Architectural Representation in Medieval England (Special Issue )
Dr Daniel Thomas: List of publications
Associative Memory and the Composition of Ælfric’s Dominica in Quinquagessima ( Catholic Homilies I 10)
Introduction to Architectural Representation in Early Medieval England
Johanna Kramer, Between Earth and Heaven: Liminality and the Ascension of Christ in Anglo-Saxon Literature .
Literal and Spiritual Depths: Re-Thinking the "drygne seað" of Elene
Rewriting Gregory the Great: the Prison Analogy in Napier Homily I
““Modest but well-deserved claims”: The friendship of Samuel Fox and Joseph Bosworth and the study of Anglo-Saxon in the nineteenth century”
'‘John the Baptist’s Prayer’ or ‘The Descent into Hell’ from the Exeter Book: Text, Translation and Critical Study, ed. M. R. Rambaran-Olm'
The Gates of Hell: Invasion and Damnation in an Anonymous Old English Easter Vigil Homily
Landes to fela : Geography, Topography and Place in The Battle of Maldon
Architecture and the Medieval Mind
Incarceration as judicial punishment in Anglo-Saxon England
John M. Hill (ed.), On the Aesthetics of Beowulf and Other Old English Poems.
Tiffany Beechy, The Poetics of Old English.