Art of the Edge: Essays in the Margins of Medieval Art. London: Reaktion Books. Forthcoming.
"Body, Soul and Surplus: The Kiss in Medieval Art." Yale French Studies (1991). Forthcoming.
"The Book of Signs: Writing and Visual Difference in Gothic Manuscript Illumination." Word & Image (April-June 1985), 1(2):133-148.
"The Devil's Writing: Diabolic Literacy in Medieval Art." In Irving Latin, ed., World Art: Themes of Unity in Diversity. Acts of the 25th International Congress of the History of Art. University Park, PA: Penn State University Press, 1987?
The Gothic Idol: Ideology and Image-Making in Medieval Art. Cambridge New Art History and Criticism. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 1989.
"Gothic Manuscripts 1285-1385." Art Bulletin (March 1989), 71:134-137.
"`Him whom you have ardently desired you may see': Cistercian Exegesis and the Prefatory Pictures in a French Apocalypse." In Meredith Parsons Lillich, ed., Studies in Cistercian Art and Architecture, Vol. 3, pp. 137-160. Cistercian Studies Series, 9. Kalamazoo: Cistercian Publications, 1987.
"The Illustrations in Harley MS 3487 and the Perception of Aristotle's Libri naturales in Thirteenth-Century England." In W.M. Ormrod, ed, England in the Thirteenth Century, pp. 31-44. Proceedings of the 1984 Harlaxton Symposium. Woodbridge, Great Britain & Dover, NH: Boydell Press, 1986.
"Labouring for the Lord: The Ploughman and the Social Order in the Luttrell Psalter." Art History (December 1987), 10(4):423-454.
"The Language of Images in Medieval England 1200-1400." In Jonathan Alexander and Paul Binsky, ed., Age of Chivalry: Art in Plantagenet England 1200-1400, pp. 33-40. Catalogue of an exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, 1988. London: Royal Academy of Arts in association with Weidenfeld and Nicholson, 1987.
"New Names for Old Things." Review of Keith Christiansen's Gentile da Fabriano. Art History (December 1983), 6(4):501-506.
"The `Nouveaux Tres Riches Heures': The Illuminated Manuscript in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction." Critical Inquiry. Forthcoming.
"Opening the Book: A Review of the Present State of Manuscript Studies." Review of Pierpont Morgan Library Exhibition. "Last Flowering: French Painting in Manuscripts 1420-1530." November 18, 1982-January 30, 1983. Text: John Plummer (with the assistance of Gregory Clark), and of Sandra Hindman, ed., The Early Illustrated Book: Essays in Honor of Lessing J. Rosenwald, and of D.H. Turner, ed. The Hastings Hours, and of John Plummer's and Gregory Clark's The Last Flowering: French Painting in Manuscripts 1420-1530 From American Collections. Art History (December 1984) 7(4):508-514.
"Reading the Printed Image: Manuscript and Woodcut Images of Deguileville's Pelerinages in the Fifteenth Century." In Sandra Hindman, ed., From Script to Print Culture. Forthcoming
Review of Annarosa Garzelli's Miniatura Fiorentina del Rinascimento, 1440-1525: un Primo Censimento, and of Albina de la Mare's New Research on Humanistic Scribes in Florence. Library Quarterly (April 1987), 57(2):213-215.
Review of Elizabeth Salter's English and International: Studies in the Literature, Art and Patronage of Medieval England. Burlington Magazine (November 1989), 131(1040):781-782.
Review of James A. Brundage's Law, Sex, and Christian Society in Medieval Europe. American Journal of Sociology (May 1989), 94:1489-1490.
Review of Lucy Freeman Sandler's Gothic Manuscripts, 1285-1385. Art Bulletin (March 1989), 71(1):134-137.
Review of Otto Pacht's Book Illumination in the Middle Ages: An Introduction. Manuscripta (1988), 32(1):50-51.
Review of Robert G. Calkins' Illuminated Books of the Middle Ages. Art History (December 1984), 7(4):508-514.
Review of Suzanne Lewis' The Art of Matthew Paris in the `Chronica majora'. Speculum (July 1989), 64(3):735-737.
Review of Umberto Eco's Art and Beauty in the Middle-Ages. Burlington Magazine (February 1987), 129(1007):119.
Review of Xavier Barral y Altet, ed. Artistes, Artisans et production artistique au Moyen Age, Vol. 1: Les Hommes. Burlington Magazine (February 1988), 130(1019):143-144.
"Seeing and Reading: Some Visual Implications of Medieval Literacy and Illiteracy." Art History (1985), 8(1):26-49.
"Some Visual Implications of Medieval Literacy and Illiteracy." Art History (1985), 8(1):26-49.
"Sounds of Flesh/Images of the Word." Public [Toronto], 5. Forthcoming.
"Visual Signs of the Sacred Page: Books in the Bible moralisée." Word & Image (January-March 1989), 5(1):111-130.
"Visualizing in the Vernacular: A New Cycle of Early Fourteenth Century Bible Illustrations." Burlington Magazine (February 1988), 130(1019):97-106.
"Walter Benjamin and Dürer's Melancholia I: The Dialectics of Allegory and the Limits of Iconology." Ideas and Production (1986), 5:58-79.