Staff

Current officers of the centre


Director: Dr Rebecca Rist (Department History)

History Postgraduate Administrator:  Anna Lawrence

Grenville Astill Professor in Archaeology g.g.astill@reading.ac.uk
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Adrian Bell Head of ICMA Centre; Chair in the History of Finance a.r.bell@icmacentre.ac.uk
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Ken Dark Associate Professor in Archaeology and History k.r.dark@reading.ac.uk
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Professor Paul Davies Professor of History of Art p.davies@reading.ac.uk
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Roberta Gilchrist Research Dean / Professor in Archaeology r.l.gilchrist@reading.ac.uk
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Lindy Grant Professor of Medieval History l.m.grant@reading.ac.uk">
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Anne Lawrence Professor in Medieval History a.e.mathers-lawrence@reading.ac.uk
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Catherine Léglu Professor of French Studies c.leglu@reading.ac.uk
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Françoise Le Saux Professor of French Studies f.h.m.le-saux@reading.ac.uk
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Elizabeth Matthew Honorary Research Fellow in Medieval History and Part-Time Lecturer e.a.e.matthew@reading.ac.uk
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Paola Nasti Associate Professor - Italian Studies p.nasti@reading.ac.uk
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Aleks Pluskowski Associate Professor in Medieval Archaeology a.g.pluskowski@reading.ac.uk
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Rebecca Rist Associate Professor In Medieval History r.a.c.rist@reading.ac.uk
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Gabor Thomas Associate Professor in Early Medieval Archaeology gabor.thomas@reading.ac.uk
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Research Interests of the GCMS Staff

Grenville Astill - BA, PhD (Birmingham), FSA. Professor of Archaeology. British Academy Research Readership 1990-92. Recipient of two national awards for his archaeological fieldwork. Publications and research centre on urban and rural settlement, the medieval economy, technology and monastic archaeology. Co-editor and major contributor to The Countryside of Medieval England (1988) and Medieval Farming and Technology. The Impact of Agricultural Change in Northwest Europe (1997). Long-term research programmes include excavations and fieldwork on the precinct and estates of Bordesley Abbey, a medieval Cistercian monastery in Worcestershire: A Medieval Industrial Complex and its Landscape: the Metalworking, Watermills and Workshops of Bordesley Abbey was published in 1993 and followed by a series of further publications. He co-directed a multidisciplinary landscape survey in Eastern Brittany, now published as The East Brittany Survey: Fieldwork and Data (1994) and The Breton Landscape (1997).

 

Aisling Byrne - BA(UCD), PhD (Cambridge). Previously Fitzjames Research Fellow in Old and Middle English at Merton College, now Lecturer in the Department of English Literature. Has published on the transmission and translation of medieval romance, on writers such as Gerald of Wales and Thomas Malory, and on themes such as marvels, feasting, chivalry, and territorial politics. Interests include multilingualism, medieval geographies, and the history of the book. Aisling's monograph, Otherworlds: Fantasy and History in Medieval Literature, was published in 2015 by Oxford University Press. She is co-convenor of the Crossing Borders in the Insular Middle Ages project. Aisling currently teaches on Old English Literature, Chaucer and Medieval Narrative, Medieval Romance and Medieval Otherworld descriptions.

Adrian Bell―BA (Hull), MA (Reading), PhD (Reading) Professor of the History of Finance, Head of the ICMA Centre, and Associate Dean (International), Henley Business School, University of Reading. Adrian is interested in the history of finance and is working on a major project funded by the Leverhulme Trust with Professor Chris Brooks and Dr Helen Killick. The project "The first real estate bubble: Land Prices and Rents in Medieval England c. 1200-1550" will run for 3 years from 2015. The project builds upon a previous project for Leverhume with Professor Chris Brooks and Dr Tony Moore on medieval foreign exchange. More detail is available at http://www.icmacentre.ac.uk/medievalfx/. A previous major project for the ESRC with the same team investigated the early and innovative use of credit finance by a succession of English medieval monarchs (https://www.icmacentre.ac.uk/medievalcredit) and an earlier ESRC project entitled "Modern Finance in the Middle Ages? Advance contracts for the supply of wool" (UK Data Archive, study number 5325:http://www.data-archive.ac.uk/). Professor Bell also specialises in the Hundred Years War and his book, War and the Soldier in the Fourteenth Century, was published by Boydell and Brewer in Autumn 2004. In 2006 he was awarded a major grant from the AHRC (jointly with Professor Anne Curry, University of Southampton) to investigate "The Soldier in Later Medieval England" for more details see http://www.medievalsoldier.org/. The findings are outlined in a major work The Soldier in Later Medieval England, published by Oxford University Press (2013).

Ken Dark - BA [York], PhD [Cantab], FSA, FRHist.Soc., FRAI, SFHES. Associate Professor in Archaeology and History in the School of Politics, Economics and International Relations; chair of the Late Antiquity Research Group; holds honorary professorships from several European and North American universities. An archaeologist specializing on the first millennium AD in Europe (including Britain and Ireland) and the Mediterranean, he has directed archaeological projects since the late 1970s - most recently in Nazareth, at the Byzantine church of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, and in south-west England. Other than this fieldwork, his current research includes Roman and Byzantine urban centres, the earliest Christian communities in the Roman world, and fourth to seventh-century Britain.

Paul Davies -BA (Reading), MA, PhD (London). Lecturer in History of Art. Secretary of the Centre 1994-97. Author of many articles on Italian Renaissance architecture. Revised L.H. Heydenreich's Architecture in Italy 1400-1500, Yale University Press, 1996. Particular interests include the design of centrally planned churches in Italy during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries and the work of Michele Sanmicheli about whom he published a book in 2004. At present cataloguing the Renaissance architectural drawings in the Royal Library at Windsor Castle. Co-editor of a series of books for Cambridge University Press entitled 'Architecture in Early Modern Italy'.

Luke Elson - PhD (North Carolina) is a lecturer in the philosophy department. In contemporary philosophy, his research interests are mostly in ethics and metaethics. He is interested (albeit at a fairly amateurish level!) in late mediaeval/scholastic philosophy, and his research draws on this in comparing the late-mediaeval and contemporary views of our 'place' in the universe. In 2017-18 he is on research leave.

Roberta Gilchrist - BA, DPhil (York), FBA, FSA. Professor of Archaeology and Research Dean. Research interests in medieval and social archaeology, with particular focus on gender and belief. Has published widely on the archaeology of religious communities (nunneries, monasteries, hospitals), on medieval and early modern burial, and on the archaeology of medieval material culture and standing buildings. Author of Glastonbury Abbey: Archaeological Investigations 1904-79 (2015), Medieval Life: Archaeology and the Life Course (2012); Requiem: the Medieval Monastic Cemetery in Britain (2005); Norwich Cathedral: the Evolution of the English Cathedral Landscape (2005) and Gender and Material Culture: The Archaeology of Religious Women (1994). Currently completing a monograph on Sacred Heritage: Archaeology, Identity and Medieval Beliefs.

Lindy Grant - MA (St Andrews), MA, PhD (Lond.). Lindy Grant has been Professor of Medieval History at the University of Reading since 2006 and is a former Director of the Centre. Before that, she was a medieval curator in the Conway Library at the Courtauld Institute. She is the author of Abbot Suger of Saint-Denis. Church and State in Early Twelfth-Century France, (Longman's Medieval World Series), London, 1998; Architecture and Society in Normandy, c. 1120-c.1270, Yale University Press, London/New Haven, 2005; and Blanche of Castile, Queen of France, Yale University Press, London/New Haven, 2016, and of numerous articles on the political, ecclesiastical and cultural history of France in the High Middle Ages. Between 2010 and 2013, she was President of the British Archaeological Association, and is now a Lifetime Vice-President. She is a Trustee of the British Academy Angevin Acta project, and is currently Chair of the R.Allen Brown Trust for Anglo-Norman Studies (Battle Conference). Her research focuses on the intersection of politics, religion and culture, especially material culture, in Capetian France and the Anglo-Norman/Angevin sphere.

