“Adémar de Chabannes et l’apostolicité de saint Martial : pèlerinage, liturgie et architecture à l’approche du millénaire de la passion. » in Saint-Martial de Limoges : Millénaire de l’abbatiale romane (1018-2018), ed. Eliane Vergnolle (Paris : Société française d’archéologie, 2020), pp. 31-38.
“The Peace of God: Demotic Religiosity and the Millennial Dynamics of the Central Middle Ages,” in Religion and Peace, ed. Yvonne Friedman (London: Taylor and Francis, 2017), pp. 44-66.
“Can the Church be Desperate, Warriors be Pacifist, and Commoners Ridiculously Optimistic? On the Historian’s Imagination and the Peace of God” in Center and Periphery: Studies on Power in the Medieval World in Honor of William Chester Jordan, ed. Katherine L. Jansen, G. Geltner and Anne E. Lester (Leiden, 2013), pp. 79-92.
On the Dangers of Ignoring Apocalyptic Icebergs, Y1K and Y2K,” Groniek: Historisch Tijdschrift (February 2015): 387-409.
“From Counting Down to Counting Out: On the Relationship between Apocalyptic and Normal Time in the Western Passion for Precise Time Measurement,” The Measure and Meaning of Time in Mesoamerica and the Andes, ed. Anthony F. Aveni (Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press, 2015), chapter 2.
The Silenced Millennium and the Fall of Rome: Augustine and the Year 6000 AM I,” in Augustine and Apocalyptic, ed. John Doody, Kari Kloos, and Kim Paffenroth (New York: Lexington Press, 2013), pp. 151-75.
“Economic Development and Demotic Religiosity: Reflections on the Eleventh-Century Takeoff,” History in the Comic Mode: The New Medieval Cultural History, ed. Rachel Fulton and Bruce Holsinger (New York: Columbia University Press, 2007), pp. 101-16.
“A White Mantle of Churches: Millennial Dynamics and the Written and Architectural Record,” in The White Mantle of Churches: Architecture, Liturgy, and Art around the Millennium, ed. Nigel Hiscock and Nancy Wu (New York, 2002), pp. 251-66.
“The Historiographical Fear of an Apocalyptic Year 1000: Augustinian History Medieval and Modern,” Speculum 75 (2000), 97-145
"Qui a peur de l’an mil ? Un débat électronique aux approches de l’an 2000," par P. J. Geary, R. Landes, A.G. Remensnyder, T. Reuter, dirigé par B.H. Rosenwein, in L'an mil en 2000  = Medievales 37 (1999), 15-55
“The Birth of Popular Heresy: A Millennial Phenomenon,” Journal of Religious History 24 (2000): 26-43.
“The Apocalyptic Year 1000: Then and Now,” in The Year 2000, ed. Charles Strozier and Michael Flynn (Rowman and Littlefield, London, 1997), pp. 13-29; reprinted without notes in The 21st Century, ed. Hilary D. Claggett, special edition of The Reference Shelf 71:5 (1999): 12-32; translated into German, Das apokalyptische Jahr 1000: Damals und heute. Skeptiker (1999) 12, 1/2, 17-31.
"Rodulfus Glaber and the Dawn of the New Millennium: Eschatology, Historiography and the Year 1000" Revue Mabillon n.s 7 [=68] (1996): 1-21.
"The Massacres of 1010: On the Origins of Popular Anti-Jewish Violence in Western Europe," in From Witness to Witchcraft: Jews and Judaism in Medieval Christian Thought, ed. Jeremy Cohen (Wolfenbüttel: Wolfenbüttler Mittelalterlichen-Studien, 1996), pp.79-112.
"Owls, Roosters, and Apocalyptic Time: A Historical Method for Reading a Refractory Documentation," Union Seminary Quarterly Review 49 (1996): 165-85.
"Autour d'Adémar de Chabannes (+1034): Précisions chronologiques au sujet du Limousin vers l'an Mil" Bulletin de la Société Archéologique et Historique du Limousin 122 (1994): 23-54.
"Sur les traces du Millennium: La via negativa," Le Moyen Age, 99 (1993), 5-26.
"Millenarismus absconditus: L'historiographie augustinienne et l'An Mil," Le Moyen Age 98:3-4 (1992): 355-77
"Une nouvelle hérésie est né dans le monde," with Pierre Bonnassie, in Les sociétés méridionales autour de l'An Mil: Répertoire de sources et documents commentés, ed. Michel Zimmermann (Toulouse: CNRS, 1992), pp. 435-59
"Introduction: France at the Turn of the Millennium," with Thomas Head, in The Peace of God, ed. Head and Landes (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1992), pp. 1-20; reprinted in The 1000s (Greenhaven Press, 2001).
“Between Aristocracy and Heresy: Popular Participation in the Limousin Peace of God (994-1032),” in Head and Landes, The Peace of God (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1992), pp. 184-219
"La vie apostolique en Aquitaine au tournant du millennium: Paix de Dieu, culte de reliques et communautés ‘hérétiques’," Annales, 46:3 (1991): 573-83.
"The absence of St. Martial of Limoges from the Pilgrim's Guide: A Note Based on Work in Progress," in The Codex Calixtinus and the Shrine of St. James, ed. John Williams (Tübingen, 1991), pp. 231-37.
"Anachronistic economics: grain storage in medieval England," with John Komlos, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 44.1 (1990): 36-45; "Alice to the Red Queen. Re: imperious econometrics," with John Komlos, EHR 133-36.
"L'accession des Capétiens: Une reconsidération selon les sources," Religion et Culture autour de l'An Mil: Royaume capétien et Lotharingiae (Paris: Picard, 1990), pp.151-66
"Literacy and the Origins of Inquisitorial Christianity: The Exegetical Battle between Hierarchy and Community in the Christian Empire (300-500)," in Social History and Issues in Human Consciousness: Some Interdisciplinary Connections, ed. A.E. Barnes & P.N. Stearns (New York: New York University Press, 1989), pp. 137-70
“Lest the Millennium be Fulfilled: Apocalyptic Expectations and the Pattern of Western Chronography, 100-800 CE,” The Use and Abuse of Eschatology in the Middle Ages, ed. W. Verbeke, D. Verhelst, and A. Welkenhuysen (Katholieke U., Leuven, 1988), 137-211
"The Dynamics of Heresy and Reform: Popular Participation in the ‘Peace of God' Movement in Limoges, 994-1033)," Essays on the Peace of God: The Church and the People in Eleventh Century France, ed. Thomas Head and Richard Landes, special issue of Historical Reflections/Réflexions historiques, 14.3 (1987): 467-511.
"A Libellus from St. Martial at the Time of Ademar of Chabannes: Un faux à Retardement," Scriptorium, 37 (1983): 178-204.