The Roman Material Past in Anglo-Norman England, Woodbridge, Boydell and Brewer, under formal contract, forthcoming 2018.

‘Democratizing the digital collection: New players and new pedagogies in three-dimensional cultural heritage’, Museum Worlds: Advances in Research 4, 2016.

‘Bishop Wulfstan’s weeping: The materiality of emotions on the eve of the Norman Conquest’, in Historicising Heritage and Emotions: The Affective Histories of Blood, Stone and Land from Medieval Britain to Colonial Australia, Routledge, Routledge Studies in Heritage Series, forthcoming 2017.

‘Countering the uncanny and replicating “real-ness”: establishing parameters for post-processing in 3D digital cultural heritage’, submitted to International Journal of Cultural Heritage.

‘Fragmentation, spoliation, innovation: Normanitas and memorial tradition in the Apulian architecture of Emperor Frederick II, in preparation for submission to Post-Classical Archaeologies.

‘Digital spolia and the Emotions3D cultural heritage collection’, in preparation for submission to The Routledge Handbook of Digital Medieval Literature and Culture (invited submission).

‘Hidden Heritage: Unseen material remains and performative intangible culture’, accepted and in preparation for proposed special issue on “Affect, Performance and Immersion in Medieval and Early Modern Cultural Heritage”, under consideration at Parergon.

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