Below are the scholarly works I have published in addition to the current manuscripts which I am preparing for future publication and will be appearing shortly.
Current Peer-Reviewed Publications
“Encountering the Fields of Fire – Neapolitan Networks from Bohemia to Pennsylvania and the Transformation of Regional Study into Global Science,” Geschichte und Region / Storia e Regione, 30, no. 1 (2021), 87-120.
“A Revolution in Ink: Mapping Benjamin Franklin’s Epistolary Network in the Habsburg Monarchy, 1776-1789,” Jahrbuch der österreichischen Gesellschaft zur Erforschung des 18. Jahrhunderts, 34 (2019), 91-113.
“New World, New Market: A Merchant’s Mission to Trade between Philadelphia and Trieste in 1783,” Yearbook of the Society for 18th Century Studies on South Eastern Europe, Vol. 1, No. 1 “Voices from an era of transition: South Eastern Europe in the 18th Century” (Graz: Universitätsbibliothek Graz, 2018), 65-72.
““Some Here Are Warm for the Part of America”: Knowledge of and Sympathy for the American Cause in the Habsburg Monarchy, 1763-1783,” Journal of Austrian-American History, 1, No. 2 (2017), 128-158.
“175 or 235 Years of Austro-American Relations? Reflections and Repercussions for the Modern Day,” in Joshua Parker and Ralph Poole, eds., Austria and America: – 20th-Century Cross-Cultural Connections (Zurich: Litt Verlag, 2017), 13-30.
“‘A Story of Benign Neglect’? Die Gründungsgeschichte Amerikas und die Habsburgermonarchie 1776-1783,” Opera Historica – Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Frühen Neuzeit, 17, No. 1 (2016), 56-68. English abstract here.
“A Mirror of Reform and Opposition in the Austrian Netherlands and Hungary: The Reforms of Queen Maria Carolina of Naples-Sicily and Her Detractors,” in Henrik Hőnich and Ágoston Nágy, eds., Pamphlets and Patriots: Oppositional Movements in the Austrian Netherlands and Hungary in 1789-1790 (Brussels: Standen & Landen, 2021) (accepted/in press).
“The Scottish Journey of Count Karl von Zinzendorf,” Scottish Historical Review, 101, no. 2 (2022) (accepted/in press ).
“Including Émigrés and Excluding Americans? The Philadelphia Female Seminary of Madame Marie Rivardi (Maria von Born),” in Felicity Jensz and Daniel Gerster, Excluding for Including: Global Perspectives on Boarding Schools, their Participants and Processes during the 19th and 20th Centuries (London: Routledge, 2022) (accepted/in preparation).