The Divine Office in Anglo-Saxon England, 597–c.1000. Henry Bradshaw Society Subsidia 7. London: Boydell Press, 2014. Google Books preview.
The Marginalia of the Old English Bede: Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS 41. Henry Bradshaw Society. (In preparation.) Manuscript digitized at Parker Library on the Web.
Articles in peer-reviewed journals
“The ‘Old Books of Glastonbury’ and the Muchelney Breviary Fragment: London, British Library, Add. 56488, fols. i, 1–5.” Anglo-Saxon England 47 (2020 for 2018): 307–350. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0263675119000073.
“A Spirituality of the Word: The Medieval Roots of Traditional Anglican Worship.” Pro Ecclesia: A Journal of Catholic and Evangelical Theology 27, no. 2 (Spring 2018): 157–79. https://doi.org/10.1177/106385121802700202.
Chapters in peer-reviewed edited collections
“Discerning ‘Reform’ in Monastic Liturgy, ca. 750–ca. 1050.” In The Cambridge History of Medieval Monasticism in the Latin West, edited by Alison I. Beach and Isabelle Cochelin, 1:415–31. 2 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781107323742.021.
“Sermones ad diem pertinentes: Sermons and Homilies in the Liturgy of the Divine Office.” In Sermo doctorum: Compilers, Preachers, and their Audiences in the Early Medieval West, edited by Maximilian Diesenberger, Yitzhak Hen, and Marianne Pollheimer, 339–73. SERMO 9. Turnhout: Brepols, 2013. https://doi.org/10.1484/M.SERMO-EB.1.101840.
“The Liturgy of the ‘Roman’ Office in England from the Conversion to the Conquest.” In Rome Across Time and Space: Cultural Transmission and the Exchange of Ideas, c. 500–1400, edited by Claudia Bolgia, Rosamond McKitterick, and John Osborne, 84–110. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. Google Books preview.
“The Divine Office and the Secular Clergy in Later Anglo-Saxon England.” In England and the Continent in the Tenth Century: Studies in Honour of Wilhelm Levison (1876–1947), edited by David Rollason, Conrad Leyser, and Hannah Williams, 429–71. Studies in the Early Middle Ages 37. Turnhout: Brepols, 2010. https://doi.org/10.1484/M.SEM-EB.3.4710.
Articles and chapters in non-peer-reviewed journals and collections
“As the Church Says or As the Bishops Do? The Prohibition of the Eucharist in Ontario During the COVID-19 Lockdown.” Anglican Way, new ser., 1, nos. 1–2 (May 2022 for Michaelmas 2021 and Hilary 2022): 10–29. Magazine website (paywall).
“Wilfrid and Music.” In Wilfrid: Abbot, Bishop, Saint: Papers from the 1300th Anniversary Conferences, edited by N. J. Higham, 163–85. Donington: Shaun Tyas, 2013. RI OPAC Literature Database for the Middle Ages; Amazon (no preview).
Contributions to reference works, catalogues, and other scholarly resources
“An Elevated Form of Music: Triple Psalter, Rheims, Early Twelfth Century; St John’s College MS B.18.” In The Library Treasures of St John’s College, Cambridge, edited by Mark Nicholls and Kathryn McKee, 18–19. London: Third Millennium, 2015. WorldCat; Publisher site (no previews).
Translations (4600 words in total) of three passages from Hildemar of Corbie’s Expositio Regulae S. Benedicti, in an international collaborative translation of the whole work: Albrecht Diem, ed. “The Hildemar Project.” 2013. http://www.hildemar.org.
“Worship in Anglo-Saxon Cathedrals and Monasteries” (23,800 words). In English Cathedrals and Monasteries: History, Community, Art, Architecture, Worship, Music, edited by Dee Dyas, 23,800 words. Interactive DVD-ROM resource. York: Christianity and Culture, 2013. Project site (no preview).
Three chapters in The English Parish Church through the Centuries: Daily Life and Spirituality, Art and Architecture, Literature and Music, Section 2: Anglo-Saxon England (c.600–c.1066), interactive DVD-ROM resource edited by Dee Dyas. York: Christianity and Culture, 2010. Project site (no preview):
- “The Divine Office: The Hours of Prayer” (3200 words).
- “Liturgies for the Dying and the Dead” (3700 words).
- “Music for Mass and Office” (3200 words).
Review of The Making of Liturgy in the Ottonian Church: Books, Music and Ritual in Mainz, 950–1050, by Henry Parkes. Journal of the American Musicological Society 69, no. 3 (2017): 831–35. https://doi.org/10.1525/jams.2016.69.3.831.
Review of Medieval Liturgical Chant and Patristic Exegesis: Words and Music in the Second-mode Tracts, by Emma Hornby. The Medieval Review 10.04.01 (April 1, 2010). https://scholarworks.iu.edu/journals/index.php/tmr/article/view/17001/23119.
Review of The English Chorister: A History, by Alan Mould. The Eagle (2007): 89–93. Open-access pdf: Eagle Scanning Project.