The Clocks are Telling Lies: Science, Society and the Construction of Time. McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2022.

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“Managing the Observatory: Discipline, Order and Disorder at Greenwich, 1835-1933.” British Journal for the History of Science, 2021, 54(2): 155-175.

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“Making Time: Transnational Networks and the Establishment of Standard Time in Canada and Beyond, 1867-1905.” in Undiplomatic History, eds. Phillip Van Huizen and Asa McKercher (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2019): 56-75.

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“Boy Scouts and the British World: Autonomy within an Imperial Institution, 1908-1936.” Canadian Journal of History, 2016, 51(1): 33-57. (Winner of the Linda F. Dietz Prize).

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“Courting Public Favour: The Boy Scout Movement and the Accident of Internationalism, 1907-1929.” Historical Research, 2015, 88(241): 508-529.

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“‘Only Send Boys of the Good Type’: Child Migration and the Boy Scout Movement, 1921-1959.” Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth, 2014, 7(3): 377-397.

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