Currently affiliated to University College Cork (Marie Curie Fellow in the Historical Humanities – Gerda Henkel Stiftung/M4HUMAN programme, 2012– 2014)
Intellectual, cultural and religious history of Ireland, particularly the eleventh and twelfth centuries; Latin learning and vernacular translations/adaptations in medieval Ireland; political and intellectual contacts between Ireland, England and the Continent; history of scholarship.
· The Body and the Blood: Eucharistic Doctrine in Medieval Ireland (monograph in preparation for the Medium Aevum Monographs series).
‘The Authorship and Transmission of De tribus habitaculis animae‘, Journal of Medieval Latin 22 (2012): in press.
The Tripartite Life of Whitley Stokes, ed. with Paul Russell (Dublin, 2011).
· ‘Eschatological justice in Scéla laí brátha’, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 59 (Summer, 2010), 39–54.
· ‘Neoplatonic Thought in Medieval Ireland: the Evidence of Scéla na esérgi’, Medium Ævum 78 (2009), 216–30.
· with N. J. Morgan et al., Parker Library on the Web (2009), http://parkerweb.stanford.edu
· ‘A Welsh Record of an Anglo-Saxon Political Mutilation’, Anglo-Saxon England 35 (2006), 245–9.
· ‘Stranger in a Strange Land: an Irish Monk in Germany and a Vision of the Afterlife’, Quaestio Insularis 6 (2005), 120–34.
‘The End of the World? Apocalyptic Expectation in Eleventh-Century Ireland’. Marie Curie Fellowship in the Historical Humanities (Gerda Henkel Stiftung/M4HUMAN programme), Department of Early and Medieval Irish, University College Cork, 2012–2014.
· ‘Religion and Thought in Ireland, c.1050-c.1150’, 3-year Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship, funded by The Leverhulme Trust and the Isaac Newton Trust
· ‘De finibus: Christian Representations of the Afterlife in Medieval Ireland’, University College Cork http://definibus.ucc.ie/index.html