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This list is not exhaustive. I have endeavoured to make key publications accessible online. If you would like to read anything that is not provided here, please email me via the Contact page.


Democratic Access to Academic Knowledge,’ (24 June 2010).


This Mortal Coil: The Body in History and Culture (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016).

Nominated by Professor Joanna Bourke as one of the best History books of 2016: and reviewed in BMJ Medical Humanities:

Matters of the Heart: History, Medicine and Emotion (Oxford: Oxford University Press 2010).

Shortlisted for the 2011 Longman/History Today Book of the Year. Reviewed in the Times Literary Supplement, Medical History, The Lancet, and the Social History of Medicine.

Editor and contributor, Medicine, Emotion and Disease, 1700-1950 (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006).


‘From Face/Off to the ‘Face Race’: The Case of Isabelle Dinoire and the Future of the Face Transplant,’ BMJ Medical Humanities, 9 December, 2016.

‘From Paraffin to PIP: the Surgical Search for the Perfect Breast,’ in Mark Jackson (Ed.), Routledge History of Disease (Routledge: Abingdon and New York, 2017), pp. 335-357

John Hunter’s Heart,’ Bulletin of The Royal College of Surgeons of England, 95, 4 (2013), pp. 168 – 169.

‘Heart of Myth-Heart of Science, Part 1: Harriet Martineau’s Cardiac Symptoms: A Victorian Case History’, Dialogues in Cardiovascular Medicine, 17 (2012), pp.135-143.

Bodies, Emotions and Historians, Or Why the History of the Heart Matters to Historians of Science and Medicine, Isis, 100 (2009), pp.798 – 810.

Heartfelt Emotions’, The Lancet, 9689 (2009), pp.519 – 520.

‘Angina Pectoris and the Arnolds,’ Medical History, 52 (2008), pp.221 – 36.

‘The Heart of Emotions: Locating the Soul,’  in James Peto (ed.) The Heart (Yale, New Haven, CT 2007).

‘Emotion Theory and Medical History,’ in Fay Bound Alberti (ed.), Medicine, Emotion and Disease, 1700 – 1950 (Basingstoke, 2006).

[as Fay Bound] ‘An “Uncivil” Culture: Marital Violence and Domestic Politics in York, c.1660-c.1760’ in M. Hallett and J. Rendall (eds), Eighteenth-Century York: Culture, Space and Society (York, 2003).

[as Fay Bound] ‘An “Angry and Malicious Mind”: Narratives of Slander at the Church Courts of York, c.1660-c.1760′, History Workshop Journal, 56 (2003), 59 – 77.

[as Fay Bound] ‘Writing the Self’: Love and the Letter in England, c.1660 – c.1760′, Literature and History, 11 (2002), pp. 1-19.

SHORT PIECES [as Fay Bound]

‘Historical Keywords: The Body’, The Lancet, 371 (2008), p.1329.

‘Historical Keywords: Hypochondria,’ The Lancet, 9505 (2006), p.105.

Historical Keywords: Anxiety’The Lancet, 9418 (2004), p.1407.