Ph.D., Toronto, 1995
Office: 1741 Patterson Office Tower
Areas of Specialization:
Early Medieval Europe (especially legal history); Carolingian empire; early medieval and late antique intellectual and cultural history; canon law; early medieval biblical exegesis; textual transmission and manuscript studies.
- A Contrite Heart: Prosecution and Redemption in the Carolingian Empire (Brill Academic Publishers, 2009)
- Editor of A New History of Penance (Brill Academic Publishers, 2008).
- "For I was hungry and you fed me': Social Justice and Economic Thought in the Latin Patristic and Medieval Christian Traditions" in Ancient and Medieval Economic Ideas and Concepts of Social Justice ed. S. Todd Lowry and Barry Gordon (Leiden, 1997)
- "The Letter of the Law: Carolingian Exegetes and the Old Testament" in With Reverence for the Word (Proceedings of the Conference on Medieval Scriptural Interpretation in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Toronto, May 1997) ed. Jane McCauliffe (Oxford University Press, 2002)
- “Blushing Before the Judge: Moral Arbitration in the Carolingian Empire” in A New History of Penance (see above)
- "Carolingian Ecclesiology and Heresy: a Southern Gallic Juridical Tract against Adoptionism" Sacris erudiri 39 (2000)
- "Ghostly Recensions in Early Medieval Canon Law: the Problem of the Collectio Dacheriana and its shades" Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis/Revue de l'Histoire du Droit/Legal History Review 68 (2000)
- "The Use of the Bible in the Pseudo-Isidorian Forgeries" in Carolingian Biblical Exegesis, ed. Celia Chazelle and Burton Van Name Edwards (Brepols, 2003)
- “Codices and Contexts: the many destinies of the Capitula Angilramni and the challenges of editing small canon law collections” Zeitschrift für Rechtsgeschichte, Kanonistische Abteilung 94  (2008) pp. 88-312.