“The Maiden and the Wolf: Law, Gender, and Sexual Violence in Imperial Russia,” Slavic Review (forthcoming), co-written with Sergei A. Antonov
“’Prayed to God, Knitted a Stocking’: Needlework on a Nineteenth-Century Russian Estate,” Experiment, 22, 1-12 (2016).
[(Russian) “Who Was Responsible for Vospitanie in the 19th Century? The Evidence of A. I. Chikhachev on Vospitanie as State Service”)], Herald of St. Tikhonov’s Orthodox University for the Humanities. Series 4: Pedagogy and Psychology, Vol. 2, No. 37, pp. 59-71 (2015).
Op-eds and guest blog posts:
“America has forgotten the value of the humanities at the moment it needs them most” in the Washington Post
“How the British defeated homegrown fascism — and how Americans can do the same” in the Washington Post
“The GOP Is No Longer A ‘Conservative’ Party: They’ve become radical, and they want to remake America” in the Huffington Post
“Stay-at-home dads aren’t as new as you think,” Oxford University Press Blog
Review of Enlightened Metropolis: Constructing Imperial Moscow, 1762? 1855 by Alexander M. Martin in Ab Imperio 3/2014 pp. 425-430 (paywall)
Review of From the Womb to the Body Politic: Raising the Nation in Enlightenment Russia by Anna Kuxhausen in Slavic Review Vol. 73, No. 2 (SUMMER 2014), pp. 426-428 (paywall)