Anne Lawrence - MA (Cantab), MA, PhD (London). Senior Lecturer in History. Centre Director 2005-07 and 2013-17. MA director and Centre Director for Teaching and Learning. Member of the Organising Committee of the Research Group for Health Humanities. Interested in medieval cultural and intellectual history. Particular expertise and articles focus on aspects of English Romanesque manuscript illumination, book collection and monastic scholarship. Author of articles on the Alfredian manuscript tradition, and the Durham scriptorium, as well as a monograph on Manuscripts in Northumbria in the 11th and 12th centuries. Her research interests centre on medieval magic and science, and on the interfaces and interactions between the two. This is exemplified by her monograph on The True History of Merlin the Magician and by articles on the roles of astronomy, astrology and computus in monastic chronology. Following research undertaken whilst she held an AHRC Research Leaders Fellowship she is currently completing a monograph on Medieval Meteorology

Catherine Léglu - MA (Cantab), PhD (Cantab). Professor of Medieval Occitan and French Literature. Director of the Centre. Editor of Reading Medieval Studies 2008-10. Leverhulme Trust Research Fellowship 2006-07. Author of Multilingualism and Mother Tongue in French, Occitan and Catalan Narratives of the later Middle Ages (Penn State UP, 2010), and of Between Sequence and Sirventes: Aspects of Parody in Troubadour Lyric, (Oxford, 2000). Co-editor with Marcus Bull of The World of Eleanor of Aquitaine: Literature and Society in Southern France between the eleventh to thirteenth centuries (Boydell, 2005), and with Stephen J. Milner The Erotics of Consolation: Desire and Distance in the Middle Ages (Palgrave, 2008). Also the editor of a little-known wartime play by Simone de Beauvoir set in the medieval period, Les Bouches Inutiles (Duckworth, 2001). Has published widely on troubadour poetry, especially on satire and invective, and on various aspects of didactic and narrative literature in French, Occitan, Catalan and hybrid vernaculars that were developed purely for literary texts, such as Franco-Italian and Catalan-Occitan. Currently completing a sourcebook (with Rebecca Rist, and Claire Taylor, University of Nottingham) on heresy, inquisition and the Albigensian Crusade (Pearson group). Also working on a Leverhulme Trust-funded project, 'Histories and Genealogies: British Library ms. Egerton 1500' (2010-13), the edition of an Occitan translation of An illustrated universal history by the Franciscan friar, diplomat and bishop of Pozzuoli, Paolino da Venezia (d.1344).

Françoise Le Saux - Licence ès Lettres (Lausanne), MA (Wales), Dr ès Lettres (Lausanne). Formerly of Lausanne (CH), Geneva (CH) and Freiburg-im-Breisgau (D). Professor of Medieval French. Director of the Centre, 2001-4. Editor of Reading Medieval Studies 1997-2008. President of the British Branch of the International Arthurian Society. Research interests focus on translation and cultural adaptation in the Middle Ages, with special emphasis on French, English and Celtic literatures. Publications include The Companion to Wace (Boydell, 2005), Layamon's Brut: The Poem and its Sources (1989), Amys and Amylion (1993) and a number of articles on a wide range of subjects. Editor of Myth and its Legacy in European Literature (1996), and with Peter Noble, Phillipa Hardman and Neil Thomas, The Growth of the Tristan and Iseut Legend in Wales, England, France and Germany (2003). Françoise has now retired from the Department of Modern Languages, but teaches Latin and Palaeography for the GCMS.

Elizabeth Matthew - BA, PhD (Durham). Honorary Research Fellow and Sessional Lecturer in History. President of the Reading branch of the Historical Association 2000-05.Research interests centre on government, politics, magnates, gentry and prelates in late-medieval England and Ireland.Co-editor (with Anne Curry) of Concepts and Patterns of Service in the Later Middle Ages (2000) and contributor to The Oxford Companion to Irish History (1998; 2002) and The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (2004).She is currently working on a book for Cambridge University Press on The Lancastrian Lordship of Ireland.

Tony Moore - MA, MPhil, PhD (Cantab), Lecturer in Finance at the ICMA Centre. Programme Director of the MSc in Financial Regulation and of the MA by Research in Economic History, series editor of Palgrave Studies in the History of Finance. Previously Research Associate on two historical finance projects, the first on the relationship between the 'Three Edwards' and their Italian bankers and the second on the medieval Foreign Exchange market. His chief research interest is the history of finance with particular focus on the use of credit in the Middle Ages. His PhD was on 'Government and Locality in Essex in the reign of Henry III' and he has continued to publish on thirteenth century administration, law and politics.

Paola Nasti - Senior Lecturer in Italian. Her interests comprise Dante, Biblical exegesis, mysticism, medieval critical writing and theory, and Italian Cinema. She has published on Dante and the medieval biblical traditions. At present, she is working on a monograph on the presence of Solomonic poetry and traditions in Dante's oeuvre.

David Oderberg - BA, LLB (Melbourne), DPhil (Oxford), Professor of Philosophy. Author of The Metaphysics of Identity over Time; Moral Theory; Applied Ethics; editor of Form and Matter: Themes in Contemporary Metaphysics; and co-editor of Human Lives: Critical Essays on Consequentialist Bioethics. He has published many articles in various philosophical journals. His chief interests are contemporary metaphysics, philosophical logic and moral philosophy, with special interests in Aristotle, Aquinas and all aspects of medieval philosophy.

Aleks Pluskowski - BA, PhD (Cantab), lecturer in archaeology. Author of Wolves and the Wilderness in the Middle Ages (Boydell, 2006). His interests include exploring ecological diversity across medieval Europe, focussed on zooarchaeology and the inter-disciplinary perspectives of human-animal relations. He is also currently involved in the international research project 'The Ecology of Crusading: the environmental impact of conquest and colonisation in the medieval Baltic, and the environmental impact of Venetian colonisation in the medieval Mediterranean.

Rebecca Rist - BA (Oxon), MPhil, PhD (Cantab). Associate Professor in Medieval History. Her research interests include the history of crusading, Jewish-Christian relations, the medieval Church, the papacy, religious belief and political ideas in the Central Middle Ages. Her book The Papacy and Crusading in Europe, 1198-1245 (Continuum, 2009) examines the papacy's authorisation of crusades against heretics and political enemies in Europe during the first half of the thirteenth century. Her book The Cathars and the Albigensian Crusade: A Sourcebook, ed. C. Leglu, R. Rist and C. Taylor (Routledge, 2014) brings together a rich and diverse range of medieval sources to examine key aspects of the growth of heresy and dissent in southern France in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries.  Her book Popes and Jews, 1095-1291 (Oxford University Press, 2016) examines the papacy's relationship to Jewish communities in western Europe in the High Middle Ages. Recent articles have explored aspects of papal policy with regard to crusading and the papacy's treatment of heretics and Jews in the High Middle Ages. She is currently working with two other scholars on two books for Routledge on the theme of Catholic piety and devotional lay sensibilities and also on a sole-authored monograph on the papacy and medieval heresy.

Ruth Salter– BA, MA(Res), PhD (Reading). Associate/Early Career Research Fellow at the GCMS. Researches twelfth-century posthumous miracles from a socio-medical perspective in order to reveal the experiences of cure-seekers who sought miraculous healing. Currently senior administrator of the GCMS’s social media outlets.

Gabor Thomas - PhD (London). Associate Professor in Archaeology. Dr Gabor Thomas has research interests in the archaeology of rural settlements and monasteries in Anglo-Saxon England and objects and identities in early medieval north-west Europe. He has directed major excavations examining the royal and elite contexts of monastic foundation in Anglo-Saxon England, most recently at Lyminge, Kent (www.lymingearchaeology.com), and is currently leading an AHRC-funded academic network examining sites of royal residence in early medieval northern Europe: www.royalresidencenetwork.org. He also has a long-standing interest in the role played by personal adornment in the construction of early medieval social and cultural identity with particular reference to Anglo-Saxon/Viking-age metalwork and jewellery.

Research Interests of Fellows and Associate Members of the GCMS.

Jeremy Ashbee - English Heritage. Expert on medieval castles, especially those of Wales.

