2023 Forthcoming ‘Fun and Games in the Gospels: Medieval Emojis and Humour in the Book of Kells,’ in Pethainou, K., ed., Medieval Humour (Trivent Publishing, Budapest, 2023).
2023 ‘Writing under the influence: Masters, Mentoring and the curious case of the MacRegol Gospels,’ in Eolas, (Journal of the American Society of Irish Medieval Studies) vol. 15, (2023).
2023 ‘Finding Columba in the Book of Kells: Referencing Relics and Recycling Motifs’ in S. Evemalm-Graham et al, eds., Ì Chaluim Chille: Interdisciplinary Studies on Iona and Columba on the 1500th anniversary of the birth of the saint (Clò Gàidhlig Oilthigh Ghlaschu CLOG, 2023).
2022 The Book of Kells – A Masterwork Revealed: Creators, Collaboration, and Campaigns (Sidestone Press, Leiden). www.sidestone.com/books/the-book-of-kells
2021 ‘Figurative Art in the Book of Kells: Absurd Anatomies, See-through Tunics and Diverse Hairstyles,’ in Gale Owen-Crocker and Maren Clegg Hyer, eds. Art and Worship in the Insular World: Papers in Honour of Elizabeth Coatsworth (Brill, Leiden), 9-44.
2020 ‘Turning the Tables: An alternative approach to understanding the canon tables in the Book of Kells,’ in Peopling Insular Art: Practice, Performance, and Perception: proceedings of the Eighth International Insular Art Conference. Cynthia Thickpenny, et al, eds., (Oxbow Books, Oxford and Philadelphia, 2020), 13-22.
2018 ‘Reading the Book of Kells,’ in Lough Gur and District Historical Society Journal, No. 19 (2018), 39-44.
2017 ‘The et ligature in The Book of Kells: revealing the ‘calligraphic imagination’ of its great scribe,’ in Islands in a Global Context: proceedings of the Seventh International Insular Art Conference. Conor Newman, Margaret Mannion, and Fiona Gavin, eds., (Four Courts Press, Dublin, 2017), 138-48.