The Rise of the Scientific Journal in Nineteenth-Century France and Britain
Articles in Progress:
"Science by Numbers: How Knowledge went to Press"
"The Birth of the 'Offprint'"
"Henri Poincaré and the Organization of Knowledge"
"'When men and things and thoughts also would be catalogued': Imagining Categories at the Fin de Siècle."
Objectivities in Print
In Objectivity in Science, ed. F. Padovani, A. Richardson, and J. Tsou [under consideration]
From Anthropometry to Bibliography in the 1890s
Library Trends [forthcoming]
Seriality and the Search for Order: Scientific Print and its Problems during the Late Nineteenth Century
History of Science 48.3/4 (September/December 2010): 399-434.
Featured as "Journals Galore" in the magazine Wilson Quarterly (Winter 2011).
German translation in Zeitschrift für Medienwissenschaft 7 (October 2012).
The Stylistics of Rigor (Or Why Mathematicians Write So Well)
Configurations 11.2 (Spring 2003): 239-268.
Review of Robert Fox, The Savant and the State, in Journal of Modern History [forthcoming]
Review of Adrian Johns, Piracy : the intellectual property wars from Gutenberg to Gates, in Metascience [forthcoming]