1. The Pusey House Torah Scroll of the 17th Century
  2. Ancient Jewish Coins at the Ashmolean Museum: The Tyrian Shekel
  3. Hebrew Manuscripts at Christ Church College, Oxford
  4. The Abrabanel family & the Biblical manuscripts at the Bodleian Library  
  5. The discovery of the Alfred Edersheim collection of Hebraica in Oxford 
  6. The King James Bible and the Kabbalah
  7. A dispute about a hilltop between the King James Bible and some rabbis 
  8. An extra word in the Bible: finding the mystical in the simple 


  1. The Yom Kippur Piyyut of unknown origin: "ki anu ame-cha" (For we are Your nation) through Oxford Hebrew manuscript mahzorim'
  2. The Development of Kol Nidrei Through the lens of Hebrew manuscripts at the Bodleian Library
  3. Rabbi Yom Tov of York: A Yom Kippur liturgical poet, legalist and martyr
  4. The Rare Oxford Machzor Vitry: A Rosh Hashana essay  


  1. The Oxford Passover Haggadah: The world’s oldest 12th century Haggadah - CCC MS 133
  2. I am He and there is no other
  3. The dispute about mentioning the Exodus at night in the manuscripts
  4. You and Us in the 12th century Corpus Christi Passover Haggadah Manuscript
  5. Remembering the going out of Egypt every day
  6. Oxford's Rare Machzor Vitry Haggadah: A Passover Essay (April, 2012)


  1. Chanukah essay: Lighting one lamp from another on the Chanukah Menorah - Tribute to Rabbi Lord Sacks
  2. The Development of the Lighting of the Chanukah Menorah in the Oxford Manuscripts


  1. A history of eating dairy among Jews of medieval England through the lens of a Hebrew manuscript at the Bodleian Library