Books and Editions

  • Tim Ayers (ed.) and Maureen Jurkowski (transcr. and transl.), The Fabric Accounts of St Stephen’s Chapel, Westminster, 1292–1396, 2 vols (Woodbridge: Boydell, 2020)
  • Elizabeth Biggs, Westminster – A Royal Chapel and English Kingship, 1348–1548 (Woodbridge: Boydell, 2020)

Special Issues of Journals


  • Tim Ayers, “Virtual St Stephen’s: The Medieval Model and the Art Historian”, Journal of British Art Studies, 16 (July 2020):
  • Tim Ayers and John Cooper, “New Approaches to St Stephen’s Chapel, Palace of Westminster”, Journal of British Art Studies, 16 (July 2020):
  • Elizabeth Biggs, “Richard II’s Kingship at St Stephen’s Westminster, 1377–99”, Fourteenth Century England, X (Woodbridge: Boydell, 2018): 157–78
  • Elizabeth Biggs, “Negotiating and Creating Collegiate Statutes in the Fourteenth Century”, in Monarchy, State and Political Culture in Late Medieval England: Essays in Honour of W. Mark Ormrod, ed. Gwilym Dodd and Craig Taylor (Woodbridge: York Medieval Press. 2020): 21–38
  • Catriona Cooper, “The Sound of Debate in Georgian England: Auralising the House of Commons”, Parliamentary History 38/1 (2019): 60–73
  • J. P. D. Cooper, “The Elizabethan House of Commons and St Stephen’s Chapel Westminster”, Parliamentary History 38/1 (2019): 34–59
  • J. P. D. Cooper and Richard A. Gaunt, “Architecture and Politics in the Palace of Westminster, 1399 to the Present”, Parliamentary History 38/1 (2019): 1–16
  • Rosemary Hill, “‘Proceeding like Guy Faux’: The Antiquarian Investigation of St Stephen's Chapel Westminster, 1790–1837”, Architectural History 59 (2016), 253–79
  • Helen Howard, Lloyd de Beer, David Saunders and Catherine Higgitt, “The Wall Paintings at St Stephen’s Chapel, Westminster Palace: Recent Imaging and Scientific Analysis of the Fragments in the British Museum”, Journal of British Art Studies, 16 (July 2020):
  • Anthony Masinton and James Jago, “Mapping the Unknown: Using Incomplete Evidence to Craft Three-Dimensional Models of St Stephen’s”, Journal of British Art Studies, 16 (July 2020):

Unpublished PhD theses

  • Elizabeth Biggs, “The College and Canons of St Stephen's, Westminster, 1348-1548”, University of York, 2017
  • James Hillson, “St Stephen's Chapel Westminster: Architecture, Decoration and Politics in the Reigns of Henry III and the Three Edwards (1227–1363)”, University of York, 2016 (associated researcher; independent AHRC doctoral award)