Sweetinburgh, S. 2021. "Ready for to go to the sea": maintaining fishing families in Late Medieval Hythe. in: Edwards, E. Bligh, S., Sweetinburgh, S. (ed.) Maritime Kent through the Ages Woodbridge Boydell.
Sweetinburgh, S. 2018. Religious women in the landscape: their roles in medieval Canterbury and its hinterland. in: Blud, V., Heath, D. and Klafter, J. (ed.) Gender: Places, Spaces and Thresholds London Institute of Historical Research. pp. 8-18
Sweetinburgh, S. 2018. Fishermen and their families in late medieval and Tudor Kent. in: Jowitt, C., Lambert, C. and Mentz, S. (ed.) The Routledge Research Companion to Marine and Maritime Worlds, 1400-1800: Oceans in Global History and Culture Routledge.
Sweetinburgh, S. 2018. Neighbours across the religious divide: coping with difference in Henrician Kent. in: Kane, B. and Sandall, S. (ed.) The Experience of Neighbourliness in Europe, c.1000-1600 Routledge.
Sweetinburgh, S. 2018. 'Writing the town in mid-fifteenth-century Sandwich: the contribution of John Serle, common clerk'. in: Bartram, C. (ed.) Kentish Book Culture: Writing and reading in the Provinces 1400-1660 Peter Lang.
Sweetinburgh, S. 2016. Farming the Kentish marshlands: continuity and change in the late Middle Ages. in: Bowen, J. and Brown, A. (ed.) Custom and Commercialisation in English Rural Society: Revisiting Tawney and Postan Hatfield University of Hertfordshire Press. pp. 73-95
Sweetinburgh, S. 2015. The economic impact of the Reformation on two Canterbury parishes. in: Hitchman, V. and Foster, A. (ed.) Views from the Parish: Churchwardens' Accounts c.1500-c.1800 Newcastle Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 47-62
Sweetinburgh, S. 2014. Placing the hospital: the production of St Lawrence's hospital registers in fifteenth-century Canterbury. in: Clark, L. (ed.) The Fifteenth Century XIII: Exploring the Evidence: Commemoration, Administration and the Economy Woodbridge Boydell. pp. 109-129
Sweetinburgh, S. 2014. To move the mind: scenes from Christ's life on Faversham's painted pillar. in: Kelly, S. and Perry, R. (ed.) Devotional Culture in Late Medieval England and Europe Turnhout Brepols. pp. 291-314
Sweetinburgh, S. 2013. Discord in the public arena: processes and meanings of the St Bartholomew's day festivities in early sixteenth-century Sandwich. in: Sweetinburgh, S. (ed.) Negotiating the Political in Northern European Urban Society, c.1400-c.1600 Tempe, Arizona ACMRS and Brepols.
Sweetinburgh, S. 2013. Canterbury's martyred archbishop: the 'cult' of Simon Sudbury and relations between city and cathedral. in: Penman, M. (ed.) Monuments and Monumentality across Medieval and Early Modern Europe Donington Shaun Tyas. pp. 199-211
Sweetinburgh, S. 2013. Pilgrimage in 'an Age of Plague': Seeking Canterbury's 'hooly blisful martir' in 1420 and 1470. in: Clark, L. and Rawcliffe, C. (ed.) The Fifteenth Century XII: Society in an Age of Plague Woodbridge Boydell. pp. 57-77
Bartram, C. and Dixon, M. 2013. 'With the consent of the towne, and other skillfull marryners and gentlemen': an examination of textual negotiations in the Elizabethan restoration of Dover Harbour 1582-1605. in: Sweetinburgh, S. (ed.) Negotiating the Political in Northern European Urban Society, c.1400-1600 Tempe, Arizona, USA Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies.
Sweetinburgh, S. 2012. Anglo-Saxon saints and a Norman archbishop: 'imaginative memory' and institutional identity at St Gregory's Priory, Canterbury. in: Burton, J. and Stober, K. (ed.) The Regular Canons in the Medieval British Isles Turnhout Brepols. pp. 19-40
Sweetinburgh, S. 2011. Caught in the cross-fire: patronage and institutional politics in late twelfth-century Canterbury. in: Dalton, P., Insley, C. and Wilkinson, L. (ed.) Cathedrals, Communities and Conflict in the Anglo-Norman World Woodbridge Boydell. pp. 187-202
Sweetinburgh, S. 2011. Hythe's butcher-graziers: townsmen in the late medieval English countryside. in: Dyer, C., Hopper, A., Lord, E. and Tringham, N. (ed.) New Directions in Local History since Hoskins Hatfield University of Hertfordshire Press. pp. 98-113
Sweetinburgh, S. 2010. Remembering the dead at dinner-time. in: Hamling, T. and Richardson, C. (ed.) Everyday Objects: Medieval and Early Modern Material Culture and its Meanings Aldershot Ashgate. pp. 257-266
Sweetinburgh, S. 2010. Overcoming disaster? Farming practices on Christ Church Priory's marshland manors in the early 14th century. in: Waller, M., Edwards, E. and Barber, L. (ed.) Romney Marsh: Persistence and Change in a Coastal Lowland Sevenoaks Romney Marsh Research Trust. pp. 97-115
Sweetinburgh, S. 2009. Eternal town servants: civic elections and the Stuppeny tombs of New Romney and Lydd. in: Bruun, M. and Glaser, S. (ed.) Negotiating Heritage: Memories of the Middle Ages Turnhout Brepols. pp. 149-172
Sweetinburgh, S. 2008. The Austin Friars in late medieval Canterbury: negotiating spaces. in: Burton, J. and Stober, K. (ed.) Monasteries and Society in the British Isles in the Later Middle Ages Woodbridge Boydell. pp. 197-210
Sweetinburgh, S. 2007. Royal patrons and local benefactors: the experiences of the hospitals of St Mary at Ospringe and Dover in the thirteenth century. in: Jamroziak, E. and Burton, J. (ed.) Religious and Laity in Western Europe 1000-1400: Interaction, Negotiation, and Power Turnhout Brepols. pp. 111-129
Sweetinburgh, S. 2007. The poor, hospitals and charity in sixteenth-century Canterbury. in: Lutton, R. and Salter, E. (ed.) Pieties in Transition: Religious Practices and Experiences c.1400-1640 Aldershot Ashgate. pp. 59-73
Sweetinburgh, S. 2006. Mayor-making and other ceremonies: shared uses of sacred space among the Kentish Cinque Ports. in: Trio, P. and De Smet, M. (ed.) The Use and Abuse of Sacred Places in Late Medieval Towns Leuvan Leuven University Press. pp. 165-188