Medieval and modern devotional objects
Course Syllabi and Resources
Book Review: Leah Shopkow, The Saint and the Count: A Case Study for Reading Like a Historian (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2021) for Teaching History: A Journal of Methods (2022), 72.
“Portable Mass Kits and American Catholics.” The Genealogies of Modernity. May 2022.
“Moving Altars from the Middle Ages to WWII.” The Genealogies of Modernity. February 2021.
“The Medieval Portable Altar Database.” Material Religion: The Journal of Objects, Art and Belief. November 2020.
Book Review: Cynthia Hahn, Passion Relics and the Medieval Imagination: Art, Architecture, and Society (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2020) for Comitatus (2020), 278-279.
“White Supremacy and Medieval History: A Brief Overview.” Erstwhile. March 2020.
(with Chris Halsted) The Annals of Quedlinburg. An English translation and critical edition of the Annales Quedlinburgenses.
“Journeys of the Sacred: the Complexities of Relic Movement in Pilgrimage (2017).” In Law, Justice, and Society: Teaching the Middle Ages Through Film, edited by Esther Liberman Cuenca. Fordham University Press.
“Trade and Exchange.” In A Cultural History of Craft in the Medieval Age (500-1400), edited by Heidi Gearhart. Bloomsbury Academic Press.
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