I am currently the Digitisation Project Officer for the Polonsky Foundation England and France Digitisation Project (700-1200) at the British Library. I also hold a research associateship at the Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of York.
A monograph based on my doctoral thesis, titled Before the Books of Hours: Late Anglo-Saxon Prayer in Practice is forthcoming from Medieval Institute Publications, University of Western Michigan Press.
‘The Vespasian Psalter.’ Entry in Robert Rouse and Sian Echard, eds., The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Medieval British Literature (2017)
‘Which Psalms were Important to the Anglo-Saxons? The Psalms in Eleventh-Century Private Prayer and Medical Remedies.’ English Studies, 98:1 (2017): 35-48
‘De Laude Psalmorum and Ælfwine’s Prayerbook: A Quotation from a Carolingian Psalm Devotional in a Late Anglo-Saxon Programme for Morning Prayer.’ Notes and Queries, 59:4 (2012): 479-83
The Meaning, Practice and Context of Private Prayer in Late Anglo-Saxon England. University of York, 2011. Supervised by Dr Christine Williamson, Department of English and Related Literature.
Sacred Communities, Shared Devotions: Gender, Material Culture, and Monasticism in Late Medieval Germany by June L. Mecham. Women’s History Review, 24:4 (2015): 645-7
Between Earth and Heaven: Liminality and the Ascension of Christ in Anglo-Saxon Literature by Johanna Kramer. Review of English Studies, 66:275 (2015): 565-6
Posts for other blogs, interviews, and more …
Naming a Royal Baby. British Library, Medieval Manuscripts blog, April 2018
Anglo-Saxon Riddles. Translations for the York Festival of Ideas, June 2017
CMS Research Associates: Dr Kate Thomas. Centre of Medieval Studies, University of York, Medieval Studies at York, September 2015
University of York, 2012: PhD English and Related Literatures
University of York, 2007: MA Medieval English Literatures
University of Durham, 2003: BA (Hons.) English Literature