Thinking Across Tongues. Edited by Mary Kate Hurley, Jonathan Hsy, and A. B. Kraebel. Special issue of postmedieval 8.3 (2017).

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

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.

"Middle English Gospel Glosses and the Translation of Exegetical Authority." Traditio 69 (2013): 49-82. // Corrected Plates

"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


Scholarly Translations

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.