|"Pictured sermons in thirteenth-century England"|
|in Susan L'Engle, Gerald B. Guest, ed., Tributes to Jonathan J.G. Alexander: The Making and Meaning of Illuminated Medieval & Renaissance Manuscripts, Art & Architecture, London: Harvey Miller, 2006, 323-340|
Discusses representations of preaching through a close examination of the illustrations in the Guillaume le Clerc Bestiary (MS. Paris, B. N. F., fr.14969) and the iconographic meaning of the sermons depicted within the illuminations.