With H. Lamers, eds, Receptions of Hellenism in Early Modern Europe, 15th-17th centuries (Leiden: Brill, 2020)

"Aspects of the Printing History and Reception of John Chrysostom and Other Greek Church Fathers, c. 1450–1600", International Journal for the Classical Tradition

"Chrestien Wechel (c. 1495–1554) and Greek Printing in Paris: Education, Networks and Questions of Orthodoxy", in Proceedings of the Conference The Impact of Learning Greek, Hebrew and ‘Oriental’ Languages, Leuven 13–15 December 2017 (Turnhout: Brepols)

"Towards a Typology of Greek Books printed in Sixteenth-Century Paris: Placing Teaching into the Printing Landscape", in Graecia transvolavit Alpes: The Study of Greek in Early Modern Europe, ed. F. Cicolella and L. Silvano (Leiden: Brill)


"The Human Body in Byzantine Culture", a long article (100 pages) to be published in Brill Research Perspectives in Byzantine Studies

"Emotions and Gender", in The Routledge Handbook of Gender and Sexuality in Byzantium, ed. Mati Meyer and Charis Messis

"Animals in Hagiography", in The Routledge Handbook of Animals in Byzantium, ed. Andreas Rhoby

"The Martyr's Body: Sanctification Through Blood and Milk", in Blood in Byzantium, ed. Peter Sarris


Frankokratia: A Journal for the Study of Greek Lands under Latin Rule (journal editor, with Christopher Schabel)

The architecture and interior spatial disposition of the papal collegiate church of Saint-Urbain, Troyes

The history and architecture of the Collège des Bernardins, Paris during the fourteenth century (in collaboration with Christopher Schabel)


Vat. gr. 1851: A Child-Princess’s Illustrated Guide to Marrying a Byzantine Emperor  (in collaboration with Michael Jeffreys and Daniele Bianconi)

Male dress and identity in Byzantium (monograph)

"The imperial court: structure and functions of court society", in Brill Companion to Constantinople, ed. P. Magdalino, N. Asutay-Effenberger and A. Effenberger


Frankokratia: A Journal for the Study of Greek Lands under Latin Rule (journal editor, with Michalis Olympios)

Vivarium: A Journal for Medieval and Early-Modern Philosophy and Intellectual Life (journal editor, with William Duba)

Papal Letters and Other Latin Sources for the Latin East
The letters of Popes Innocent IV and Alexander IV to the Holy Land για τα Revised Regesta Regni Hierosolymitani Database (with Pierre Vincent-Claverie)
Translations of the letters of Pope Innocent III to Frankish Greece (with Nicky Tsougakrakis)
The letters of Pope Gregory IX to Frankish Greece (edition)
Τhe papal letters to Cyprus 1316-1378 (edition in multiple volumes)
Τhe letters of Philippe de Mézières (edition)
The Vatican's Instrumenta Miscellanea concerning Cyprus (edition in a series of articles)

Latin Church in Greece and Cyprus
Series of articles on Latin bishoprics and monasteries in Cyprus, including an edited volume on the Cistercian nunnery of St Theodore in Nicosia (the latter, with Michalis Olympios)

Latin Theology and the Greeks (13th to 15th centuries)
Study on the treatise on unleavened bread of the Cistercian Hermann Zoest (with Philipp Nothaft), and numerous studies and editions of smaller texts on the Filioque issue

The Works of the Cistercian Pierre Ceffons, ca. 1348-1353
Edition of the Opera omnia of the Cistercian Pierre Ceffons. Part of the project involves a study of the Bernardins at Paris, where Ceffons lived and taught, in collaboration with Michalis Olympios.

Α history of principia, a new debate form in the universities of the 14th century (monograph, with William Duba)

Τhe debate over grace at the University of Oxford, 1330-1350 (monograph)

The Sentences of the Cistercian James of Eltville
Co-director of a three-volume edition of part of this theological work

The works of the Augustinian James of Viterbo
Member of editing team of the final volume

Opera omnia of the Franciscan Peter Auriol
Member of editin team


Wealth, Consumption and Inequality in the Late Byzantine World (monograph)

A cultural history of the late Byzantine aristocracy (monograph)

Byzantine Medicine (monograph, with Peter Bouras-Vallianatos, University of Edinburgh)

"John VI Kantakouzenos and Money: a Reading", in Byzantine Authors and their Time: Expression, Ideology, Society, ed. V. Vlydisou (Athens, National Hellenic Research Foundation)

"From Crete to Hell: The textual tradition on punishments in the afterlife and the writings of Joseph Bryennios on Crete," in Damned in Hell in the Frescoes of Venetian-dominated Crete (13th – 17th centuries), ed. A. Lymberopoulou (Cambridge University Press 2020)

 "Apology for a parvenu: Alexios Apokaukos revisited", in Papers of the 51st Spring Symposium

 "Irrevocable Blood: Ethnoreligious Violence and Collective Identity Formation in the Late Twelfth Century", in Ideologies and Identities in the medieval Byzantine world, ed. Y. Stouraitis (Edinburgh University Press)

"The boundaries between possession and disease: medical concepts in Byzantine exorcisms", in Wahnsinn und Ekstase. Literarische Konfigurationen zwischen christlicher Antike und Mittelalter, ed. C. Dietl, N. Metzger, Ch. Schanze (Wiesbaden: Reichert, 2020)

"Ball and (golden) chain: The Nicaean emperors and the aristocracy," in The Empire of Nicaea revisited, ed. P. Papadopoulou and A. Simpson (Brepols)

"Byzantine Constantinople: Population", στο The Routledge Handbook on Istanbul, ed. K. Fleet

"Early modern translations of late Byzantine medical texts: contexts, use and dispersion"

"The question of usury in the late Byzantine period"

"Sodomy in Hell: observations on some depictions of the damned in Hell in Cretan frescoes"

Five chapters related to th history of the Palaiologan period in Byzantium, History and Civilisation, vol. 7, ed. T. Loungis (Ηρόδοτος, 2021) [in Greek]


The ceramic finds of the Boeotia Project (1980-2010)
Final publication of the surface ceramic finds (8th-19th c. AD) of the Boeotia Survey Project from the city-sites of Thespiai (Boeotia, vol. II - published in 2017), Hyettos (Boeotia, vol. III - published in 2020), Askra – Valley of the Muses (Boeotia, vol. IV), Haliartos (Boeotia, vol. V), Tanagra (Boeotia, vol. VI) and Koroneia (Boeotia, vol. VII). Cambridge University McDonald Institute Monographs

The deserted medieval and post-medieval village-sites of Boeotia (in collaboration with Prof. J. Bintliff)
The Deserted Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Villages of Boeotia. Boeotia, VIII. Cambridge: Cambridge University McDonald Institute Monographs