‘Historicizing Rawls’, Modern Intellectual History (2021), online first.
‘The Historical Rawls: Introduction’ [lead author, with T. Bejan and A. Zimmermann], Modern Intellectual History (2021), online first.
co-editor, ‘The Historical Rawls’, Special Issue of Modern Intellectual History (2021), online here.
‘The History of Democracy in Early Modernity’ in The Cambridge History of Democracy, vol. 2: 1200-1800 (Cambridge University Press, under contract)
co-editor, The Cambridge History of Democracy, vol. 2: 1200-1800 (Cambridge University Press, under contract)
‘The Language of “Political Science” in Early Modern Europe’, Journal of the History of Ideas 80 (2019), 203-226. [Winner of the Selma V. Forkosch Prize]
‘Democracy and the Body Politic from Aristotle to Hobbes’, Political Theory 46 (2018), 167-196; first published online, September 2016.
‘History, Theory and the Environment’ in Nature, Action and the Future: Political Thought and the Environment (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018). (With Katrina Forrester.)
co-editor, Nature, Action and the Future: Political Thought and the Environment (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018). With essays from: Annabel Brett, Malcolm Bull, Deborah Coen, Fredrik Albritton Jonsson, Melissa Lane, John O’Neil, David Runciman, Quentin Skinner, Richard Tuck, Thomas Uebel and Paul Warde.
Papers in progress
‘A Just Theory: Okin, Rawls and the Politics of Political Philosophy’ (2018 APSA Best Paper Award – Foundations of Political Theory) [under review]
‘Hobbes’s Spooky State’ [under review]
‘A Change of World: Feminism as Political Theory’ [WPSA, April 2020; LSE Political Theory Research Seminar, March 5th 2020]
‘Poetry and the Origins of Political Theory’ (based on my Skinner lecture)
‘Muddles and Upshots’ (‘Fifty Years of Quentin Skinner’s Meaning and Understanding’, University of Sussex, November 30 2019)
‘Civitas and respublica in early modern political thought’
‘Mastery and slavishness’
Book / Research Projects
A Change of World: Women and Ideas in the 20th Century
Imagining Politics: Poetry and the Origins of Political Theory [in progress; for some of the central ideas see my Skinner lecture]