Many scholars make use of the research potential of the Cranston Library. The following publications have developed from their work:

Women’s Books of Hours in Medieval England: Selected Texts, ed. & trans. Charity Scott-Stokes (Woodbridge, 2006)

Anne Bagnall Yardley, Performing Piety: Musical Culture in Medieval English Nunneries(New York, 2008)

Chronicon Anonymi Cantuariensis: The Chronicle of Anonymous of Canterbury, 1346-1365, ed. & trans. Charity Scott-Stokes and Chris Given-Wilson (Oxford, 2008)

Anne Bagnall Yardley, ‘Clares in Procession: The Processional and Book of Hours of the Franciscan Minoresses at Aldgate’, Women & Music: A Journal of Gender and Culture, vol. 13 (2009), 1-23

The Early Modern Englishwoman: A Facsimile Library of Essential Works, series II: Printed Writings, 1641-1700, part 4, vii: Susanna Hopton, ed. Julia J. Smith (Farnham, 2010)

The Shaftesbury Project:
[The philosopher 3rd earl of Shaftesbury was a Reigate resident and gave four books to the Cranston Library. Some of his family and friends were also connected with the library.]