a Pen: 1763 and the Transformation of North America , (2006).
One Vast Winter Count: The Native American West Before Lewis and Clark , (2003).
Crown and Calumet: British-Indian Relations, 1783-1815 (1997)
New Worlds for All: Indians, Europeans, and the Re-making of Early America , (1996; 2nd edn., 2013).
Nomad Rulers and the Origins of the Modern World (forthcoming Rowman & Littlefield, 2017).
The Wobbling Pivot: China since 1800, An Interpretive History (Blackwell/Wiley 2010).
What is Global History? (Polity 2008).
Empire at the Margins: Culture, Ethnicity, and Frontier in Early Modern China (Studies on China) , edited with H F Siu and D S Sutton, (University of California Press, 2006)
The Manchus, (Blackwells, 1997, 2002).
A Translucent Mirror: History and Identity in Qing Imperial Ideology , (University of California Press, 1999).
Orphan Warriors: Three Manchu Generations and the End of the Qing World, (Princeton University Press, 1990).
Making Sister Julie: The Origins of World War I French Nursing Heroines in Franco-Prussian War Stories in Alison Fell and Christine Hallett, eds., First World War Nursing: Visions and Revisions , forthcoming from Routledge.
“In the Land of Joan of Arc: The Civic Education of Girls and the Prospect of War in France, 1871-1914,” French Historical Studies , D Bell and M Hanna (eds.), 31:2 (2008).
French Women and the First World War: War Stories of the Home Front , (2000).
“French Volunteer Nursing and the Myth of War Experience in World War I,” American Historical Review , 101:1 (February 1996) 80-106.
Revolution in the House: Family, Class and Inheritance in Southern France, 1775-1825 , (1989).
“French Noblewomen and the New Domesticity, 1750-1850,” Feminist Studies , V:1 (Spring 1979) 41-65.
Class Conflict and Cultural Consensus (1987).
Popular Culture and Political Change (1991) with Larry Bennett (eds.) .
Autowork (1995 ) with Robert Asher (eds.)
America on Wheels , a PBS documentary film (1996).
The New Deal: America’s Response to the Great Depression (2000).
The Cold War and the Global Proliferation of Nonviolent Politics LSE (2008).
“The Great Depression,” Encyclopedia of American Political History (2010).
"Orthodox Finance and 'The Dictates of Practical Expediency': Influences on Matsukata Masayoshi and the Financial Reform of 1881-1885," Monumenta Nipponica, vol. 71, no. 1 (2016) 83-117
“Japonica, Indica: Rice and Foreign Trade in Meiji Japan,” Journal of Japanese Studies, vol. 41 (Summer 2015) 317-345.
“The ‘Matsukata Deflation’ Reconsidered: Financial Stabilization and Japanese Exports in a Global Depression, 1881-85,” Journal of Japanese Studies, vol. 40 (Winter 2014) 1-28.
“The Treaty of Portsmouth and Its Legacies,” co-edited with A Hockley (2008).
“Riding the Rails: The Japanese Railways Meet the Challenge of War,” in The Russo-Japanese War in Global Perspective, J Steinberg et al. (eds.), (2006) 225-249.
“Social and Economic Change (1868 to World War II),” with M Jones, in A Companion to Japanese History, W M Tsutsui (ed.), (2006).
“Taming the Iron Horse: Western Locomotive Makers and Technology Transfer in Japan, 1870-1914,” in Public Spheres, Private Lives in Modern Japan, 1600-1950: Essays in Honor of Albert M. Craig, G L Bernstein, et al. (eds.), (2005) 185-217.
The Sound of the Whistle: Railroads and the State in Meiji Japan (1996).
“Konoshita Yoshio: Revolutionizing Service on Japan’s National Railroads,” in The Human Tradition in Modern Japan, A Walthall (ed.), (2002) 115-133.
“Ritual, Space and Authority in Seventeenth-century English Cathedral Cities,” The Journal of Interdisciplinary History , 32:4 (Spring 2002).
Urbane and Rustic England: Cultural Ties and Social Spheres in the Provinces, 1660-1780 , (1999).
“Nikolai Berdiaev and the Philosophical Tasks of the Emigration,” in Gary M. Hamburg and Randall A. Poole, eds., A History of Russian Philosophy, 1830-1930: Faith, Reason, and the Defense of Human Dignity (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010), 346-62.
