Journal Articles

  1. & Strange Fruits: Grafting, Foreigners and the Garden Imaginary in Northern France and Germany, 1250-1350. Speculum
  2. Mutilation and the law in early medieval Europe and India: a comparative study. The Medieval Globe 2(2), 115-139.
  3. 'Better off dead than disfigured'? The challenges of facial injury in the premodern past. Transactions of the Royal Historical Society 26, 25-41.
  4. & Family, Feud and Fertility at Manorbier Castle (Pembs.), 1200-1400. Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 22
  5. The Gendered Nose and its Lack: “Medieval” Nose-Cutting and its Modern Manifestations. Journal of Women's History 26(1), 45-67.
  6. Amalfitans in the caliphate of Cordoba - or not?. Al-Masaq: Islam and the Medieval Mediterranean 24(2), 125-138.
  7. Three in a million - an epistemological study of a Portsmouth art project. International Journal of Cultural Studies


  1. & (Eds.). Approaching Facial Difference: Past and Present. London: Bloomsbury.
  2. Studying Gender in Medieval Europe: Historical Approaches. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  3. (Eds.). The Welsh and the Medieval World: Travel, Migration and Exile. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
  4. Living with Disfigurement in Early Medieval Europe. Palgrave.
  5. Medieval Amalfi and its Diaspora, 800-1250. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  6. (Eds.). Medieval Writings on Secular Women. London: Penguin Classics.

Book Chapters

  1. Looking for Burn Victims or Survivors in Medieval Europe. In Trauma in Medieval Society. (pp. 93-104). Leiden: Brill.
  2. Corpora and cultural transmission? Political uses of the body in Norman texts, 1050-1150. In People, Texts and Artefacts: Cultural Transmission in the Medieval Norman Worlds, edited by David Bates, Eduardo d'Angelo and Elisabeth van Houts. (pp. 213-229). London: Institute of Historical Research.
  3. Sexuality. In A Cultural History of Western Medieval Empires, edited by Matthew Gabriele. (pp. 00-00). London: Bloomsbury.
  4. & Introduction: Situating the Different Face. In Approaches to Facial Difference: Past and Present. (pp. 1-8). London: Bloomsbury.
  5. Introduction: Welsh diaspora history, reinstating the premodern. In The Welsh and the Medieval World: Travel, Migration and Exile. (pp. 1-14). Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
  6. Marking the face, curing the soul? Reading the disfigurement of women in the later middle ages. In Naoe Kukita Yoshikawa (Ed.), Medicine, Religion and Gender in Medieval Culture, ed. Naoe Kukita Yoshikawa. (pp. 181-201). Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer.
  7. Taking Out the Eye of a One-Eyed Man and Other Hypothetical Moments of Sensory Impairments in Early Medieval Law. In Simon C. Thomson and Michael D. J. Bentley (Ed.), Sensory Perception in the Medieval West. (pp. 181-194). Brepols Publishers.
  8. The pitfalls of linear time: using the medieval female life cycle as an organising strategy. In Elizabeth Cox, Liz Herbert McAvoy and Roberta Magnani (Ed.), Reconsidering Gender, Time and Memory in Medieval Culture. (pp. 13-28).
  9. Visible prowess? Reading men's head and face wounds in early medieval Europe to 1000CE. In Larissa Tracy and Kelly de Vries (Ed.), Wounds and Wound Repair in Medieval Culture, ed. L. Tracy and K. de Vries. (pp. 81-101). Leiden: Brill.
  10. From Pisa to the patriarchate: chapters in the life of (Arch)Bishop Daibert. In Patricia Skinner (Ed.), Challenging the Boundaries of the Middle Ages: the Legacy of Timothy Reuter. (pp. 155-172). Turnhout: Brepols.