2016. ‘Sanskrit Abhidharma Literature of the Mah?vih?rav?sins’. In Text, History and Philosophy: Abhidharma across Buddhist Scholastic Traditions¸ edited by Bart Dessein and Weijen Teng, 169–222. Leiden: Brill. On the influence of Sri Lankan Abhidhamma ideas in mainland India, especially through the works of Jotip?la (sixth–seventh century). This is possibly an amended version of his 2013 [Buddhist era 2556]. ‘Abhidhamma Studies II: Sanskrit Abhidharma Literature of the Mah?vih?rav?sins’, Thai International Journal for Buddhist Studies 4: 1–61.
2017. ‘On the Earliest Buddhist Schools’. In Holy Wealth: Accounting for This World and the Next in Religious Belief and Practice: Festschrift for John R. Hinnells, edited by Almut Hintze and Alan Williams, 21–48. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz.
2018. The Book of Pairs and its Commentary: A translation of the Yamaka and Yamakappakara?a??hakath?, Vol I, translated by C.M.M. Shaw and L.S. Cousins.
It includes Lance’s translation of the relevant portion of the ancient commentary, the Pañcappakara?a-a??hakath? and is intended as the first of a planned three-volume translation of the whole Yamaka and its commentary.
2018. ‘Cetiya and Th?pa: the Textual Sources’. Chapter 2 in Relics and Relic Worship in the Early Buddhism: India, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka and Burma, edited by Janice Stargardt and Michael Willis. London: British Museum Publications
Forthcoming. ‘The sacca-sa?khepa and its commentaries’. Planned to be published in the Journal of the Pali Text Society.
Earlier publications now available online:
1981. ‘The Pa??h?na and the Development of the Therav?din Abhidhamma’, Journal of the Pali Text Society 9: 22–46. http://www.palitext.com/JPTS_scans/JPTS_1981_IX.pdf
1991. ‘The “Five Points” and the Origins of the Buddhist Schools’ The Buddhist Forum Volume II, edited by Tadeusz Skorupski, 27–60. London: School of Oriental and African Studies. http://www.shin-ibs.edu/documents/bForum/v2/03Cousins.pdf
1996. ‘The Origins of Insight Meditation’. In The Buddhist Forum, Volume 4, edited by Tadeusz Skorupski, 35–58. London: School of Oriental and African Studies. http://www.shin-ibs.edu/documents/bForum/v4/03Cousins.pdf
1998. ‘Buddha’ and ‘Nirv??a’. In Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Chief Editor Edward Craig. https://www.rep.routledge.com/articles/biographical/buddha-6th-5th-century-bc/v-1 and https://www.rep.routledge.com/articles/thematic/nirvana/v-1/sections/origins-and-etymology-of-the-word-nirvana=