On the Ideological Front: The Russian Intelligentsia and the Making of the Soviet Public Sphere (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2007).
“Sociology and Revolution: Pitirim Sorokin and Russia’s National Degeneration,” Russian History/Histoire Russe 32, no. 2 (Summer 2005): 155-69.
“An Intensification of Vigilance: Recent Perspectives on the Institutional History of the Soviet Security Apparatus in the 1920s,” Kritika 5, no. 2 (Spring 2004): 299-320.
“Purging the Public Intellectual: The 1922 Expulsions from Soviet Russia,” Russian Review 62, no. 4 (October 2003): 589-613.
“Organizovannaia professura i universitetskaia reforma v Sovetskoi Rossii (1918-1922)” [The Organized Professoriate and University Reform in Soviet Russia, 1918-22]. In Vlast’ i nauka, uchenye i vlast’: 1880-e – nachalo 1920-kh godov. St. Petersburg: Dmitrii Bulanin, 2003.
Invisible Weapons: Liturgy and the Making of Crusade Ideology (2017)
The Making of Saint Louis: Kingship, Sanctity, and Crusade in the Late Middle Ages (2008, pbk 2010).
With Sean Field and Larry Field. The Sanctity of Louis IX: Early Lives of Saint Louis by Geoffrey of Beaulieu and Louis IX (2014).
Blessed Louis, Most Glorious of Kings: Texts Relating to the Cult of Saint Louis of France (2012). Translation with Phyllis Katz.
The Role of the Crusades in the Sanctification of Louis IX of France. In Crusades: Medieval Words in Conflict. T. Madden (ed.), (2010) 195-209.
“Portals, Pilgrimage, Processions and Piety: Saints Firmin and Honoré at Amiens,” in The Art and Architecture of Late Medieval Pilgrimage, S Blick and R Tepikke (eds.), (2004) 218-242.
“The King of France and the Queen of Heaven: the Iconography of the Porte Rouge of Notre-Dame of Paris.” Gesta 39:1 (2000) 58-72.
The Weimar Century: German Émigrés and the Ideological Foundations of the Cold War (Princeton University Press, 2014).
“Germany’s Postwar Reeducation and its Weimar Intellectual Roots, Journal of Contemporary History 46:1 (2011) 10-32.
Small-Town Capitalism in Western India: Artisans, Merchants and the Making of the Informal Economy, 1870-1960 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012).
Toward a History of Consumption in South Asia, co-edited volume with Haruka Yanagisawa, Tirthankar Roy and Abigail McGowan (Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2010). Includes introductory essay co-written with Abigail McGowan, pp. 1-25.
"Beyond the Colonial City: Reevaluating the Urban History of India, 1920-1970" (co-authored with Nikhil Rao), South Asia, vol. 36, no. 3, pp. 317-335.
"Mobile Artisans" (co-authored with Tirthankar Roy) in Handbook of the Indian Diaspora (in press at Routledge Press), ed. Joya Chatterji and David Washbrook.
"Masculinity, Advertising and the Reproduction of the Middle-Class Family in Western India, 1918-1940," in Being Middle-Class in India: A Way of Life, ed. Henrike Donner (London: Routledge Press), pp. 23-46.
Slavery's Metropolis: Unfree Labor in New Orleans during the Age of Revolutions (Cambridge, 2016)
"From Saint-Domingue to Dumaine Street: One Family's Journeys from the Haitian Revolution to the Great Migration," Journal of African American History, forthcoming (Fall 2017).
"A Fragile Empire? Early American Expansion from Below," Reviews in American History 44, no. 3 (September 2016): 411-17.
Co-author, “Prisons and Teaching, From Margins to Center,” Progressive Planning no. 205 (Fall 2015): 33-36.
“Visibility Versus Voice: Enslaved Women in U.S. History and Memory,” Reviews in American History 41, no. 2 (June 2013): 238-245.
“‘Laissez les bons temps rouler!’ and Other Concealments: Households, Taverns, and Irregular Intimacies in Antebellum New Orleans.” In Interconnections: Gender and Race in American History, edited by Alison M. Parker and Carol Faulkner, 19-50. Rochester: University of Rochester Press, 2012.
