"Imperial Ideals: Women in Scotland's Universities and the British Empire" in Women in Higher Education, 1850-1970: International Perspectives (New York: Routledge, 2015), 52-75.
"Refashioning James Bond as an American Secret Agent: Scarecrow and Mrs. King, 1983-1987" in James Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional Superspy (Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2014), 140-161.
University Coeducation in the Victorian Era: Inclusion in the United States and the United Kingdom (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010).
Contributor to The Encyclopedia of the Early Republic & Antebellum America (Los Angeles, CA: M. E. Sharpe, 2010). Entries on: Education and Schools, Middle-Class Women, Catharine Beecher, Dolley Madison, Mt. Holyoke College, Normal Schools, Republican Motherhood, and Robert Owen.
"Victorian Women as Interdisciplinary History: Sources for Course Preparation," Women's History Review 18, no. 5 (November 2009): 853-861.
"Re-Adjustment & Americanization Following the First World War," chapter to be included in Proceedings of the War and Nation Building in the 20th Century Conference edited by Marlene San Miguel Groner (2007).
"A Plea for the Highlands of Scotland: university reform in the early 20th century," chapter 9 in David Seth Preston (ed.), The Idea of Education, part of the At the Interface/Probing the Boundaries series (Rodopi: Amsterdam and New York, 2004), 141-158.
"'Qu'elles continuent de frapper à la porte!'": L'admission des femmes dans les universités écossaises à la fin du XIXe siècle," chapter to be included in La Mixité dans l'éducation: enjeux passés et présents (Ecole Normale Supérieure Editions, 2004).
"'Gendering the 'Wisconsin Idea': The Women's Self-Government Association and University Life, c. 1898-1948," chapter 7 in Jane Martin and Joyce Goodman (eds.), Gender, Colonialism and Education: The Politics of Experience (Woburn Press, 2002), pp. 148-172.
"Women's Higher Education in Late Victorian Society: A Comparative Study of Improvement, Enlightenment, and Marriage," Michigan Academician (March 2002).
"Learning Enlightenment After September 11th," Politics and Culture 4 (2002).
"The Glasgow Association for the Higher Education of Women, 1878-1883," The Historian 63, no. 2 (Winter 2001), pp. 357-371.
"'The brilliant opening of a stubborn battle': The Queen Margaret College Bazaar and women's admission to higher education in Scotland, c. 1892," Leeds Working Papers in Victorian Studies, Volume 3: Platform-Pulpit-Rhetoric (Leeds, 2000), pp. 150-165.
Scotland’s Hidden Harlots & Heroines: Women’s role in Scottish society from 1690-1969, by Annie Harrower-Gray, History Scotland (January/February 2015).
Scottish Women: A Documentary History, 1780-1914, edited by Esther Breitenbach, Linda Fleming, S. Karly Kehoe, and Lesley Orr, History Scotland (November/December 2014).
Teaching History in the Digital Age by T. Mills Kelly, Teachers College Record (April 2014).
The Victorian Elliots in Peace and War: Lord and Lady Minto, their family and household between 1816 and 1901, by John Evans, History Scotland (November/December 2013).
Women in Moray, by Susan Bennett, Mary Byatt, Jenny Main, Anne Oliver, and Janet Trystall, History Scotland (July/August 2013).
The Educated Woman: Minds, Bodies, and Women's Higher Education in Britain, Germany, and Spain, 1865-1914, by Katharina Rowold, Social History of Medicine (June 2012).
Gender and Political Identities in Scotland, 1919-1939, by Annmarie Hughes, History Scotland (January/February 2012).
Scotland’s Land Girls: Breeches, Bombers and Backaches, edited by Elaine M. Edwards, History Scotland (January/February 2011).
Myth and Materiality in a Woman’s World: Shetland 1800-2000, by Lynn Abrams, History Scotland (July/August 2010).
Governesses: Lives of the Real Jane Eyres, by Ruth Brandon, Teachers College Record (2009).
Generations: Academic Feminists in Dialogue by Devoney Looser and E. Ann Kaplan (eds.) for H-Women (May 1998).