Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles:
“Dangerous Friendships in Eighteenth-Century Buddhist Laṅkā and Siam,” Itinerario: Journal of Imperial and Global Interactions 46, no. 3 (2022): pp, DOI: 10.1017/S0165115322000213.
“Mobilizing Gendered Piety in Sri Lanka’s Contemporary Bhikkhunī Ordination Dispute,” Buddhist Studies Review 36, no. 1 (2019): 99–121, DOI: 10.1558/bsrv.35050.
Review of Buddhist and Islamic Orders in Southern Asia: Comparative Perspectives, eds. R. Michael Feener & Anne M. Blackburn, Asian Ethnology 79, no 2 (2020): 413-415.
Review of Buddhism, Politics, and the Limits of Law: The Pyrrhic Constitutionalism of Sri Lanka, by Benjamin Schonthal, Asian Ethnology 77, no. 1 & 2 (2018): 470–472.
“Traveling Monks and the Troublesome Prince: On the Aftermath of the Dutch VOC’s Mediation of Buddhist Connection Between Kandy and Ayutthaya,” Kelaniya University (Sri Lanka) Journal of Social Sciences (New Series), 1, no. 1 (2022): 35–53.
(with Bruno M. Shirley) “A ‘Linguist’s’ Archive? Cursory Reflections on Some Pali Manuscripts Collected by James W. Gair,” Cornell University’s South Asia Program Bulletin, September, 2021.
Public Lectures and Multimedia:
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Producer, Editor, and Guest Host, Florence Robinson, Gerda Lerner, and Women’s History at UW-Madison, special episode of the UW–Madison History Department’s “Ask a Historian” podcast, November, 2020.
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“Monks, Ministers, and Virtuous Kings: Stories of Buddhist Lineage Transmission in Dutch Colonial Southern Asia,” Center for Religion and Global Citizenry, UW–Madison, April, 29, 2020.
“Mahayana” and “Women’s Buddhist Networks,” in Encyclopedia of Women in World Religions: Faith and Culture across History (Santa Barbara, CA: ABC–CLIO, 2018).