“The Prosapagrahic History of Torre de Palma: the Portuguese Campaigns.” AP, 2006 (at press).
“Est In Agris: Evidence for Centuriation in Lusitania. A Case Study.” Journada Norte Alentejana, Volume 4, 2005.
“Archaeological Survey of Monforte, Portugal: Paleolithic to Medieval” (in review) co-written by Dr. Rui Boaventura.
“Roman, Early Christian and Islamic Burials at Elias Garcia, Évora, Portugal:” Instituto Portuguese de Arqueologia and IPPAR, October 2003.
“Sacred Wood. A Survey and Study of the Stave Churches in Norway.” University of Louisville Thesis, December 2001.
“The Norwegian Homiletic: The Dedication Homily in Stone and Wood.” Second Conference, Aland Symposium for Medieval Art, 1997. Aland, Finland.
“Interview with Dr. Asa Ringbom, 1997 Morgan Professor at the University of Louisville.” Parnassus, Allen R. Hite Art Institute.
“Est In Agris: Evidence for Centuriation in Lusitania. A Case Study.” Northern Alentejo Archaeological Conference, April, 2005.
“A Spatial Analysis of Roman Lusitanian Settlement Patterns in Monforte, Portugal.” AIA Conference 2005, Boston, USA.
“The Stave and the Church.” Allen R. Hite Art Institute Faculty Invitation, University of Louisville. September 1998.
“The Norwegian Homiletic: A Newly Discovered Dedication Homily in Stone and Wood.” Second Conference, Aland Symposium for Medieval Art, 1997. Aland, Finland.
“The Stave Churches of Norway: Placing the Homiletic in Context.” Kalamazoo Medieval Conference, 1998. Kalamazoo, Michigan.
“The Speckled Book and the Icelandic Homily: Shedding Some Light on the Stave Church Homily.” SASS, Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Studies, 1998.
“The Not-So-Etruscan fresco in the J.B. Speed Art Collection. An Analysis, Reconstruction and Reattribution.” Museum Methods, University of Louisville, May 1997.
“Opening Doors. Out-Reach Programs and Education in your Neighborhood Museum.” J.B. Speed Art Museum, March, 1996.
“Frontier America. The Importance of Re-Curation and Re-Patriation in the Current Collections of American Museums.” J.B. Speed Art Institute, May, 1996.