Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles and Editions
“Private Sins in Two Thirteenth-Century Manuals for Penitents.” Leeds Studies in English. Accepted, forthcoming 2018: 99-113.
“The Origins of Le Livere de Reis de Engleterre and the Relation of its Manuscripts.” The Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 91.2 (2015): 51-72.
“The Meaning of Middle English ‘Gent and Smal.’” The Chaucer Review 49.3 (2015): 371-75.
“#OpenAPS, Nightscout, and User-Driven Design for Type 1 Diabetes Technology.” The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy 8 (2015).
“Piety, Community and Local History: Le Livere de Reis de Engleterre and its Context in Cambridge, Trinity College, MS R.14.7.” The Prose Brut and Other Late Medieval Chronicles: Essays in Honour of Lister M. Matheson. Ed. Jaclyn Rajsic, Erik Kooper, and Dominique Hoche. Woodbridge: York Medieval, 2016. 15-29.
Other Peer-Reviewed Contributions
“Pierre d’Abernon.” The Encyclopedia of Medieval Literature in Britain. Ed. Siân Echard and Robert Rouse. Hoboken: Wiley-Blackwell, 2017: 1525-1526.
“Pierre Langtoft.” The Encyclopedia of Medieval Literature in Britain. Ed. Siân Echard and Robert Rouse. Hoboken: Wiley-Blackwell, 2017: 1527-1528.
[with Thijs Porck and research assistants Amos van Baalen and Jennifer Jansen] “The Leiden University Old English Colloquest.” Teachers of Old English in Britain and Ireland Newsletter, 2018: 16-20.
Interviews and Features
“The 2018 Teaching Prize for the Humanities.” Leiden University interview for my nomination for the 2018 Faculty Teaching Award. August 2018.
“FAIR Data Advanced Use Cases: From Principles to Practice in The Netherlands.” Interview for a case study about the FAIR Principles for data use. SURF, April 2018.
“Medieval Manuscript Databases: Krista Murchison, Europeana Research Grants Winner.” Interviewed for the Europeana Foundation Research Blog, April 2018.
Project featured in Darja Fišer, Ulrike Wuttke. Boost your eHumanities and eHeritage research with Research Infrastructures.(PARTHENOS Webinar). 3rd cycle. Germany. 2018.