“Guest Editors’ Introduction: New Directions in the History of Native American Slavery Studies,” with Arne Bialuschewski, for a special issue on Native slavery for Ethnohistory vol. 64, no. 1 (forthcoming January 2017).
“‘Why shall wee have peace to bee made slaves?’ Indian Surrenderers During and After King Philip’s War,” for a special issue on Native slavery for Ethnohistory vol. 64, no. 1 (forthcoming January 2017).
“Evangelicals and Unevangelicals: The Contested History of a Word, 1500–1950,” Religion & American Culture vol. 26, no. 2 (July 2016).
"'Not in our Neighborhood': The SPGNA, American Indians, and the Turn to Foreign Missions in the Early Republic," Common-place, 15:3, Spring 2015.
Decoding Roger Williams: The Lost Essay of Rhode Island's Founding Father, with Lucas Mason-Brown and J. Stanley Lemons (Baylor University Press, 2014).
"'By Treachery and Seduction': Indian Baptism and Conversion in the Roger Williams Code," with Lucas Mason-Brown, William and Mary Quarterly 71, no. 2, 3rd ser. (April 2014), 175-202.
“‘Dangerous Designes’: The 1676 Barbados Act to Prohibit New England Indian Slave Importation,” William and Mary Quarterly 71 no. 1, 3rd ser. (January 2014): 99-124.
"Religion, Race, and the Formation of Pan-Indian Identities in the Brotherton Movement, 1700-1800," in Native Diasporas: Indigenous Identities and Settler Colonialism in the Americas, Gregory D. Smithers and Brooke N. Newman, eds. (University of Nebraska Press, 2014).
"A Brass Hawk and an Indian Bible: Land, Sachemship Disputes, and Power in the Conversion of Ben Uncas II," Journal of Social History 47:2 (Winter 2013).
The Indian Great Awakening: Religion and the Shaping of Native Cultures in Early America (Oxford University Press, 2012; paperback 2014).
"'It provd But Temporary, & Short lived': Pequot Affiliation in the First Great Awakening," Ethnohistory 59:3 (July 2012): 465-488..
"Colonial Encounters," in The Columbia Guide to Religion in American History, Paul Harvey and Edward J. Blum, eds. (Columbia University Press, 2012).
"Writing Histories: Empire, Religion, and the Production of Native American Manuscripts, 1600 – 1800," in Manuscripts 63:4 (Fall 2011).
"Native Americans, Conversion, and Christian Practice in Colonial New England," Harvard Theological Review 102:1 (January 2009).
"'I believe they are Papists!': Natives, Moravians, and the Politics of Conversion in Eighteenth-Century Connecticut," The New England Quarterly 81:3 (September 2008).