Malcolm Barber - BA, PhD (Nottingham), FRHistS. Professor Emeritus of History. Director of the Centre, 1986-89. Author of The Trial of the Templars (1978), The Two Cities: Medieval Europe 1050-1320 (1992), The New Knighthood: A History of the Order of the Temple (1994), Crusaders and Heretics, 12th to 14th Centuries (1995), The Cathars (1st edn 2000), and, with Keith Bate, The Templars (2002), and many articles on the Templars, the Cathars, popular crusading movements, the lepers in medieval society, western attitudes to Latin Greece, and the reign of Philip the Fair.Edited an annotated translation of Ambroise's History of the Holy War, with Marianne Ailes. Leverhulme Research Fellowship, 1997-98; Senior Fellow of the National Humanities Center in North Carolina, 1998-99; Visiting Professor at the University of East Carolina, 1999-2000.

Keith Bate - BA, MA (Exeter). Until retirement Senior Lecturer in Classics. Director of the Centre 1989-92. Maitre de Conférences Associé, University of Poitiers 1988-89, Visiting Professor of Latin, University of Poitiers 1993. Author of Gautier Map: Contes pour les gens de cour, (1993). Editor of Three Latin Comedies (1976), Waltharius (1978), Joseph of Exeter, Trojan War (1986), Excidium Troie (1986). Author of articles on medieval lyric and epic poetry, theatre and narrative techniques, as well as the annual Medieval Latin bibliography in The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies from 1968-88. Contributor to Medieval France: an Encyclopaedia (Garland, New York) and The Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Medieval Renaissance and Reformation Christian Thought (Oxford).

Nicola Coldstream - BA, PhD (Courtauld). Centre lecturer in architectural history since 1975. Lecturer, University of Sussex 1969-71, freelance teaching since 1971, President of the British Archaeological Association . Deputy editor Macmillan Dictionary of Art 1985-93. Editor, National Gallery Sound Guide, 1993-. Publications on English fourteenth-century architecture, and on medieval European architecture.

Christopher Hardman - MA, BLitt (Oxon). Senior Lecturer in English. Research interests and publications in late medieval and renaissance literature. Teaching interests in Old and Middle English.

Phillipa Hardman - BA (East Anglia), BLitt (Oxon). Director of the Centre 1995-98. Senior Lecturer in English and Centre lecturer in Palaeography. Author of articles on Middle English literature (particularly Chaucer and romances) and manuscript studies. Editor of The Heege MS (2000). Current research interests include late-medieval literary miscellanies. Currently working on an AHRC-funded grant (with Dr Marianne Ailes at the University of Bristol) on 'Charlemagne in England'.

Michael Holford - Expert in medieval economic history.

Amanda Holton - MA, DPhil (Oxon). Visiting Research Fellow and Sessional Lecturer. Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship 2005-7. Research interests focus on Chaucer, the medieval and early Renaissance love lyric in English, and poetics, with an emphasis on the way form generates meaning. Publications include The Sources of Chaucer's Poetics (Ashgate, 2008), an edition of Tottel's Miscellany (Penguin, 2011) with Tom MacFaul, and articles on a range of medieval and early modern topics. Currently working on a monograph on the role of rhyme in love lyric 1300-1579.

Edward Impey - English Heritage. Expert on the Tower of London and many other aspects of medieval British architecture.

Brian Kemp -BA, PhD (Reading), FSA, FRHistS. Professor Emeritus of Medieval History. Author of English Church Monuments (1980), editor of Reading Abbey Cartularies, 2 vols (1986-7), editor of English Episcopal Acta, Salisbury, 1078-1228, 2 vols (1999-2000), editor of Twelfth-Century English Archidiaconal Acta (2001), and author of articles on the church in medieval England, monasteries, miracles and the royal exchequer. He is currently working on a third volume of Salisbury Episcopal acta, 1228-1297. Vice-President of the Church Monuments Society; Council member of both the Canterbury and York Society and the Pipe Roll Society.

Gill Knight - BA (Oxon), MA, PhD (Reading). Lecturer in Department of Classics until her retirement in 2010, now Research Fellow in Classics. Has published on the letters of Peter the Venerable, including The Correspondence between Peter the Venerable and Bernard of Clairvaux (2002).

Joanna Laynesmith - BA, MA, DPhil (York). Visiting Research Fellow at the GCMS. Has published various articles on the piety, politics and ideology of queens and noblewomen 10th-15th centuries. Author of The Last Medieval Queens: English Queenship 1445-1503 (2004) and Cecily Duchess of York (2017). Currently researching the politics of royal adultery in Britain 500-1135.

Rosa María Medina Granda - University of Oviedo, Asturias, Spain. Visiting research fellow 2011-12. Expert in medieval and modern Romance linguistics, especially Occitan and minority languages of Spain.

Warwick Rodwell - MA, DPhil, D.Lit (Oxon), D.Lit (Lond), DLC, FSA, FRHistS, FSAScot. Visiting Professor in Archaeology. Distinguished ecclesiastical archaeologist, awarded the Frend Medal by the Society of Antiquaries in 1988. Consultant Archaeologist to Westminster Abbey and the Cathedrals of Bristol and Wells. Author of the The Archaeology of the English Church (1st edn 1981), and still the standard work on the subject, together with major studies of Wells Cathedral, Dorchester Abbey and St Peter's, Barton-upon-Humber.

Neil Thomas - formerly Reader in medieval German literature at the University of Durham. 

G. Hugo Tucker - MA, PhD (Cambridge). Professor of French. Author of The Poet's Odyssey: Joachim Du Bellay and the 'Antiquitez de Rome' (1990), Les Regrets de Joachim du Bellay (2000), Homo Viator: Itineraries of Exile, Displacement and Writing in Renaissance Europe (2003), and many articles on Renaissance poetry, intertextuality and exile writing. Has written on the French and Latin works of Arthur Rimbaud and other topics of French and neo-Latin literature. Editor of States of Exile and Displacement in Neo-Latin Writings of the Renaissance (1993), and of Forms of the 'Medieval' in the 'Renaissance' (2001). Visiting Fellow at the University of Virginia (1992), Guest Lecturer to the Belgian inter-university group on the study of humanism (1994), Visiting Professor at the University of Leuven (1996 -), Fellow of the European Humanities Research Centre, University of Oxford (1996 -). Associate Editor of Humanistica Lovaniensa: Journal of Neo-Latin Studies.

Margaret Yates - BA (Reading), DPhil (Oxon). Former Senior Lecturer in Medieval History. Research, teaching and publications consciously cross the historical divide between the medieval and early modern periods and focus on changes in society and the economy. Publications include Town and countryside in western Berkshire, c.1327-c.1600. Social and economic change (2007). The interdisciplinary nature of her research is illustrated in the recently completed KTP with the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, Chicester.

Former members of the GCMS

Peter Noble -MA (Cantab), PhD (London). Emeritus Professor of French Studies. Director of the Centre 1983-86 and 2004-5. Author of Love and Marriage in Chrétien de Troyes (1982), Béroul and the Folie Tristan de Berne (1982), Le Voyage d'Oultremer de Nompar, Seigneur de Caumont(1975) and numerous articles on the French romances, chansons de geste, and medieval chronicles. Also, with Françoise Le Saux, Phillipa Hardman and Neil Thomas, The Growth of the Tristan and Iseut Legend in Wales, England, France and Germany (2003).

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Number of items at this level: 128.

