- "Landscapes of Conversion: Guthlac's Mound and Grendel's Mere as Expressions of Anglo-Saxon Nation-Building," reprinted inThe Postmodern Beowulf , ed. Joy and Ramsey, 2006. On landscape and empire. (Originally in Viator34 (2003):1-39.)
- Tolkien's Modern Middle Ages, New Middle Ages series, 2005, edited with Jane Chance; also includes his "Tolkien's Cosmic-Christian Ecology" article on fantasy and landscape.
- "Writing an Icon of the Land: The Mabinogi as a Mystagogy of Landscape." Peritia 19 (2005): 193-228 (Irish Medieval Academy). Iconography and layered textual landscape.
- "The bluest-greyest-greenest eye: colours of martyrdom and colours of the winds as iconographic landscape." Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies50 (2005): 31-66. Landscape as a praxis of aescetic-aesthetics.
- "Gildas and Glastonbury," in Via Crucis, Essays on Sources and Ideas in Memory of J.E. Cross, ed. Hall (2002). Landscape as mythic history.