"Incunable almanacs and practica as practical knowlede produced in trading zones." In The structures of practical knowledge, pp. 333-369. Ed. Matteo Valleiani. Berlin: Springer, 2017.
"Selling mathematical instruments in America before the printed trade catalog." In How scientific instruments have changed hands, pp. 171-211. Ed. Alison D. Morrison-Low, Sara Schechner and Paolo Brenni. Leiden: Brill, 2017.
"How do writings in the early astral sciences reveal mathematical practices and practitioners?" Special issue of Centaurus, 58/1-2 (2016), co-edited with Matthieu Husson.
"Playing with geometrical tools: Johannes Stabius's Astrolabium imperatorium (1515) and its successors." Centaurus, 58 (2016), 104-134.
"Simon Marius als tychonischer Kalendermacher." Acta historica astronomiae, 57 (2016), 311-360.
Instruments on display (Scientific instruments and collections, 4). Co-edited with Silke Ackermann and Mara Miniati. Leiden: Brill, 2014.
"Looking at scientific instruments on display at the United States Centennnial Exhibition of 1867." In Scientific instruments on display, pp. 139-131. Ed. Silke Ackermann, Richard L. Kremer and Mara Miniati. Leiden: Brill, 2014.
"Talk, tariffs and trade: Restricting the global circulation of scientific instrumens in Britain after the First World War." In Scientific instuments in the history of science, pp. 117-142. Ed. Marcus Granato and Marta C. Lourenço. Rio de Janeiro: Museu de Astronomia e Ciêcias Afins, 2014.
Johannes Hevelius and his world: Astronomer, cartographer, philosopher and correspondent (Studia Copernicana, 44). Co-edited with Jarosław Włodarczyk. Warsaw: Polish Academy of Sciences, 2013.
"Hevelius as an astronomical table maker." Studia Copernicana 44 (2013), 137-57.
"Hans Sporer's xylographic practices: A census of Regiomontanus's blockbook calendar." Bibliothek und Wissenschaft 46 (2013), 161-87.
“Death and the Spanish Habsburgs,” paper presented at the Monarchies Symposium, (October 1990)
The Trial of Charles I. A Documentary History , edited with C. T. Wood, (1989).
ATLAS (a graphics management program) co-developed with L. Spitzer and the Courseware Development Group, (1986).
“Furió Ceriol y la ‘Pragmática de las cortesías’,” Estudis, 8 (1979-1980) 87-104.
“Furió Ceriol y sus ‘Avisos acerca de los Estados Bajos’,” Bulletin Hispanique, 80 (1978) 88-107.
BOOK: Ngo Dinh Diem, the United States, and the Fate of South Vietnam (Harvard University Press, 2013).
DOCUMENT READER: The Vietnam War: A Documentary Reader (Wiley-Blackwell, 2016).
JOURNAL ARTICLE: "Religious Revival and the Politics of Nation Building: Reinterpreting the 1963 ‘Buddhist crisis’ in South Vietnam," (Modern Asian Studies, August 2014).
BOOK CHAPTER: “Across the Pacific and Back to Vietnam: Transnational Legacies and Memories of the Vietnam War” (Akria Iriye and Robert David Johnson, eds., Asia Pacific in the Age of Globalization. New York: Palgrave Macmillian, 2014)
Jennifer M. Miller, "Narrating Democracy: The Potsdam Declaration and Japanese Rearmanent" in Jeremi Suri and Hal Brands, ed. The Power of the Past (Washington DC: Brookings Institution Press, Forthcoming 2015).
Jennifer M. Miller, "Fractured Alliance: Anti-Base Protests and Postwar U.S.-Japanese Relations,” Diplomatic History 38:5 (November 2014): 953 – 986 [doi: 10.1093/dh/dht122].
Jennifer M. Miller, “The Struggle to Rearm Japan: Negotiating the Cold War State in U.S.-Japanese Relations,” Journal of Contemporary History 46:1 (January 2011): 82 – 108.
Devotions and Desires: Histories of Religion and Sexuality in the Twentieth Century United States, co-edited with Gill Frank and Heather White (in press, University of North Carolina Press, 2017).
Our Lady of the Market: Catholicism and the Conservative Search for a Moral Economy (forthcoming, Harvard University Press).
