Drama and Sermon in Late Medieval England: Performance, Authority, Devotion (under contract with Medieval Institute Publications for the Early Drama, Art, and Music series)

Staging Vice: A Study of Dramatic Traditions in Medieval and Sixteenth-Century England and the Low Countries (Ludus 13; Amsterdam: Brill/Rodopi, 2014)

Journals Edited

Research on Medieval and Renaissance Drama 54 (2015): Love and Romance in Early Drama – guest editor with Prof. Alexandra Johnston

Articles and Book Chapters

‘Morality Plays and the Aftermath of Arundel’s Constitutions’, in The Routledge Research Companion to Early Drama and Performance, edited by Pamela M. King (Abingdon: Routledge, 2017), pp. 205-220

“i speke so miche to ȝow’: Authority, didacticism, and audience address in Middle English sermons and morality plays’, Medieval English Theatre 38 (2016), 84-99

‘Preaching Penance on the Stage: The Case of John the Baptist’, in Staging Scripture: Biblical Drama, 1350-1600, edited by Peter Happé and Wim Hüsken (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2016), pp. 149-165

‘Introduction’ – with Professor Alexandra F. Johnston, Research on Medieval and Renaissance Drama 54 (2015), 1-5

‘Presenters in N-Town: ‘We asygne it to ȝoure good deliberation”, European Medieval Drama 16 (2012 for 2015), 53-67

‘Time and Authority in Chaucer’s Parliament of Fowls’, in Chaucer’s Poetry: Words, authority and ethics, edited by Clíodhna Carney and Frances McCormack (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2013), pp. 121-133

‘Books of Accounts in Everyman and Elckerlijc’, Medieval English Theatre 33 (2011), 19-44

“Haro! Haro! Sus, dyablerie’: The Theatricality of Devils in Temptation Sequences’, in Les Mystères: Studies in Text, Theatricality and Urban Drama, edited by Peter Happé and Wim Hüsken (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2011), pp. 7-33

‘The Functions of the English Vice and Dutch Sinnekens: A Comparison’Early Theatre 13 (2010), 13-41

“O, yowr louely wordys’: Latin and Latinate Diction in Mankind’, Medieval English Theatre 31 (2009), 28-56

‘Jan Smeeken: Sinnekens and Devils’, European Medieval Drama 12 (2008), 49-66 – awarded Prize for Best Postgraduate Essay by the Association for Low Countries Studies


Everyman’, in Oxford Bibliographies in British and Irish Literature, ed. by Andrew Hadfield (Oxford University Press, 2016)