Decorating the Godly Household: Religious Art in Protestant Britain, c.1560-c.1660 (Yale University Press, 2010)
Everyday Objects: Medieval and Early Modern Material Culture and its Meanings co-edited with Catherine Richardson (Ashgate, 2010).
Art Re-formed? Re-assessing the Impact of the Reformation on the Visual Arts,, co-edited with Richard L. Williams (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2007).
Articles in journals and books
' "An Arelome To This Hous For Ever": Monumental Fixtures and Furnishings in the English Domestic Interior, c.1560-c.1660' in Andrew Gordon and Thomas Rist (eds), The Arts of Remembrance in Early Modern England: Memorial Cultures of the Post Reformation (Ashgate, 2013), pp. 59-88.
'Old Robert's Girdle: Visual and Material Props for Protestant Piety in Post-Reformation England' in J. Martin & A. Ryrie (eds), Private and Domestic Devotion in Early Modern Britain (Ashgate, 2012) pp. 135-163.
‘Guides to Godliness: From Print to Plaster’ in Michael Hunter (ed), British Printed Images: Essays in Interpretation (Ashgate, 2010) pp. 65-85.
‘Architecture’ in Susan Doran and Norman Jones (ed), The Elizabethan World (Routledge, 2010) pp. 587-610.
To see or not to see? The Presence of Religious Imagery in the Protestant Household’ Art History, 30, 2, (April, 2007) pp.170-197.
‘The appreciation of religious images in plasterwork in the Protestant domestic interior’ in Hamling and Williams (eds) Art Re-formed? Re-assessing the Impact of the Reformation on the Visual Arts (2007), pp.147-168.
‘Another ‘turn’ in the Art History versus Visual Culture debate?’ Art History, 30, 5, (November, 2007): 757-763.
CD-Rom and teaching and learning resources
‘The Visual Arts’ in ‘The Church in England, c.1534-c.1689’, The Story of the Church in England, Interactive CD-ROM (University of York, 2010).