Journal articles

Was John Donne a Catholic?: Conversion, Conformity, and Early Modern English Confessional Identities’, The Review of English Studies, 2022, DOI: 

‘Sermon notes and Manuscript Communities’, in Manuscript Identities, eds Cathy Shrank and Alan Bryson, Huntington Library Quarterly, 80.2, 2017, DOI:

‘Exhortation and sympathy in the Paul’s Cross Jeremiads’, English Studies 98.7 (2017), DOI:

What An Collins was reading’, Women’s Writing, 19.4 (2012), pp. 467-486.  ISSN 0969-9082 print/ISSN 1747-5848;   DOI:

(with Dr. Gillian Wright) ‘Piety and Sociability in early modern women’s devotional writing’, Women’s Writing 13.1 (2006), pp. 44-59, ‘Epistolarity to 1900’, ed. Joanna Moody; ISSN: 0969-9082;
DOI: 10.1080/09699080500436075.

‘Scripture, style and persuasion in seventeen-century English theories of preaching’ The Journal of Ecclesiastical History, vol. 53, No. 4 (October, 2002), pp. 686-706; ISSN: 0022-0469; DOI: 10.1017/S002204690100149X.

‘Trinity College, Dublin Manuscript 333: William Chappell’s Method of Preaching’ Long Room, 44-45 (2000), pp. 22-29; ISSN: 0024-631X.

Narrative authority in spiritual life-writing: the example of Dionys Fitzherbert (fl. 1608-1641)’, The Seventeenth Century, XV (2000), pp. 1-17; ISSN: 0268 117X.

Interdisciplinarity in early modern sermon studies’, The Historical Journal, 42.4 (1999), pp. 1111-1123: ISSN: 0018 246X.