Many of Alan's publications on memory theory and NT studies have, in my opinion, gone under-appreciated, perhaps because they are often in volumes of collected essays and reference works. This will soon be corrected, as Bloomsbury T&T Clark will be publishing a collection of Alan's essays as a book in the "Reception of Jesus in the First Three Centuries" monograph series. LNTS is also getting ready to release his second monograph, a major contribution to Q scholarship and memory theory: Q in Matthew: Ancient Media, Memory, and Early Scribal Transmission of the Jesus Tradition.
At the conference in June, Alan will be presenting on "Memory and Media." His lecture will range from Q and ancient media to recent applications of memory theories in NT research, but generally reflect on how "memory" relates to ancient media culture (orality, textuality, scribality, etc.). If you'd like to hear his lecture or have a cup of coffee with Alan, you can register here.