1. Reflections on the Oxford Medieval Synagogue
  2. Oxford University Botanic Garden: A Jewish perspective
  3. Three Jewish Heritage Plaques at Oxford
  4. Berachiah of Lincoln: One of England's greatest Jewish scholars of the Middle Ages
  5. Rabbi Elijah of Oxford: The Most illustrious Jew of the Middle Ages in England
  6. Jacob the Jew, Isaac Casaubon and forced apostasy in Oxford
  7. Reflections on the History of the Oxford Mikvah in the 19th century
  8. The Mystery of The Bodleian Bowl: New insights into a 320 year old mystery
  9. Gamlingay, Merton College & Jewish Law (Dec, 2014)
  10. Biographical History of Jews of Oxford from the Medieval Period to the Modern Era (May, 2014)
  11. The Nakdan of Oxford & the limit of sovereign power in medieval England (Sep, 2013)
  12. Reflections on David of Oxford and family (May, 2013)
  13. 'As the Hart that panteth after the water brooks (Psalm 42:1): Jewish New Year reflections on an Oxford college coat of arms'
  14. Moses of London: Insight into Oxford's Jewry through his legal teachings and recent archaeology
  15. Henry VIII, Oxford’s Hebraists and the Rabbis
  16. Three Crowns: Interpreting Oxford's Coat of Arms through Jewish Theology
  17. Dominus Illuminatio Mea: Insights into Oxford's 16th century Motto (Sep, 2016)
  18. Brief Biography of Chief Rabbi Dovid Oppenheimer 
  19. Oxford's Rabbi Dovid Oppenheimer and the debate about synagogue melodies on the High Holidays in the 18th century
  20. Michael Dov Weissmandl: A Rabbi from Oxford’s Bodleian Library who saved Jews from the Holocaust (April, 2017)
  21. Rabbi Michael Weissmandl: A Rabbi from Oxford’s Bodleian Library who saved Jews from the Holocaust (Dec, 2010)
  22. Jewish amulets at Oxford University’s Pitt Rivers Museum
  23. The convergence of the philosophy on liberty of Sir Isaiah Berlin and the Lubavitcher Rebbe  
  24. Dominus Illuminatio Mea: An Oxford attempt to reconcile science and religion in the 16th century  (Sep, 2011)