My new research concentrates on the gendered nature of international politics and law. I find it fascinating that in 1915 during the First World War, over a thousand women met at The Hague to find ways to end the war. At a time when women were not seen as creditable political actors, female peace activists sought to find ways towards a sustainable peace.
Faith in Empire: Politics at the Heart of the Religious Mission, 1790-1840. (in progress)
"'Like Barnabus and Saul': A Malagasy Converts in Britain 1839-1841," Journal of Religious History, 38/4 (2014).
"Recruitment and Service of Māori Soldiers in World War One," Itinerario 38/3 (2014).
‘“Mother Seacole”: Victorian Domesticity on the Battlefields of the Crimean War,’ Minerva: Journal on Women and War n.s. 1/2 (Fall 2007): 7-21.
Beth Newman, Subjects on Display. Journal of British Studies, 44 (2006).
Gwyn Campbell, History of Imperial Madagascar, 1750-1895: The Rise and Fall of an Island Empire. Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History, 6 (2005).