2018

Nasti, P. (2018) Dante as Reader: the materiality of the Boethian transmission. In: Honess, C. (ed.) Dante and Theology in Medieval Florence. Peter Lang. (In Press)

2017

Byrne, A. (2017) The evolution of the critical canon. In: Tether, L. and McFadyen, J. (eds.) Handbook of Arthurian Romance: King Arthur’s Court in Medieval European Literature. De Gruyter Reference. De Gruyter, Berlin, pp. 43-58. ISBN 9783110440614

Gray, C. (2017) 'Holy and pleasing to God': a narratological approach to hagiography in Jerome's Lives of Paul and Malchus. Ancient Narrative. ISSN 1568-3540 (In Press)

Lawrence-Mathers, A. (2017) Computus and chronology in Anglo-Norman England. In: Cleaver, L. (ed.) Historiography in the Anglo-Norman World, c1066-c1250: Manuscripts, Makers and Readers. Boydell, Woodbridge. (In Press)

Lawrence-Mathers, A. (2017) William of Malmesbury and the chronological controversy. In: Thomson, R. M., Dolmans, E. and Winkler, E. A. (eds.) Discovering William of Malmesbury. Boydell Press, Woodbridge. ISBN 9781783271368

Le Saux, F. (2017) La femme, le chien et le clerc. Reinardus, 28 (1). pp. 130-141. ISSN 1569-9951 doi: 10.1075/rein.28.09les

Leglu, C. (2017) Ambivalent visual representations of Robert the Wise in Occitan illustrated texts. Italian Studies, 72 (2). pp. 192-204. ISSN 0075-1634 doi: 10.1080/00751634.2017.1307556

Leglu, C. (2017) The 'Vida' of Queen Fredegund in 'Tote Listoire de France': vernacular translation and genre in thirteenth-century French and Occitan literature. Nottingham French Studies, 56 (1). pp. 98-112. ISSN 0029-4586 doi: 10.3366/nfs.2017.0170

Léglu, C. (2017) Giving voice to Samson and Delilah: troubadour and monastic songs of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. In: Butterfield, A., Hope , H. and Souleau, P. (eds.) Performing Medieval Text. Legenda. Modern Humanities Research Association, Oxford, pp. 39-52. ISBN 9781910887134 (In Press)

Moore, T. (2017) Local administration during the period of reform and rebellion. In: Jobson, A. (ed.) Baronial Reform and Rebellion in England, 1258-1267. Boydell Press, Woodbridge. ISBN 9781843834670 (In Press)

Nasti, P. (2017) Dante's Monarchia: hybridity and innovation. In: Baranski, Z. and Chachey, T. (eds.) Dante's Other Books. University of Notre Dame Press. (In Press)

Nasti, P. (2017) Un santo per tutti: la rappresentazione delle stimate e modelli agiografici nella Commedia di Dante. In: Ledda, G. (ed.) Dante poeta religioso e la cultura religiosa medievale. Longo Editore, Ravenna. (In Press)

2016

Byrne, A. (2016) Cultural intersections in Trinity College Dublin MS 1298. In: Harlos, A. and Harlos, N. (eds.) Adapting texts and styles in a Celtic context: interdisciplinary perspectives on processes of literary transfer in the Middle Ages. Studien und Texte zur Keltologie (13). Nodus Publikationen, Münster, pp. 289-304. ISBN 9783893236237

Byrne, A. (2016) The Geraldines and the culture of the wider world. In: Crooks, P. and Duffy, S. (eds.) The Geraldines and medieval Ireland: the making of a myth. Trinity Medieval Ireland Series (1). Four Courts Press, Dublin, pp. 278-292. ISBN 9781846825712

Byrne, A. (2016) Otherworlds: fantasy and history in medieval literature. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp224. ISBN 9780198746003

Byrne, A. (2016) Writing westwards: medieval English literature and its early modern Irish audiences. In: King, A. and Woodcock, M. (eds.) Medieval Into Renaissance: A Festschrift for Helen Cooper. D. S. Brewer, Cambridge, pp. 73-89. ISBN 9781843844327

Fournet , J.-L. and Papaconstantinou, A., eds. (2016) Mélanges Jean Gascou: textes et études papyrologiques (P.Gascou). Travaux et Mémoires, 20 (1). Centre d'histoire et civilisation de Byzance, Collège de France - CNRS, Paris, pp686. ISBN 9782916716596

Grant, L. (2016) Blanche of Castile, Queen of France. Yale University Press, London, pp456. ISBN 9780300219265

Lawrence-Mathers, A. (2016) The Reading Computus Manuscript; St John's College Cambridge MS A 22. Reading Medieval Studies, 2016 (42). pp. 45-62. ISSN 0950-3129

Le Saux, F. (2016) Les dangers de la guerre. L'image du guerrier dans le Brut de La3amon. In: Girbea, C. (ed.) Armes et jeux militaires dans l'imaginaire, xiie - xve siecles. Classiques Garnier, Paris, pp. 315-337. ISBN 9782812460838 (In Press)

Leglu, C. (2016) Reading Abbey’s Anglo-Norman French translation of the Bible (London, British Library Royal MS 1 C III). Reading Medieval Studies, 42. pp. 139-156. ISSN 0950-3129

Moore, T. (2016) 'According to the law of merchants and the custom of the city of London': Burton v. Davy (1436) and the negotiability of credit instruments in medieval England. In: Allen, M. and Davies, M. (eds.) Medieval Merchants and Money: Essays in Honour of James L. Bolton. Institute of Historical Research, London. ISBN 9781909646162 (In Press)

Nasti, P. (2016) Dante's religious culture. In: Baranski, Z. and Gilson , S. (eds.) Cambridge Companion to Dante. Cambridge University Press. (In Press)

Nasti, P. (2016) Storia materiale di un classico dantesco: la Consolatio Philosophiae fra XII e XIV secolo tradizione manoscritta e rielaborazioni esegetiche. Dante Studies, 134. pp. 142-168. ISSN 0070-2862 doi: 10.1353/das.2016.0004

Papaconstantinou, A. (2016) Byzantine childhoods. Oxford Bibliographies Online. doi: 10.1093/OBO/9780199791231-0170

Papaconstantinou, A. (2016) 'Choses de femme' et accès au crédit dans l’Égypte rurale sous les Omeyyades. In: Delouis, O., Métivier, S. and Pagès , P. (eds.) Le saint, le moine et le paysan: mélanges d'histoire byzantine offerts à Michel Kaplan. Byzantina Sorbonensia (29). Publications de la Sorbonne, Paris, pp. 551-561. ISBN 9782859449728

Papaconstantinou, A. (2016) Laonikos Chalkokondylis, Démonstrations historiques, Livre VIII. In: Déroche, V. and Vatin, N. (eds.) Constantinople 1453: des Byzantins aux Ottomans. Anacharsis, Toulouse, pp. 323-341. ISBN 9791092011296

Rist, R. (2016) Jewish memory and the Crusades: the Hebrew Crusade chronicles and protection from Christian violence. In: Cassidy-Welch , M. (ed.) Remembering the Crusades and Crusading. Remembering the Medieval and Early Modern Worlds. Routledge , London, UK, pp. 159-172. ISBN 9781138811140 (In Press)

Rist, R. (2016) 'Lupi rapaces in ovium vestimentis': heretics and heresy in Papal correspondence. In: Sennis, A. (ed.) Cathars in Question. York Medieval Press , pp. 229-241. ISBN 9781903153680

Rist, R. (2016) The Medieval papacy, crusading, and heresy, 1095-1291. In: Sisson , K. and Larson, A. A. (eds.) A Companion to the Medieval Papacy. Brill's Companions to the Christian Tradition . Brill , pp. 309-332. ISBN 9789004299856 doi: 10.1163/9789004315280

Rist, R. (2016) Popes and Jews, 1095-1291. Oxford University Press , Oxford , pp352. ISBN 9780198717980

2015

Byrne, A. (2015) Language networks, literary translation and the friars in late medieval ireland. In: Carruthers, M. (ed.) Language in Medieval Britain: Networks and Exchanges. Harlaxton Medieval Studies (25). Paul Watkins Publishing, Donington, UK, pp. 166-178. ISBN 9781907730429

Byrne, A. (2015) The circulation of romances from England in late-medieval Ireland. In: Perkins, N. (ed.) Medieval Romance and Material Culture. D. S. Brewer, Cambridge, pp. 183-198. ISBN 9781843843900

Byrne, A. and Flood, V. (2015) The romance of the Stanleys: regional and national imaginings in the Percy Folio. Viator, 46 (1). pp. 327-351. ISSN 0083-5897 doi: 10.1484/J.VIATOR.5.103512

Fabry-Tehranchi, I. (2015) L’illustration marginale d’un ouvrage profane : étude du manuscrit Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, français 95, xiiie siècle (1290). Bulletin du centre d’études médiévales d’Auxerre, 19 (1). ISSN 1954-3093

Gray, C. (2015) Jerome, Vita Malchi: introduction, text, translation, and commentary. Oxford Classical Monographs. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp384. ISBN 9780198723721

