Recent conference papers include:
'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.
‘The hero’s charisma : Beowulf and the heroic transformations of William Morris,’ International Conference on Charisma: After Weber, June 2011.
‘Teaching and learning with Byrhtferth in eleventh-century England,’ Medieval History Research Seminar, Birmingham, November 2008.
‘Representing creation: text and image in Anglo-Saxon manuscripts,’ International Medieval Congress, Leeds, July 2008.
‘Preosta saltus’ or ‘what is necessary for priests to know’: educating the clergy in eleventh-century England,’ International Congress on Medieval Studies, University of Western Michigan, Kalamazoo,May 2008.
‘Palimpsestic poetry: carmina figurata, Hrabanus Maurus and Anglo-Saxon images of the cross,’ Leicester Medieval Seminar, February 2008.
‘Looking to remember: ‘seen text’ in Anglo-Saxon manuscripts,’ National University of Ireland, Galway, February 2006.
Old English Poetry in Context (Continuum, forthcoming 2014).
‘‘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.’ In Medieval Lifecycles: Continuity and Change, ed. Isabelle Cochelin and Karen Smyth (Brepols, 2013).
‘My Other World: Historical Reflections and Refractions in Modern Arthurian Fantasy.’ In Medieval Afterlives, ed. Gail Ashton and Daniel T. Kline (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012).
‘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.’ In Teaching Chaucer in the University, ed. Gail Ashton and Louise Sylvester (Palgrave Macmillan, 2006).
‘Doctrine and Diagrams: Maintaining the Order of the World in Anglo-Saxon England.’ In 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.'In Time and Eternity: The Medieval Discourse, ed. G. Jaritz and G. Moreno-Riano ( Brepols, 2003) 297-308.