Biblical Commentary and Translation in Later Medieval England: Experiments in Interpretation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming.
Medieval Cantors and Their Craft: Music, Liturgy, and the Shaping of History, 800-1500. Edited by Katie Bugyish, A. B. Kraebel, and Margot Fassler. Writing History in the Middle Ages Series. Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer for the York Medieval Press, 2017. // Publisher's Website // Amazon
Thinking Across Tongues. Edited by Mary Kate Hurley, Jonathan Hsy, and A. B. Kraebel. Special issue of postmedieval 8.3 (2017).
The Sermons of William of Newburgh. Edited by A. B. Kraebel. Toronto Medieval Latin Texts, 31. Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies for the Centre for Medieval Studies, 2010. // Publisher's Website // Amazon
Articles (as author)
"Latin Manuscripts of Richard Rolle at the University of Illinois." JEGP 119 (2020): forthcoming.
"Rolle Reassembled: Booklet Production, Single-Author Anthologies, and the Making of Bodley 861." Speculum 94 (2019): forthcoming.
"Chaucer's Bibles: Late Medieval Biblicism and Compilational Form." JMEMS 47 (2017): 437-60.
"A Further Book Annotated by Stephan Batman, with New Material for his Biography." The Library, 7th series, vol. 16 (2015): 458-66.
"The Manuscript Tradition of Richard Ullerston's Expositio canticorum Scripturae." The Mediaeval Journal 3.1 (2013): 49-82.
"John of Rheims and the Psalter-Commentary attributed to Ivo II of Chartres." Revue bénédictine 122 (2012): 252-93.
"The Use of Richard Rolle's Latin Psalter in Richard Ullerston's Expositio canticorum Scripturae." Medium Ævum 81 (2012): 139-44.
"The Place of Allegory in the Psalter-Commentary of Bruno the Carthusian." Mediaeval Studies 73 (2011): 207-16.
"Prophecy and Poetry in the Psalms-Commentaries of St. Bruno and the Pre-Scholastics." Sacris erudiri 50 (2011): 413-59.
"Christina Rossetti's Quotations of the Psalter (1875)." Notes and Queries 58 (2011): 93-4.
"Grammatica and the Authenticity of the Psalms-Commentary attributed to Bruno the Carthusian." Mediaeval Studies 71 (2009): 63-97.
Book Chapters (as author)
"Of the Making of Little Books: The Minor Works of William of Newburgh." In Medieval Cantors and Their Craft (see above).
"Biblical Exegesis and the Twelfth-Century Expansion of Servius." In Classical Commentary: Explorations in a Scholarly Genre, ed. Christina Kraus and Christopher Stray, 419-34. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016. // Publisher's website // Amazon
"Poetry and Commentary in the Medieval School of Rheims: Reading Virgil, Reading David." In Interpreting Scripture in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam: Overlapping Inquiries, ed. Mordechai Cohen and Adele Berlin, 227-48. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016. // Publisher's Website // Amazon
"The Medieval Bible as Literature." Co-authored with Alastair Minnis. In The Edinburgh Companion to the Bible and the Arts, ed. Stephen Prickett, 440-58. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2014. // Publisher's Website // Amazon
Jean Leclercq, "Commentary on Biblical and Ecclesiastical Literature from Latin Antiquity to the Twelfth Century." Translated from the French, with a bibliograhical preface. The Mediaeval Journal 2.2 (2012): 27-53.
Richard of St. Victor, On the Apocalypse of John. Selections translated from the Latin, with an introduction. In Interpretation of Scripture: Theory, ed. Franklin Harkins and Frans van Liere, 327-70. Victorine Texts in Translation, 3. Turnhout: Brepols, 2012.
Richard of St. Victor, On the Four Degrees of Violent Love. Translated from the Latin (unabridged), with an introduction. In On Love, ed. Hugh Feiss, 261-300. Victorine Texts in Translation, 2. Turnhout: Brepols, 2011.