Le Saux, F. (2015) La Grande Bretagne, patrie des sciences? La representation des technologies scientifiques dans Geoffroy de Monmouth et Layamon. In: Tetrel, H. and Veysseyre, G. (eds.) L'Historia regum Britannie et les «Bruts» en Europe. Rencontres 106, Serie Civilisation medievale, 12. Classiques Garnier, Paris, pp. 157-178. ISBN 9782812433184

Le Saux, F. (2015) Les tombeaux royaux de l'historia Regum Britanniae. In: Girbea, C. (ed.) Acts of the SIA conference, Bucharest 2014. Brepols. (In Press)

Leglu, C. (2015) The Devil’s Daughters and a question of translation between Occitan and Anglo-Norman French: ‘De las .vii. filhas del diable’ (British Library Add. MS 17920). Revue d'Etudes d'Oc: La France Latine, 160. pp. 93-123. ISSN 0222-0326

Leglu, C. (2015) Toulouse. In: Wallace, D. (ed.) Europe: A Literary History, 1348-1415. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. ISBN 9780198735359 (In Press)

Moore, T. (2015) 'If I do you wrong, who will do you right?' Justice and politics during the personal rule of Henry III. In: Thompson, B. and Watts, J. (eds.) Political Society in Later Medieval England: A Festschrift for Christine Carpenter. Boydell and Brewer, Woodbridge, pp. 15-37. ISBN 9781783270309

Moore, T. (2015) The fine rolls as evidence for the expansion of royal justice during the reign of Henry III. In: Crook, D. and Wilkinson, L. J. (eds.) The Growth of Royal Government Under Henry III. Boydell and Brewer, Woodbridge, pp. 55-71. ISBN 9781783270675

Nasti, P. (2015) The art of teaching and the nature of love. In: Vertical Reading in Dante's Commedia. Cambridge Open Book Publishers, pp. 223-248. ISBN 97817883741724

Nasti, P. (2015) Quodlibeta in Dante's 'Florence': the case of Remigio de Girolami. Le Tre Corone . ISSN 2421-0277 (In Press)

Papaconstantinou, A. (2015) Fusṭāṭ and its governor: administering the province. In: Treptov, T. and Vorderstrasse, T. (eds.) A cosmopolitan community: Muslims, Christians and Jews in Old Cairo. Oriental Institute Museum Publications (38). Oriental Institute, Chicago, pp. 43-47. ISBN 9781614910268

Papaconstantinou, A. (2015) Introduction. In: Papaconstantinou, A., McLynn, N. and Schwartz, D. (eds.) Conversion in late antiquity: Christianity, Islam, and beyond. Ashgate, Farnham, xv-xxxvii. ISBN 9781409457381

Papaconstantinou, A. (2015) Language and writing. In: Fluck, C. , Helmecke, G. and O'Connell, E. (eds.) Egypt: faith after the Pharaohs. British Museum, London, pp. 198-205. ISBN 9780714151144

Papaconstantinou, A. (2015) Sprache und Schrift. In: Fluck, C. , Helmecke, G. and O'Connell, E. R. (eds.) Ein Gott: Abrahams Erben am Nil : Juden, Christen und Muslime in Ägypten von der Antike bis zum Mittelalter. Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Berlin, pp. 198-205. ISBN 9783731901495

Papaconstantinou, A., McLynn, N. and Schwartz, D., eds. (2015) Conversion in late antiquity: Christianity, Islam, and beyond. Ashgate, Farnham, pp436. ISBN 9781409457381

Rist, R. A.C. (2015) “Les petits renards qui détruisent la Vigne du Seigneur Sabaoth”. Innocent III et le Cantique des cantiques. In: Cahier 50. Innocent III et le Midi. Cahiers de Fanjeaux. Publication annuelle d'histoire religieuse du Midi de la France au Moyen Age , Mairie - Place des Halles, F-11270 FANJEAUX, France, pp. 255-277. ISBN 9782708934542

2014

Byrne, A. (2014) Fairy lovers: sexuality, order and narrative in Medieval romance. In: Hopkins, A., Rouse, R. A. and Rushton, C. J. (eds.) Sexual Culture in the Literature of Medieval Britain. D. S. Brewer, Cambridge, pp. 99-110. ISBN 9781843843795

Byrne, A. (2014) Medieval romance, English. Oxford Bibliographies Online. doi: 10.1093/OBO/9780199846719-0115

Byrne, A. (2014) A lost insular version of the romance of Octavian. Medium Aevum, 83 (2). pp. 288-302. ISSN 0025-8385‎

Davies, P. and Hemsoll, D. (2014) Quattro progetti architettonici legati a Giulio Romano. In: Bazzotti, U. (ed.) Giulio Romano e l'arte del Cinquecento. Franco Cosimo Panini, Modena, pp. 185-208. ISBN 9788857007878

Dodd, G., Phillips, M. and Killick, H. (2014) Multiple-clause petitions to the English parliament in the later Middle Ages: instruments of pragmatism or persuasion? Journal of Medieval History, 40 (2). pp. 176-194. ISSN 0304-4181 doi: 10.1080/03044181.2014.883574

Fabry-Tehranchi, I. (2014) Arthur et ses barons rebelles: la fin remaniée et abrégée de la Suite Vulgate dans le manuscrit du cycle du Graal, Paris, BNF fr. 344. Médiévales, 67. pp. 121-142. ISSN 1777-5892

Fabry-Tehranchi, I. (2014) Entre histoire et fiction: la représentation du règne d'Arthur dans le manuscrit enluminé du Brut en prose, Londres, Lambeth Palace 6 (c. 1480). The Medieval Chronicle, 9. pp. 117-60. ISSN 1567-2336

Fabry-Tehranchi, I. (2014) Introduction : La relation entre l’Humain et l’Animal dans la France médiévale. In: Fabry-Tehranchi, I. and Russakoff, A. (eds.) L’Humain et l’Animal dans la France médiévale (XIIe-XVe s.)= Human and animal in medieval France (12th-15th c.). Brill, Amsterdam, pp. 9-19. ISBN 9789042038653

Fabry-Tehranchi, I. (2014) La fontaine bouillonnante et la tombe de Lancelot l'Ancien: modalités textuelles et iconographiques de la construction cyclique dans le Lancelot-Graal. Le Moyen Age, 120 (2). pp. 331-375. ISSN 0027-2841 doi: 10.3917/rma.202.0331

Fabry-Tehranchi, I. (2014) Texte et images des manuscrits du Merlin et de la Suite Vulgate (XIIIe-XVe siècle). Brepols, Turnhout, pp582. ISBN 9782503549187

Fabry-Tehranchi, I. and Russakoff, A., eds. (2014) L’Humain et l’Animal dans la France médiévale (XIIe-XVe s.). Human and animal in medieval France (12th-15th c.). Brill, Amsterdam, pp231. ISBN 9789042038653

Lawrence-Mathers, A. and Escobar-Vargas, C. (2014) Magic and medieval society. Seminar studies. Routledge, London. ISBN 9780415739283

Le Saux, F. (2014) Richard le Scandinave? Héroïsme et métissage culturel dans le Roman de Rou de Wace. Annales de Normandie, 64.1. pp. 146-160. ISSN 0003-4134

Leglu, C. (2014) Façonner sa dame: amour et idolâtrie. Revue des langues romanes, 118 (2). pp. 405-428. ISSN 0223-3711

Leglu, C. (2014) "Just as fragments are part of a vessel": a translation into medieval Occitan of the life of Alexander the Great. Florilegium: Journal of the Canadian Society of Medievalists/Société canadienne des médiévistes, 31. pp. 55-76. ISSN 2369-7180 doi: 10.3138/flor.31.03

Medioli, F. (2014) Di madre in figlia: la trasmissione della cultura scrittoria in casa Tarabotti: Maria e le figlie. In: Schiavon, A. (ed.) I meriti delle donne. Profili di storia ed arte al femminile dai documenti dell'Archivio di Stato di Venezia (secoli XV-XVIII). Mostra documentaria. Casa Editrice Universitaria, Trieste, pp. 77-88. ISBN 9788883035548

Nasti, P. (2014) Figuralità e storia. L’apostolo e gli pseudo-pontefici (Inferno XIX). In: Cento canti per cento anni. Salerno . ISBN 10-8884029023