“So Goes the Nation: Southern Antecedents and the Future of Work,” Reviving Southern Labor History, ed. Keri Leigh Merritt and Matthew Hild (under review, University Press of Florida).
“Knute Gingrich, All American? White Evangelicals, U.S. Catholics, and the Religious Genealogy of Political Realignment” in Faithful Republic: Religion and Politics in Modern America, ed. Andrew Preston, Bruce Schulman, and Julian Zelizer (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015).
“S’More Inequality: The Neoliberal Marshmallow and the Corporate Reform of Education,” Social Text, issue 120 “Politically Unwilling,” Vol. 32, No. 3 120 (Fall 2014), pp. 29-48.
“Learning from the Right: A New Operation Dixie?” co-authored with Pamela Voekel, in Richard Greenwald and Daniel Katz, eds., Labor Rising: The Past and Future of Working People in America (New Press, 2012).
“A Matter of Some Interest: Payback and the Sterility of Capital,” Common Knowledge vol.17 no. 2, (March 2011).
“Why Is There So Much Sex in Christian Conservatism and Why Do So Few Historians Care Anything about It?” Journal of Southern History 75th anniversary issue, v. 75, no. 3 (August, 2009).
“Make Payroll, Not War: Business Culture as Youth Culture,” in Bruce Schulman and Julian Zelizer, eds., Rightward Bound: Making America Conservative in the 1970s (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2008).
"The Soul of the Service Economy: Wal-Mart and the Making of Christian Free Enterprise, 1929-1994,” Enterprise & Society 8:4 (December, 2007).
“The Soul of Neoliberalism,” Social Text v. 25, no. 3 92 (Fall 2007), pp. 103-123.
“Vaya con Dios: Religion and the Transnational History of the Americas,” co-authored with Pamela Voekel, History Compass, Summer 2007.
Chapter: “It Came from Bentonville: The Agrarian Origins of Wal-Mart Culture” in Nelson Lichtenstein, ed., Wal-Mart: The Face of Twenty-First Century Capitalism (New Press, 2006).
"Annapolis Aflame: Richard Clarke’s Conspiracy and the Imperial Urban Vision in Maryland, 1704–8," William and Mary Quarterly 3d ser., 71, no. 3 (July 2014): 361-400.
“‘Like a Wild Desart’: Building a Contested Urban Sensescape in the Atlantic World” in Robert Beck, Ulrike Krampl, and Emmanuelle Retaillaud-Bajac, eds., Les Cinq Sens de la Ville: Du Moyen Âge à Nos Jours (Tours: Presses Universitaires François-Rabelais, 2013).
“‘What town’s this Boy?’ English Civic Politics, Virginia’s Urban Debate, and Aphra Behn’s The Widow Ranter,” Atlantic Studies 8.3 (September 2011): 279-99.
Empires of the Senses: Sensory Practices of Colonialism in Early America – co-edited with Daniela Hacke (Brill, 2017)
“‘This infant Borough’: The Corporate Political Identity of Eighteenth-Century Norfolk” Early American Studies (forthcoming)
“La red lationamericana de católicas por el derecho a decidir” in De lo personal a lo politico: 30 años de agencia feminista en America Latina , with M C Mejia, (2006).
Evita , four editions, (4th- 2005).
Evita, Mitos y representaciones , (2002).
“Against Marianisno,” in Gender’s Place: Feminist Anthropologies of Latin America , with R Montoya, L Frazier and J Hurtig (eds.), (2002).
La construcción de un nuevo saber. Cambios sociales, economicos y culturales , with C R Stimpson, (2000).
Rethinking American Women's Activism (Routledge, 2014).
The War on Poverty: A New Grassroots History, 1964-1980, edited by Annelise Orleck and Lisa Gayle Hazirjian (University of Georgia Press, 2011).
Storming Caesar’s Palace: How Black Mothers Fought Their Own War on Poverty (Beacon Press, 2005).
The Soviet Jewish Americans (Greenwood Press ,1999, pbk 2001).
The Politics of Motherhood: Activist Voices from Left to Right, co-edited with Alexis Jetter and Diana Taylor (UPNE, 1997).
Common Sense And A Little Fire: Women and Working Class Politics in the United States (University of North Carolina Press, 1995).
