RECENT ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS
“Mountaineering, Masculinity, and the Male Body in Mid Victorian Britain,” in Robert Nye and Erika Milam (eds.), “Scientific Masculinities,” Osiris, Vol. 30 (November, 2015), pp. 158-181.
“Oceans through Islands to Mountains: Creating the ‘Correspondence Principle’,” pp. 192-210 in John Gillis and Franziska Toma (eds.), Fluid Frontiers: New Currents in Marine Environmental History (Cambridge, UK: White Horse Press, 2015).
“The Spaces In Between: Science, Ocean, Empire,” Isis, Vol. 105, no. 2 (June, 2014), pp. 338-351. Co-authored with Helen Rozwadowski.
“Introduction: John Tyndall, Scientific Naturalism, and Modes of Communication,” in Bernard Lightman and Michael S. Reidy (eds.), The Age of Scientific Naturalism: Tyndall and His Contemporaries (London: Pickering & Chatto Press, February 2014), pp. 1-17.
“Evolutionary Naturalism on High: The X-Club Sequesters the Alps,” in Bernard Lightman and Gowan Dawson (eds.), Victorian Scientific Naturalism: Community, Identity, Continuity (Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2014), pp. 55-78.
“From Oceans to Mountains: Constructing Space in the Imperial Mind,” in Knowing Global Environments: New Historical Perspectives on the Field Sciences, edited by Jeremy Vetter (Rutgers University Press, 2010), pp. 17-38.
“John Tyndall’s Vertical Physics: From Rock Quarries to Icy Peaks,” Physics in Perspective 12 (2010), pp. 122-145.
“Coming Down: Or How Mountaineering Changed Science,” The Alpine Journal: A Record of Mountain Adventures and Scientific Observations Since 1863, Vol. 116 (September, 2013), pp. 53-62. (150th Anniversary Edition)
“The Strange Deaths, Varied Lives, and Ultimate Resurrection of Professor Tyndall,” The Montana Professor, Vol. 23, No. 1 (Spring, 2013), pp. 12-14.
“Cosmic Emotion,” Alpinist Magazine (Summer, 2012), pp. 93-96.
“The Rucksack of Joseph Dalton Hooker,” Alpinist Magazine (Winter, 2010-2011), pp. 83-86.