Political Belief in France, 1927-1945: Gender, Empire, and Fascism in the Croix de Feu and Parti Social Français. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2015.
Published Peer-Reviewed Articles and Book Chapters
“Experiencing Colonial Violence From Below: French and Amazigh Entanglement during the Conquest of Morocco in the Early Twentieth-Century” French History, Special Issue, “Colonial Histories From Below,” edited by Jennifer Sessions and Claire Eldridge (forthcoming 2019).
“‘Il est, en France, le symbole du fascisme’: François de La Rocque et les Croix de feu/Parti social français,” in Fascisme français, le refoulement, Zeev Sternhell dir. Paris: Editions du Cerf, (forthcoming 2019).
“Review Essay: Gender and Politics in Interwar France and Vichy France,” Contemporary European History 27, no. 3 (2018): 482-499.
“The Colonial Roots of Political Violence in France: The Croix de Feu, the Popular Front and the Riots of 22 March, 1936 in Morocco.” In Political Violence and Democracy in Western Europe, 1918-1940, edited by Chris Millington and Kevin Passmore. 127-143. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.
“‘Our Body Doesn’t Have to be Ugly’: Physical Culture, Gender, and Racial Rejuvenation in the Croix de Feu/Parti Social Français.” In The French Right Between the Wars: Political and Intellectual Movements from Conservatism to Fascism, edited by Samuel Kalman and Sean Kennedy. 163-179. New York: Berghahn Books, 2014.
“Building a Movement, Dismantling the Republic: Women and Political Extremism in the Croix de Feu/Parti Social Français, 1927-1940.” French Historical Studies 35, no. 4 (Fall 2012): 691-726.
“Women and Gender in the Croix de Feu/PSF: Creating a Nationalist Youth Culture, 1927-1939.” Proceedings of the Western Society for French History 36 (2008/2009): 249-64.