"Soviet Jews: The Continuing Russification of Jewish New York," in Nancy Foner, ed., One Out of Three (Columbia University Press, 2013).
"My Radical Vegas," Contexts (Winter 2012).
"Feminism and the Labor Movement: A Century of Collaboration and Conflict," New Labor Forum (2011).
"Rethinking the War on Poverty in a New Age of Inequality," in Thomas Sugrue and Alice O'Connor (eds.), The War on Poverty at 50.
The Fixers: Devolution, Development, and Civil Society in Newark, 1960-1990. University of Chicago Press, 2016.
The Business of Black Power: Corporate Responsibility, Community Development, and Capitalism in Post-War America, edited by Laura Warren Hill and Julia Rabig, University of Rochester Press, 2012
"An Explosion in the 'Laboratory of Democracy,' " Black Power at Work, edited by David Goldberg and Trevor Griffey, Cornell University Press, 2010.
"What's the Matter with Newark?" Shelterforce, Journal of the National Housing Institute, Fall 2008.
Cherokees, Europeans, and Empire in the Trans-Appalachian West, 1670-1774 (New Directions in Native American Studies Series, University of Oklahoma Press, Forthcoming)
Middle Tennessee, 1775-1825: Progress and Popular Democracy on the Southwestern Frontier (University of Tennessee Press, 2007)
In Progress: Constructing a Discourse of Indian Slavery, Freedom, and Society in Anglo-Virginia, 1600-1830 (Under consideration at Yale University Press)
Recent Journal Articles:
“Constructing a Discourse of Indigenous Slavery and Freedom in Anglo-Virginia, 1600-1750,” Native South Volume 10 (2017), forthcoming
“‘The Indians of every denomination were free, and independent of us’: White Southern Explorations of Indigenous Slavery, Freedom, and Society, 1772-1830,” for the “Indigenous Histories of the American South during the long Nineteenth Century” issue of American Nineteenth Century History Vol. 17 #2 (2016)
“Leadership, Loyalty, and Sovereignty in the Revolutionary American Southwest: The State of Franklin as Case Study,” North Carolina Historical Review Vol. XCII #2 (April 2015)
“Cherokees and Franco-British Confrontation in the Tennessee Corridor, 1730-1760,” Native South Volume 7 (2014)
“The Republicans are the Nation? Thomas Jefferson, William Duane, and the Evolution of the Republican Coalition, 1809 -1815,” American Nineteenth Century History Vol. 14 #3 (2013)
Invited Essays and Book Chapters:
“‘Our Concerns with Indians are now greatly extended’: Cherokees, Westward Indians, and Interpreting the Quebec Act from the Ohio Valley, 1763-1774” in Francois Furstenberg and Olivier Hubert, eds., The Quebec Act of 1774: Transnational Contexts, Meanings, and Legacies (Under Review at Oxford University Press)
“Cherokees, Empire, and the Tennessee Corridor in the British Imagination, 1670-1730,” in Kristofer Ray, ed., Before The Volunteer State: New Thoughts on Early Tennessee History, 1670-1800 (University of Tennessee Press, 2015)
With Kevin T. Barksdale, “Searching for John Sevier: Myth, Memory, and the History of Early Tennessee History,” in Ray, ed., Before The Volunteer State
“Indians, Europeans, and the Struggle for Empire in 18th Century North America,” in Antonio Thompson and Christos Frentzos, eds., The Routledge Handbook of U.S. Diplomatic and Military History, Volume 1: Colonial Period to 1877 (Routledge Press, 2014)
“Thomas Jefferson and A Summary View of the Rights of British North America,” in Francis D. Cogliano, ed., A Companion to Thomas Jefferson (Blackwell Publishing, 2012)
Edited Volumes and Documentary Editions:
Editor, Before the Volunteer State: New Thoughts on Early Tennessee History, 1670-1800 (University of Tennessee Press, 2015)
Assistant Editor, The Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Retirement Series, Volume 5: May 1812-March 1813 (Princeton University Press, 2009)
Assistant Editor, The Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Retirement Series, Volume 3: August 1810-June 1811 (Princeton University Press, 2006)
Assistant Editor, The Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Retirement Series, Volume 2: November 1809-August 1810 (Princeton University Press, 2005)
In Progress: Co-Editing with Brady DeSanti, Understanding and Teaching Native American History (The Harvey Goldberg Series for Understanding and Teaching History, University of Wisconsin Press)
The Politics of Chieftaincy: Authority and Property in Colonial Ghana, 1920-1950 (University of Rochester Press, Rochester Studies in African History and the Diaspora Series, 2014).
