‘On class as a product of struggle’ (journal article), Overland, Overland Literary Journal Online: January 2023

‘A brief history of sabotage in New Zealand’ (online article), The Spinoff: November 2022

‘Carceral Frontiers’ (seminar video recording), New Approaches: Prison Labour in Global Empire, Australian Society for the Study of Labour History: September 2022

‘The best radical history books that rocked my world’ (online article), Shepherd: July 2022

‘The shady origins of New Zealand’s pine plantations’ (online article), The Spinoff: June 2022

‘On Aotearoa, abolition and history from below’ (interview), Asia Art Tours: March 2022

Interview with Tia Ebert for ‘Some Archives’ (interview), Some Archives, edited by Tia Ebert: 2021/2022

‘No-one is free until everyone is free: a thesis on prison labour’ (journal article), Overland, Overland Literary Journal Online: November 2021

‘How our settler colonial past shapes our horizons’ (newspaper article), Stuff: August 2021

The History of a Riot (book) Bridget Williams Books: Wellington, August 2021

‘Gender-conscious prisons are not the answer’ (online article), The Spinoff: March 2021

‘From HG Wells to David Farrier: On writers and conspiracy theories’ (online article), The Spinoff: August 2020

‘Silencing the past: reflections on remembering and forgetting’ (journal article), Overland, Overland Literary Journal Online: May 2020

‘Covid lockdowns give us a chance to reimagine Anzac Day and consider war more honestly’ (online article), The Guardian: April 2020

‘The History of a Riot: Class, Popular Protest and Violence in Early Colonial Nelson’ (online feature article), Labour History Project: January 2020 *Shortlisted for the 2021 Bert Roth Award

‘Archive stories, archive realities’ (book chapter), Freerange Press: December 2019

‘A Poem for Lenin: Reds under the bed in Swanson’ (online article), Newsroom: November 2019

‘History from below: a reading list with Marcus Rediker’ (journal article), History Workshop, History Workshop Journal UK: May 2019

‘The war that never ended: public history for the present’ (public talk), PHANZA Conference: April 2019

‘Dead Letters, Great War Stories’ (public talk), National Library: April 2019

Dead Letters: Censorship and Subversion in New Zealand 1914-1920 (book) Otago University Press: Dunedin, March 2019 *WINNER of the Bert Roth Award for Labour History 2020; Longlisted for the Ockham New Zealand Book Award for General Non-Fiction 2020; Shortlisted for the NZSA Heritage Book Awards 2019

‘Must watch for Bolshevism’: the untold history of armistice’ (journal article), Overland, Overland Literary Journal Online: November 2018

‘Slow down comrades! There’s more than one way to strike’ (journal article), Overland, Overland Literary Journal Online: September 2018

‘The History of Censorship and State Control During the First World War’ (online entry), WW100, Ministry for Culture and Heritage: August 2018

‘The house John Doe built: the hidden history of prison labour in New Zealand’ (journal article), Overland, Overland Literary Journal Online: May 2018

‘Hjelmar Von Dannevill Great War Story’ (interview), video produced and directed by Anna Cottrell, AC Productions for MediaWorks Newshub: 22 April 2018

‘Radical Objects: New Zealand’s Socialist Cross of Honor and Antimilitarist Protest’ (online journal article), History Workshop, History Workshop Journal UK: February 2018

Ragnar Redbeard’ (review), Journal of New Zealand Studies, Stout Research Centre: December 2017

‘Precarious Pasts and Postwork Futures’ (journal article), LHP Bulletin 71, Labour History Project: November 2017

He Whakaputanga: The Declaration of Independence, 1835 (book) with Vincent O’Malley (Introduction) and the Department of Internal Affairs, Bridget Williams Books: May 2017. *WINNER ‘Best Student Resource – Secondary’ in the Copyright Licensing NZ 2018 Education Awards

‘Domestic Postal Censorship in WW1’ (interview) Radio New Zealand: September 2016

