Books and book chapters
The Hustle and the Scramble: How women sold art and became professionals in turn of the century London, New York: Bloomsbury, forthcoming 2018
Multiple chapters, In Freedom’s Cause: The Queensland Legal Profession and the First World War, Brisbane: Supreme Court Library Queensland, 2016
Peer reviewed journal articles
‘Stitching Professionalism: Female-Run Embroidery Agencies and the Provision of Artistic Work for Women, 1870-1900’, Journal of Victorian Culture, 21. No.2 (2016): 184-204.
‘Portraiture and Patronage: Women, Reputation and the Business of Selling Art, 1880-1914’, Visual Culture in Britain, 17, no.2 (2016): 181-199.
‘An Art School of Their Own: Women’s Ateliers in England, 1880-1920’, Woman’s Art Journal 34, no.2 (2013): 39-44.
“Queensland Women Poets and the First World War: Building a Digital Anthology”, State Library of Queensland Blog, 21 April 2017, http://blogs.slq.qld.gov.au/ww1/2017/04/21/queensland-women-poets-and-the-first-world-war-building-a-digital-anthology/
“Women Citizens of World War One”, State Library of Queensland Blog, 14 December 2016, http://blogs.slq.qld.gov.au/ww1/2016/12/14/women-citizens-of-world-war-one/
“Day in the Life of a Working Historian: Maria Quirk”, Australian Women’s History Network Vida Blog, 12 December 2016, http://www.auswhn.org.au/blog/maria-quirk/
“Convent Embroidery Workrooms”, Journal of Victorian Culture Online, 11 December 2016, http://blogs.tandf.co.uk/jvc/2016/12/11/maria-quick-convent-embroidery-workrooms/