Rist, R. A. C. (2014) The medieval papacy and holy war: General crusading letters and papal authority, 1145-1213. In: Ricci, G.R. (ed.) Faith, War and Violence. Religion and Public Life , 39 (1083-2270). Transaction Publishers , New Brunswick (U.S.A.) and London (U.K.) , pp. 105-121. ISBN 9781412854993

2013

Byrne, A. (2013) The Earls of Kildare and their books at the end of the Middle Ages. The Library, 14 (2). pp. 129-153. ISSN 0024-2160 doi: 10.1093/library/14.2.129

Byrne, A. (2013) Family, locality and nationality: vernacular adaptations of the Expugnatio Hibernica from late medieval Ireland. Medium Aevum, 82 (1). pp. 101-118. ISSN 0025-8385‎

Byrne, A. (2013) Malory’s sources for the 'Tale of the Sankgreal': some overlooked evidence from the Irish 'Lorgaireacht an tSoidhigh Naomhtha'. Arthurian Literature, 30. pp. 87-100. ISSN 0261-9946

Byrne, A. (2013) The king's champion: re-enacting Arthurian romance at the English coronation banquet. English Studies, 94 (5). pp. 505-518. ISSN 1744-4217 doi: 10.1080/0013838X.2013.795720

Fabry-Tehranchi, I. (2013) Le rêve du roi Flualis : mise en texte et mise en image d'enjeux épiques et hagiographiques dans le Roman de Merlin. In: Hériché-Pradeau, S. and Perez-Simon, M. (eds.) Quand l’image relit le texte. Regards croisés sur les manuscrits médiévaux. Presses de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris, pp. 85-100.

Holton, A. (2013) Chaucer's presence in songes and sonettes. In: Hamrick, S. (ed.) Tottel's Songes and Sonettes in Context. Material Readings in Early Modern Literature. Ashgate, Aldershot, pp. 87-110. ISBN 9781409464655

Lawrence-Mathers, A. (2013) John of Worcester and the science of history. Journal of Medieval History, 39 (3). pp. 255-274. ISSN 0304-4181 doi: 10.1080/03044181.2013.798742

Leglu, C. (2013) Vernacular poetry and the spiritual Franciscans of the Languedoc: the poems of Raimon de Cornet. In: Roach , A. P. and Simpson, J. R. (eds.) Heresy and the Making of European Culture: Medieval and Modern Perspectives, edited by Andrew P. Roach andJ ames R. Simpson. Ashgate, Farnham, pp. 165-184. ISBN 9781472411815

Leglu, C. (2013) The 'child of Babylon' and the problem of paternity in Medieval French Alexander romances. Reading Medieval Studies, 39. pp. 63-74. ISSN 0950-3129

Leglu, C. (2013) A genealogy of the kings of England in papal Avignon: British Library, Egerton MS. 1500. Electronic British Library Journal, 2013. Article 18. ISSN 1478-0259

Mahood, H. P. (2013) Cluniac Reading and Paisley. Berkshire Old and New (30). pp. 3-13. ISSN 0264-9950

Nasti, P. (2013) Dante and ecclesiology. In: Honess, C. E. and Treherne, M. (eds.) Reviewing Dante's Theology. Peter Lang.

Nasti, P. (2013) A friar critic: Guido da Pisa and the Carmelite heritage. In: Nasti, P. and Rossignoli, C. (eds.) Interpreting Dante: Essays on the Traditions of Dante Commentary. Notre Dame University Press, Chicago, pp. 110-179. ISBN 9780268036096

2012

Byrne, A. (2012) Faithful Teate’s 'Ter Tria' as an influence on Edward Taylor. Notes and Queries, 59 (2). pp. 206-209. ISSN 1471-6941 doi: 10.1093/notesj/gjs015

Lawrence, A. (2012) English Cistercian manuscripts of the twelfth century. In: Norton, C. and Park, D. (eds.) Cistercian art and architecture in the British Isles. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 284-299. ISBN 9780521181358

Lawrence-Mathers, A. (2012) The true history of Merlin the Magician. Yale University Press, London, pp336. ISBN 9780300144895

Le Saux, F. (2012) Prowess, the Nine Worthies and the Hundred Years War: the Prologues to the Chroniques of Jean Froissart and Enguerrand de Monstrelet. In: Ailes, M.J., Cobby, A.E. and Noble, P. (eds.) The Chanson de geste and its reception. Essays presented to Philip E. Bennett by members of the Societe Rencesvals. British Rencesvals Publications, Edinburgh, pp. 75-94. ISBN 9780951979174

Leglu, C. (2012) Translating Lucretia: word, image and 'ethical non-indifference' in Simon de Hesdin's translation of Valerius Maximus's 'Facta et dicta memorabilia'. In: Campbell, E. and Mills, R. (eds.) Rethinking Medieval Translation. Ethics, Politics, Theory. Boydell and Brewer, Woodbridge, Suffolk, pp. 61-83. ISBN 9781843843290

2011

Byrne, A. (2011) Arthur’s refusal to eat: ritual and control in the romance feast. Journal of Medieval History, 37. pp. 62-74. ISSN 0304-4181 doi: 10.1016/j.jmedhist.2010.12.009

Byrne, A. (2011) West is east: the Irish Saracens in 'Of Arthour and of Merlin'. Nottingham Medieval Studies, 55. pp. 217-230. ISSN 0078-2122 doi: 10.1484/J.NMS.1.102424

Hardman, P. (2011) Learning lessons in Middle English romance. Reading Medieval Studies, 37. pp. 1-13. ISSN 0950-3129

Hardman, P. (2011) Roland in England: contextualising the Middle English Song of Roland. In: Purdie , R. and Cichon, M. (eds.) Medieval Romance, Medieval Contexts. Studies in Medieval Romance. D S Brewer, Cambridge, pp. 91-104. ISBN 9781843842606

Holton, A. (2011) An obscured tradition: the sonnet and its fourteen-line predecessors. Review of English Studies, 62 (255). pp. 373-392. ISSN 1471-6968 doi: 10.1093/res/hgq109

Holton, A. and MacFaul, T., eds. (2011) Tottel's Miscellany: songs and sonnets of Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, Sir Thomas Wyatt and others. Penguin, London, pp549. ISBN 9780141192048

Lawrence-Mathers, A. (2011) The Augustinians in Northumbria: region, tradition and textuality in a colonizing order. In: Burton, J. and Stober, K. (eds.) The Regular Canons in the Medieval British Isles. Brepols, Turnhout, Belgium, pp. 59-78. ISBN 9782503532486

Le Saux, F. (2011) Temps, memoire et monstres: le monde arthurien de Culhwch et Olwen. In: Girbea, C., Popescu, A. and Voicu, M. (eds.) Temps et memoire dans la litterature arthurienne. Medievalia (2). Editura universatii bucuresti, Bucarest, pp. 282-289.

Leglu, C. (2011) Antoine de La Sale's 'La Sale': the cannonball and the prince's head. French Studies, 65 (2). pp. 143-155. ISSN 1468-2931 doi: 10.1093/fs/knq252

Leglu, C. (2011) L’amant tenu par la bride : Itinéraires d'un motif courtois chez Gaucelm Faidit et sur un coffret limousin. In: de Goustine, L. (ed.) Gaucelm Faidit: amours, voyages et débats. Cahiers de Carrefour Ventadour. Carrefour Ventadour, Moutiers-Ventadour, France, pp. 149-166. ISBN 9782916622040

Nasti, P. (2011) 'Vocabuli d'autori e di scienze e di libri' (Conv. II xii 5): ercorsi sapienziali di Dante. In: Ledda, G. (ed.) La Bibbia di Dante: Esperienza mistica, profezia e teologia biblica in Dante. Quaderni della sezione studi e ricerche. Centro Dantesco Onlus, Ravenna, pp. 121-178. ISBN 9788889501047

Rist, R. (2011) Pope Gregory IX and the grant of indulgences for military campaigns in Europe in the 1230s: a study in Papal rhetoric. Crusades , 10. pp. 79-102. ISSN 1476-5276