Outcasts of the Gods?’ (review), Archifacts, ARANZ: June 2016

‘Dissent during the First World War: By the numbers’ (blogpost), Te Papa: June 2016

Fighting War: Anarchists, Wobblies & the New Zealand State 1905-1925 (booklet), Rebel Press: May 2016. *Shortlisted for the 2017 Bert Roth Award

‘A Hundred Little Treaties’ (article), Mana Magazine, February/March 2016

Lines of Work: Stories of Jobs and Resistance‘ (review), LHP Bulletin 64, Labour History Project: August 2015

‘Seeing Red’ (public talk), A Contemporary Conversation, National Library: July 2015

‘Philip Josephs: Aro Valley anarchist’ (public talk), My Country Right or Wrong a Contribution to the WW100 Commemorations, Aro Valley: May 2015

‘Revolutionary Continuum: Kotare Trust Poster Archive’ (journal article) Signal 4: A Journal of International Political Graphics & Culture, PM Press: May 2015

‘Colonial Continuum: Archives, Access and Power’ (journal article), Archifacts, ARANZ: April 2015. *WINNER of the 2016 Michael Standish Prize

‘Wobbly driplines: strikes, stowaways & the SS Manuka’ (journal article), LHP Bulletin 63, Labour History Project: April 2015

‘The Naughty Bits’ (interview), censorship documentary by Top Shelf Productions for Prime TV: March 2015

‘Out of sight, out of mind? Non-user understandings of archives in Aotearoa New Zealand’ (masters thesis), Masters of Information Studies, Victoria University of Wellington: February 2014

‘Seditious Intentions: Anarchist Resistance to the First World War in New Zealand / Aufrührerische Absichten. Anarchistischer Widerstand gegen den Ersten Weltkrieg in Neuseeland’ (book chapter), AnarchistInnen & SyndikalistInnen und der Erste Weltkrieg (Anarchists & Syndicalists in the First World War), Edition AV: 2014

‘Johann Sebastian Trunk, 1850-1933’ (journal articleLHP Bulletin, Labour History Project: 2013

‘Seditious Intentions: Anarchist Resistance to the First World War in New Zealand’ (conference lecture), Rethinking War, Stout Centre VUW: November 2013

‘Reds & Wobblies: working-class radicalism & the state’ (public talk), 1913 Strike Centenary, National Library: October 2013

‘Unpicking arcadia: Philip Josephs & early New Zealand anarchism’ (journal article), Imminent Rebellion 12, Rebel Press: September 2013

‘Radical Wellington’ (public talk), Wellington Public Library: August 2013

‘Sewing Freedom: Book Launch’ (public talk), Wellington Museum: May 2013

Sewing Freedom: Philip Josephs, Transnationalism & Early New Zealand Anarchism (book) AK Press: Oakland, USA, April 2013 *Highly Commended, 2014 PANZ Book Design Awards, Shortlisted for the 2014 Bert Roth Award

‘Socialist Cross of Honor: markings of a working class counter-culture’ (journal article), LHP Bulletin 55, Labour History Project: August 2012

‘Philip Josephs – early anarchist in New Zealand’ (article), Kosher Koala, Australian Jewish Genealogical Society: May 2012

‘Where’s the Section on Censorship? A Personal Encounter with Provenance’ (journal article), Archifacts, ARANZ: October 2011-April 2012

‘Pages from New Zealand history: Tracing Joe Hill’s Ashes in New Zealand’ (public talk), WEA: February 2012

‘The Miners’ Militant History’ (article), The Spark, November 2011

‘Past to Present: Lessons from the New Zealand Labour Movement’ (public talk), Occupy Christchurch: October 2011

‘Wobblies Down Under’ (radio feature), Radio New Zealand: October 2011

Remains to be Seen: Tracing Joe Hill’s Ashes in New Zealand (book), Rebel Press: Wellington, June 2011

‘This is not a manifesto: Towards an anarcho-design practice’ (article), Libcom, May 2011