1. Heaven and Earth in Anglo-Saxon England: theology and society in an age of faith (Ashgate, forthcoming). This monograph is based on the research from my Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship, and explores the interplay between theology and society in Anglo-Saxon England. This is contracted to Ashgate for the series Studies in Early Medieval Britain.
  2. Helen Foxhall Forbes and Ben Snook (eds), Quaestio Insularis 7 (2006)


  1. ‘Squabbling siblings: gender and monastic life in late Anglo-Saxon Winchester’, Gender & History 23:3 (2011), 653-684
  2. ‘Sealed with the cross: protecting the body in Anglo-Saxon England’, in M. L. Stig Sørensen and K. Rebay-Salisbury (eds), Embodied Knowledge: Historical Perspectives on Technology and Belief (Oxbow, forthcoming, 2012)
  3. ‘Editing Texts and Exposing the Office’, Anglo-Saxon England (forthcoming, c. 12000 words, including an edition) 
  4. ‘ “Diuiduntur in quattuor”: the Interim and Judgement in Anglo-Saxon England’, Journal of Theological Studies 61:2 (2010), 659-84
  5. ‘The chains of sin in Anglo-Saxon literature and liturgy’, Quaestio Insularis 8 (2007), 51-65
  6. ‘Bookworm or Entomologist? Aldhelm’s Enigma XXXVI’, Peritia 19 (2005), 20-29
  7. Helen Foxhall Forbes et al. ‘Anglo-Saxon and related entries in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (2004)’ Anglo-Saxon England 37 (2009), 183-232


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