The Bernward Gospels: Art, Memory and the Episcopate in Medieval Germany. University Park, Penn State Press, 2014. Publication supported by two competitive awards, one from the International Center for Medieval Art with the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, and a book subvention from the Medieval Academy of America.
“Social Justice and Community-Based Learning for Museum Studies” With Tyler Derreth (in process)
“A Low-Tech Approach to Digital Literacy.” JHU Innovative Instructor. July 2016
"The Practicum Course Model: Embracing the Museum-University Culture Clash." Journal of Museum Education 41.4 (2016): 250-261.*
Art-History and Museum Topics
“Social Networks and Race at the Baltimore Museum of Art 1920-1960” (in process)
“Revisiting Contemporary Negro Art.” With Morgan Dowty and Gamynne Guillotte. Selected for edited volume Reconstructing Exhibitions (in process)
"Le Paysage Sensoriel de l'Église du Haut Moyen Âge: Le Témoignage du Mitralis de Sicard de Crémone." In Les cinq sens au Moyen Âge. Edited by Eric Palazzo, 669-90. Éditions du Cerf, 2016.
"Bishop and Monk: John the Baptist in the Episcopal Image of Anglo-Saxon England and Ottonian Germany." Envisioning the Medieval Bishop, Edited by Evan Gatti and Sigrid Danielson, 215-248. Medieval Church Studies, 29. Turnhout: Brepols, 2014.
"Picturing the Treasury in Ottonian Art: The Power of Objects and the Art of Memory in the Bernward Gospels." Gesta 50.1 (2012): 19-39.*
"VT CERNIS and The Materiality of Bernwardian Art." In 1000 Jahre St. Michael in Hildesheim: Kirche-Kloster-Stifter, Internationales Symposium des Hornemann Instituts, September 16-18, 2010. Edited by Gerhard Lutz and Angela Weyer, 171-84. Hildesheim: Michael Imhof Verlag, 2012.
"Ornament, Style and Interpreting the Medieval Oliphant at the Walters: A Reconsideration" A New Look at Old Things? [= Journal of the Walters Art Museum 68/69]. Edited by Kathryn B. Gerry and Richard A. Leson, 87-98. 2010/2011.*
"To Touch the Image: Embodying Christ in the Bernward Gospels." Peregrinations 3.1 (2010): 138-73.* (online@http://peregrinations.kenyon.edu)
“Collecting the World: Hans Sloane and the Origins of the British Museum” Book review. History: Reviews of New Books 5 (September 2018)
“A Feast for the Senses: Art and Experience in Medieval Art at the Walters Art Museum.” Exhibition review. CAAreviews (December 2017)