Rist, R. A. C. (2011) The Baltic Crusades (eleventh to fifteenth centuries). In: Martel, G. (ed.) The Encyclopedia of War. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 231-237. ISBN 9781444338232 doi: 10.1002/9781444338232.wbeow057

2010

Byrne, A. (2010) The intruder at the feast: negotiating boundaries in Medieval insular romance. Arthurian Literature, 27. pp. 33-57. ISSN 0261–9946

Hardman, P. (2010) Domestic learning and teaching: investigating evidence for the role of 'household miscellanies' in late-medieval England. In: Lawrence-Mathers, A. and Hardman, P. (eds.) Women and writing c.1340-c.1650: the domestication of print culture. Manuscript culture in the British Isles. York Medieval Press, UK, pp. 15-33. ISBN 9781903153321

Hardman, P. and Ailes, M. (2010) Crusading, chivalry and the Saracen world in insular romance. In: Field, R., Hardman, P. and Sweeney, M. (eds.) Christianity and romance in medieval England. Boydell & Brewer, Cambridge, pp. 45-65. ISBN 9781843842194

Lawrence-Mathers, A. (2010) Domesticating the calendar: the hours and the almanac in Tudor England. In: Lawrence-Mathers, A. and Hardman, P. (eds.) Women and Writing c1340-c1650; the Domestication of Print Culture. Manuscript Culture in the British Isles. York Medieval Press (with Boydell & Brewer), York, pp. 34-61. ISBN 9781903153321

Lawrence-Mathers, A. (2010) Introduction. In: Lawrence-Mathers, A. and Hardman, P. (eds.) Women and Writing c1340-c1650; the Domestication of Print Culture. Manuscript Culture in the British Isles. York Medieval Press (with Boydell & Brewer), York, pp. 1-14. ISBN 9781903153321

Lawrence-Mathers, A. and Hardman, P. M., eds. (2010) Women and writing c1340-c1650; the domestication of print culture. Manuscript Culture in the British Isles, 2. York Medieval Press (in association with the Boydell Press), Woodbridge, Rochester NY, and York, pp238. ISBN 9781903153321

Rist, R. A. (2010) Introduction to special issue: crusading and state building in the central middle ages. Reading Medieval Studies, 36. pp. 1-6. ISSN 0950-3129

2009

Holton, A. and MacFaul, T. (2009) Ruth in Surrey’s 'Windsor Elegy'. Notes and Queries, 56 (1). pp. 29-33. ISSN 1471-6941 doi: 10.1093/notesj/gjn233

Leglu, C. and Le Saux, F. (2009) Reading medieval studies. Reading Medieval Studies, 35. University of Reading, Reading.

2008

Holton, A. (2008) Resistance, regard and rewriting: Virginia Woolf and Anne Thackeray Ritchie. English, 57 (217). pp. 42-64. ISSN 1756-1124 doi: 10.1093/english/efn009

Holton, A. (2008) Which Bible did Chaucer use? The biblical tragedies in the Monk’s Tale. Notes and Queries, 55 (1). pp. 13-17. ISSN 1471-6941 doi: 10.1093/notesj/gjm262

Holton, A. (2008) The sources of Chaucer's poetics. Ashgate, Aldershot, pp178. ISBN 9780754663942

Le Saux, F. (2008) "Gloser La Lettre": identity and power in the poetry of Marie de France. In: Kennedy, R. and Meecham-Jones, S. (eds.) Writers of the reign of Henry II: twelve essays. The New Middle Ages. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 205-219. ISBN 9781403966445

Le Saux, F. (2008) Guillaume l'illegitime? La batardise de Guillaume de Conquerant dans le Roman de Rou de Wace. In: Legros, H. (ed.) Guillaume le Conquérant face aux défis. Paradigme, Orleans, pp. 149-163. ISBN 9782868782731

Le Saux, F. (2008) "La geste des trois fils Guillaume?" Henry I in Wace's Roman de Rou. In: Ailes, M., Le Saux, F. and Lawrence, A. (eds.) Medieval historical discourses: essays in honour of Professor Peter S. Noble. Reading Medieval Studies, XXXIV. University of Reading, Reading, pp. 191-207. ISBN 9780704998919

Leglu, C. (2008) Languages in conflict in Toulouse: las leys d'amors. Modern Language Review, 103 (2). pp. 383-396. ISSN 0026-7937

Leglu, C. (2008) Maternal consolatio in Antoine de La Sale's reconfort de Madame de Fresne. In: Leglu, C. and Milner, S. (eds.) The erotics of consolation: desire and distance in the late middle ages. The New Middle Ages. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 185-203. ISBN 9781403976192

Leglu, C. (2008) Rebuilding the tower of Babel in Girart de Roussillon. In: Ailes, M., Le Saux, F. and Lawrence, A. (eds.) Medieval historical discourses: essays in honour of Professor Peter S. Noble. Reading Medieval Studies, XXXIV. University of Reading, Reading, pp. 137-152. ISBN 9780704998919

2007

Holton, A. (2007) Chaucer and 'Pronominatio'. Reading Medieval Studies, 33. pp. 69-86. ISSN 0950-3129

Rist, R. A. C. (2007) The Crusades. In: Dale, A. (ed.) Crusades : authors & audiences. History Teachers' Association of NSW, pp. 66-77. ISBN 9780858543782

2006

Kallendorf, C., Tucker, G.H., Galland-Hallyn, P., Wiegand, H., Iurilli, A. and Pascual Barea, J. (2006) Acta conventus neo-Latini Bonnensis: proceedings of the twelfth international congress of neo-Latin studies (Bonn 2003). Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Tempe, AZ, pp906. ISBN 9780866983600

Le Saux, F. (2006) Wace as hagiographer. In: Burgess, G.S. and Weiss, J. (eds.) Maistre Wace - a celebration. Jersiase, St. Helier, pp. 139-148. ISBN 090189740 x

Tucker, G.H. (2006) Neo-Latin literary monuments to Renaissance Rome and the papacy 1553-1557: Janus Vitalis, Joachim du Bellay and Lelio Capilupi. In: Kallendorf, C., Tucker, H., Galand-Hallyn, P., Wiegand, H., Iurilli, A. and Pascual Barea, P. (eds.) Acta conventus neo-Latini Bonnensis: proceedings of the twelfth international congress of neo-Latin studies (Bonn 2003). Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Tempe, pp. 81-20. ISBN 9780866983600

2005

Le Saux, F. (2005) A companion to Wace. Boydell & Brewer, Woodbridge, pp314. ISBN 9781843840435

Le Saux, F. (2005) The reception of the matter of Britain in thirteenth-century England: a study of some Anglo-Norman manuscripts of Wace's Roman de Brut. In: Prestwich, M., Britnell, R. and Frame, R. (eds.) Thirteenth century England X: proceedings of the Durham conference, 2003. Boydell and Brewer, Woodbridge, pp. 131-146. ISBN 9781843831228

2004

Le Saux, F. (2004) On capitalization in some early manuscripts of Wace's Roman de Brut. In: Wheeler, B. (ed.) Arthurian studies in honour of P.J.C. Field. Arthurian Studies. D.S. Brewer, Woodbridge, pp. 29-47. ISBN 9781843840138

Le Saux, F. (2004) War and knighthood in Christine de Pizan's 'Livre des fait d'armes et de chevallerie'. In: Le Saux, F., Saunders, C. and Thomas, N. (eds.) Writing war: medieval literary responses to warfare. D.S. Brewer, Woodbridge, pp. 93-105. ISBN 9780859918435

Le Saux, F., Saunders, C. and Thomas, N. (2004) Writing war: medieval literary responses to warfare. D.S. Brewer, Woodbridge, pp246. ISBN 9780859918435

2003

Le Saux, F. (2003) Un monde sans fenêtres? De l’Historia Regum Britanniae au Brut de Layamon. In: Connohie-Bourgne, C. (ed.) Par la fenestre: études de littérature et de civilisation médiévales. Publications de l'Université de Provence, Provence, pp. 295-305. ISBN 9782853995291

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Bell, A. R., Brooks, C. and Moore, T. K. (2014) The credit relationship between Henry III and merchants of Douai and Ypres, 1247-70. Economic History Review, 67 (1). pp. 123-145. ISSN 1468-0289 doi: 10.1111/1468-0289.12013

