Recent conference papers include:
‘The Past is a Fantastical Country: Otherworlds from medieval to modern’, Keynote Lecture, Locating Fantastika, University of Lancaster, July 2015
‘Our Healthy Factories’: Lord Dunsany’s Black Country and the limits of ecocritical fantasy’, Keynote Lecture, Black Country Echoes Symposium, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, November 2014
'Dream to me now of London: Of other worlds and our own', Keynote Lecture, Fantastic Worlds Symposium, University of Northampton, November 2013
'Leoht, beorht, torht: The sunny skies of Old English poetry', Research Seminar, University of Oxford, October 2013
‘Tolkien’s Old English: Anglo-Saxon poetry and the creation of a fantastical literary tradition,’ Mythopoeic Society Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico, July 2011.
'Camelot must come before all else': Fantasy and family in the BBC Merlin,’ Medieval Afterlives in Contemporary Culture, ed. Gail Ashton (New York: Bloomsbury, 2015), 115-123.
Old English Poetry in Context (Continuum, forthcoming 2016).
‘‘Byð se ealda man ceald and snoflig': Stereotypes and Subversions of the Last Stages of the Life-Cycle in Old English Texts and Anglo-Saxon Contexts’, Medieval Lifecycles: Continuity and Change, ed. Isabelle Cochelin and Karen Smyth (Brepols, 2013), 287-318.
‘My Other World: Historical Reflections and Refractions in Modern Arthurian Fantasy.’ InMedieval Afterlives, ed. Gail Ashton and Daniel T. Kline (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012), 173-186.
‘Old English Literature.’ In The English Literature Companion, ed. Julian Wolfreys, Palgrave Student Companions Series (Palgrave, 2010), 65-72., ed. Julian Wolfreys, Palgrave Student Companions Series (Palgrave, 2010), 65-72.
‘’The wonders that they myghte seen or here’: Designing and Using Web-based Resources to Teach Medieval Literature’, Teaching Chaucer in the University, ed. Gail Ashton and Louise Sylvester (Palgrave Macmillan, 2006), 120-138.
‘Doctrine and Diagrams: Maintaining the Order of the World in Anglo-Saxon England’, The Christian Tradition in Anglo-Saxon England, ed. Paul Cavill (Brewer, 2004), 121-137.
'Going round in circles? Time in the Old English Apollonius of Tyre', Time and Eternity: The Medieval Discourse, ed. G. Jaritz and G. Moreno-Riano (Brepols, 2003), 297-308.