1. ‘The dregs of trembling, the draught of salvation: the dual symbolism of the cup in medieval literature’, in Feasts and Gifts of Food in Medieval Europe: Ritualised Constructions of Hierarchy, Identity and Community, ed. Lars Kjaer and A.J. Watson, special issue of The Journal of Medieval History, 37:1 (March 2011), 47-61 (praised by The English Historical Review as ‘among the highlights’ of the volume, 127:528, 2012).
  2. 'Purity and Pueritia: the anti-theme of childhood innocence in late-medieval English courtesy books’, Leeds Studies in English, 42 (2011), 1-16.
  3. ‘Rymes sette for a remembraunce: memorialization and mimetic language in the war poetry of the late Middle Ages’, Review of English Studies, 64:264 (2013), 183-207 (awarded the Beatrice White Prize 2015 by the English Association, for 'outstanding scholarly work in the field of English Literature before 1590', noted in The Year's Work in English Studies).
  4. ‘“We wanted þe trewe copy þereof”: John Page’s The Siege of Rouen, text and transmission’, Medium Ævum83:2 (2014), 209-233.
  5. With Venetia Bridges: ‘“What shalt thou do when thou hast an english to make into latin?” A study of the proverb collection of Cambridge, St John’s College, MS F.26’, Studies in Philology, 112.1 (2015), 68-92.
  6. 'Writing History on the Walls of Public Houses: Some Fourteenth-Century Anglo-Danish Graffiti' (in preparation).