Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications
“In the Beginning was the Word: How Medieval Text Became Fantasy Maps.” Co-Authored with Anna Waymack. Studies in Medievalism XXIX (2020): 183-199.
“Thinking Globally: Mandeville, Memory, and Mappaemundi.” Co-Authored with Anna Waymack. The Medieval Globe, 4 no. 2 (Winter, 2018): 71-109.
“Eight Islands on Four Maps: The Cartographic Negotiation of Hawai’i, 1876-1959.” Cartographica, 50 no. 3 (Fall, 2015): 119-140.
* Listed as one of Cartographica‘s most read articles (2015-present)
Teaching Gradually: Practical Pedagogy for Graduate Students, By Graduate Students. Co-Editor with Kacie Armstrong, Lauren Genova, and Derina Samuel. Under Contract with Stylus Publications (projected 2021 publication).
Essays in Edited Collections
“Planning Digital Projects for Undergraduate Coursework.” Co-Authored with Krithika Vachali. In Teaching Gradually: Practical Pedagogy for Graduate Students, By Graduate Students. Stylus Publications (projected 2021 publication)
Review of Christianity Beyond Christendom: The Global Christian Experience on Medieval Mappaemundi and Early Modern World Maps, by Jeffrey Jaynes, H-Net, December 2018.
Public and Popular Writing
“Eel-Rents in Medieval England.” BBC History Magazine. (forthcoming, 2020)
“The Maps…They Lie: A Short Essay on the Nature or Maps, and Our Reaction to Them.” Historia Cartarum (2019).
De Homine a Muribus Dilacerato (About a Man Torn Apart by Mice) An illustrated flipbook version of a story from the history of William of Malemsbury. Historia Cartarum (2017).
Work In Progress
“Slippery Traffic: Eels in the Cultural Landscape of Medieval and Early Modern England.” Submitted to Water History (2019).
“Estrildis’s Lament: Sharing Spaces for Sorrow Between The Wife’s Lament and Geoffrey of Monmouth. Submitted to Exemplaria (2020).
Insider Information: The Worlds of Medieval Identities. Coauthored with Anna Waymack. Proposal submitted to Brill’s “Maps, Spaces, Cultures” series in 2019. Brill’s editors requested a revised proposal with additional chapters after both authors had defended their dissertations.