Sweet Consonance: Musical Discourse in England, 1280–1370 (in progress)
PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES"Philippe de Vitry in England: Musical Quotation in the Quatuor principalia and the Gratissima Tenors," Studi Musicali, Nuova serie 9, no. 1 (2018), pp. 9–46.
"The Unique Patroness: Louise Hanson-Dyer and Her Letters to the Library of Congress, 1936-52," Notes, vol. 73, no. 4 (June, 2017), pp. 631–657.
"Walter of Evesham's De speculatione musicae: Authority of Music Theory in Medieval England," Musica Disciplina (2014), pp. 153–166.
PEER-REVIEWED BOOK CHAPTERS
"Minding the Gap: Tracing Continuity in Praises of Music between Medieval and Early Modern England," in Elizabethan and Early Jacobean "Praise of Music" Genre Project, as part of Music Theory in Britain, 1500–1700: Critical Editions series, edited by Katherine Butler and Samantha Arten (Routledge, forthcoming)
"Louise Hanson-Dyer (1884–1962): Patroness of Early Music Publishing," in Handbook on Women's Work in Music, edited by Rhiannon Matthias (Routledge, forthcoming)
“Twin Treatises on Music: Exploring Anglo-Bohemian Connections of Kepler and Fludd in the Struggle for Modernity,” in Renaissance Music in the Slavic World, ed. Philippe Vandrix et al. (Turnhout: Brepols, December, 2019), pp.195–208.
"And in England, There are Singers: Grafting Oneself into the Origin of Music," Music, Myth and Story in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, ed. Samantha Bassler and Katherine Butler (Suffolk: Boydell/Bewer, March 2019), pp. 46–59.
Interview with Amanda McGowan, on The World, PRI, "'Bardcore' trend see modern pop songs reimagined with a medieval twist" (August, 2020)
Guest Blogging"Featured in Women in Music Theory: Elina Hamilton," Society for Music Theory Women in Music Theory Blog, April 13, 2018.
"The Queen is a Doctor of Musicology?" American Musicological Society Blog, Musicology Now, Dec. 7, 2016.
Reports"Sources of Identity: Makers, Owners and Users of Music sources before 1600," with Eleanor Giraud in Royal Musical Association Newsletter, vol. XVIII, no. 1 (2014), p.7.
"Gothic Revolution: Music in Western Europe 1100-1300," in Early Music, 40/1 (2012), pp. 159–160.
Festshrifts"The First Translation of the Scolica enchiriadis into Japanese: A Worthless Exercise," The Soul of Wit: Micro-Festshrift Rob Wegman zum 50. Geburtstag, ed. Michael Scott Cuthbert (Wall Status Press, Somerville, MA, 2011), fol. 28r.