The Oldest Manuscript Tradition of the Etymologiae (Eighty Years after A. E. Anspach)by Evina Steinová
Visigothic Symposia 4: Manuscripts and Editions (2020), 100-143.
The early reception history of the first book of the Etymologies as a mirror of Carolingian intellectual networks: a proposalby Evina Steinová
in: Social and Intellectual Networking in the Early Middle Ages, edited by Michael J. Kelly and K. Patrick Fazioli, Gracchi Books/punctum books: Binghamton, NY, 2023, 191-235.
Two Carolingian Redactions of the Etymologiae from St. Gallenby Evina Steinová
Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 56:2 (2021), 298-376.
Annotation of the Etymologiae of Isidore of Seville in Its Early Medieval Context
Archivum Latinitatis Medii Aevi 78 (2020), 5-81.
Early medieval catechetic collections containing material from the Etymologiae and the place of Isidore of Seville in Carolingian correctio
in: Crafting Knowledge in the early medieval book: Practices of collecting and concealing, edited by Sinead O’Sullivan and Ciaran Arthur, Brepols: Turnhout, 2023, 313-354.
Parallel Glosses, Shared Glosses, and Gloss Clustering: Can Network-Based Approach Help Us to Understand Organic Corpora of Glosses?
Journal of Historical Network Research 9 (2023), forthcoming
Editing Glosses as Networks: Exploring the Explorative Edition
in: A Companion to Digital Editing Methods, edited by Elli Bleeker, Marijke van Faassen, Rik Hoekstra, and Marijn Koolen, Amsterdam, 2023 (forthcoming)