“From ides aglæcwif to “shebeast”: The Loss of the Wrecend in Thomas Meyer’s Translation of Beowulf.” The Year’s Work in Medievalism (Forthcoming)
“Lady Bertilak’s Pearls: Instrumenta Dei and the Stone Imagery that Unites the Cotton Nero A.x. (art. 3).” Arthuriana 28.4 (2018): 24-45. PDF
“Two Sets of Two Hunters: The Illusion of Gomen in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.” Comitatus, 47 (September 2016): 163-188. PDF
“The Associative Branches of the Irish Barnacle: Gerald of Wales and the Natural World.” Hortulus: The Graduate Journal of Medieval Studies, 11.2 (May 2015): 26-53. PDF
- Featured on Medievalists.net, March 3, 2016
“Ending The Dualism Of Nature And Industry In The Lord Of The Rings.” Mallorn: The Journal Of The Tolkien Society, 51 (2011): 27-31.
Chapters in Edited Collections
“Brut Lost? Brut Found: The Curious Case of the Historie of Cambria.” New Approaches to Medieval Chronicles. Ed. Lane Sobehrad. (Forthcoming)
“The Commonplace Book as an Experiential Guide.” Teaching the History of the Book. Co-authored with Sarah Banschbach Valles. Eds. Matteo Pangallo & Emily Todd. NY: MLA, 2019. (Forthcoming)
“In Sickness and In Health: The Boethian Narrative of the Two Geralds of Brecon.” Treason: Medieval and Early Modern Treachery, Betrayal and Shame. Ed. Larissa Tracy. Leiden: Brill, 2019. Link
Sims-Williams, Patrick. Irish Influence on Medieval Welsh Literature. New York: Oxford University Press, 2011. For Peritia, 27 (2016): 301-303.
Callan, Maeve Brigid. The Templars, the Witch, and the Wild Irish: Vengeance and Heresy in Medieval Ireland. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2015. For Comitatus, 47 (2016): 269-271. PDF
“The Subversive Power of St. David’s: Gerald of Wales and the Dominion of Canterbury, a Postcolonial Approach.” Master’s Thesis. George Mason University, May 5, 2012. PDF