Medieval Art in Motion: The Inventory and Gift Giving of Queen Clémence de Hongrie. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2019. Awarded the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Art History Publication Initiative Grant.
Moving Women Moving Objects (400-1500). Co-edited with Tracy Chapman Hamilton. Leiden: Brill, 2019.
“Inscribing Her Presence: Digital Mapping and Women in Early-Fourteenth-Century Paris” with Tracy Chapman Hamilton, forthcoming in Medieval People: Social Bonds, Kinship, and Networks.
“Doris Duke and Mary Crane: Collecting Islamic Art for Shangri La, a Hawaiian Hideaway Home” Journal of the History of Collections (January 2022).
“Women and the Circulation of Material Culture: Crossing Boundaries and Connecting Spaces” with Tracy Chapman Hamilton in Moving Women Moving Objects (400-1500), 1-12. Leiden: Brill, 2019.
“Transported as a Rare Object of Distinction: Gift Giving in the Inventory and Testament of Clémence of Hungary” The Journal of Medieval History 41 no. 2 (2015): 208-28.
“Lost and Found: Visualizing a Medieval Queen’s Destroyed Objects” in Queens in the Mediterranean, ed. Elena Woodacre, (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013), 73-96. Named article of the month by Feminae: Medieval Women and Gender Index.
Mariah Proctor-Tiffany, et al., The Object of Ornament: European Design, 1480-1800. Brown University class-curated museum exhibit. The Rhode Island School of Design Museum, Exhibition Notes 18, Spring 2002.
Publications and Digital Projects in Progress
Moving Women Moving Objects, Global Perspectives (400-1500), co-edited with Tracy Chapman Hamilton, invited volume for Brill.
Housing Historic Collections: Revivalist Architecture as Frame and Focus, co-edited volume about collectors’ homes with Jennifer Borland.
“Undoing Cultural Forgetting through Digital Mapping: Women and Object Movement in Medieval Europe” with Tracy Chapman Hamilton.
Mapping the Medieval Woman, digital resource and publication with Tracy Chapman Hamilton.