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The Medieval Choir Screen in Sacred Space: The Dynamic Interiors of Vezzolano and Breisach,” British Art Studies 5 (April 2017). (Multimedia presentation, 28 minutes)

Die Kluge und Törichte Jungfrauen am Nordquerhaus des Magdeburger Doms und ihre Stelle in der Geschichte der europäischen Kunst,“ in Der Magdeburger Dom im europäischen Kontext, ed. Wolfgang Schenkluhn and Andreas Waschbüsch (Regensburg: Schnell und Steiner, 2011), 199-214.

Das Programm des Westlettners,” in Der Naumburger Meister: Bildhauer und Architekt im Europe der Kathedralen, 2 vols., ed. Hartmut Krohm and Holger Kunde (Petersberg: Imhof, 2011), vol. 2, 1137-46.

The Tactile and the Visionary: Notes on the Place of Sculpture in the Medieval Religious Imagination,” in Looking Beyond: Visions, Dreams, and Insights in Medieval Art and History, ed. Colum Hourihane (Princeton: Index of Christian Art, 2010), 203-40.

The Passion, the Jews, and the Crisis of the Individual on the Naumburg West Choir Screen,” in Beyond the Yellow Badge: Anti-Judaism and Antisemitism in Medieval and Early Modern Visual Culture, ed. Mitchell B. Merback (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 2008), 145-77. For the illustrations, please click here.

Crystalline Wombs and Pregnant Hearts: The Exuberant Bodies of the Katharinenthal Visitation Group,” in History in the Comic Mode: Medieval Communities and the Matter of Person, ed. Rachel Fulton and Bruce W. Holsinger (New York: Columbia University Press, 2007), 223-37.

“Dynamic Bodies and the Beholder’s Share: The Wise and Foolish Virgins of Magdeburg Cathedral,” in Bild und Körper im Mittelalter, ed. Kristin Marek, Raphaèle Preisinger, Marius Rimmele and Katrin Kärcher (Munich: Wilhelm Fink, 2006), 135-60.

Seeing through Screens: The Gothic Choir Enclosure as Frame,” in Thresholds of the Sacred: Architectural, Art Historical, Liturgical and Theological Perspectives on Religious Screens, East and West, ed. Sharon Gerstel (Washington, DC: Dumbarton Oaks, 2006), 185-213.

“The Stone Bible: Faith in Images” and catalogue entry “Female Head from San Vicente Martír, Frías,” in Set in Stone: The Face in Medieval Sculpture, ed. Charles T. Little (New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2006), 74-76, 110-11.

Gothic Sculpture,” in Encyclopedia of Sculpture, ed. Antonia Boström (Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2004).

“Peasant Meal or Lord’s Feast? The Social Iconography of the Naumburg Last Supper.” Gesta 42 (2003): 39-61.

“Beyond the Barrier: The Unifying Role of the Choir Screen in Gothic Churches.” Art Bulletin 82 (Dec. 2000): 622-57.

Recipient of College Art Association’s Arthur Kingsley Porter Prize, 2001

Subject of feature article by Volker Gebhardt, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 4 April 2001.

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From Jericho to Jerusalem: The Violent Transformation of Archbishop Engelbert of Cologne,” in Last Things: Death and the Apocalypse in the Middle Ages, ed. Caroline Walker Bynum and Paul Freedman (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2000), 60-82.

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