Printing the Middle Ages. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2008. Awarded the Margaret Wade Labarge Prize for 2009 of the Canadian Society of Medievalists. [University of Pennsylvania Press catalogue]
The Latin Verses in John Gower’s Confessio Amantis: An Annotated Translation. With Claire Fanger. East Lansing, MI: Colleagues Press, 1991. Awarded the John Hurt Fisher Prize for Gower studies. Distributed by Michigan State University Press.
The Arthur of Medieval Latin Literature: The Development and Dissemination of the Arthurian Legend in Medieval Latin. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2011. Distributed in North America by University of Chicago Press. [University of Chicago Press catalogue]
A Companion to Gower. Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2004. Available in paperback. [Boydell & Brewer catalogue]
The Book Unbound: Editing and Reading Medieval Manuscripts and Texts. Co-edited with Stephen Partridge. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2004. [University of Toronto Press catalogue]
Anglo Latin and its Heritage: Essays in Honour of A.G. Rigg on his 64th Birthday. Co-edited with Gernot Wieland. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 2001. Available in paperback; essays are also available for downloaded purchase. [Brepols catalogue; Brepols online content]
CHAPTERS AND ARTICLES
“Whose History? Naming Practices in the Transmission of Geoffrey of Monmouth’s Historia regum Britannie. Arthuriana 22.4 (2012): 8-24. [Project Muse link]
“John Gower.”Oxford Bibliographies in British and Irish Literature, ed. Andrew Hadfield. New York: Oxford University Press, 2012. [Oxford Bibliographies Online]
“BOOM: Seeing Beowulf in Pictures and Print.” In Anglo-Saxon Culture and the Modern Imagination, ed. David Clark and Nicholas Perkins (Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2010), pp. 129-45. [Boydell & Brewer catalogue]
“‘But here Geoffrey falls silent’: Death, Arthur, and the Historia regum Britannie.” In The Arthurian Way of Death, ed. Karen Cherewatuk and K.S. Whetter (Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2009), pp. 17-32. Available in hardcover and as an ebook. [Boydell & Brewer catalogue]
“‘Whyche thyng semeth not to agree with other histories...’: Rome in Geoffrey of Monmouth and his Early Modern Readers." Arthurian Literature 26 (2009): 109-29. Available in hardcover and as an ebook. [Boydell & Brewer catalogue]
“Of Dragons and Saracens: Guy and Bevis in Early Print Illustration.” In Guy of Warwick: Icon and Ancestor. Ed. Alison Wiggins and Rosalind Field (Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2007), pp.154-68. [Boydell & Brewer catalogue]
“‘Seldom does anyone listen to a good exemplum’: Courts and Kings in Torec and Die Riddere metter Mouwen.” Arthuriana 17.1 (2007): 79-94. [JSTOR link]
“Latin Arthurian Literature.” In A History of Arthurian Scholarship, ed. Norris J. Lacy (Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2006), pp. 62-76. [Boydell & Brewer catalogue]
“‘For Mortals are Moved by these Conditions’: Fate, Fortune and Providence in Geoffrey of Monmouth.” In The Fortunes of King Arthur, ed. Norris J. Lacy (Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2005), pp. 13-28. [Boydell & Brewer catalogue]
“Gower’s Reputation.” In A Companion to Gower, pp. 1-22. “Gower in Print.” In A Companion to Gower, pp. 115-35. [Boydell & Brewer catalogue]
“Last Words: Latin at the End of the Confessio Amantis.” In Interstices: Studies in Late Middle English and Anglo-Latin in Honour of A.G. Rigg, ed. Richard Firth Green and Linne Mooney (University of Toronto Press, 2004), pp. 99- 121. [University of Toronto Press catalogue]
“Gower’s ‘bokes of Latin’: Language, politics and poetry.” Studies in the Age of Chaucer 25 (2003): 123-56.
“‘Hic est Artur’: Reading Latin and Reading Arthur.” In New Directions in Arthurian Studies. Ed. Alan Lupack (Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2002), pp. 49-67. Available in hardcover and as an ebook. [Boydell & Brewer catalogue]
“Dialogues and Monologues: Manuscript Representations of the Conversation of the Confessio Amantis.” In Middle English Poetry: Texts and Tradition: Essays in Honour of Derek Pearsall. Ed. Alastair Minnis (York, England: York Medieval Press, 2001), pp. 57-75. Distributed by Boydell and Brewer. [Boydell & Brewer catalogue]
“Designs for Reading: Some Manuscripts of Gower’s Confessio Amantis.” Trivium 31 (1999): 59-72.
“With Carmen’s Help: Latin Authorities in Gower’s Confessio Amantis.” Studies in Philology 95 (1998): 1-40. [JSTOR link]
“Glossing Gower: In English, in Latin, and in absentia: The Case of Bodleian Ashmole 35.” In Re-Visioning Gower. Ed. R. F. Yeager (Asheville, NC: Pegasus Press, 1998), pp. 237-256.
“Pretexts: Tables of Contents and the Reading of John Gower’s Confessio Amantis.” Medium Aevum 66 no. 2 (1997): 270-287. [EBSCO link]
“Of Parody and Perceval: Generic Manipulation in Peredur and Sir Perceval of Galles.” Nottingham Medieval Studies 40 (1996): 63-79.
“Map’s Metafiction: Author, Narrator and Reader in De nugis curialium.” Exemplaria: A Journal of Theory in Medieval and Renaissance Studies 8 (1996): 287-314. [IngentaConnect link]
“Iubiter et Iuno: An Anglo-Latin Mythographic Poem, edited from Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Digby 64 and British Library MS Cotton Vitellius E.xii.” Journal of Medieval Latin 4 (1994): 101-17.