In addition to my teaching, which is mostly at the University of Bristol (History of Art and Centre for Medieval Studies) and occasionally at Oxford University’s Centre for Continuing Education (see the ‘talks and tours’ menu), I publish academic papers.
Most recently (late 2011), Beth Williamson and myself edited Medieval Architecture, art and history at Bristol Cathedral: an enigma explored (http://www.boydellandbrewer.com/store/viewitem.asp?idproduct=13759), a collection of essays by Roger Leech, John McNeill, Christopher Wilson, Paul Crossley, Julian Luxford, James Clark, Joseph Bettey and others – including myself. It has been handsomely produced, with many illustrations, by Boydell and Brewer.
Westbury-on-Trym, monastery, minster, college (Bristol Record Society, 2010), a volume co-authored with Professor Nicholas Orme. My contribution is a detailed analysis of the collegiate remains at Westbury, the church of which — unexceptional today — turns out to have incorporated a very unusual subterrenean burial chapel contructed by Bishop John Carpenter (d. 1476). Its history, decoration, architecture and iconography — all remarkable — can to a large extent be reconstructed. The publisher’s website is: http://www.bris.ac.uk/Depts/History/bristolrecordsociety/index.htm
Other papers are in preperation, and I am due to submit the results as a PhD by prior publication at the University of Bristol. Details of these and other academic activity (including previous publications, mostly on medieval church architecture but also on Avebury, Wiltshire) are on my CV.