2017 journal article
Mathematics and Physics of First and Last Instants: Walter Burley and William of Ockham
VIVARIUM-AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR THE PHILOSOPHY AND INTELLECTUAL LIFE OF THE MIDDLE AGES AND RENAISSANCE, 55(1-3), 103–129.
The new theories of the mathematical reports from XIV to XVI century
[Review of ]. Renaissance Quarterly, 68(3), 1018–1574.
2014 journal article
Tercentenary of Ars Conjectandi (1713): Jacob Bernoulli and the Founding of Mathematical Probability
INTERNATIONAL STATISTICAL REVIEW, 82(1), 27–45.
Atomism in late medieval philosophy and theology
[Review of ]. Isis, 101(2), 424–425.
Evidence and interpretation in studies on early science and medicine: Essays in honor of John E. Murdoch
Leiden; Boston: Brill.
Ed(s): & W. Newman
God's clockmaker: Richard of Wallingford and the invention of time.
[Review of ]. Journal for the History of Astronomy, 38, 238–241.
Questions on the Treatise on Proportions by Thomas Bradwardine
[Review of ]. Historia Mathematica (Toronto, Ont.), 34(2), 227–229.
The art of conjecturing, together with Letter to a friend on sets in court tennis
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.
The works of Jakob Bernoulli, vol 5, Differential geometry.
[Review of ]. Annals of Science, 62(4), 541–542.
In E. Sylla & M. McVaugh (Eds.), Texts and contexts in ancient and medieval science: Studies on the occasion of John E. Murdoch's seventieth birthday (p. xi-). Leiden ; New York: Brill.
Ed(s): & M. McVaugh
Texts and contexts in ancient and medieval science: Studies on the occasion of John E. Murdoch's seventieth birthday
Leiden; New York: Brill.
The transmission of the new physics of the fourteenth century from England to the continent
In S. Caroti & P. Souffrin (Eds.), La Nouvelle physique du XIVe siecle (pp. 65–110). Firenze: Olschki.
Ed(s): . S. Caroti & P. Souffrin
Thomas Bradwardine's De continuo and the structure of fourteenth-century learning
In E. Sylla & M. McVaugh (Eds.), Texts and contexts in ancient and medieval science: Studies on the occasion of John E. Murdoch's seventieth birthday (pp. 148–186).
Ed(s): * & M. McVaugh