Articles and chapters
‘Walking the Boundaries between Modernity and Tradition: Perambulation and “Beating the Bounds” in Nineteenth-Century Hungary’, in C. Bryantm, A. Burns and P. Readman (eds) 2016, Walking Histories, 1800 - 1914. London: Palgrave MacMillan, pp 35-36.
‘Etching the Law on the Land: The Role of Landscape and Custom in Defining the Space of the Hungarian Village in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries’, Central Europe, Vol. 11:2, November, 2013, pp. 81-100
‘Bringing the Law Back In: Land, Law and the Hungarian Peasantry before 1848’, Slavonic and East European Review, Vol. 91:3, June, 2013, pp. 511-34
‘’Revolutionary’ Forces in a ‘Traditional’ Society: The Place of The Peasantry in 1848’, in M. Rady and L. Peter, eds, Resistance, Rebellion and Revolution in Hungary and Central Europe, Commemorating 1956, University College London, School of Slavonic & Eastern European Studies London, 2008, pp. 99-106
‘Land, Crown and Nation: The Problem of Land Reform in Nineteenth-Century Hungary’, in E. Ihatsu and R. Manytysalo, eds, Heritage and Risk in Rural Europe: Hungary, Oulo, 2006, pp. 5-29