Some of these articles and chapters can be found on my academia.edu page; I will be transitioning away from that service to a scholarship repository at UNR in the future.
Rediscovering Sainthood in Italy: Hagiography and the Late Antique Past in Medieval Ravenna, The New Middle Ages, (New York: Palgrave, 2016)
with M. Sághy (eds.), Pagans and Christians in the Late Roman Empire: New Evidence, New Approaches (4th-8th centuries), Medievalia Series (Budapest: CEU Press, 2017)
with Scott A. Mensing and Gianluca Piovesan, “Land Use and the Human Impact on the Environment in Medieval Italy” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 49.3 (2019), 1-26
“Aristocracies of Early Medieval Italy, c. 500-1000” History Compass (2018). https://doi.org/10.1111/hic3.12499
With Scott A. Mensing, Irene Tunno, Paula Noble, Leonardo Sagnotti, Fabio Florindo, Gianluca Piovesan, “Ecologic change is linked directly to sociopolitical transformation in central Italy since the Roman period” Science Reports 8 (2018), 2138
“Vir Clarissimus and Roman Titles in the Early Middle Ages: Survival and Continuity in Ravenna and the Latin West” Medieval Prosopography 32 (2017), 1-39
“Luxury, Vice, and Health: Changing Perspectives on Baths and Bathing in Late Antique Antioch” Studies in Late Antiquity 1.3 (2017), 225-253
“The Monastic Conversion of Romuald of Ravenna and the Church of Sant’Apollinare in Classe” Journal of Medieval History 43.2 (2017), 1-13
“Of Lost Libraries and Monastic Memories: Creating the Eleventh-Century Novalesa Miscellany” Haskins Society Journal 28 (2016), 39-61
“Local Networks and Witness Subscriptions in Early Medieval Ravenna” Viator 44.3 (2013), 21-41
“Reassessing the Sarcophagi of Ravenna” Dumbarton Oaks Papers 67 (2013), 49-67
“Dux to Episcopus: From Controlling Cities to Sees in Byzantine Italy, 554-900” in Thomas Macmaster and Nicholas Matheu, Ravenna, Italy and the Medieval Mediterranean World: Cities, Elites and Communities after Antiquity (Ashgate, forthcoming 2020)
“Image and Function in ‘Christian’ and ‘Pagan’ Late Antique Terracotta Lamps” in M. Sághy and E. Schoolman (eds.), Pagans and Christians in the Late Roman Empire: New Evidence, New Approaches (4th-8th centuries), (Budapest: CEU Press, 2017)
“Nobility, Aristocracy, and Status in Early Medieval Ravenna,” in J. Herrin and J. Nelson (eds.), Ravenna: Its Role in Early Medieval Change and Exchange (London: IHR Press, 2016), pp. 205-232
“Engineered Holy Authority: The Creation and Diffusion of the vita of Saint Barbatianus of Ravenna,” in J. Leemans, B. Meijns and S. Boodts (eds.), Shaping Authority (Turnhout: Brepols, 2016), pp. 251-280
“Schoolman (2012) Roman and Early Byzantine Terracotta Lamps, 2002-2005” in C. Lightfoot (ed.), The Amorium Reports: Volume 3 (Istanbul: Zero, 2012), pp. 193-215
“Schoolman (2010) Kreuze und kreuzförmige Darstellungen in der Alltagskultur von Amorium” in F. Daim and J. Drauschke (eds.), Byzanz – Das Römerreich im Mittelalter, Teil 2.1: Schauplätze (Römanisch- Germanisches Zentralmuseum; Mainz, 2010), pp. 373-386
Three Empires, Three Cities: Identity, Material Culture and Legitimacy in Venice, Ravenna and Rome, 750-1000, ed. by Veronica West-Harling. The Medieval Review (16.09.04)
Controlling Contested Places: Late Antique Antioch and the Spatial Politics of Religious Controversy, by Christina Shepardson, Journal of Historical Geography 51 (2016), 110-111.
Rewriting Saints and Ancestors: Memory and Forgetting in France, 500-1200, by Constance B. Bouchard. Journal of Interdisciplinary History 46.2 (Autumn 2015), 281-282.
Theodahad: A Platonic King at the Collapse of Ostrogothic Italy, by Massimiliano Vitiello. The Medieval Review (15.06.22)
Eternal Ravenna, by M. David. BMCR (2014.10.43)
Napoli: Società ed economia (902-1137), by A. Faniello. Speculum 88.3 (July 2013), 795-6.
Isthmia IX: The Roman and Byzantine Graves and Human Remains, by J. Rife. BMCR (2013.04.21)
An Age of Saints? Power, Conflict and Dissent in Early Medieval Christianity, ed. by P. Sarris, M. Del Santo, and P. Booth. Early Medieval Europe 21 (2013), 108-9.
Memory and Mourning: Studies on Roman Death ed. by V. M. Hope, J. Huskinson. BMCR (2011.10.59)