Rivals for Rights: Mary Dennett, Margaret Sanger, and the Making of the American Birth Control Movement (under contract with Rutgers University Press).

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

2022     “Contemporary Comstockery: Legal Restrictions on Medication Abortion,” Journal of General Internal Medicine. (June 10, 2022). Co-authored with Kelly S. O’Donnell, Ph.D.

2021     “‘The Offspring of Drunkards’: Gender, Welfare, and the Eugenic Politics of Birth Control and Alcohol Reform in the United States.” 49 (3) Journal of Law, Medicine, & Ethics (Fall 2021): 357-354. 

2020     “A Right to Ourselves: Woman’s Suffrage and The Birth Control Movement,” 19.4 Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era (October 2020): 542-558. Co-authored with Heather Munro Prescott, Ph.D. Nominated by the Journal Editorial Board for the 2021 Berkshire Conference of Women Historians Article Prize. 

2019     “The Politics of Female Pain: The Twilight Sleep Association and the Origins of the Birth Control Movement, 1913-1915,” 45.1 Medical Humanities (March 2019): 67-74. 

2018     “‘The Reasonable (Wo)man:’ Physicians, Freedom of Contract, and Women’s Rights, 1870-1930,” 32.4 Law and History Review (November 2018): 771-809.

2017     “The Presence of a Monstrosity”: Eugenics, Female Disability, and Obstetrical-Gynecologic Medicine in Late 19th-Century New York,” MIRANDA (November 2017).