‘When was Canterbury Cathedral’s medieval library demolished?’
(with Sarah Griffin) ‘William Somner and his books: provenance evidence for the networks of a seventeenth-century Canterbury antiquarian’ (forthcoming in: Kentish Book Culture: Writers, Archives, Libraries and Sociability c.1400-1660, edited by Claire Bartram, Peter Lang, 2019)
‘Sheet sizes used for sixteenth-century editions of the classics printed in octavo format’ (Bibliographical Society lecture, April 2020)
(with Kenneth Fincham) ‘Printing, publication and distribution of Archbishop Laud’s Relation of the Conference, 1639′
‘Canterbury Cathedral Library in the seventeenth century’ (based on a lecture given at the Beinecke Library, Yale University, New Haven (CT) in June 2013)
‘The seventeenth-century Benefactors’ Book of Canterbury Cathedral Library: transcription and commentary’
‘An early use of sigla in editions published by the Plantin press in sixteenth-century Antwerp’
‘A book list of an early sixteenth-century English humanist: George Marshall’.
Catalogues and bibliographies
The British Library’s books printed in France, 1501–1520.