‘Mastering the Nile? Confidence and anxiety in D. S. George’s photographs of the first Aswan Dam, 1899-1912’, Environmental History, 2020 (Open Access version available on HCommons Core)

Book chapters

[Forthcoming] ‘River Lines and Railway Lines: Colonial military technonatures in the making of Sudan’s Capital Region’, in Thelle and Høghøj (eds), Environment, Agency, and Technology in Urban Life since c.1750: Technonatures in the Global North, Palgrave Macmillan

Review essays

[Forthcoming] Joint review of Dilip da Cunha’s The Invention of Rivers: Alexander’s Eye and the Ganga’s Descent (University of Pennsylvania Press); Jennifer Derr’s The Lived Nile: Environment, Disease, and Material Colonial Economy in Egypt (Stanford University Press); and Jason M. Kelly et al Rivers of the Anthropocene (University of California Press) for Rethinking History

Book reviews

Lia Paradis, Imperial Culture and the Sudan, for European Review of History – Revue européenne d’histoire, 2021

Peter H. Christensen, Germany and the Ottoman Railways: Art, Empire, and Infrastructure, for ABE Journal: Architecture Beyond Europe, 17, 2020

James Whidden, Egypt: British colony, imperial capital, for Rethinking History, 24, 2020