Ermus, Cindy. The Great European Plague Scare of 1720: Disaster and Society in the Eighteenth-Century World [manuscript in preparation].
- Peer-Reviewed Publications
_____. “‘A Scheme so Barbarous and so Destructive’: Plague Politics in Eighteenth-Century England” (article submitted for review).
Gibson, Abraham H. & Cindy Ermus, “Swamp Things: Invasive Species as Environmental Disaster in the Gulf South.” In Disaster and Risk in the Gulf South, edited by Cindy Ermus. Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 2018.
Ermus, Cindy. “The Spanish Plague That Never Was: Crisis and Exploitation in Cádiz During the Peste of Provence.” Special issue on Humans and the Environment in the Long Eighteenth Century, Eighteenth-Century Studies 49, no. 2 (January 2016), 167-93.
_____. “Reduced to Ashes: The Good Friday Fire of 1788 in Spanish Colonial New Orleans.” Louisiana History: The Journal of the Louisiana Historical Association Vol. LIV, No. 3 (Summer 2013), 292-331.
- Electronic Peer-Reviewed Publications
_____. “The Plague of Provence: Early Advances in the Centralization of Crisis Management.” Environment & Society Portal, Arcadia, No. 9 (2015).
- Selected Digital Humanities/Publications
______. Invited biographical piece for Yesterday Today: The Newsletter of the Department of History at Florida International University. April 2018.
______.“Environmental Disaster in the Gulf South: Scholarship on Catastrophe, Risk, and Resilience.” LSU Press Blog. February 2018.
______ & Bryan Banks. Age of Revolutions Academic Blog. Co-founder, Executive Editor, and contributor. 2015-present. www.AgeofRevolutions.com.
______. “A Second Revolution Around the Sun: Year End Review.” Age of Revolutions Academic Blog. December 2017.
______ & Bryan Banks. Interview for Process Blog for American History: The Blog of the Organization of American Historians (OAH). April 2016.
______ & Bryan Banks. “AoR Anniversary: Celebrating Our First Revolution Around the Sun.” Age of Revolutions Academic Blog. November 2016.
______. “Plague Cultures: The Peste of Provence and the Glorious Revolution.” Age of Revolutions Academic Blog. December 2015.
- Op-Ed Pieces & Scholarly Journalism
______. “The Cuban Revolution and Me,” In Cuba Today, July 5, 2016. Cover story. (Also on www.AgeofRevolutions.com).
______. “What does it mean to be ‘a product of the Cuban Revolution,’” The Miami Herald, July 25, 2016.
______. “¿Qué significa ser ‘un producto de la revolución cubana’?”, El Nuevo Herald & En Cuba Hoy (cover story), July 25, 2016.
- Book Reviews
______. Review of Liberty or Death: The French Revolution, by Peter McPhee (Yale University Press, 2016) in Canadian Journal of History /Annales canadiennes d’histoire (Winter 2017).
______. Review of Natural Interests: The Contest over Environment in Modern France, by Caroline Ford (Harvard University Press, 2016) in Canadian Journal of History /Annales canadiennes d’histoire (Autumn 2017), 349-51.
_____. Review of Assumed Identities: The Meanings of Race in the Atlantic World, edited by John D. Garrigus in Louisiana History: The Journal of the Louisiana Historical Association Vol. LIV, No. 2 (Spring 2013), 216-8.
- Selected Work in Progress
“The Forgotten Plague: The 1742 Bubonic Plague Epidemic in Ceuta.” Article in early stages of preparation.