‘Sounding Hagiography: the Inchcolm fragments’ Office for St Columba’ (forthcoming) Proceedings of Columba and Iona: An Interdisciplinary Conference.
‘The British Empire in late eighteenth and early nineteenth century Scottish Music: early observations’ (forthcoming), Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies
‘Diasporic music and musicians: Scottish national music in later eighteenth-century London
.’ (2021), Journal of the Northern Renaissance, Issue 11
‘“Am I Not a Woman Like Thyself?” – The Transvestite Male Rapist Narratives of Óðinn and Rindr, and Ewen and Thaney’
‘The Adaptation of Saint’s Lives in Medieval Chant: Remembrance and Request’
(2018) in Dom Birch, Kelly Clarke, and Katie Haworth (eds.) Imitation and Innovation: Uses of the Past in the Medieval and Early Modern World. Proceedings of the 2017 MEMSA Student Conference,
‘Inferring the placement of a bardic school in 13th to 15th century Lennox, Scotland, through harp wood types
’ (2016) Fellowship of Makers and Researchers of Historical Instruments Quarterly
. Issue 134, pp. 24-27.
– Funded by the Scottish Graduate School for the Arts and Humanities’ Scottish University Research Collections Associate Scheme. A project exploring the often-overlooked music found in the margins and images of manuscripts, stored at the Universities of Glasgow and St Andrews.