Bell, A., Brooks, C. and Markham, T. (2013) The performance of football club managers: skill or luck? Economics & Finance Research , 1 (1). pp. 19-30. ISSN 2164-9480 doi: 10.1080/21649480.2013.768829

Bell, A., Brooks, C. and Markham, T. (2013) Does managerial turnover affect football club share prices? Aestimatio, the IEB International Journal of Finance, 7. 02-21. ISSN 2173-0164

Bell, A. R. and Dale, R. S. (2011) The Medieval pilgrimage business. Enterprise and Society, 12 (3). pp. 601-627. ISSN 1467-2235 doi: 10.1093/es/khr014

Bell, A. R., Brooks, C., Matthews, D. and Sutcliffe, C. (2011) Over the moon or sick as a parrot? The effects of football results on a club's share price. Applied Economics, 44 (26). pp. 3435-3452. ISSN 1466-4283 doi: 10.1080/00036846.2011.577017

Curry, A., Bell, A. R., King, A. and Simpkin, D. (2010) New regime, new army? Henry IV's Scottish expedition of 1400. The English Historical Review, CXXV (517). pp. 1382-1413. ISSN 0013-8266 doi: 10.1093/ehr/ceq343

Bell, A. and Sutcliffe, C. (2010) Valuing medieval annuities: were corrodies underpriced? Explorations in Economic History, 47 (2). pp. 142-157. ISSN 0014-4983 doi: 10.1016/j.eeh.2009.07.002

Bell, A. R., Brooks, C. and Moore, T. K. (2009) Interest in Medieval accounts: examples from England, 1272-1340. History, 94 (316). pp. 411-433. ISSN 1468-229X doi: 10.1111/j.1468-229X.2009.00464.x

Bell, A. R., Brooks, C. and Dryburgh, P. R. (2007) Interest rates and efficiency in medieval wool forward contracts. Journal of Banking & Finance, 31 (2). pp. 361-380. ISSN 0378-4266 doi: 10.1016/j.jbankfin.2006.04.006

Bell, A. R., Brooks, C. and Dryburgh, P. R. (2006) ‘Leger est aprendre mes fort est arendre’: wool, debt, and the dispersal of Pipewell Abbey (1280-1330). Journal of Medieval History, 32 (3). pp. 187-211. ISSN 0304-4181 doi: 10.1016/j.jmedhist.2006.07.001

Bell, A. R., Brooks, C. and Dryburgh, P. (2004) Modern finance in the Middle Ages? Advance contracts with Cistercian abbeys for the supply of wool c. 1270-1330: a summary of findings. Cîteaux: Commentarii cistercienses, 55 (3-4). pp. 339-343. ISSN 0009-7497

Book or Report Section

Bell, A., Brooks, C. and Moore, T. (2017) The non-use of money in the Middle Ages. In: Mayhew, N. (ed.) Peter Spufford's Money and its Use in Medieval Europe - Twenty-five Years On. Royal Numismatic Society Special Publication (52). Royal Numismatic Society , pp. 137-151. ISBN 0901405698

Gibbs, S. and Bell, A. R. (2016) Fighting merchants. In: Allen, M. and Davies, M. (eds.) Medieval merchants and money: essays in honour of James L. Bolton. Institute of Historical Research , London, pp. 93-112. ISBN 9781909646162

Bell, A., Brooks, C. and Moore, T. (2013) Medieval foreign exchange: a time series analysis. In: Casson, M. and Hashimzade, N. (eds.) Large Databases in Economic History: Research Methods and Case Studies. Routledge Explorations in Economic History. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 97-123. ISBN 9780415820684

Bell, A., Curry, A., Chapman, A., King, A. and Simpkin, D. (2013) The soldier in later Medieval England : an online database. In: Villalon, A. L.J. and Kagay, D. J. (eds.) The Hundred Years War (Part III) : further considerations. History of Warfare. Brill, Leiden, pp. 19-48. ISBN 9789004245648

Bell, A. R. (2011) The soldier, 'hadde he riden, no man ferre'. In: Bell, A. R., Curry, A., Chapman, A., King, A. and Simpkin, D. (eds.) The Soldier Experience in the Fourteenth Century. Warfare in History. Boydell and Brewer, pp. 209-218. ISBN 9781843836742

Bell, A. (2011) English members of Philippe de Mézières' Order of the Passion. In: Blumenfeld-Kosinski, R. and Petkov, K. (eds.) Philippe de Mézières and his Age: Piety and Politics in the Fourteenth Century. The Medieval Mediterranean (91). Brill. ISBN 9789004211131

Bell, A. R., Brooks, C. and Moore, T. K. (2011) Credit finance in thirteenth-century England: the Ricciardi of Lucca and Edward I, 1272-1294. In: Burton, J., Lachaud, F., Schofield, P., Stöber, K. and Weiler, B. (eds.) Thirteenth-century England XIII: proceedings of the Paris conference, 2009. Thirteenth-century England (13). Boydell and Brewer, Woodbridge, pp. 101-116. ISBN 9781843836186

Bell, A. R. (2010) Medieval chroniclers as war correspondents during the Hundred Years War: the earl of Arundel's naval campaign of 1387. In: Given-Wilson, C. (ed.) Fourteenth Century England. Fourteenth Century England, VI. Boydell and Brewer, Woodbridge, pp. 171-184. ISBN 9781843835301

Curry, A., Bell, A., Chapman, A., King, A. and Simpkin, D. (2010) Languages in the military profession in later Medieval England. In: Ingham, R. (ed.) The Anglo-Norman language and its contexts. Boydell and Brewer, Woodbridge, pp. 74-93. ISBN 9781903153307

Bell, A. R. (2008) The fourteenth-century soldier: more Chaucer's knight or medieval career? In: France, J. (ed.) Mercenaries and Paid Men: the Mercenary Identity in the Middle Ages. History of Warfare (47). Brill, pp. 301-315. ISBN 9789004164475

Conference or Workshop Item

Bell, A., Brooks, C. and Moore, T. (2015) Le credit au Moyen Age: les prets a la couronne D'Angleterre entre 1272 et 1345. In: Resources publiques et contstruction étatique en Europe XIII-XVIII siecle, 2-3 July 2012, Colloque organise par l'IGPDE avec l'Université Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne et ses laboratoires (IDHE, LAMOP, EA 127, SAMM) et le laboratoire d'excellence ReFi (heSam), pp. 117-130. (Colloque des 2 et 3 juillet 2012 sous la direction de Katia Beguin)

Book

Bell, A. R., Curry, A., King, A. and Simpkin, D. (2013) The soldier in later medieval England. Oxford University Press , Oxford, pp360. ISBN 9780199680825

Bell, A., Brooks, C. and Prokopczuk, M., eds. (2013) Handbook of research methods and applications in empirical finance. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp512. ISBN 9780857936080

Bell, A. R., Curry, A., Chapman, A., King, A. and Simpkin, D., eds. (2011) The soldier experience in the fourteenth century. Warfare in History. Boydell and Brewer, pp224. ISBN 9781843836742

Curry, A. and Bell, A. R., eds. (2011) Soldiers, weapons & armies in the fifteenth century. Journal of Medieval Military History, 9. Boydell and Brewer, pp212. ISBN 9781843836681

Curry, A. and Bell, A., eds. (2011) Waging war in the fourteenth century. Journal of Medieval History, 37 (3). Elsevier.

Bell, A., Brooks, C. and Moore, A. (2009) Accounts of the English Crown with Italian merchant societies, 1272-1345. Standard List, 331. The List and Index Society, Kew, pp306. ISBN 9781906875183

Bell, A. R., Brooks, C. and Dryburgh, P. R. (2007) The English wool market, c.1230-1327. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp214. ISBN 9780521859417

Bell, A., Brooks, C. and Dryburgh, P. R. (2006) Advance contracts for sale of wool c.1200-c.1327. List and Index Society, 315. List and Index Society, Kew, pp244.

Bell, A. R. (2004) War and the soldier in the fourteenth century. Warfare in history. Boydell & Brewer, Woodbridge, pp256. ISBN 9781843831037

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