Articles

“Hand-Maids and Daughters of the Lord’: Quaker Women, Quaker Families, and Somerset’s Anti-Tithe Petition in 1659.” Quaker History 97 No. 1 (Spring 2008): 32-61.

(with James Spickard). "The 'Other' Civil Religion and the Tradition of Radical Quaker Politics." Journal of Church and State (Spring,1994): 301-315.

"Mysticism, Quakerism, and Relative Deprivation: A Sociological Reply to R.A. Naulty," Religion 19 (1989): 157-178.

"Psychological and Mystical Interpretations of Early Quakerism: William James and Rufus Jones," Religion 17 (1987): 251-274.

"Psychology and Quaker Mysticism: The Legacy of William James and Rufus Jones," Quaker History 76 no.1 (Spring, 1987): 1-17.

"Puritan Radicalism and the New Religious Organizations: Seventeenthe Century England and Contemporary America," Comparative Social Research 10, (1987): 3-46.

"The Quaker Ethic and the Fixed Price Policy: Max Weber and Beyond," Sociological Inquiry 53 no.1 (February, 1983):16-32.

"The Quaker Ethic and the Fixed Price Policy: Max Weber and Beyond," revised reprint in Time, Place, and Circumstances: Neo-Weberian Essays in Religion, Culture, and Society. Edited by William Swatos. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1990: 139-150, 198-201.

"The 'Papist' Charges Against the Interregnum Quakers," Journal of Religious History 12 (1982): 180-190.

"Relative Deprivation and Resource Mobilization: A Study of Early Quakerism," British Journal of Sociology 33 no. 4 (December, 1982): 529-544.

"Weber, Goethe, and the Nietzschean Allusion: Capturing the Source of the "Iron Cage" Metaphor" Sociological Analysis 44 (1983): 297-320.

"Research Note: Weber, Goethe, and William Penn: Themes of Marital Love" Sociological Analysis 46 (1985): 315-320.

Encyclopedia Articles

"Quakerism." The Encyclopedia of Religion and Society. Edited by Willam Swatos. London: Alta Mira Press, 1998: 395-396.

Book Chapter

“Seven Thousand ‘Hand-Maids and Daughters of the Lord’: Lincolnshire and Cheshire Quaker Women’s Anti-Tithe Protests in Late Interregnum and Restoration England.” In Women, Gender and Radical Religion in Early Modern Europe. Edited by Sylvia Brown. Leiden: E.J. Brill: 2007: 65-96.