"Decolonization, Cold War Dynamics and Nation Building in Ghana-Asia-Relations: 1957-1966." Forth coming in The International Journal of African Historical Studies, 49 (2016).
“The Politics of Land and Urban Space in Colonial Accra,” History in Africa, 39 (2012): 293-329.
The Cambridge History of Christianity , vol. IV: Christianity in Western Europe, 1100-1500 , ed. with M Rubin (2009)
Ludo J. R. Milis, Religion, Culture, and Mentalities in the Medieval Low Countries: Selected Essays , ed. with J Deploige, M De Reu, and S Vanderputten (2005).
The Productivity of Urban Space in Northern Europe , ed. with P Arnade and M Howell (2002).
Cities of Ladies: Beguine Communities in the Medieval Low Countries , 1200-1565 (2001; paperback 2003)
Béguins et Béguines à Tournai au Bas Moyen Âge , co-auth. with M Lauwers (1988)
Stad en apostolaat: De vestiging van de bedelorden in het graafschap Vlaanderen, 1225-1350 (1987)
Bedelordekloosters in het graafschap Vlaanderen (1987)
Suh, Soyoung, (forthcoming) “Ho Chun’s (1546-1615) Tonguibogam ( Precious Mirror of Eastern Medicine ),” an insert in TJ Hinrichs and Linda L. Barnes eds., Chinese Medicine and Healing: An Illustrated History (Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press)
___________, (forthcoming) “Marketing Medicine to Koreans,” a book chapter inserted in Vivienne Lo ed., Visualizing Chinese Medicine (Leiden and Boston, MA, Brill).
___________, (2010) Review of Carla Nappi, The Monkey and the Inkpot: Natural History and Its Transformation in Early Modern China (Cambridge Massachusetts; Harvard University Press, 2009), Journal of the Korean History of Science Society , 32:2, 311-319 (Korean).
___________, (2010) “From Influence to Confluence: Positioning the History of Pre-Modern Korean Medicine in East Asia,” Korean Journal of Medical History 19:2, 225-254, state of the field article.
___________, (2010) Review of Institute of History of Medicine, Yonsei University ed., Hanŭihak, singminjirŭl alt’a 한의학, 식민지를 앓다: 식민지 시기 한의학의 근대화 연구 __ The Modernization of Korean Traditional Medicine during the Colonial Period">(Seoul: Akanet, 2008), East Asian Science, Technology and Society: an International Journal. 4:2, 363-366.
___________, (2008) “Herbs of Our Own Kingdom: Layers of the ‘Local’ in the Materia Medica of Choson Korea,” Asian Medicine: Tradition and Modernity 4:2, 395-422.
___________, (2008) “A History of Herbal Medicine in Korea” an article inserted in Volker Scheid and Dan Bensky, Chinese Herbal Medicine: Formulas and Strategies , 2 nd ed. (Eastland Press).
“Introduction Into the Works of the Sociologist, L G Ionina,” in Russian Metamorphoses: Cultural Transformation and Social Changes , L G Ionin Lewiston, (1999) iii-xii.
Adapting to Modernity: Family, Caste and Capitalism Among the Baltic German Nobility , Ostmitteleuropa in Vergangenheit und Gegenwart, (1999).
“The Debate on Women’s Education in the Baltic Provinces (1850-1905)” in Bevoelkerungsverschiebungen und sozialer Wandel in den baltischen Provinzen Russlands 1850-1905 , G Von Pistohlkors and A Plakans (eds.) (1995) 163-180.
“Balthasar Baron Campenhausen (1745-1800): Portrait of a Baltic Civil Servant,” Journal of Baltic Studies , XVIII no. 1 (Spring 1987) 45-62.
Alexander III and the State Council: Bureaucracy and Countèrreform in Late Imperial Russia , (1982).
Those Who Have Borne the Battle: A History of America's Wars and Those Who Fought Them (Public Affairs, Perseus Books Group, 2012)