Paul Rapin Thoyras and the Art of Eighteenth-Century Historiography, Oxford Studies in the Enlightenment, 2021.




“Effacés du nombre des Chrétiens”:Reading Enslaved Agency through the Sacrament of Confession in the 18th-Century French Caribbean”, Cristianesimo nella Storia.

“A Transatlantic Battle of Robes:French Priests in the Haitian Revolution”, French History.



From Slave to Royal Vassal: Jean-François’s Negotiation Strategies in the Haitian Revolution”, Slavery & Abolition, 2:4 (2021), 777-802.

Only when French generals will give their daughters in marriage to the Nègres”: Jean-François Petecou and the Other Path to Haitian Freedom”, Age of Revolutions, May 2021.

Atlantic Ripples in the Mediterranean: Early nineteenth-century Patriotic Readings of Haiti in the Italian peninsula”, Atlantic Studies, 18:2 (2021), 172-192.

Italians Crossing the Caribbean: Two Case Studies”, Age of Revolutions, Dec. 2020

"The Making of a Man of Letters: The Backstage and Afterlife of Paul Rapin Thoyras’ Histoire d’Angleterre, Erudition and the Republic of Letters, 3:3 (July 2018), 315 - 347

“Crafting the Identity of a Historian in the Republic of Letters: Paul Rapin Thoyras’ (1661-1725) Self-Fashioning between Innovation and Tradition”, Medieval and Early Modern Studies Papers, 2015, 1-27

“Book History in Global Context: Print Culture in Global and Transnational Context Study Day Report”, Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing News, 24.02.2015.